A reactor-separator recycle system is studied. The unreacted feed and intermediate reactants leaving the reactor are separated from the final products of the reaction and are recycled. An influence of the parameters on temperature multiplicity of steady states has been studied. A plug-flow reactor in which the second-order reaction A+B-2C proceed with complete utilization of the feed reactants A and B is shown to be characterized by a family of steady states in which the concentrations of reactants and temperature in the reactor can take an infinite of steady-state values lying within a bounded region (interval). © 2005 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.
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