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CHE 351

Chemical Engineering Process Analysis I

Introduction to chemical engineering and the basic operations of industries. Introduction to process calculations. Important chemical and physio-chemical data for process analysis. Chemical reactions and industrial stoichiometry. Techniques for solving problems and simple mathematical tools required. Principles of conservation of matter and its application to industrial process – material balances. Use of direct solution and substitution. Algebraic techniques for solving material balance problems. Recycle, bypass and purge streams. Properties of fluids and solids and relevant material balances. Principles of conservation of energy and applications to simple industrial process – energy balances. Enthalpy changes with and without phase changes

Course Code
CHE 351
Department
Chemical Engineering
Campus
Sumas University
Level
300 Level, Undergraduate
Instructor
Sumas University Lecturer
Semester
First Semester
Credit
2 Units
Method
Lecture