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This week, your task is to design an experiment for the Gas Permeation system. You must use your knowledge of chemical engineering and your resources to: 1. Perform a mass balance for one set of data. Calculate the molar flow rate for each component and the non-permeate and permeate streams. 2. Calculate flux, stage cut, percent recovery, and separation factor. Include relevant graphs for the permeate and non-permeate data (such as: total permeate flux versus stage cut, percent oxygen recovery versus operating pressure, separation factor versus stage cut, etc.) 3. Calculate the separation factors for each stage and for the two-, three-, and four-module system. Compare the counter-current data (stages 1 & 3) to the cocurrent data (stages 2 & 4). 4. Calculate the mole percent of oxygen and nitrogen in the feed stream and compare this with literature values for air.

This week, your task is to design an experiment for the Gas Permeation system. You must use your knowledge of chemical engineering and your resources to:
1.    Perform a mass balance for one set of data. Calculate the molar flow rate for each component and the non-permeate and permeate streams.
2.    Calculate flux, stage cut, percent recovery, and separation factor.  Include relevant graphs for the permeate and non-permeate data (such as: total permeate flux versus stage cut, percent oxygen recovery versus operating pressure, separation factor versus stage cut, etc.)
3.    Calculate the separation factors for each stage and for the two-, three-, and four-module system. Compare the counter-current data (stages 1 & 3) to the cocurrent data (stages 2 & 4).

4.    Calculate the mole percent of oxygen and nitrogen in the feed stream and compare this with literature values for air.

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