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Steam and dry air are fed at known flow rates and mixed to form a gas stream with a known water con

recorded; the flow rate of either the water or the air is changed to produce a stream with a different w

recorded and so on. The following data are taken:

Mass

Fraction of

Water, y

0.011

0.044

0.083

0.126

0.17

Hygrometer

Reading, R.

5

20

40

60

80

Calibration Curve

90

80

70

60

Calibration Curve

50

40

30

20

10

0

0

0.08

0.1

0.18

(b) Suppose a sample of a stack gas is inserted in the sample chamber of the hygrometer and a readin

flow rate of the stack gas is 1200 kg/h, what is the mass flow rate of water vapor in the gas?

y = 0.0021 R

If R = 43 what is y?

y = 0.0021*43

y = 0.0903

mass flow rate of vapor in the gas is:

108.36

tream, is to be calibrated

roduce a stream with a different water content and the new reading is

y = 0.0021 R

Calibration Curve

Linear (Calibration Curve)

water vapor in the gas?

SUMMARY OUTPUT

Regression Statistics

Multiple R

0.9997912573

R Square

0.9995825581

Adjusted R Square

0.9994434108

Standard Error

0.0014944649

Observations

5

ANOVA

df

Regression

Residual

Total

SS

MS

F

1 0.0160440997 0.0160440997 7183.62906617

3 6.700276E-006 2.233425E-006

4

0.0160508

Coefficients

Standard Error

t Stat

P-value

0.0004848066 0.0012181169 0.3979967891 0.7172630512

0.0021052486 2.483885E-005 84.7562921922 3.620239E-006

Intercept

X Variable 1

RESIDUAL OUTPUT

PROBABILITY OUTPUT

Observation

1

2

3

4

5

Predicted Y

0.0110110497

0.042589779

0.0846947514

0.1267997238

0.1689046961

Residuals

-1.10497E-005

0.001410221

-0.0016947514

-0.0007997238

0.0010953039

Percentile

10

30

50

70

90

X Variable 1

0.002

0.001

Residuals

0

-0.001 0

10

20

-0.002

Significance F

3.620239E-006

X Variable 1

0.2

Lower 95%

Upper 95%

Lower 95.0%

Upper 95.0%

-0.0033917851 0.0043613984 -0.0033917851 0.0043613984

0.0020262003 0.0021842969 0.0020262003 0.0021842969

0.1

0

0

10 20 30 40 50 60

X Variable 1

BILITY OUTPUT

Normal Prob

Y

0.011

0.044

0.083

0.126

0.17

0.2

Y

0.1

0

0

10

20

30

40

Sample

0.002

0.001

als

0

-0.001 0

10

20

30

40

50

60

70

80

90

-0.002

X Variable 1

Y

Predicted Y

Linear (Predicted Y)

10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90

X Variable 1

10

20

30

40

50

60

Sample Percentile

70

80

90

100

2. A process instrument reading, Z(volts), is thought to be related to a process stream flow rate

V(L/s) and pressure P(kPa) by the following expression:

Z = aVbPc

Process data have been obtained in two sets of runs---one with V held constant, the other with P

held constant. The data are as follows:

Point

1

2

3

4

V(L/s)

0.65

1.02

1.75

3.43

P(kPa)

11.2

11.2

11.2

11.2

Z(volts)

2.27

2.58

3.72

5.21

lnZ

lnV

lnP

0.81978 -0.430783 2.415914

0.947789 0.019803 2.415914

1.313724 0.559616 2.415914

1.65058 1.23256 2.415914

5

6

7

1.02

1.02

1.02

9.1

7.6

5.4

3.5

4.19

5.89

1.432701 0.019803 2.028148

1.773256 0.019803 1.686399

(b) Now use a graphical method and all the data to calculate a, b, and c. Comment on why you

would have more confidence in this result than in that of part (a). (Hint: You will need at least

two plots.)

will need at least

ln Z = ln a + blnV + clnP

ln Z = 3.5371 + 0.5165^lnV - 1.0466^lnP

34.36711

Z = 34.36711V0.5165P-1.0466

SUMMARY OUTPUT

Regression Statistics

Multiple R

0.9952054236

R Square

0.9904338352

Adjusted R Square

0.9856507528

Standard Error

0.0415073647

Observations

7

ANOVA

df

Regression

Residual

Total

Intercept

X Variable 1

X Variable 2

2

4

6

SS

0.7135064805

0.0068914453

0.7203979258

MS

0.3567532402

0.0017228613

Coefficients

3.5371210232

0.5165475686

-1.0466377554

Standard Error

0.1385889391

0.0328641812

0.0625996286

t Stat

25.522390502

15.717646062

-16.7195521478

Predicted Y

0.7860145812

1.0187634481

1.2976026237

1.6452104551

1.2360866467

1.4246134931

1.7823012067

Residuals

0.0337652503

-0.0709740491

0.0161210446

0.0053694006

0.0166763218

0.0080872409

-0.0090452091

RESIDUAL OUTPUT

Observation

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

F

Significance F

207.0702006454 9.15115095E-005

P-value

0.000013997

9.57131179E-005

7.49835179E-005

Lower 95%

3.1523364416

0.4253019735

-1.2204421879

PROBABILITY OUTPUT

Percentile

7.1428571429

21.4285714286

35.7142857143

50

64.2857142857

78.5714285714

92.8571428571

Y

0.8197798315

0.9477893989

1.2527629685

1.3137236683

1.4327007339

1.6505798558

1.7732559977

Upper 95%

3.9219056048

0.6077931637

-0.8728333229

Lower 95.0%

3.1523364416

0.4253019735

-1.2204421879

0.05

0

Residuals -0.6 -0.4 -0.2 0

-0.05

0.2

0.4

0.6

0.8

1.2

1.4

-0.1

X Variable 1

Upper 95.0%

3.9219056048

0.6077931637

-0.8728333229

0.05

Residuals

0

1.6

-0.05

1.7

1.8

1.9

2.1

2.2

2.3

2.4

2.5

90

100

-0.1

X Variable 2

2

Y

1

0

0

10

20

30

40

50

60

Sample Percentile

70

80

lot

2

1.2

1.4

Y

-1

Linear (Predicted Y)

-0.5

0.5

1.5

X Variable 1

2

Y

2.4

2.5

Predicted Y

0

1.6 1.7 1.8 1.9 2 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5

X Variable 2

ot

Predicted Y

lot

2.3

90

100

Linear (Predicted Y)

3. A solution containing hazardous waste is charged into a storage tank and subjected to a chemical

treatment that decomposes the waste to harmless products. The concentration of the decomposing

waste, C, has been reported to vary with time according to the formula.

C = 1/(a+bt)

When sufficient time has elapsed for the concentration to drop to 0.01 g/L, the contents of the tank

are discharged into a river that passes by the plant.

The following data are taken for C and t:

t(h)

1

2

3

4

5

C(g/L)

1.43

1.02

0.73

0.53

0.38

a. If the given formula is correct, what plot would yield a straight line that would enable you to

determine the parameters a and b?

Calibration Curve

6

5

4

Calibration Curve

Linear (Calibration Curve)

3

2

1

0

0.2

0.4

0.6

0.8

1.2

1.4

1.6

b. Estimate a and b using the method of least squares (Appendix A.1). Check the goodness of fit by

generating a plot of C versus t that shows both the measured and predicted values of C.

a = 1.595

b = -0.259

c. Using the results of part (b), estimate the initial concentration of the waste in the tank and the

time required for C to reach its discharge level.

When t = 0

C = 1/(a+bt)

C = 1/(1.595 - 0.259*0)

C=

0.6269592476

when C = 0.01 g/L, t = ?

t = (a-(1/C))/b

t= (1.595-(1/0.01))/0.259

t=

-379.9420849

d. You should have very little confidence in the time estimated in part ( c ). Explain why

The value we have for t is -379.942085 so we have little confidence in part c.

cted to a chemical

the decomposing

nable you to

urve

ration Curve)

goodness of fit by

s of C.

ence in part c.

SUMMARY OUTPUT

Regression Statistics

Multiple R

0.9804137374

R Square

0.9612110965

Adjusted R Square

0.948281462

Standard Error

0.0949912277

Observations

5

ANOVA

df

Regression

Residual

Total

1

3

4

SS

MS

F

0.67081

0.67081 74.341706686

0.02707 0.0090233333

0.69788

t Stat

P-value

1.595 0.0996276401 16.009613385 0.0005299827

-0.259 0.0300388637 -8.6221636894 0.0032808106

Intercept

X Variable 1

RESIDUAL OUTPUT

PROBABILITY OUTPUT

Observation

1

2

3

4

5

Predicted Y

1.336

1.077

0.818

0.559

0.3

Residuals

0.094

-0.057

-0.088

-0.029

0.08

Percentile

10

30

50

70

90

X Variable 1 R

0.2

0.1

Residuals

0

0.5

-0.1

1.5

Significance F

0.0032808106

X Variable 1 L

2

Lower 95%

Upper 95%

Lower 95.0% Upper 95.0%

1.2779403849 1.9120596151 1.2779403849 1.9120596151

-0.3545970708 -0.1634029292 -0.3545970708 -0.1634029292

1

0

0.5

1.5

2.5

3.5

X Variable 1

ABILITY OUTPUT

Normal Prob

Y

0.38

0.53

0.73

1.02

1.43

2

Y

1

0

0

10

20

30

40

Sample P

0.2

0.1

uals

0

0.5

-0.1

1.5

2.5

3.5

4.5

5.5

X Variable 1

Y

Predicted Y

1

1.5

2.5

3.5

4.5

5.5

X Variable 1

10

20

30

40

50

60

Sample Percentile

70

80

90

100

4. A published study of chemical reaction. A-----P. indicates that if the reactor initially contains A

at a concentration CAO (g/L) and the reaction temperature, T, is kept constant, then the

concentration of P in the reactor increases with time according to the formula

CP(g/L) = CAO(1-e-kt)

The rate constant, k(s-1), is reportedly a function only of the reaction temperature.

To test this finding, the reaction is run in four different laboratories. The reported experimental

results are given below.

Lab 1

Lab 2

Lab 3

Lab 4

CAO = 4.83 CAO = 12.2 CAO = 5.14 CAO = 3.69

o

t(s)

0

10

20

30

60

120

240

360

480

600

Cp (g/L)

0

0.287

0.594

0.871

1.51

2.62

3.91

4.3

4.62

4.68

0

1.21

2.43

3.38

5.89

8.9

11.2

12.1

12.1

12.2

0

0.31

0.614

0.885

1.64

2.66

3.87

4.61

4.89

5.03

k

0

0.245

0.465

0.67

1.2

2.06

3.03

3.32

3.54

3.59

#DIV/0!

0.006126

0.006561

0.006628

0.006248

0.006515

0.006909

0.006138

0.006532

0.005787

a. What plot would yield a straight line if the given equation is correct?

b. Enter the given data into a spreadsheet. For each data set (Cp versus t), generate the plot of

part (a) and determine the corresponding value of k. (Your spreadsheet program probably has a

built-in function to perform a linear regression on the data in two specified columns.)

c. Use the results in part (b) to come up with a good estimate of the value of k at 275 oC. Explain

how you did it.

d. If you did the calculation in part (b) correctly, one of the calculated values of k should be

considerably out of line with the others. Think of as may possible explanations for this result as

you can (up to 10)

initially contains A

then the

ted experimental

ln Cp = ln CAO + ln(1-ekt)

k = (1/t)[ln(Ca) - ln(Ca-Cp)]

k

#DIV/0!

#DIV/0!

0.010445 0.006221

0.011106 0.006361

0.010814 0.006299

0.010988 0.006405

0.010896 0.006073

0.010423 0.005825

0.013345 0.006311

0.010008 0.006299

Err:502 0.006407

am probably has a

lumns.)

of k should be

s for this result as

#DIV/0!

0.00687

0.006735

0.006679

0.006556

0.006809

0.007171

0.006389

0.006672

0.006014

SUMMARY OUTPUT

Regression Statistics

Multiple R

0.9270327498

R Square

0.8593897192

Adjusted R Square

0.8418134341

Standard Error

0.7574775216

Observations

10

ANOVA

df

Regression

Residual

Total

Intercept

X Variable 1

1

8

9

SS

28.0545020344

4.5901775656

32.6446796

MS

28.0545020344

0.5737721957

Coefficients

0.7853894855

0.0080927631

Standard Error

0.3267340946

0.0011573515

t Stat

2.4037573629

6.9924848273

Predicted Y

0.7853894855

0.8663171164

0.9472447474

1.0281723784

1.2709552713

1.7565210571

2.7276526286

3.6987842002

4.6699157718

5.6410473434

Residuals

-0.7853894855

-0.5793171164

-0.3532447474

-0.1571723784

0.2390447287

0.8634789429

1.1823473714

0.6012157998

-0.0499157718

-0.9610473434

RESIDUAL OUTPUT

Observation

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

F

48.8948440595

Significance F

0.000113487

P-value

0.0429243054

0.000113487

Lower 95%

0.0319393123

0.0054239057

PROBABILITY OUTPUT

Percentile

Y

5

15

25

35

45

55

65

75

85

95

0

0.287

0.594

0.871

1.51

2.62

3.91

4.3

4.62

4.68

Upper 95%

1.5388396586

0.0107616205

Lower 95.0%

0.0319393123

0.0054239057

2

Residuals

0

0

100

200

300

400

500

600

700

-2

X Variable 1

10

Upper 95.0%

1.5388396586

0.0107616205

Predicted Y

Linear (Predicted Y)

0

0

X Variable 1

5

Y

0

0

10

20

30

40

50

60

Sample Percentile

70

80

90

100

lot

600

700

ot

ted Y

(Predicted Y)

90

100

SUMMARY OUTPUT

Regression Statistics

Multiple R

0.8721906137

R Square

0.7607164667

Adjusted R Square

0.730806025

Standard Error

2.553643501

Observations

10

ANOVA

df

Regression

Residual

Total

Intercept

X Variable 1

1

8

9

SS

165.8519289579

52.1687610421

218.02069

MS

165.8519289579

6.5210951303

Coefficients

3.1630427678

0.0196768606

Standard Error

1.1015011975

0.0039017174

t Stat

2.8715745157

5.0431280517

Predicted Y

3.1630427678

3.3598113736

3.5565799795

3.7533485853

4.3436544028

5.5242660379

7.8854893081

10.2467125782

12.6079358484

14.9691591185

Residuals

-3.1630427678

-2.1498113736

-1.1265799795

-0.3733485853

1.5463455972

3.3757339621

3.3145106919

1.8532874218

-0.5079358484

-2.7691591185

RESIDUAL OUTPUT

Observation

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

F

25.4331405454

Significance F

0.0009977367

P-value

0.0207786193

0.0009977367

Lower 95%

0.6229764514

0.0106794841

PROBABILITY OUTPUT

Percentile

Y

5

15

25

35

45

55

65

75

85

95

0

1.21

2.43

3.38

5.89

8.9

11.2

12.1

12.1

12.2

Upper 95%

5.7031090842

0.0286742371

Lower 95.0%

0.6229764514

0.0106794841

5

Residuals

0

0

100

200

300

400

500

600

700

-5

X Variable 1

20

Upper 95.0%

5.7031090842

0.0286742371

10

Predicted Y

Linear (Predicted Y)

0

0

X Variable 1

20

Y

10

0

0

10

20

30

40

50

60

Sample Percentile

70

80

90

100

lot

600

700

ot

ted Y

(Predicted Y)

ot

90

100

SUMMARY OUTPUT

Regression Statistics

Multiple R

0.9389616743

R Square

0.8816490258

Adjusted R Square

0.866855154

Standard Error

0.7337671823

Observations

10

ANOVA

df

Regression

Residual

Total

SS

32.0870986778

4.3073142222

36.3944129

MS

32.0870986778

0.5384142778

Coefficients

Standard Error

0.7891641143

0.3165067597

0.0086548744

0.0011211245

t Stat

2.4933562715

7.7198158533

1

8

9

Intercept

X Variable 1

RESIDUAL OUTPUT

Observation

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

Predicted Y

0.7891641143

0.8757128583

0.9622616024

1.0488103464

1.3084565786

1.8277490429

2.8663339714

3.9049189

4.9435038286

5.9820887571

Residuals

-0.7891641143

-0.5657128583

-0.3482616024

-0.1638103464

0.3315434214

0.8322509571

1.0036660286

0.7050811

-0.0535038286

-0.9520887571

F

59.5955568081

Significance F

0.000056392

P-value

0.0373264813

0.000056392

Lower 95%

0.0592982176

0.0060695568

PROBABILITY OUTPUT

Percentile

Y

5

15

25

35

45

55

65

75

85

95

0

0.31

0.614

0.885

1.64

2.66

3.87

4.61

4.89

5.03

Upper 95%

1.519030011

0.0112401921

Lower 95.0%

0.0592982176

0.0060695568

Upper 95.0%

1.519030011

0.0112401921

2

Residuals

0

0

100

200

300

400

500

600

700

-2

X Variable 1

10

Y

Predicted Y

Linear (Predicted Y)

0

0

X Variable 1

10

Y

5

0

0

10

20

30

40

50

60

Sample Percentile

70

80

90

100

SUMMARY OUTPUT

Regression Statistics

Multiple R

0.9232473245

R Square

0.8523856222

Adjusted R Square

0.833933825

Standard Error

0.5951834366

Observations

10

ANOVA

df

Regression

Residual

Total

Intercept

X Variable 1

1

8

9

SS

16.3643634142

2.8339465858

19.19831

MS

16.3643634142

0.3542433232

Coefficients

0.6252852741

0.0061808059

Standard Error

0.2567293625

0.0009093821

t Stat

2.4355814538

6.7967097045

Predicted Y

0.6252852741

0.6870933327

0.7489013914

0.81070945

0.9961336259

1.3669819778

2.1086786815

2.8503753852

3.5920720889

4.3337687926

Residuals

-0.6252852741

-0.4420933327

-0.2839013914

-0.14070945

0.2038663741

0.6930180222

0.9213213185

0.4696246148

-0.0520720889

-0.7437687926

RESIDUAL OUTPUT

Observation

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

F

46.1952628073

Significance F

0.0001382865

P-value

0.0408450575

0.0001382865

Lower 95%

0.0332663024

0.0040837671

PROBABILITY OUTPUT

Percentile

Y

5

15

25

35

45

55

65

75

85

95

0

0.245

0.465

0.67

1.2

2.06

3.03

3.32

3.54

3.59

Upper 95%

1.2173042457

0.0082778447

Lower 95.0%

0.0332663024

0.0040837671

2

Residuals

1

0

-1

100

200

300

400

500

600

700

X Variable 1

Upper 95.0%

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0.0082778447

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0

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4

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10

20

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