For the propylene-propane separation using distillation column, using the followingthermodynamic properties and the relations given in the table, calculate:(a) the condenser duty, QC;(b) the reboiler duty, OR.Phase Enthalpy (h) Entropy (s) FlowratesStreamFeed (F)Overhead vapor (OV)Distillate (D) and Reflux (R)Bottoms (B)15,52828,40013,45615,239kJ/kmol-K Kmol/h3.2825.68-14.22-2.45268.8L178.2108

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For the propylene-propane separation using distillation column, using the following
thermodynamic properties and the relations given in the table, calculate:
(a) the condenser duty, QC;
(b) the reboiler duty, OR.
Phase Enthalpy (h) Entropy (s) Flowrates
Stream
Feed (F)
Overhead vapor (OV)
Distillate (D) and Reflux (R)
Bottoms (B)
15,528
28,400
13,456
15,239
kJ/kmol-K Kmol/h
3.28
25.68
-14.22
-2.45
268.8
L
178.2
108
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For the propylene-propane separation using distillation column, using the following thermodynamic properties and the relations given in the table, calculate: (a) the condenser duty, QC; (b) the reboiler duty, OR. Phase Enthalpy (h) Entropy (s) Flowrates Stream Feed (F) Overhead vapor (OV) Distillate (D) and Reflux (R) Bottoms (B) 15,528 28,400 13,456 15,239 kJ/kmol-K Kmol/h 3.28 25.68 -14.22 -2.45 268.8 L 178.2 108

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