GATE CH Question Paper 2008.
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In a countercurrent gas absorber, both the operating and equilibrium relations arc linear. The inlet liquid composition and the ecit gas composition are maintained constant. In order to increasc the absorption factor
(A) the liquid flow rate should decrease
(B) the gas flow rate should increase
(C) the slope of the equilibrium line should nCICaSC
(D) the slope of the equilibrium line should decrease
For the case of single lump-sum capital expenditure of Rs. 10 crores which generates a constant annual cash flow of Rs. 2 crores in each subsequent year, the payback period (in years), lithe scrap value of the capital outlay is zero is
(A) 10 (8)20 (C) I (D)5 \
An ideal flash vaporization is carried out with a binary mixture at Constant temperature and pressure. A process upset leads to an increase in the mole fraction of the heavy component in the feed. The flash vessel continues to operate at the previous temperature and pressure and still produces liquid and vapor. After steady state is re-established,
(A) the amount of vapor produced will increase
(B) the amount of liquid produced will decrease
(C) the new equilibrium compositions of the vapor and liquid products will be ditTerent
(D) the new equilibrium compositions of the vapor and liquid products will remain as they were before the upset occurred