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Population balance modelling of a particulate dissolution-precipitation reaction sequence

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Published
**1995**
by National Library of Canada in Ottawa
.

Written in English

**Edition Notes**

Thesis (M.A.Sc.) -- University of Toronto, 1995.

Series | Canadian theses = -- Thèses canadiennes |

The Physical Object | |
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Format | Microform |

Pagination | 2 microfiches : negative. -- |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL17902152M |

ISBN 10 | 0612076989 |

OCLC/WorldCa | 46493820 |

Challenges in Polymerization Reactor Modeling and Optimization: A Population Balance Perspective. IFAC Proceedings Volumes , 37 (9), DOI: /S(17) Huceste Çatalgil-Giz, Ahmet Giz, Alina M. Alb, Wayne F. Reed. where represents the ratio of the cell volume to the extracellular entire nomenclature is shown in Table 2 with the values of the reaction constants in Table 3. represents the total number of donor cells in the system and, the total number of recipient simulation, the initial cell numbers and volume conversion factor are chosen as,, and.

The Solubility Product Constant. Silver chloride is what’s known as a sparingly soluble ionic solid (Figure \(\PageIndex{1}\)). Recall from the solubility rules in an earlier chapter that halides of Ag + are not normally soluble. However, when we add an excess of solid AgCl to water, it dissolves to a small extent and produces a mixture consisting of a very dilute solution of Ag + and Cl. Calculate the molar solubility of Hg 2 Cl Solution The molar solubility of Hg 2 Cl 2 is equal to the concentration of Hg 2 2+. ions because for each 1 mol of Hg 2 Cl 2 that dissolves, 1 mol of Hg 2 2+. forms: Determine the direction of change. Before any Hg 2 Cl 2 dissolves, Q is zero, and the reaction will shift to the right to reach equilibrium.. Determine x and equilibrium concentrations.

A simplification of the cell population balance model is the homogoneous model, which assumes that all cells behave like the average cell, with content x h. The homogeneous model is derived by Eq (16), when the number density function is expressed as n (x, t) = δ (x − x h) [ 2, 19, 41 ]. I am using population balance model for solid particles forming in a chemical reaction. Over time these particles grow and get larger than the mesh size (Mean particle diameter is more than mesh size). However, when I check the volume fraction of .

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The reaction of a population drops produced by spray atomi- zation or a population of solid particles produced by comminu- tion or grinding may be analyzed in similar ways.

The first model was developed by Probert (), who characterized a spray using a mean drop size calculated from the. Stochastic simulations of population balances involve two inherent and completely different distributions.

First, each particle size N j has its own probability distribution P (N j, t) dictating the likelihood that the particle size contains a prescribed number of particles. Second, the population balance encompasses the entire distribution of these N j 's.

For the simulation results in this Cited by: Stochastic population balance modelling has been used to simulate formation of soot (Celnik et al., ), silica (Shekar et al., ) and titania (Akhtar et al.,West et al., ). Yapp et al. () used a detailed population balance to compute the optical band gap of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in an ethylene diffusion by: A.V.

Bekker, I. Livk, in Computer Aided Chemical Engineering, Abstract. Population balance equation models are widely accepted for simulating various particulate processes including crystallization. In this work, a dynamic 2-D population balance equation crystallization model was solved using a finite element method-based numerical algorithm with adaptive mesh and time step for.

Reaction precipitation of calcium phosphate is studied in a Y-mixer-tubular reactor. • The process is modelled by using a population balance model. • The set of moment equations is solved by the quadrature method of moments.

• The particle size distribution is approximated by a Cited by: Divided into 11 chapters, this book: Presents a systematic approach of model development in view of the simulation need Includes modeling techniques to model hydrodynamics, mass and heat transfer.

Population balance model. The population balance equation (PBE) is a statement of continuity for particulate systems with the general form shown in Eq.: (11) ∂ n ∂ t + ∇ u p n-∇ D eff ∇ n =-∂ G L, x n ∂ L + (B-D) Where n (#/m 3 solvent/m) is number density function which has a distribution at internal coordinate L and.

0 20 40 60 80 Time (s) Mean aggregate size (µ m) 10 L/min. 20 L/min. 30 L/min. mean shear = s-1 mean shear = s-1 mean shear = s-1 Figure 1: Comparison of modelled and experimental mean aggregate size as a function of aggregation time along pipe reactor.

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For example, processes like crystallization, granulation, milling, polymerization, ﬂocculation, and aerosols involve population balances. This work presents a new windows-based MATLAB program, which is called PPBLAB (Particulate Population Balance Laboratory) for modelling and numerical simulation of particulate systems.

As a first step, liquid-liquid extraction columns are modelled using the population balance equation as a mathematical framework. Modeling cell population growth. (A) Exponential growth, logistic growth, and the Allee effect. (B) Growth curves for the Baranyi model.

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The model combines the description of the flow field with several sub-models, namely gas to liquid mass transfer, chemical reaction, precipitation, and population balance for both gas bubbles and.

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Crowley, Edward S. Meadows, Evangelos Kostoulas, Francis J. Doyle III, Control of particle size distribution described by a population balance model of semibatch emulsion polymerization, Journal of Process Control, /S(00), 10, 5, (), ().

Population Balance Equations (PBE) and crystallization PBEs are widely used as a modeling tool in the engineering of dispersed media, with applications including crystallization, powder technologies, polymerization processes, biotechnologies, etc (see e.g.

Mersmann et al. The simulation of this process is possible with the population balance model for sessile cells in Section Computational effort required for this simulation is in progress and the results will be reported in a future publication as part of an extended investigation relating population balance models of drug resistance transfer to experiments.

The modeling of particle growth in fluidized bed coating processes is often done with population balance equations, which require a mathematical formulation of the process kinetics. For detailed information on numerical methods for solving population balance equations in particulate processes, the reader can refer to some reviews on this topic (Vale and McKenna.

reactions, local variations in hydrodynamics, degree of supersaturation, and particle size distributions need to be accurately tracked. Discretized Population Balance (DPB) methods can accurately model precipitation process in well-mixed, uniform shear environments, but.Most chemical reactions are complex in nature, to cope with this type of reactions; the reaction mechanism consists of many chemical reaction phases called elementary phases (Constales et al.

A particulate system is characterized by a large number of interacting particles which diﬀer with respect to cer-tain physical and/or chemical properties [13, 15]. The dynamics of these complex systems can be captured with population balance equation (PBE) models which describe the evolution of an appropriate distribution function [13].