CHE 31. 1st Semester AY 2010-2011 FINAL STANDING

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Classcards will be available at the department on 19 October 2010.

Enjoy the semestral break!

MEBAMBASEJR

CHE 31. INTRODUCTION TO CHEMICAL ENGINEERING (Credit: 3 Units)

The course is intended to provide students a clear overview of the field of chemical engineering and introduce them to the elementary principles involved in the analysis of chemical processes with emphasis on material and energy balance calculations as applied to steady-state chemical systems.

Course Prerequisites: CHEM 32 and MATH 37

Professor-in-charge: Manolito E. Bambase Jr.

LECTURE TOPICS

Part 1. Fundamental Concepts in Chemical Engineering Calculations

Lecture 1. Units and Dimensions

Lecture 2. Regression and Nonlinear Axes

Lecture 3. Fundamental Process Variables

Lecture 4. The Chemical Equation and Stoichiometry

Part 2. Gasses and Phase Equilibrium

Lecture 5. Ideal Gas Calculations

Lecture 6. Real Gas Relationships

Lecture 7. Vapor-Liquid Equilibria

Part 3. Material Balances

Lecture 8. The Balance Concept

Lecture 9. Solving Material Balance Problems Involving Non-Reactive Processes

Lecture 10. Solving Material Balance Problems Involving Reactive Processes

Lecture 11. Combustion Processes

Lecture 12. Recycle, Bypass, and Purge Calculations

Part 4. Energy Balances

Lecture 13. Concepts and Units

Lecture 14. Calculation of Enthalpy Changes

Lecture 15. Solving Energy Balance Problems Involving Non-Reactive Processes

Lecture 16. Solving Energy Balance Problems Involving Reactive Processes

REFERENCES

1. Elementary Principles of Chemical Processes (3rd Edition) by RM Felder and RW Rousseau

2. Basic Principles and Calculations in Chemical Engineering (7th Edition) by DM Himmelblau and JB Riggs

3. (FREE!) Wikibooks - Introduction to Chemical Engineering Processes

Section W | Section X

Classcards will be available at the department on 19 October 2010.

Enjoy the semestral break!

MEBAMBASEJR

CHE 31. INTRODUCTION TO CHEMICAL ENGINEERING (Credit: 3 Units)

The course is intended to provide students a clear overview of the field of chemical engineering and introduce them to the elementary principles involved in the analysis of chemical processes with emphasis on material and energy balance calculations as applied to steady-state chemical systems.

Course Prerequisites: CHEM 32 and MATH 37

Professor-in-charge: Manolito E. Bambase Jr.

LECTURE TOPICS

Part 1. Fundamental Concepts in Chemical Engineering Calculations

Lecture 1. Units and Dimensions

Lecture 2. Regression and Nonlinear Axes

Lecture 3. Fundamental Process Variables

Lecture 4. The Chemical Equation and Stoichiometry

Part 2. Gasses and Phase Equilibrium

Lecture 5. Ideal Gas Calculations

Lecture 6. Real Gas Relationships

Lecture 7. Vapor-Liquid Equilibria

Part 3. Material Balances

Lecture 8. The Balance Concept

Lecture 9. Solving Material Balance Problems Involving Non-Reactive Processes

Lecture 10. Solving Material Balance Problems Involving Reactive Processes

Lecture 11. Combustion Processes

Lecture 12. Recycle, Bypass, and Purge Calculations

Part 4. Energy Balances

Lecture 13. Concepts and Units

Lecture 14. Calculation of Enthalpy Changes

Lecture 15. Solving Energy Balance Problems Involving Non-Reactive Processes

Lecture 16. Solving Energy Balance Problems Involving Reactive Processes

REFERENCES

1. Elementary Principles of Chemical Processes (3rd Edition) by RM Felder and RW Rousseau

2. Basic Principles and Calculations in Chemical Engineering (7th Edition) by DM Himmelblau and JB Riggs

3. (FREE!) Wikibooks - Introduction to Chemical Engineering Processes