Material balance

A dilute salt solution containing 6% salt is fed to an evaporator at rate of 10000 kg/h for a trail run. crystals formed along with the saturated solution adhering with them are sent to a centrifuge for the recovery of the solution. 60% of the adhering solution is recovered. It is found that the saturated solution tgat is withdrawn from the evaporator is 850 kg and that is recovered by centrifuging is 200 kg. the crystals are drued to drive off tge remaining water. the dry crystals obtained weighted 360 kg . determine the following: (a) the solubility of salt in lg salt/100 kg water. (b) the mass of salt crystallized in evaporator (c) the amount of water evaporated in the evaporator (d ) the amount of water removed in the drier.

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