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Chemical Reaction Engineering

- Batch Reactor: Number of Moles Remaining (of reactant A)
- Concentration of the reactant in first-order reaction
- Concentration of the reactant in second-order reaction (only one reactant)
- Concentration of the reactant in zero-order reaction
- Conversion of Reactant A (batch)
- Conversion of Reactant A (flow)
- Initial concentration of reactants in the feed
- Molar Feed Rate of Reactants
- Molar flow rate at which reactant A leaves the system
- Space time of the reactor
- Space velocity of a reactor
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Heat Transfer

- Critical Radius of Insulation of a Cylinder
- Critical Radius of Insulation of a Sphere
- Emmisive power of a body (Radiation)
- Heat Exchanger Effectiveness
- Heat Transfer in a Heat Exchanger using cold fluid properties
- Heat Transfer in a Heat Exchanger using hot fluid properties
- Heat Transfer in a Heat Exchanger using overall heat transfer coefficient
- Heat Transfer Through Plane Wall or Surface
- Log Mean Temperature Difference for CoCurrent Flow
- Log Mean Temperature Difference for Counter Current Flow
- Momentum Diffusivity
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Thermodynamics

Application of thermodynamics to flow processes

- Actual change in enthalpy when Compressor efficiency and change in enthalpy (isentropic) is given
- Actual work done when Compressor efficiency and isentropic shaft work is given
- Actual work done when Turbine efficiency and isentropic shaft work is given
- Change in enthalpy (isentropic) when Compressor efficiency and actual change in enthalpy is given
- change in enthalpy (isentropic) when Turbine efficiency and actual change in enthalpy is given
- Change in enthalpy in the turbine (expanders)
- Change in enthalpy when Turbine efficiency and actual change in enthalpy (isentropic) is given
- Compressor efficiency when actual and isentropic change in enthalpy is given
- Compressor efficiency when actual and shaft work (isentropic) is given
- Enthalpy for pumps when volume expansivity is given for a pump
- Entropy for pumps when volume expansivity is given for a pump
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Ideal Gas

- Adiabatic Index
- Change in Internal Energy of the system
- Enthalpy of the system
- Final Temperature in Adiabatic Process (using pressure)
- Final Temperature in Adiabatic Process (using volume)
- Heat Transfer in an Isobaric Process
- Heat Transfer in an Isochoric Process
- Heat transferred in isothermal process (using pressure)
- Heat transferred in isothermal process (using volume)
- Henry law constant when mole fraction and partial pressure of gas is given in Henry Law
- Ideal Gas Law for Calculating Pressure
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Laws of thermodynamics, their applications and other basic concepts

- Actual work when ideal and lost work are given
- Actual work when thermodynamic efficiency is given and the condition is work is produced
- Actual work when thermodynamic efficiency is given and the condition is work is required
- Heat using the First Law of thermodynamics
- Ideal work when lost and actual work are given
- Ideal work when thermodynamic efficiency is given and the condition is work is produced
- Ideal work when thermodynamic efficiency is given and the condition is work is required
- Internal energy using the First Law of thermodynamics
- Lost work when ideal and actual work are given
- Rate of Actual work when rates of ideal and lost work are given
- Rate of Ideal work when rates of lost and actual work are given
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Phase Equilibrium

Vapor Liquid Equilibrium

- Activity coefficient using Gamma/ phi formulation of VLE
- Atmospheric pressure of water at Boiling temperature using Antoine equation
- Boiling temperature of water for atmospheric pressure using Antoine equation
- Fugacity coefficient using Gamma/ phi formulation of VLE
- Poynting factor
- Pressure using saturated temperature in Antoine equation
- Saturated pressure using Antoine equation
- Saturated pressure using Gamma/ phi formulation of VLE
- Saturated temperature using Antoine equation
- Temperature when saturated pressure is given in Antoine equation
- Total pressure for binary liquid system for dew/bubble point calculations with Modified Raoult's Law
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Correlations for Liquid-phase activity coefficients

- Activity coefficient of component 1 using Margules one parameter equation
- Activity coefficient of component 1 using Margules two-parameter equation
- Activity coefficient of component 1 using van Laar equation
- Activity coefficient of component 2 using Margules one parameter equation
- Activity coefficient of component 2 using Margules two-parameter equation
- Activity coefficient of component 2 using van Laar equation
- Excess Gibbs free energy using Margules two-parameter equation
- Excess Gibbs free energy using van Laar equation

Fitting Activity Coefficient Models to VLE Data

- Excess Gibbs free energy when activity coefficients and liquid mole fractions are given
- Saturated pressure of comp. 1 when second virial coefficient and sat. vapour fugacity coefficient
- Saturated pressure of comp. 2 when second virial coefficient and sat. vapour fugacity coefficient
- Saturated vapour fugacity coefficient of comp. 1 when sat. pressure and second virial coefficient
- Saturated vapour fugacity coefficient of comp. 2 when sat. pressure and second virial coefficient
- Second virial coefficient of comp. 1 when sat. pressure and saturated vapour fugacity coefficient
- Second virial coefficient of comp. 2 when saturated pressure and sat. vapour fugacity coefficient
- Vapour fugacity coefficient of comp. 1 when sat. pressure and second virial coefficients
- Vapour fugacity coefficient of comp. 2 when sat. pressure and second virial coefficients

Local Composition models

- Activity coefficient for component 1 for infinite dilution using NRTL equation
- Activity coefficient for component 1 for infinite dilution using Wilson equation
- Activity coefficient for component 1 using NRTL equation
- Activity coefficient for component 1 using Wilson equation
- Activity coefficient for component 2 for infinite dilution using NRTL equation
- Activity coefficient for component 2 for infinite dilution using Wilson equation
- Activity coefficient for component 2 using NRTL equation
- Activity coefficient for component 2 using Wilson equation
- Excess Gibbs energy using NRTL equation
- Excess Gibbs energy using Wilson equation

Raoult’s Law, Modified Raoult’s Law, and Henry’s Law in VLE

- Activity coefficient using Modified Raoult's Law in VLE
- Henry law constant using Henry Law in VLE
- Liquid phase mole fraction using Henry Law in VLE
- Liquid phase mole fraction using Modified Raoult's Law in VLE
- Liquid phase mole fraction using Raoult's Law in VLE
- Saturated pressure using Modified Raoult's Law in VLE
- Saturated pressure using Raoult's Law in VLE
- Total pressure using Henry Law in VLE
- Total pressure using Modified Raoult's Law in VLE
- Total pressure using Raoult's Law in VLE
- Vapour phase mole fraction using Henry Law in VLE
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K values for Gamma/Phi formulation, Raoult’s Law, Modified Raoult’s Law, and Henry’s Law

- Activity coefficient of a component using K-value expression for Gamma/ phi formulation
- Activity coefficient of a component using K-value expression for Modified Raoult's law
- Fugacity coefficient of a component using K-value expression for Gamma/ phi formulation
- K- value of a component using Gamma/ phi formulation
- K- value or vapour-liquid distribution ratio of a component
- K-value of a component using Modified Raoult's law
- K-value of a component using Raoult's law
- Pressure of a component using K-value expression for Modified Raoult's law
- Pressure using K-value expression for Gamma/ phi formulation
- Pressure using K-value expression for Raoult's law
- Saturated pressure of a component using K-value expression for Gamma/ phi formulation
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Production of power from heat

- Carnot Cycle of Heat Engine
- Carnot Cycle of Heat Pump
- Coefficient of Performance of Heat Pump given the heat in the cold and hot reservoir
- Coefficient of Performance of Heat Pump given work and heat in the cold reservoir
- Otto Cycle Efficiency
- performance of heat pump
- Ranking Cycle Efficiency
- Real Heat Engine
- Real Heat Pump
- Thermal efficiency of a Carnot engine
- Thermal Efficiency of Heat Engine
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Solution Thermodynamics

Excess properties

- Actual enthalpy when excess and ideal solution enthalpy is given
- Actual entropy when excess and ideal solution entropy is given
- Actual Gibbs energy when excess and ideal solution Gibbs energy is given
- Actual volume when excess and ideal solution volume is given
- Excess enthalpy when actual and ideal solution enthalpy is given
- Excess entropy when actual and ideal solution entropy is given
- Excess Gibbs energy when actual and ideal solution Gibbs energy is given
- Excess volume when actual and ideal solution volume is given
- Ideal solution enthalpy when excess and actual solution enthalpy is given
- Ideal solution entropy when excess and actual solution entropy is given
- Ideal solution Gibbs energy when excess and actual solution Gibbs energy is given
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Fugacity and fugacity coefficient

- Fugacity of liq. phase species using Poynting factor correlation
- Fugacity of liq. phase species when Poynting factor is given
- Poynting factor
- Poynting factor when Saturated fugacity coeff. and Fugacity of liq. phase species is given
- Saturated fugacity coeff. using Poynting factor correlation and Fugacity of liq. phase species
- Saturated fugacity coeff. when Poynting factor and Fugacity of liq. phase species is given
- Saturated pressure using Poynting factor and Fugacity of liq. phase species

Fugacity and fugacity coefficient using Residual Gibbs energy

- Fugacity coefficient when Gibbs free energy and ideal Gibbs free energy is given
- Fugacity coefficient when residual Gibbs free energy is given
- Fugacity when Gibbs free energy, ideal Gibbs free energy and pressure is given
- Fugacity when residual Gibbs free energy and pressure is given
- Gibbs free energy when ideal Gibbs free energy and fugacity coefficient is given
- Gibbs free energy when ideal Gibbs free energy, pressure and fugacity is given
- Ideal Gibbs free energy when Gibbs free energy and fugacity coefficient is given
- Ideal Gibbs free energy when Gibbs free energy, pressure and fugacity coefficient is given
- Pressure when Gibbs free energy, ideal Gibbs free energy and fugacity is given
- Pressure when residual Gibbs free energy and fugacity is given
- Residual Gibbs free energy when fugacity and pressure is given
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Residual properties

- Actual enthalpy when residual and ideal gas enthalpy is given
- Actual entropy when residual and ideal gas entropy is given
- Actual Gibbs energy when residual and ideal gas Gibbs energy is given
- Actual volume when residual and ideal gas volume is given
- Ideal gas enthalpy when residual and actual gas enthalpy is given
- Ideal gas entropy when residual and actual gas entropy is given
- Ideal gas Gibbs energy when residual and actual gas Gibbs energy is given
- Ideal gas volume when residual and actual gas volume is given
- Residual enthalpy when actual and ideal gas enthalpy is given
- Residual entropy when actual and ideal gas entropy is given
- Residual Gibbs energy when actual and ideal gas Gibbs energy is given
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Thermodynamic property relations

- Enthalpy when Gibbs energy, temperature and entropy is given
- Enthalpy when internal energy, pressure and volume is given
- Entropy when Gibbs energy, enthalpy and temperature is given
- Entropy when Helmholtz energy, internal energy and temperature is given
- Gibbs energy when enthalpy, temperature and entropy is given
- Helmholtz energy when internal energy, temperature and entropy is given
- Internal energy when enthalpy, pressure and volume is given
- Internal energy when Helmholtz energy, temperature and entropy is given
- Pressure when enthalpy, internal energy and volume is given
- Temperature when Gibbs energy, enthalpy and entropy is given
- Temperature when Helmholtz energy, internal energy and entropy is given
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Volumetric properties of pure fluids

- Compressibility Factor
- Degree of freedom
- Degree of Freedom When Equipartition Energy is Given
- Degree of Freedom When Molar Internal Energy Of An Ideal Gas is Given
- Isobaric work
- Isothermal Compression Of An Ideal Gas
- Isothermal Work Done by the gas
- Isothermal work given pressure ratio
- Isothermal work given temperature
- Isothermal work given volume ratio
- Liquid phase mole fraction using Gamma/ phi formulation of VLE
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Equation of states

- Acentric factor using B(0) and B(1) of Pitzer correlations for second virial coefficient
- Acentric factor using Pitzer correlations for the compressibility factor
- Acentric factor when saturated reduced pressure is given at reduced temperature 0.7
- B(0) using Abbott equations
- B(0) when Z(0) is given using Pitzer correlations for second virial coefficient
- B(1) using Abbott equations
- B(1) when Z(1) is given using Pitzer correlations for second virial coefficient
- Compressibility factor using B(0) and B(1) of Pitzer correlations for second virial coefficient
- Compressibility factor using Pitzer correlations for the compressibility factor
- Compressibility factor when reduced second virial coefficient is given
- Compressibility factor when the second virial coefficient is given
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