examine how the dispersion coefficient changes with the adsorption equilibrium constant.

A model for chromatographic separation: a case-study problem. An important application of Taylor dispersion is in chromatography. Here pulses of a mixture of solutes are introduced into one end of a packed-bed reactor containing an adsorbent and washed through the bed with a solvent. Since different species adsorb and diffuse at different rates, we obtain a separation. The axial dispersion will often interfere in the separation (it causes a pulse broadening). Your goal is to set up a model for chromatographic processes wherein you should include the adsorption on the solids as an additional term. You can examine how the dispersion coefficient changes with the adsorption equilibrium constant.

set up and solve a case-study example of the light-intensity distribution in a photochemical reactor.

Photochemical reactor modeling: a case-study problem. Although radiation is important in heat transfer, an analogous model can be used in the design of photochemical reactors. The modeling of these reactors….

Write a critique on this technique of secondary-emission measurement.

Secondary-emission measurement: a case-study problem. An indirect way of measuring of secondary emission from ponds or large bodies of water used in waste treatment is to measure the concentration and….

set up a mass transfer model and evaluate the variation of the local mass transfer coefficient at various locations in the plate.

Chemical vapor deposition (CVD) on an inclined susceptor: a case-study problem. An important application of convective mass transfer theory is in CVD processes employed to coat surfaces with thin films….