Both types can be used as continuous reactors or batch reactors. Most commonly, reactors are run at steady-state, but can also be operated in a transient state. When a reactor is first brought back into operation (after maintenance or inoperation) it would be considered to be in a transient state, where key process variables change with time. Both types of reactors may also accommodate one or more solids (reagents,catalyst, or inert materials), but the reagents and products are typically liquids and gases.
Such a device used to transfer heat from one fluid to another without direct contact of the fluids. Heat exchangers usually maximize the transfer of heat by maximizing the contact surface area between fluids, as when the warmer fluid is passed through a series of coils or thin plates.
There are three main basic models used to estimate the most important process variables of different chemical reactors:
Furthermore, catalytic reactors require separate treatment, whether they are batch, CST, or PF reactors, as the many assumptions of the simpler models are not valid.
A chemical reactor, typically tubular reactor, could be a packed bed. The packing inside the bed may have catalyst to catalyze the chemical reaction. A chemical reactor may also be a fluidized bed; see Fluidized bed reactor.
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