Develop the equations to calculate the flow rates, Advanced Statistics

A two-step distillation and mixing process is shown in the figure. The system operates at steady-state conditions and there are no chemical reactions. The known flow rates and compositions are shown in the table.

(a) Develop the equations to calculate the unknown flow rates and compositions.

(b) Solve for the unknowns.

 

Stream

Mass Flow (kg/h)

Composition, mass%

A

B

1

Feed

100

50.0

50.0

2

Distillate

 

90.0

10.0

3

Concentrate

 

 

 

4

Diluent

 

30.0

70.0

5

Product

90

26.0

 

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