batch reactor


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batch reactor

[′bach rē‚ak·tər]
(chemical engineering)
A chemical reactor in which the reactants and catalyst are introduced in the desired quantities and the vessel is then closed to the delivery of additional material.
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Continuous processing really comes into its own with those types of reaction that are difficult or dangerous to do in batch reactors. The most obvious example would be energetic chemistry, as it is unwise to use large quantities of explosives in a batch reactor.
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One of the key objectives of pH control in the batch reactor was to maintain the pH of reactor at the desired set point, (pHspt).
Michelman has also installed a new 400 kg pilot batch reactor and state-of-the-art testing equipment at the Center that are used to help customers accelerate the concept-to-commercialization cycle.
With the help of a Sequencing Batch Reactor (SBR) technology, Maynilad was able to build an STP despite the small land area available for use in this densely populated area.
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Originally announced in May 2011, the project involves the construction of a two-storey sequential batch reactor plant in the disused Wellington Dock, as well as upgrades to the existing works in the adjacent Sandon Dock to the north of Liverpool city centre.
The recipe used in illustrating the model trends in a batch reactor and in a train of CSTRs is shown in Table 1.
Tantalus Vineyards installed a sequencing batch reactor (SBR) last year as part of the development of a new, 13,000-square-foot winery building that's seeking LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certification.