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Conversion of Sensible Heat to Latent Heat

When we raise the top reflux rate to our preflash tower, the tower-top temperature goes down. This is a sign that we are washing out from the upflowing vapors more of the heavier or higher-molecular-weight components in the overhead product. … Continue reading

24. January 2020 by Jack
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Sensible Heat

The amount of heat absorbed or lost by a substance that causes a change in the temperature of the substance is sensible heat. It is called sensible heat because it can be measured by the change in temperature it causes. … Continue reading

12. September 2009 by Jack
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