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Product and Process Design Principles - Seider
The presence of at least one chemical reactor and one or more separation sections for the separation of the effluent mixture leaving the reactor s characterizes many chemical processes. In almost all cases, one or more of the streams leaving the separation section s is are recycled to the reactor. In Chapter 6, the design of reactors and reactor networks was considered without regard for the separation section s and possible recycle there from. Chapter 7 was concerned with the design of separation sections in the absence of any consideration of the reactor section. Chapter 5, which dealt with the synthesis of the entire process, included a few examples of the interaction between the reactor and separation sections. This chapter extends that introduction to give a more detailed treatment of reactor-separator-recycle networks.
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