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Energy balance on the throttling and flash drum operating at 10 bar yields À Á H ¼ 640 kJ=kg ¼ ð1 À xÞHsat liq þ xHsat vap /x ¼ 0:72 vapor fraction ; À Á À Á 1 À 0:72 ¼ 0:28 liquid fraction where x is the quality that is the fraction of vapor leaving the flash drum. 28 kg/s of liquid carbon dioxide. 3 Excess thermodynamic properties An excess property is the difference between the actual property value of a solution and the ideal solution value at the same composition, temperature, and pressure.
The adjustable energy parameters, a12 and a21, are independent of composition and temperature. However, when the parameters are temperature-dependent, prediction ability of the NRTL model enhances. The Wilson, NRTL, and UNIQUAC equations are readily generalized to multicomponent mixtures. 73) where liq1 and liq2 represent the liquid phases in equilibrium. 75) sat where P is the saturation pressure of pure components. 76) ln Psat ¼ A À T þC where A, B, and C are the Antoine constants. 5 lists these constants for some species.
Entropy is not conserved; it is the extensive parameter of heat. The Be´nard system consists of a shallow vessel of fluid; as the temperature gradient is increased, conduction cannot transfer the heat efficiently enough, and viscous force is overcome. Conduction becomes unstable as the more energetic molecules rise faster than their kinetic energy is dissipated through viscous drag, giving them a net upward velocity. Cooler molecules above must get out of the way by sinking. Randomly sinking and rising is not an efficient way of transferring the heat upward, so above a critical threshold of energy gradient the flow of molecules spontaneously becomes coordinated.