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dc.contributor.authorNguyễn, Chí Thuần-
dc.contributor.authorNguyễn, Quang Long-
dc.contributor.authorHoàng, Ngọc Hà-
dc.description.abstractAs usual, industrial process systems operate far from (stable) equilibrium. Under practical conditions when putting the system back in equilibrium, this gives rise to the loss o f energy (or certain generalized energy). Following the second law o f thermodynamics, an irreversibleprocess generates entropy. On the basis o f this property, we propose an approach that allows to investigate quantitatively the amount o f (generalized) energy’lost when the system reaches equilibrium. A liquid phase reactor modelled with the CSTR (continuous stirred tank reactor) in which the acid-catalyzed hydration o f 2-3-epoxy-l- propanol to glycerol subject to steady state multiplicity takes place is used to illustrate the
dc.relation.ispartofseriesCan Tho University;March 2016, tr128-138-
dc.titleOn the Dissipation and Its Relation to Irreversible Processesvi
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