batch distillation


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batch distillation

[′bach dis·tə′lā·shən]
(chemical engineering)
Distillation where the entire batch of liquid feed is placed into the still at the beginning of the operation, in contrast to continuous distillation, where liquid is fed continuously into the still.
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Each bottle is made by batch distillation conducted in traditional copper stills, resulting in a refreshing, one-of-a-kind taste that is distinctly Brockmans.
For graduate and undergraduate students, researchers, and practitioners in chemical engineering, Illinois-based chemical engineer Diwekar examines batch distillation, which she says tends to be mentioned only briefly in the technical literature devoted mostly to continuous distillation.
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Now, as companies focus more of their business on high-value-added specialty products, an increasing number of firms are seeking to achieve the benefits of simulation in batch distillation -- a unit operation frequently used in the production of such products.
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The superpremium vodka benefits from the production process of continuous distillation and small batch distillation.
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