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Diffusion Model with Account for Relaxation Substance Transfer to Describe Stationary Operation of a Reactor in the Presence of Three Regimes

  • A. I. MoshinskiiEmail author
GENERAL PROBLEMS OF TRANSFER THEORY
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A nonlinear boundary-value problem describing the operation of an isothermal flow reactor with account for the substance flow relaxation is considered. The examined substance source is described by a kinetic law that corresponds to a definite type of autocatalytic reaction. Possible solutions under the Dankwerts standard boundary conditions are determined. The limiting form of equations of the relaxation model has been taken as a basis for the mathematical model. The change in the regimes of operation of reactors in the presence of three solutions of the process equations is analyzed.

Keywords

reactor stability autocatalytic law Peclet number convective transfer relaxation transfer 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.St. Petersburg Chemical Pharmaceutical UniversitySt. PetersburgRussia

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