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2.\r\n "Equilibrium reactor" requires one inletmaterial stream, two outlet\r\n material stream (one for liquid and one for vapour)and one energy \r\nstream to be connected to it

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1. In the flow sheet panel, drag and use the"Equilibrium reactor" from the object palette


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1. In the flow sheet panel, drag and use the"Equilibrium reactor" from the object palette

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1. In the flow sheet panel, drag and use the"Equilibrium reactor" from the object palette

2.\r\n "Equilibrium reactor" requires one inletmaterial stream, two outlet\r\n material stream (one for liquid and one for vapour)and one energy \r\nstream to be connected to it

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