Process engineering is the most vital part of chemical engineering. It involves understanding setting up and controlling physical and chemical processes troubleshooting and optimizing their outcomes and estimating all costs included in doing so. Process engineering has evolved to a modern field that include the traditional fields of chemical engineering with the addition of simulation tools [computational chemistry, CFD and process simulation. This course includes all the important elements of process engineering and the most important modern approaches for optimization of processes.
Who should take this course
Chemists, chemical engineers, industrial engineers, process engineers technicians that aim at maximizing their knowledge on the subject. Academic that aim at learning about process engineering. Chemists, chemical engineers industrial engineers process engineers that are looking for an understanding of how novel tools are used in process engineering.
Introduction to process engineering. Mass balances Heat balances. Momentum balances Reactor types. Tanks Pipes Columns P& IDs Flow charts. Thermodynamics Essentials Kinetics Essentials Properties of chemical compounds and mixtures. Computational chemistry example [HyperChem] Mass transfer Heat transfer. Conductivity Mechanisms. Heat exchangers, Design Operation Classification. Maintenance and inspection Steam reboilers Condensers Industrial Furnaces Insulation. Fluid Flows Single phase Multi-phase. Single component Multi component Equilibrium of flows. Enthalpy vs Entropy CFD tools and case study [SimScale or other] Friction and losses Transport phenomena diagrams Bernoulli theorem Advanced energetic calculations. Chemical Reactors Types [CSTR PFR] Ideal vs non ideal Industrial reactors Reaction kinetics. Reaction Thermodynamics Catalytic reactions Mechanisms of catalytic and multi-step reactions Reaction paths & reaction path diagrams. Separation Processes Adsorption. Computational Chemistry case study [HyperChem] Absorption Extraction Solvent types Chromatography. Process Control Flow charts Sensors and Detectors Temperature Flow Pressure Level Energy/Enthalpy Others. Analogue and digital controllers. Feedforward control Feedback control Cascade control P& IDs Types of response systems. The use of mathematical modelling in Process control Mathematical modelling vs Process simulation. Accuracy vs response times Hydraulic vs Electrohydraulic systems Inspection importance. Distillation Principles Columns Design operation troubleshooting. Pressure vessels Economics of process engineering. Preliminary economic analysis. Cost indexes. Process simulation vs Experience. Break even analysis. Fixed and variable costs. Capital and operational costs. Annual costs.
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