Hi! Help with shell balance

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hi all!

is there anybody who can help me with shell balance?
one of my main questions is wat are the main assumptions wen we apply shell balance....
moreover.. can anybody suggest a gud book or site/tutorial wer i can get a hang of shell balance properly?

thank you!
 

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Gokul43201
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Is this for a Fluid Mechanics course? Have you been assigned a textbook? (Which one?)
 
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stewartcs
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Try Google...

General information is here:

http://www.clarkson.edu/subramanian/ch301/notes/shell.doc [Broken]


Assumptions are list here:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shell_Balance
 
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chemical recations engg

oh ya forgot bout that... regarding chemical kinetics... i'm using frooment n bischoff... but not of much help.... i tried google..didnt help..
 
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oh ya forgot bout that... regarding chemical kinetics... i'm using frooment n bischoff... but not of much help.... i tried google..didnt help..

Where exactly are you trying to apply a shell balance in reaction engineering and what are you applying it to? The chemical species which are consumed in a reactor with a specified geometry (ie, plug-flow, cstr, etc)?

I think your initial question is too broad to give any meaningful assistance. If you're stuck in something specific, like a derivation or question, post that here and it'll be easier to help.
 

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