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LESSON PLAN FACULTY OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING

CHE 531 UNIVERSITI TEKNOLOGI MARA


CHEMICAL PROCESS PRINCIPLES II
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1.0 COURSE INFORMATION

COURSE NAME : CHEMICAL PROCESS PRINCIPLES II


COURSE CODE : CHE 531
PROGRAM : EH220
SEMESTER : 3
CREDIT HOURS : 3.0
CONTACT HOURS : 4.0
COURSE STATUS : CORE
PRE-REQUISITE : CHEMICAL PROCESS PRINCIPLES I

2.0 SYNOPSIS
This course is a continuation of Chemical Process Principle I. The students are exposed to
advanced material and energy balance concepts to solve problems of unit operations in
chemical processing for both steady and unsteady state systems. The students are also
exposed to the application of specific chemical engineering software to solve material and
energy balances.

3.0 OBJECTIVES
Upon completion of this course, students should be able to:

1. Ability to employ and solve material and energy balances on non-reactive


processes.
2. Ability to employ and solve material and energy balances on reactive
processes.
3. Ability to formulate and solve material and energy balances to processes that
are in transient state.

4.0 METHODS OF INSTRUCTION


Lecture and tutorial
Lecture : 3 hrs/wk
Tutorial : 1 hrs/wk
LESSON PLAN FACULTY OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING
CHE 531 UNIVERSITI TEKNOLOGI MARA
CHEMICAL PROCESS PRINCIPLES II
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5.0 LESSON PLAN

WEEK DURATION CHAPTER ACTIVITIES

1.0 Introduction to Energy Balance Read Chapter 7:


(Chapter 7) Section 7.1 to 7.6
1.1 Forms of Energy: Heat, Work,
Kinetic, Potential, Enthaply.
1 1 1.2 Energy Balances: Closed Systems and
Open System
1.3 Tables of Thermodynamic Data
1.4 Energy Balance Procedures

2.0 Energy Balance for Non-Reactive System Read Chapter 8:


(Chapter 8) Section 8.1 to 8.5
2.1 Elements of energy balance
calculations
2.2 Procedure for energy balance
calculations
2.3 Changes in pressure at constant
temperature Conduct TEST 1
2.4 Changes in temperature
2.5 Sensible heat and heat capacity (Chapter 7 & 8)
2-6 5 2.6 Balances on phase operations
2.7 Estimation & correlation of latent
heat
2.8 Psychometric chart and Adiabatic
Cooling (8.4a)
2.9 Heats of solution & mixing
2.10 Balances on dissolution & mixing
processes
2.11 Enthalpy – concentration charts –
single liquid phase

3.0 Energy Balances on Reactive Systems Read Chapter 9:


(Chapter 9)
3.1 Heats of reaction Section 9.1 to 9.6
3.2 Heats of formation
3.3 Heats of combustion
7-11 5 3.4 General procedure of energy balance
on reactive systems, Adiabatic
Reactors. (9.5b)
3.5 Thermochemistry of solutions
3.6 Fuels and Combustion (9.6)
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CHE 531 UNIVERSITI TEKNOLOGI MARA
CHEMICAL PROCESS PRINCIPLES II
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WEEK DURATION CHAPTER ACTIVITIES

4.0 Computer software application.


4.1 Balance for reactive system
4.2 Recycle stream and purging

5.0 Unsteady State Material & Energy Read Chapter 11


Balances Section 11.2 to
5.1 General Balance Equation (11.1) 11.4
5.2 Differential & integral material
balances for unsteady state system Conduct TEST 2
12-14 3 5.3 Balances on single well – mixed (Chapter Chapter
process unit 9 & 11)
5.4 Energy balances on single phase
non-reactive processes

REVISION WEEK

6.0 ASSESSMENT

Tests & Assignments : 40%


Final Examination : 60%

7.0 TEXT BOOK

Felder, R.M. & Rousseau, R.W. (2000). Elementary Principles of Chemical


Processes, 3rd Edition, New York: John Wiley & Sons.

8.0 REFERENCES
Himmelblau, D.M. & Riggs, J.B. (2004). Basic Principles and calculations in
Chemical Engineering, 7th Edition, New York: Pearson Education International.

Smith, J.M., Van Ness, H.C. & Abbot, M.M. (1996). Introduction to Chemical
Engineering Thermodynamics, 5th Edition, New York: McGraw Hill.

Perry, R.H., Green, D.W. & Maloney, J.O. (1997). Perry’s Chemical Engineers
Handbook, 7th Edition, New York: McGraw Hill.
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CHEMICAL PROCESS PRINCIPLES II
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9.0 ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Attendance is compulsory. Students who fail to comply 80% of the attendance will be
barred from taking the final exam. Absence from lecture, tutorial, test, presentation,
etc must be supported by relevant document.

10.0 OTHER INFORMATION/DETAILS

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