General Chemistry CHEM 1310
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Date Created: 11/02/15
ChBE 2100 Chemical Process Principles required course Credit Hours 303 Course Prerequisites Chem 1310 General Chemistry Minimum grade of C Math 1502 Calculus 11 Minimum grade of C Catalog Description Material and energy balances for singlephase and multiphase processes common to chemical engineering Phase equilibrium and analysis of reacting systems Textbook Felder amp Rousseau Elementary Principles of Chemical Processes John Wiley amp Sons Inc 3rd Edition Course Objective Teach the fundamental aspects of chemical engineering problem solving and provide the foundation for all subsequent chemical engineering courses Learning Outcomes At the end of this course students should be able to 1 Identify and understand the unit operations involved in a process draw owcharts and develop relationships between process variables 2 Perform simple degreeoffreedom analysis to identify the number of unknowns relating to mass mass ow rate composition and energy and develop the linearly independent mass and energy balances needed to determine unknown quantities 3 Solve for the unknown variables using fundamental laws empirical relationships and available data 4 Write simple phase equilibrium relationships e g Raoult s and Henry s laws and use phase diagrams 5 Extract data for pure compounds and mixtures from tables charts graphs or phase diagrams and estimate these through theoretical or empirical equations 6 Apply the ideal gas rule and equations of state for real gases 7 Use solubility data miscibility charts and phase relationships to calculate equilibrium 1 quot39 of quot391 39 malt l systems 8 Apply the First Law of Thermodynamics to perform energy balances on steadystate nonreactive and reactive processes 9 Determine enthalpy and internal energy changes associated with changes in temperature pressure mixing phase change and chemical reaction from appropriate heat capacities heats of solution latent heats and heats of formation or combustion Solve materials and energy balances simultaneously on chemical process systems Extract thermodynamic information from Steam Tables Illustrate applicability of mass and energy balances to biological systems Work as a team with classmates to perform an engineering case study and present the results in written and oral form D ID ID ID I WNt O
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