Determine the flow rate - material balances, Mechanical Engineering

1. A continuous steady-state process involving components A, B, and C is shown below, along with the known process information

a) On the flowchart, assign variables for the unknown flow rates and compositions.

b) Write and solve material balances to determine the flow rate and composition of each stream.

c) What percentage of component B in the feed stream leaves from the bottom of UNIT 2?

d)  If UNIT 1 malfunctions and it cannot remove any of component A, where would you expect most of this component to exit the system?  Why?

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