The energy balance can be developed for just about any process. Since our goal is to learn how to develop
The energy balance can be developed for just about any process. Since our goal is to learn how to develop model equations as well as to simply apply them, it is valuable practice to obtain the appropriate energy balance for a broad range of odd applications. If you can deduce these energy balances, you should be well prepared for the more common energy balances encountered in typical chemical engineering processes.
A sealed glass bulb contains a small paddle-wheel (Crookes radiometer). The paddles are painted white on one side and black on the other. When placed in the sun, the paddle wheel begins to turn steadily. System: the bulb and its contents.
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