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## Area of ​​Expertise - technical chemistry

The cascade model is a model for describing real chemical reactors, in which the real reactor as a series (cascade) of a number $N$ The prerequisite for the cascade model is that all stirred tank reactors have the same, unchangeable reaction volume and that back-mixing between the individual stirred tank reactors is excluded. The flow behavior of the stirred tank cascade depends on the number $N$ of the stirred tank reactors and moves between the extreme cases ideal stirred tank reactor (for $N=1$) and ideal flow tube (for $N→∞$).