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Temperature Control of Chemical Reactor

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Publish time:07-23-2021
****What is a chemical reactor? -A chemical reactor is an enclosed volume in which a chemical reaction takes place. -The chemical and materials industries use reactor in all plants to convert basic raw material into products. -The production of ammonia fertiliser to grow our good uses chemical reactors that consume hydrogen and nitrogen. Here's I explain the temperature control of a chemical reactor which is an enclosed volume in which a chemical reaction takes place. In chemical engineering, it is generally understood to be a process vessel used to carry out a chemical reaction, which is one of the classic unit operations in chemical process analysis. To maintain a set temperature at a specific set point temperature control loop is important. Maintain temperature is in the jacket. A steam-heated “jacket” envelops the reactor vessel, transferring heat from the steam into the chemical solution inside.
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