Answer to Question #216693 in Chemical Engineering for Waj

Question #216693
Blue water gas is obtained by passing steam over red hot carbon enriched
coal (coke). The gas is called "blue" water gas because of its blue flame, a characteristic of the combustion CO. A typical composition shows 4.7% CO2, 41% CO, 49% H2, 0.8% CH4, and 4.5% N2. If the blue water gas at 30 deg C, 700 torrs and 93% RH is burned in wet air, 38% in excess, supplied at the same condition as BWG with 85% RH, calculte
A.) Orsat analysis of the stack gas if the molar ratio of CO2 to CO is 1:8 and H2 to CO is 1:4
B.) GCV of BWG
C.) % Calorific value lost due to sensible heat
D.) Thermal Efficiency
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