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The designated contextual analysis for this test was the response between sodium hydroxide and

ethylacetate that deliver sodium acetate and ethylalcohol.

NaOH + EtOAc

NaOAc + EtOH

This study is one of the arrangements of tests to be done to study the behavior of a CSTR and
shape one for the required changes determined. Hence, past analyses information is obliged and
our perception and results for the present one will be profoundly relying upon the consequences
of the three past labs. These are the hypothesis and data acquired from each of these three
investigations:

The goal of lab one was to adjust two peristaltic pumps. The pumps have a scope of rate settings
that control the volumetric stream rate (Q). In this test the most dependable scope of these
settings as for the exploratory gap of the pumps in deciding flow rate will be resolved. The
analysis will likewise secure a connection between the pump settings and the volumetric stream
rate (Q). The main Limitation for this analysis is the time (2 hours) since the material we were
utilizing was water.
Result from first lab Calibration of Peristaltic Pumps:

Q A (% setting) QA QA

L
min

, in

Q B (% setting) QB QB

, in

L
min

This is the parameters:


Left Pump: Q1=121.35[+/-6.276] (% setting) 0.984[+/- 3.610]

---------- (1)

Right Pump: Q2=85.69[+/-0.693] (% setting) 14.32[+/-0.367] ------- (2)


The aim of Lab 2 was to focus the viability of a mixed tank blending device under nonresponsive conditions. Every run is to be done at distinctive percent settings, the setting will be
as flow 30%, 55%, 80% with baffles and 55% without baffles. In this framework, there are two
principle parts in the blending tank, which are the impellers and the baffles. The effect of baffles
on the blending adequacy is additionally finished up and analyzed. The imperatives for this trial
are the restricted measure of time, two hours and one of the materials (4L of vinegar). For the
two pumps, the most dependable settings for the right and left peristaltic pumps were determined
in test one. The pump reservoirs was loaded with the prearranged quantity of mouthwash, Then
utilizing a funnel, we filled the blending tank with the predetermined sum of vinegar. We set the
peristaltic pumps dials and the blending force dials to the selected rates and turn the pumps and
blender on. In the meantime, we began the data procurement software and start recording the
conductivity versus time data. At the point when the conductivity versus time diagram drew
closer zero, the run was finished. At that point we depleted the blending tank into the 1000 mL

drained

cylinder to tentatively gauge the volume of liquid in the tank. This volume is called V
during calculations. This is revised for each of the four settings, incorporating the setting with no
baffles.
Result from the second lab, Assessment of Mixing Effectiveness:

For a CSTR flow reactor the perfect mixing was found to be for stirrer setting of 80%.
Volume as a function of the stirrer setting is:
V(stirrer, RPM) V V
.
V = 1087mL [+/- 5.0].
The goal of lab 3 is to focus the energy for the fluid phase "irreversible reaction". Were the
response is between sodium hydroxide (NaOH) and ethyl acetate (EtOAc) in fluid solution for
produce sodium acetate (NaOAc) and ethyl alcohol (EtOH)

NaOH + EtOAc

rA kC A C B

NaOAc + EtOH

The kinetics will be found by using the rate law equation:

K is the overall reaction rate


and are the reaction orders.
Result from the third lab:
The kinetics of this reaction was determined:
K= 1.39
Alpha = 1.0
Beta = 1.4

Since the response for the analysis is the same as the response that was utilized as a part of the
third lab, the same energy will be utilized. Also the left pump will deliver the reactor with
reactant A (NaOH) which will have the stream rate of (Q1), and the right pump will give the
reactor reactant B (EtOAc) which will have a flow rate of (Q2).

The primary phase of this lap will comprises of outlining the working conditions at an
unfaltering state production for a given transformation level. The CSTR design appraisal must be
utilized:

C AIN ( X A X AIN )

k (T ) C AIN

V
QT

(1 X A ) ( B X A )
(3)

Where:

(4)

Q =Q +Q

(5)

Q A C Ao
QB C B0
(6)

Q A C Ao
C
Q A QB
o
A

(7)

The data acquisition software records the conductivity of the response in the CSTR as a
component of time. So if a particular change is obliged an aggregate volume from the chart is to
be picked and as per this aggregate volume (theta B) and the (conductivity) will be perused from
the Matlab information.
Putting the value of (theta B) in eq #6 and solve it for Q1, then substitute the value of Q1
QT=Q2+Q1 now solve for Q2, once you have the value of Q2 now back calculate the
value of Q1 from eq #5.
Since the value of Q1 and Q2 are both obtained the calculation of the % setting of each
pump can be performed from lab 1 as follow:
Q1=1.0857[+/-.0167] (% setting) 28.19[+/-1.153]
Plug the value of Q1 and solve this equation for pump setting for pump 1.
Similarly for Q2 use
Q2=1.0538[+/-0.0161] (% setting) 11.558[+/-1.1103]

and solve it to get the pump

setting for pump 2.


The framework for this test is considered to be (Continuous Stir Tank Reactor) then
system was demonstrated by these following equations:

dN A
FAIN FAOUT rAV
dt

(8)

dN B
FBIN FBOUT rBV
dt

(9)

Where A and B represent the two reactants in the reaction:


A+B

PRODUCTS

This reaction is a liquid phase reaction and can be presumed to be an irretrievable, also has no
catalytic effects, so these simplifications can be made:

dC A QT IN

C A C A rA
dt
V

dC B QT IN

C B C B rB
dt
V

rA kCA C B

With:

(10)

(11)