Fractionator(s) required for separating binary azeotropic mixture is
Explanation: Azeotropes has the same boiling point so for effective separation of two mixture we need additional fractionator since the vapour.
Process mainly involved in Azeotropic separation is
Explanation: Decantation is the process of separating the two solutions by precipitation or other. The decanted products are sent to the other fractionator.
The second fractionator tower is applicable for stripping process alone.
Explanation: Yes. On the second fractionator the more volatile components gets transferred from condensed liquid to the reboiler vapour.
Condenser required for rectifying binary Azeotropic mixture is
Explanation: Since the distillate vapour from the fractionator are sent to the same condenser used for the first for minimizing the fixed cost.
If the distillate has composition of azeotrope and the residue has rich phase of one component. Then the azeotropic mixture is a
Explanation: Minimum boiling mixture is the mixture where the high volatile component goes to the distillate and other comes to residue.
Distillate from the first fractionator should be ______ bubble point.
Explanation: If the distillate is above bubble point then the vapour gets loss from the decanter.
The method applicable for Azeotropic rectification is
Explanation: Rectification of azeotropes is based on enthalpy data so Ponchon Savorit method is preferred.
For the azeotropic rectification which, of the following is applicable?
Explanation: Since if the internal reflux ratio is increased the vapours will get loss. The vapour loss will affect the separation.
For the maximum boiling mixture the residue has the azeotropic mixture.
Explanation: Since the maximum boiling mixture is for low volatile component it will comes to the residue and separated by adding other component.
To prevent the composition change the vapour should not gets loss from the decanter.
Explanation: If the vapour gets loss it will affect the compositions of the residue.