Process control scheme, Mechanical Engineering

In class, we derived and solved a model of a non-isothermal, insulated, CSTR with an exothermic reaction (model6.m). We want to derive and solve a very similar model of a system with only a single feed stream and the following properties:

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this system for 20 minutes with an initial concentration of CA(0) = 10 lbmol=oR and T(0) = 200oR or T(0) = 600oR. Compare and explain the steady-state result for the two di erent initial conditions. What is the signi cance of this result for implementing a process control scheme?

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