A nonlinear integral equation relating distillation processes
Examples of the calculation are shown in the figures for data from Reference 1 on samples of gasolines and oil mixtures. The differential distillation curves which we calculate do not completely match the ASTM results. Possibly this is because some reflux action occurs in the ASTM procedure.
KeywordsNonlinear Integral Equation Distillation Process Extractive Distillation Equilibrium Ratio Distillation Curve
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