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living with the lab

living with the lab

Class Problem

Assume that your fishtank system has a setpoint of 0.09% NaCl. Your instructor comes by your table and upsets your system by adding a good dose of DI water. The conductivity circuit returns an analog output that corresponds to a salinity of 0.04% NaCl (which is below LCL).

What is the target concentration if you have a gain of 0.80 (80%)?

Using this gain, how much salty water (1% NaCl) should be added?

How long should you leave the valve open if the flow rate is 0.2L/min?

Recommended assumptions:

The water leaves at the overflow is a mixture of water from the salty tank and the fishtank.

The most salty the overflow water can be is 1% NaCl, and the least salty it can be is 0.04% NaCl. Assume that 15% of the overflow water is 1% NaCl and that the rest is 0.04% NaCl.

Neglect density differences between incoming and outgoing water; that is, the mass of water that comes in from the salty tank is equal to the mass of water that leaves through the overflow.

© 2012 David Hall

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living with the lab

living with the lab

Find Mass of Water in Fishtank:

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living with the lab

living with the lab

Determine Target Concentration of Water in Tank:

If the initial concentration if 0.04% NaCl, the setpoint is 0.09% NaCl and the gain is 0.80, then the target is . . .

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living with the lab

living with the lab

Draw System Inputs and Outputs (batch process):

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living with the lab

living with the lab

Overall Mass Balance:

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living with the lab

Water Mass Balance:

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living with the lab

living with the lab

Salt Mass Balance:

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living with the lab

Time to Leave Valve Open: