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|30||1301||Comparison of performance of single CSTR and PFR for the nth order reaction||Figure|Complex Reactors||Complex Reactors||Reactors||Levenspiel, Fig 8-8||Kinetics||Next:|
|31||1306||Comparison of performance of a series of N equal-size CSTR reactors||Figure|Complex Reactors||Complex Reactors||Reactors||Levenspiel, Fig 8-15||Kinetics||Next:|
|32||1307||Comparison of performance of a series of N equal-size CSTR reactors||Figure|Complex Reactors||Complex Reactors||Reactors||Levenspiel, Fig 8-16||Kinetics||Next:|
|33||1308||Distribution of materials in a batch or plug flow reactor||Figure|Complex Reactors||Complex Reactors||Reactors||Levenspiel, Fig 15||Kinetics||Next:|
|34||1309||Comparison of performance of recycle and plug flow for first-order reaction||Figure|Complex Reactors||Recycle||Reactors||Levenspiel, Fig 16||Kinetics||Next:|
|35||1310||Comparison of performance of recycle with plug flow for elementary reaction||Figure|Complex Reactors||Recycle||Reactors||Levenspiel, Fig 17||Kinetics||Next:|
|36||1311||Performance of plug-flow and back-mix reactors [Fig 4-6]||Figure|Complex Reactors||Complex Reactors||Reactors||Levenspiel, Fig 4-6||Kinetics||Next:|
|38||2201||Compressibility Factors of Gases and Vapors [Fig 103]||Figure|Ideal and Real Gas Laws||Compressibility Factor||Non-Ideal Systems||Hougen, Fig 103||Mass/Energy Balances and Thermodynamics||Next:|
|39||2202||Generalized Plot of Z(0) values [Fig 3-45]||Figure|Ideal and Real Gas Laws||Compressibility Factor||Non-Ideal Systems||Perry, Fig 3-45||Mass/Energy Balances and Thermodynamics||Next:|
|40||2203||Generalized Plot of Z(1) values [Fig 3-46]||Figure|Ideal and Real Gas Laws||Compressibility Factor||Non-Ideal Systems||Perry, Fig 3-46||Mass/Energy Balances and Thermodynamics||Next:|
|51||2213||Generalized Reduced Viscosities [Fig 175]||Figure|Ideal and Real Gas Laws||Generalized Reduced Viscosities||Generalized Reduced Viscosities||Hougen, Fig 175||Mass/Energy Balances and Thermodynamics||Next:|
|57||2204||Enthalpy Correction for Gases and Vapors due to Lack of Ideal Behavior||Figure|Thermodynamic Properties||Enthalpy Correction||Non-Ideal Systems||Hougen, Fig 106||Mass/Energy Balances and Thermodynamics||Next:|
|58||2205||Correlation of H/RTc(0) [Fig 4-30]||Figure|Thermodynamic Properties||Enthalpy Correction||Non-Ideal Systems||Perry, Fig 4-30||Mass/Energy Balances and Thermodynamics||Next:|
|59||2206||Correlation of H/RTc(1) [Fig 4-31]||Figure|Thermodynamic Properties||Enthalpy Correction||Non-Ideal Systems||Perry, Fig 4-31||Mass/Energy Balances and Thermodynamics||Next:|
|60||2216||Isothermal pressure correction to the molar heat capacity of||Figure|Thermodynamic Properties||Correction to the molar heat capacity of gases||Correction to the molar heat capacity of gases||Chopey, Fig 1-4||Mass/Energy Balances and Thermodynamics||Next:|
|62||2218||Entropy departure of gases and liquids [Fig 1-11]||Figure|Thermodynamic Properties||Entropy departure of gases and liquids||Non-Ideal Systems||Chopey, Fig 1-11||Mass/Energy Balances and Thermodynamics||Next:|
|63||2207||Entropy Correction for Gases and Vapors due to Lack of Ideal||Figure|Entropy Correction||Entropy Correction||Non-Ideal Systems||Hougen, Fig 107||Mass/Energy Balances and Thermodynamics||Next:|
|64||2208||Effect of Pressure on Molal Heat Capacity of Gases [Fig 108]||Figure|Effect of Pressure on Molal Heat Capacity of Gases||Effect of Pressure on Molal Heat Capacity of Gases||Effect of Pressure on Molal Heat Capacity of Gases||Hougen, Fig 108||Mass/Energy Balances and Thermodynamics||Next:|
|65||2217||Enthalpy departure from idea-gas state [Fig 1-8]||Figure|Thermodynamic Properties||Enthalpy departure from idea-gas state||Non-Ideal Systems||Chopey, Fig 1-8||Mass/Energy Balances and Thermodynamics||Next:|
|66||2209||Generalized Heat-Capacity Differencess, Cp-Cv [Fig 1-5]||Figure|Ideal and Real Gas Laws||Heat Capacity Differencess||Heat Capacity Differencess||Perry, Fig 1-5||Mass/Energy Balances and Thermodynamics||Next:|
|74||2214||Appendix K - Mollier Chart||Figure|Mollier Chart for Steam||Mollier Chart for Steam||Mollier Chart for Steam||Perry||Mass/Energy Balances and Thermodynamics||Next:|
|79||2219||Enthalpy-log pressure diagram for Refrigerant-11 [Fig 3-33]||Figure|Refrigerant Chart||Refrigerant Chart||Refrigerant Chart||Perry, Fig 3-33||Mass/Energy Balances and Thermodynamics||Next:|
|89||2210||Fugacity Coefficents of Gases and Vapors [Fig 142]||Figure|Ideal and Real Gas Laws||Fugacity Coefficients||Non-Ideal Systems||Hougen, Fig 142||Mass/Energy Balances and Thermodynamics||Next:|
|90||2211||Correlation of -ln(0) vs Tr [Fig 4-32]||Figure|Fugacity Coefficient||Fugacity Coefficient||Non-Ideal Systems||Perry, Fig 4-32||Mass/Energy Balances and Thermodynamics||Next:|
|91||2212||Correlation of -ln(1) vs Tr [Fig 4-33]||Figure|Fugacity Coefficient||Fugacity Coefficient||Non-Ideal Systems||Perry, Fig 4-33||Mass/Energy Balances and Thermodynamics||Next:|
|93||2215||Reaction Equilibrium Constants [Fig - 156]||Figure|Reaction Equilibrium Constants||Reaction Equilibrium Constants||Reaction Equilibrium Constants||Hougen, Fig 156||Mass/Energy Balances and Thermodynamics||Next:|
|111||3202||Psychrometric chart - low temperatures [Fig 12-1]||Figure|Psychrometric chart - low temperatures||Psychrometric chart - low temperatures||Humidification and Dehumidification||Perry, Fig 12-1||Plant Design and Operation||Next:|
|112||3203||Psychrometric chart - medium temperatures [Fig 12-2]||Figure|Psychrometric chart - medium temperatures||Psychrometric chart - medium temperatures||Humidification and Dehumidification||Perry, Fig 12-2||Plant Design and Operation||Next:|
|113||3204||Psychrometric Chart (High Temperatures) [Fig 12-3]||Figure|Psychrometric Chart (High Temperatures)||Psychrometric Chart (High Temperatures)||Humidification and Dehumidification||Perry, Fig 12-3||Plant Design and Operation||Next:|
|123||3205||Enthalpy-concentration Diagram for Aqueous Sulfuric Acid at ||Figure|Enthalpy-concentration Diagram||Enthalpy-concentration Diagram||Enthalpy-concentration Diagram||Hougen, Fig 3-38||Mass/Energy Balances and Thermodynamics||Next:|
|126||3201||Graphic Relationship of SI Units with Names [Fig 1-1]||Figure|Graphic Relationship of SI Units with Names||Graphic Relationship of SI Units with Names||Graphic Relationship of SI Units with Names||Perry, Fig 1-1||Mass/Energy Balances and Thermodynamics||Next:|
|131||4202||Flow Coefficient C for Nozzles. [Fig A-20]||Figure|Flow Measurement||Flow Measurement||Flow Measurement Application||Crane, Fig A-20||Fluids||Next:|
|132||4203||Flow Coefficient C for square-edged Orifices.[Fig A-20]||Figure|Mass and Volumetric Meters||Orifice Meters||Flow Measurement Application||Crane, Fig A-20||Fluids||Next:|
|133||4204||Net Expansion Factor Y for Compressible Flow Through Nozzles||Figure|Flow Measurement||Flow Measurement||Flow Measurement Application||Crane, Fig A-20||Fluids||Next:|
|135||4201||Kinematic Viscosity of fluids.[Fig A-2]||Figure|Viscosity||Viscosity||Transport Properties||Crane, Fig A-2||Fluids||Next:|
|139||4205||Critical Pressure Ratio, rc for Compressible Flow through N||Figure|Flow Measurement||Flow Measurement||Flow Measurement Application||Crane, Fig A-21||Fluids||Next:|
|143||4209||Roughness factors (expressed in feet) for Commercial Pipes.[||Figure|Bernoulli Equation||Bernoulli Equation||Flow Behavior||Crane, Fig A-4||Fluids||Next:|
|144||4210||Friction factor Chart. [Fig 5-10]||Figure|Friction Factor||Friction (Power)||Flow Behavior||McCabe, Fig 5-10||Fluids||Next:|
|145||4211||Friction factor Chart, NRe Цf vs. f.[Fig 5-11]||Figure|Friction Factor||Friction (Power)||Flow Behavior||McCabe, Fig 5-11||Fluids||Next:|
|157||4206||Enlargement and Contraction Losses||Figure|Expansion/Contraction||Expansion and Contraction Losses||Flow Behavior||Crane, Fig A-26||Fluids||Next:|
|158||4207||Resistance due to Pipe Entrance and Exit||Figure|Miscellaneous Losses||Miscellaneous Losses||Flow Behavior||Crane, Fig A-26||Fluids||Next:|
|161||4208||Equivalent Length of Pipe Fittings and Valves.[Fig 6-5]||Figure|Miscellaneous Losses||Miscellaneous Losses||Flow Behavior||Perry, Fig 6-5||Fluids||Next:|
|170||4212||Upper Limits of Specific Speeds of Single-Stage Single- and ||Figure|Pump Selection||Pump Selection||Flow Applications||Perry, Fig 6-10||Fluids||Next:|
|171||4213||Upper Limits of Specific Speeds of Single-Suction Mixed-Flow||Figure|Pump Selection||Pump Selection||Flow Applications||Perry, Fig 6-11||Fluids||Next:|
|172||4214||Approximate Relative Impeller Shapes and Efficiency Variatio||Figure|Pump Selection||Pump Selection||Flow Applications||Perry, Fig 6-12||Fluids||Next:|
|173||4215||Typical Pump Suction and Discharge Piping Arrangements (Perr||Figure|Pumps||Pumps||Flow Applications||Perry, Fig 6-13||Fluids||Next:|
|174||4216||Typical Selection Chart for Centrifugal Pumps (Perry, Fig 6-||Figure|Pumps||Pumps||Flow Applications||Perry, Fig 6-16||Fluids||Next:|
|185||5201||Plot of f2(4 alpha theta /l2) for Various Shapes. [Fig 18-9]||Figure|Heat Exchange Equipment Design||Heat Exchange Equipment Design||Heat Exchange Equipment Design||Kern, Fig 18-9||Heat Transfer||Next:|
|187||5205||Gurney-Lurie Chart for Cylinders. [Fig 18-13]||Figure|Heat Exchange Equipment Design||Heat Exchange Equipment Design||Heat Exchange Equipment Design||Kern, Fig 18-13||Heat Transfer||Next:|
|204||5208||Condensing Coefficients. [Fig 12-9]||Figure|Free/Forced Heat Transfer Coefficient/Correlation||Free/Forced Heat Transfer Coefficient/Correlation||Design Parameters for Non-Trayed Units||Kern, Fig 12-9||Heat Transfer||Next:|
|205||5209||Dukler Plot Showing Average Condensing Film Coefficient.[Fig||Figure|Free/Forced Heat Transfer Coefficient/Correlation||Free/Forced Heat Transfer Coefficient/Correlation||Design Parameters for Non-Trayed Units||Chopey, Fig 10-10||Heat Transfer||Next:|
|208||5210||LMTD Correction Factors for Heat Exchangers.[Fig 10-14]||Figure|Heat Exchange Equipment Design||LMTD||Heat Transfer without Phase Change||Perry, Fig 10-14||Heat Transfer||Next:|
|210||5211||Temperature Efficiency for Counterflow Exchangers. [Fig 7-14||Figure|Temperature Efficiency for Counterflow Exchangers.||Temperature Efficiency for Counterflow Exchangers.||Heat Transfer without Phase Change||Chopey, Fig 7-14||Heat Transfer||Next:|
|211||5212||Temperature Efficiency for Heat Exchangers with One Shell Pa||Figure|Temperature Efficiency for Heat Exchangers||Temperature Efficiency for Heat Exchangers||Heat Transfer without Phase Change||Chopey, Fig 7-15||Heat Transfer||Next:|
|227||10201||Evaporator Types. [Fig 11-21]||Figure|Evaporation||Evaporation||Evaporator Types.||Perry, Fig 11-21||Heat Transfer||Next:|
|228||10202||Boiling-point Rise of Aqueous Solutions.[Fig 11-23]||Figure|Boiling-point Rise of Aqueous Solutions.||Boiling-point Rise of Aqueous Solutions.||Boiling-point Rise of Aqueous Solutions.||Perry, Fig 11-23||Heat Transfer||Next:|
|230||6201||K-values (K = y/x) in light-hydrocarbon systems, low-tempe||Figure|Distillation||Distillation||Distillation||Perry, Fig 13-14a||Mass Transfer||Next:|
|231||6202||K-values (K = y/x) in light-hydrocarbon systems, high-tempe||Figure|Distillation||Distillation||Distillation||Perry, Fig 13-14b||Mass Transfer||Next:|
|238||6208||Minimum Reflux at infinite theoretical plates [Fig 8-5a]||Figure|Minimum Flow Rates and Reflux||Reflux||Design Parameters for Trayed Units||Ludwig, Fig 8-5B||Mass Transfer||Next:|
|240||6207||Approximate solution for N and L/D in distillation of id||Figure|Distillation||Distillation||Distillation||Ludwig, Fig 8-5A||Mass Transfer||Next:|
|245||6203||Comparison of rigorous calculations with Gilliland correlati||Figure|Distillation||Distillation||Distillation||Perry, Fig 13-41||Mass Transfer||Next:|
|246||6204||Separation operations related to distillation [Fig 13-7]||Figure|Distillation||Distillation||Distillation||Perry, Fig 6-8||Mass Transfer||Next:|
|247||6205||Empirical correlations of overall efficiencies for fractiona||Figure|Distillation||Distillation||Distillation||Ludwig, Fig 8-11||Mass Transfer||Next:|
|248||6206||Graphical Representation of Fenske-Underwood-Gilliland proce||Figure|Distillation||Distillation||Distillation||Chopey, Fig 8-5||Mass Transfer||Next:|
|257||7205||Packed Column performance nomograph [Fig 9-11c]||Figure|Continuous, batch, and semi-continuous||Continuous, batch, and semi-continuous||Absorption||Ludwig, Fig 9-11C||Mass Transfer||Next:|
|258||7206||Packing factors for use with Fig 9-11D (Fig 9-12D)||Figure|Packing Selection||Packing Selection||Design Parameters for Non-Trayed Units||Ludwig, Fig 9-12D||Mass Transfer||Next:|
|260||7203||Generalized flooding and pressure drop correlation for packi||Figure|Flooding||Problems (Flooding and Dumping)||Design Parameters for Trayed Units||Perry, Fig 18-38||Mass Transfer||Next:|
|261||7204||Generalized pressure-drop correlation for packed towers [Fig||Figure|Continuous, batch, and semi-continuous||Continuous, batch, and semi-continuous||Absorption||Chopey, Fig 8-18||Mass Transfer||Next:|
|264||7201||Absorption and Stripping Factors [Fig 13-43]||Figure|Continuous, batch, and semi-continuous||Stripping||Absorption||||Mass Transfer||Next:|
|265||7202||Number of overall gas-phase mass-transfer units in a packed ||Figure|Continuous, batch, and semi-continuous||Continuous, batch, and semi-continuous||Absorption||||Mass Transfer||Next:|