CHEMICAL PROCESS PRINCIPLES– II

Semester IIIComments Off on CHEMICAL PROCESS PRINCIPLES– II

Credit hours:3(3-0)

Prerequisites: Chemical Process Calculations-I

Objectives of the course:

To develop understanding of material and energy balance calculations in Chemical Engineering.

Course Outline:

Concepts of Energy balance. Balances with reaction: Mass and energy balances for reacting systems. Balances for combustion processes. Environmental balances. Sub-systems and interconnections. Concept of integrated pollution control. Case studies on balances for a selection of important industrial processes. Efficiency and conversion. Standard states. Temperature dependence. Heat Effects. Application of Computers in stoichiometric calculations.

Simultaneous mass and energy balances. Temperature and pressure dependence. Balances for condensing systems. Dynamic balances.

Text and references:

  1. Himmelblau David M. “Basic Principles and Calculations in Chemical Engineering”. 7th 2003. Prentice Hall PTR
  1. Felder Richard M., Rousseau Ronald W. “Elementary Principles of Chemical Processes” 3rd 2001. John Wiley & Sons.
  1. Reklaitis G.V., Schneider Daniel R. “Introduction to Material and Energy Balances” 1983. John Wiley & Sons.
  1. Hougen Olaf A., Watson Kenneth M. “Chemical Processes Principles”. 2004,

John Wiley and Sons & CBS Publishers.

  1. Chopy & Hicks, “Handbook of Chemical Engineering Calculations”, 2nd 1994 McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing.

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