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Design of a Continuous Distillation Column for a Multi Component Mixture

Design of a Continuous Distillation Column for a Multi Component Mixture

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Separation of multicomponent mixtures is very hard and expensive method in industry. For high purity products and high percentage recovery, continuous distillation columns are used.
In this study, a saturated vapor mixture which has 5 different components is tried to be separated and with the help of assumptions, simplifications the plate type distillation column design methods is tried to be explored.
In this report you can find the information about shortcut design in ideal and real calculations, using the SRK model. The necessary assumptions were done for both real and ideal calculations, and with the help of Fenske, Underwood and Kirkbridge equations, the number of plates were found.

Separation of multicomponent mixtures is very hard and expensive method in industry. For high purity products and high percentage recovery, continuous distillation columns are used.
In this study, a saturated vapor mixture which has 5 different components is tried to be separated and with the help of assumptions, simplifications the plate type distillation column design methods is tried to be explored.
In this report you can find the information about shortcut design in ideal and real calculations, using the SRK model. The necessary assumptions were done for both real and ideal calculations, and with the help of Fenske, Underwood and Kirkbridge equations, the number of plates were found.

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 SUMMARY 
 
Separation of multicomponent mixtures is very hard and expensive method inindustry. For high purity products and high percentage recovery, continuous distillationcolumns are used.In this study, a saturated vapor mixture which has 5 different components is tried to beseparated and with the help of assumptions, simplifications the plate type distillation columndesign methods is tried to be explored.In this report you can find the information about shortcut design in ideal and realcalculations, using the SRK model. The necessary assumptions were done for both real andideal calculations, and with the help of Fenske, Underwood and Kirkbridge equations, thenumber of plates were found.
 
 
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 Summary
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1.0 Introduction
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2.0 Results
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2.1 Ideal System
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2.2 Real System (Non-Ideal)
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3.0 Discussion and Conclusion
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4.0 Nomenclature
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5.0 References
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 6.0 Appendix
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6.1 Ideal System
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6.2 Real System (Non-Ideal)
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