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Old   September 21, 2005, 17:36
Default High Pressure Drop Across Plug Flow reactor
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MIKE
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Kind Atten : Dear All Experts/Colleaugess

How are you?My question is how to reduce the Tar which has formed on the Liquid phase Hydrogenation Plug flow reactor.

Yours truely, D.D.Shukla
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Old   October 3, 2005, 04:13
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Rajarshi Mukherjee
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How can i calculate the indicative pressure drop across reactor at various power levels? Suppose to generate 20 Kwe in dual fuel mode & turn down ratio = 1:4. Please suggest me. Thanking you,

Rajarshi Mukherjee
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Old   October 7, 2005, 04:21
Default application of ANN on plug flow reactor
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sir ,

I am a final year chemical engineering student and need your help for modeling of a plug flow reactor with ANN controller. kindly provide me with necessary details. i will be thankful to you.
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