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<emphasis role="bold">THERMODYNAMIC ANALYSIS OF PROCESSES</emphasis>
<emphasis role="bold">THERMODYNAMIC ANALYSIS OF PROCESSES</emphasis>Real irreversible processes can be subjected to thermodynamic analysis. The goal is to calculate the efficiency of energy use or production and to show how wasted energy is apportioned among the steps of a process. The treatment here is limited to steady-state steady-flow processes, because of their predominance in chemical technology.
<emphasis role="bold">CALCULATION OF IDEAL WORK</emphasis> In any steady-state steady-flow process
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