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The Impossible Chemical Engineering Quiz

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How can the latent heat of fusion be calculated if the vapour pressure at two temperatures of a solid phase in equilibrium with its liquid phase is known?

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In film theory, what is the relationship between the mass transfer coefficient (K) and diffusivity (D)?

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What variable is not a function of Reynolds number?

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What is a dephlegmator?

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Condensing film co-efficient for steam on horizontal tubes ranges from 5000 to 15000 Kcal/hr.m2 .°C. Condensation of vapor is carried out inside the tube in a shell and tube heat exchanger, when the...

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When the Prantl Number is greater than , the conduction in an ordinary fluid flowing through a heated pipe is limited to what?

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For a humidification process what is the work done, more commonly known as?

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The vessel dispersion number (D/μL) for plug flow is

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An isothermal aqueous phase reversible reaction, P  R, is to be carried out in a mixed flow reactor. The reaction rate in k.mole/m3 .h is given by, r = 0.5CP - 0.125CR. A stream containing only P enters the reactor. The residence time required (in hours) for 40% conversion of P is

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If the amount of output sensible heat is 5J, input sensible heat is 25J, and the heat of solution is 20J, then what is the heat transferred from the system?

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The equation (NGr x NPr) is also known as... number?

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If S1 is the slope of the operating line, and S2 is the slope of the equilibrium curve, what is the correct formula for the absorption factor?

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Stefen's black body radiation law can be derived from what law?

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What is the only correct statment?

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For the reversible reaction A  2B, if the equilibrium constant K is 0.05 mole/litre; starting from initially 2 moles of A and zero moles of B, how many moles will be formed at equilibrium?

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