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Cme 312 - Material and Energy Balance

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CME 312 Material and Energy Balance Required Course Instructor Dr William Calvo Website none Course Goals Introduction to analysis of chemical processes using the laws of conservation and energy as they apply to non reacting and reacting systems Integration of the concepts of equilibrium in physicochemical systems and utilization of basic principles of thermodynamics Numerical methods used in the design and optimization of chemical engineering processes Solution of complex chemical engineering problems 3 credits Pre or Corequisite s ESG 111 CHE 132 134 AMS 261 CME 304 minimum of B in CME 304 Text s Richard M Felder and Ronald W Rousseau Elementary Principles of Chemical Processes 3rd edition 1999 John Wiley Sons Inc Class Laboratory Schedule Fall Lecture Thursday 6 20 9 10 pm Topics Covered Week 1 Basic engineering calculations Week 2 Introduction to process and process variables mass composition temperature pressure Week 3 Concepts of steady state recycle purge limited conversion yield selectivity Fundamental of material balance Week 4 Single phase systems Single component vapor pressure using Clausius Clapeyron Equation Antoine Equation Week 5 Behavior and description of systems Quiz 1 Week 6 Understand multi component systems vapor liquid equilibrium Roult s Law and Henry s Law Week 7 Set up and solve steady state mass balance problem Week 8 Review Make up Midterm Week 9 Fundamentals of energy balances Week 10 Energy balance on closed systems Week 11 Energy balance on open systems Quiz 2 Week 12 Energy balance on non reactive processes Week 13 Set up and solve steady state energy balance problem Week 14 Block flow diagram construction for a chemical process Week 15 Review Make up Final Exam Contribution of course to meet professional component Relationship of course to program outcomes CTPC 3a k Outcomes A Ability to apply knowledge of math engineering and science B Ability to design and conduct experiments analyze data C Ability to design system component or



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