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    Concept of CSTR

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    A lagoon is to be designed to accommodate an input flow of 0.10 m^3/s of nonconservative pollutant with concentration 30.0mg/L and reaction rate 0.20/day. The effluent from the lagoon must have pollutant concentration of less than 10.0mg/L. Assuming complete mixing, how large must the lagoon be?

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    Let C1 be the concentration (mg/L) of the stream coming in the lagoon.
    Let C be the concentration (mg/L) of the stream coming out of the lagoon.

    Let V1 be the volumetric ...

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