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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In many works, simple batch distillation has been used to fractionate shale oils to narrow boiling range fractions and it has been attempted to calculate average boiling points of fractions as arithmetic averages of the initial and final temperatures of the thermometer during fraction collection [12, 13].
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is technique is used throughout the oil and gas industries - trainees will initially use it to separate methanol water mixtures to learn about continuous and batch distillation.
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"Gin is primarily made by adding flavouring agents during a continuous process, whereas malt whisky uses batch distillation and has to mature for long periods.
Batch distillation; simulation, optimal design, and control, 2d ed.
From Batch distillation stills of 2,500 Barrels Per Day (BPD), today it has grown into a modern state-of-the-art refinery with a capacity of 42,000 BPD.
Seborg, Estimating product composition profiles in batch distillation via partial lest squares regression, Control Engineering Practice, 2004, pp.
Diwekar, U.; Batch Distillation. Simulation, Optimal and Design Control.
Now in its second edition, this classic textbook for the study of mass transfer operations has been revised to include new information on vital topics such as membrane separations, ion exchange, multistage batch distillation and chromatography.