Design of Recycle Systems with Parallel and Consecutive Reactions by Nonlinear Analysis

@inproceedings{Kiss2005DesignOR,
  title={Design of Recycle Systems with Parallel and Consecutive Reactions by Nonlinear Analysis},
  author={Anton A. Kiss and Costin Sorin Bildea and Alexandre C. Dimian and Piet D. Iedema},
  year={2005}
}
  • Anton A. Kiss, Costin Sorin Bildea, +1 author Piet D. Iedema
  • Published 2005
  • Chemistry
  • This paper addresses the design of recycle systems involving multiple reactions. The work presents theoretical analysis and case studies involving typical consecutive/parallel reactions:  A + B → P and A + P → R, where both reactants are recycled together (butane alkylation); A + B → 2P and 2A → P + R, where reactants are recycled separately (toluene trans-alkylation). The design is based on a mass-balance model of the plant. Despite being a simple model it captures the interaction between… CONTINUE READING

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