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3.1.1

Boundary:

Around both pumps and include the soil at the end of the pipes.

Its an open system.

Its at steady-state except at startup (note system boundary limits fluid), or

if fluid enters, unsteady state.

3.1.2

(1)

period of time

(2)

batch material is injected into the system, and then in a short period

of time, a reaction occurs with the system valves closed.

(a)

open if you have to replace water, and water evaporates; otherwise closed

(b)

open

3.1.3

3.1.4

If the overall flows in and out over a time period for several batches are

considered, and the local batches ignore, the process can be treated as continuous.

3.1.5

a) closed

b)open

c)open

d)closed

31

Solutions Chapter 3

3.1.6

Open System

Closed System

Steady-State

Unsteady State

a)

b)

c)

X (Before filling)

d)

X (After filling)

X (After filling)

X (Before Filling)

3.1.7

system

contains

ice + H2O

Ice

boundary

boundary

(c)

b

open

assume water (melted ice) leaves the system

a

flow

b

closed

assume water stays in sytem because the ice and water

a

batch

remain on melting

3.1.8

F1

F

2

unsteady state

open

P

unsteady state

open

steady state

open

(a)

(b)

(c)

32

Solutions Chapter 3

3.1.9

(a)

(b)

(c)

(d)

(e)

(f)

(g)

1.

x

x

2.

x

x

____________________________________________________

3.

x

x

4.

Depends on the time period considered

____________________________________________________

5.

x

x

6.

x

x

x

____________________________________________________

7.

x

x

3.1.10

If the overall flows in and out over a time period for several batches are

considered, and the local batches ignore, the process can be treated as continuous.

3.1.11

Basis: 1 minute

Accumulation (kg)

mfinal 0

In (kg)

= 300 + 100

Out (kg)

380

n final = 20 kg

20 kg 60 min

= 1200 kg

min 1 hr

3.1.12

Accumulation (kg)

n final 0

In (kg)

= 100 + 500

Out (kg)

300

would remain

33

Solutions Chapter 3

3.1.13

(c)

27.0 g

3.1.14

Based on the process measurements, there are 5,000 lb/h more flow for the

process leaving the heat exchanger than the feed rate to the heat exchanger; therefore, the

material balance for the process fluid does not close. The reason for this discrepancy

could be faulty flow sensor readings or possibly a leak of the condensate or steam into the

process stream.

3.1.15

In

2.5 106

Out

404 103

228 103

152 103

101 103

67 103

36 103

100 103

1190 103

2,278 103

Reasons:

(2) Some of the material formed gases that were exhausted to atmosphere

(such as H2O, CO2).

(3) errors in measurement.

(4) Some process streams are not shown.

34

Solutions Chapter 3

3.1.16

In = 250,000 ton/yr.

In (ton/yr)

250,000

Out (ton/yr)

Combustibles

Combustibles

Polyethylene

Polystyrene

PVC

Acrylonitorile

DB

Phenol

Acetone

Rubber

LPG

Aromatics

Total

3,800

39,500

30,000

5,000

40,000

20,000

8,000

10,000

5,750

10,000

24,000

48,000

244,050

3.1.17

Basis: 1 week

in (tons) = 920 + 0.6 = 920.6

out (tons) = 3.8 + 620 + 0.01 + 0.01 + 0.08 + 1.1 + 275 + 20 = 920

Yes

35

Solutions Chapter 3

3.1.18

Basis: 62 kg silicon

The system is the melt, and there is no generation or consumption. Let mt be the

accumulation.

Accumulation

mt

Input

0

Output

0.5(62 kg)

m t = 31 kg

2.4 g (17.5cm)2 0.3 cm t min 1

= (62,000 g)

cm3

4

min

2

t = 179min

3.1.19

Basis: 1 hr

Overall material balance (kg): 13,500 + 26,300 ? 39,800

Yes. The balance is satisfied

NaC1 balance: 0.25 (13,500) + 0.05 (26,300) ? 0.118 (39,800)

4690 4696

The balance is closely satisfied but not exactly.

The closure is good for industrial practice.

36

Solutions Chapter 3

3.1.20

Basis: 1 hour

The overall material balance is

In (lb)

106,000

Out (lb)

74,000 + 34,000 = 108,000

The error in the overall material balance is 2000 lb/h or 1.9%; therefore, the overall

material balance is within the expected error for industrial flow sensors.

Propylene balance:

74,200 ? 73,778 + 3,400 = 77,178 (3.8% error)

Propane balance:

31,800 ? 222 + 30,600 = 30,622 (3.8% error)

Note that the relative error for the component balances are twice as large as the relative

error for the overall material balance, indicating that there is additional error in the

composition measurements used for the component balances.

3.1.21

The system is the thickener (an open system). No accumulation, generation, or

consumption occur. The total mass balance is

In

Out

=

100 kg

70 kg + kg of water

3.2.1

(a)

(b)

(c)

(d)

Insulation, air and what is in the atmosphere.

Yes (cold water in, hot water out)

Yes

37

Solutions Chapter 3

3.2.2

0.20F1 + 0F2

+ 0.30F 3 = 0.10P

Total balance F1 + F2 +F3 = P

Only 3 of the equations are independent.

3.2.3

a)

Unknown: three stream values F, P, W (plus two compositions if you take into

account all of the variables).

b)

The two known compositions are not given but may be calculated from xi = 1,

c)

Two components exist; hence two independent material balances can be written.

The problem cannot be solved unless one stream value is specified.

3.2.4

(a)

The rank of the coefficient matrix is only 1 because the

1 2

det

=0

1 2

The rank of the augmented matrix is 2

1 2 1

Largest non zero det. of

is of order 2

1 2 3

Thus, although the 2 equations are independent and the number of variables is 2

(the necessary conditions), the sufficient conditions are not met.

38

Solutions Chapter 3

x2

x +2x =1

1

2

x + 2x = 3

1

2

x1

(b)

x2

No; 2 solutions

x1

x1 + x 2 = 1

Two solutions exist as can be seen from the plot hence no unique solution exists.

3.2.5

quantities is 3, hence a unique solution is possible.

3.2.6

a)

No for both

1 1 1

1 2 3 rank of coefficient matrix is2.

3 5 7 rank of augmented matrix is2.

r = 2, n = 3

b)

1 0 1

5 4 9 3d column issum of1st two columns,so rank is2.

2 4 6 rank of augmented matrix is2, also.

r = 2, n = 3

39

Solutions Chapter 3

3.2.7

(a) F; (b) F; (c) F (the maximum can be more than the number of independent

equations).

3.2.8

P = 16 kg

F = 10 kg

F1= 0.10

F2= ?

F3= 0 (assumed)

P1= 0.175

P2= ?

P3= ?

A = 6 kg

A1= 0.30

A2= ?

A3= 0.20

Equations:

Mass balances:

(1):

F(0.10) + A(0.30) = P(0.175)

or

10(0.10) + 6(0.30) = 16(0.175)

(2):

F ( 2 F ) + A ( 2 A ) = P ( 2 P )

or

10 ( 2 F ) +6 ( 2 A ) = 16 ( 2 P )

(3):

F(0)

+A(0.20) = P ( 2 P )

or

10(0)

+ 6(0.20) = 16 ( 2 P )

redundant

2 F , 2 A , 2 P ,3P

10

6 -16 0

0 -0 16

coeff. matrix

Two independent material balances exist (the rank of the coefficient matrix is 2).

In addition three sum of mole fraction equations exist. The total number of equations is

5, hence the degrees of freedom = -1. The problem is overspecified, and will require at

least squares solution.

310

Solutions Chapter 3

3.2.9

Examine the row of C3H8. None of the concentrations are greater than the desired

50% so 50% is not achievable by any combination of A, B, or C. Or look at the CH4 row.

3.2.10

A

x1

Basis: D =100 lb

B

x2

C

x3

0 M 1.4

5.0 0

90.0 10.0 0 M 31.2

0

0 12.0 M 14

No unique solution exists with 5 equations and 4 variables. A least squares solution

could be determined, or the 4 equations with the most accurate data solved.

The rank of the coefficient matrix is 3

The rank of the augmented matrix is 4

Hence no unique solution exists.

3.2.11

You can see by inspection that no combination of tanks 1,2 and 3 will give a mole

fraction of 0.52 for the mixture.

Basis: 2.50 mol of tank 4

Let xi = be the total moles of tank i

The balances are

0.36x1 + 0.33x2 + 0.27x3 = 0.23(2.5) = 0.575

0.41x1 + 0.47x2 + 0.19x3 = 0.52(2.5) = 1.300

The coefficient matrix has a rank of 3 as does the augmented matrix so the set of

equations has a solution. However, the solution is

x1 = 4.00

x 2 = 6.36

x 3 = 0.327

The values of x1and x3 are not physically realizable!

311

Solutions Chapter 3

3.2.12

Number of unknowns:

F, W, P and 9 compositions:

Equations

W

Specifications: x CF

=0

Sum of mole fractions = 1

Material balances (3 species)

12

1

3

3

Degrees of freedom =

7

5

You can make any set of measurements that results in independent equations (assuming

equal accuracy). For example, you cannot use all the flows, or all the compositions in

one stream, as the resulting set of material balances will not consist of 5 independent

balances, but a lesser number.

3.2.13

Unknowns: 5 compounds 5 streams plus 5 streams =

30

Equations: Specifications:

Concentrations not shown in diagram assumed

to be zero

8

Concentrations with % given

7

E = 11 kg

1

Material balances: 5

5

Implicit equations ( i = 1)

5

26

a.

b.

No.

312

Solutions Chapter 3

3.2.14a

a.

b.

The remaining gas is 100% minus the N2, and was put on the figure as R.

c.

d.

Unknowns: A, B, C

Equations: N2 and R material balances

Basis = A = 100 mol

Note: You could treat the values of R as unknowns in each stream,

and then there would be 3 more unknowns and 3 more independent

equations ( x i = 1 or mi = total mass flow i )

e. & f. N2:

R:

100(0.10) + B(0.70) = C(0.35)

Total:

100 + B

=C

Two of the above equations are independent

g.

Solution:

B = 71.4 mol

C = 171.4 mol

A

100

=

= 1.40

B

71.4

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Solutions Chapter 3

3.2.14b

a.

DT = dry timber

b.

c.

Basis: F = 100 kg

d.

Unknowns: F, W, P

OR

Equations:

Basis: F = 100 kg

Material Balances: Water, DT

(total); 2 independent

Degrees of freedom = 0

H2 OP , H2 OW

Equations:

F = 100 kg

Material Balances: Water, DT,

(total); 2 independent

Specifications: 3 for water

Implicit equations: 3 of i = 1

Degrees of freedom = 0

e.&f. Introducing the specifications and basis into the material balances:

Water: (0.201)100 = (1)W + (0.086)P

DT:

(0.80) 100 = 0

+ (0.914)P a tie element

Total:

100 = W + P

g.

W = 12.5 kg

P = 87.5 kg

W 12.5 kg

=

= 0.125kg/kg

F

100 kg

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Solutions Chapter 3

3.2.14c

a. & b.

A N2 1.00

mol. fr.

N2 0.70

CH4 0.30

1.00

d.

CH4 n CH 4

C 2H 6 n C 2 H 6

N2

n

N2

c.

or

N2

C 2H 6

0.90

0.10

1.00

=P

x CH 4

x C2 H 6

x N2

=1.00

Unknowns:

Assume all of the variables except those that are specified as zero are

included in the analysis.

F

A

P

B

stream variable

1

1

1

1

4

+

component variables

2

1

3

2

8

=

12

Equations:

Basis:

Material balances:

N2, CH4, C2H6

Specified ratio: n CH4 /n C2H6 = 1.3

Specified values of n: 2 + 1 + 0 + 2 =

Implicit equations ( xi = 1 in P)

(Note: the implicit equations of streams

F, A, and B are redundant with the

specifications)

Total

Degrees of freedom =

1

3

1

5

1

11

1

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Solutions Chapter 3

3.2.15

Here are some possibilities. Consult the tables at the end of the Chapter for more

suggestions.

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

8.

9.

10.

11.

12.

Draw a simple diagram of what was happening?

Think about what was going into the tank and what was coming out?

Imagine yourself inside the tank, and ask what was going on around you?

Ask whether there were any physical laws to consider (such as conservation

of matter or energy)?

Try to imagine the answer as a number, graph, table, or whatever?

Try to identify essential variables?

Choose a notation?

Look for a ready-made formula for the answer?

Look for simplifying assumptions?

Try to find an easier version of the problem?

Look for bounds (simple models that would definitely underestimate

or overestimate the answer)?

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