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ChE 600 Compiled Reviewers

2nd Term AY 2018-19


Reviewer 2C: Theory

Unit Operations

1. An example of separation by a solid agent is ______.


a. Distillation b. Leaching c. Adsorption d. Absorption e. None of
these

References: Unit Operation Lecture Notes by Prof. Evelyn Laurito

1. All of the following is a type of force involved in momentum balance at steady state except:
a. Body Force b. Pressure c. Friction d. Atmospheric e. None of the Choices
Force Force Force

Reference: (2017). Lecture notes by Engr. Noel Sabarillo in Momentum Transfer

3. In a shell and tube heat exchanger, the Tube side is preferred under these circumstances, except.
A. Streams with low B. Fluids which C. Corrosive D. Stream E. None of the choices
flow rates to obtain are prone to fluids which has an
increased velocities foul inherently low
and turbulence heat transfer
coefficient

Reference: Laurito, E. R. (2017). Shell and tube heat exchanger. Retrieved from Heat
and mass transport lecture notes
4. Which of the choices is not a factor affecting absorptivity(α), reflectivity (ρ) and transmissivity (t)?
A. temperature B. pH C. wavelength D. angle of E. None of the choices
incidence

Reference: Laurito, E. R. (2012). Heat Transfer by Radiation. Retrieved from Transport


Phenomena lecture notes
5. What is the most accurate law for estimating the power?
A. Rittinger’s Law B. Bond’s C. Kick’s D. Jame’s E. None of the
Law Law Law choices

Reference: Divine Sumalinog (2018). Energy Requirement. Retrieved from Partech


lecture notes

1. This is the maximum amount of solute that can be dissolved in a given amount of solvent at a
specified temperature
A. Emissivity B. Saturation C. Solubility D. B and C E. None of
point the choices

2. Which of the following are the assumptions of the Kremser Equation?


I. In each stage, equilibrium can’t be attained.
II. Some constant flow rates of L and V exist.
III. Equilibrium or composition relation of the products connected to the constant L and V
rate for any stage n is given by the equation: 𝑥 =

A. I only B. I and II C. I and III D. All of the E. None of the


above Choices

3. Which is not a characteristic of a Free Settling?


A. Particles B. Free settling C. Its fall is not D. Particles have E. None of the
settle at a velocity is the affected by sufficient Choices
lower rate terminal other distance from
velocity particles the container
and other
particles

4. It is a kind of fluid in which the shear stress is linearly related to the rate of angular deformation
or the shear strain.

A. Sutherland B. Newtonian C. Bingham fluid D. Andrade fluid E. None of the


fluid fluid choices

5. The design of a drier is not affected by ___________.

A. Temperature B. Diffusion C. Air velocity D. Slab Thickness E. None of


these

REFERENCES

- Heat and Mass Transfer PDF Lecture Notes by Prof. Evelyn Laurito, PhD
- Notes and lecture of Partech by Engr. Sumalinog (2018-2019)
- Lecture notes of Momentra by Dean Philip Marcelo
- Separation Process by Engr. Basil James Santos
- Transport Phenomena lecture notes by Prof. Evelyn Laurito, PhD

TRANSPORT PROCESSES

1. It is a type of transport mechanism wherein transport occurs due to difference in


velocities.

A. Momentum B. Mass C. Heat D. Momentum E. None of


Transport Transport Transport Transfer these

Reference: Transport Lecture Notes- Prof. Evelyn Laurito

MOMENTUM TRANSFER

1. Super-sonic flow occurs when the mach number is ________


A. Between 6 and B. Between 1 and C. Less than 1 D. Greater E. None of these
10 5 than 10

Reference: A. (2016, February 08). Fluid Mechanics – Multiple Choice Questions and Answers (MCQ).
Retrieved March 7, 2019, from http://scholarexpress.com/fluid-mechanics-multiple-choice-questions-
and-answers-mcq/

HEAT AND MASS TRANSFER

1. It is defined as the conversion of a dilute solution to a more concentrated solution. It


requires the use of a heating medium which is usually steam.
A. Condensation B. Evaporation C. Precipitation D. Sublimation E. None of
these

Reference: Hematra Notes of Ma’am Laurito

SEPARATION PROCESSES
1. A component in a liquid solution is separated through contact with a selective liquid
solvent.
A. Leaching B. Distillation C. Gas Absorption D. Leaching E. None of these

Reference: Sepro notes of Ma’am Jhuli

PARTICULATE TECHNOLOGY

1. It is the tendency for the particles in suspension to settle out of the fluid in which they
are entrained, and come to rest against a barrier.
A. Sedimentation B. Centrifugation C. Distillation D. Crystallization E. None of these

Reference: ChE 512 Notes- Engr. Divine Sumalinog

TRANSPORT PHENOMENA

_______ is the transfer of energy by conduction and radiation in moving fluid media. The motion of
fluid is an essential part of this heat transfer.
A. Absorption B. Convection C. Condensation D. Diffusion E. None of these

References

1. Perry’s Chemical Engineers’ Handbook, 8th edition

HEAT AND MASS TRANSFER

What type of heat exchanger that is made of concentric pipes where cold and hot liquid flows through
the tube or the annulus. In addition, its fluid flow could be counter or parallel flow.
A. Shell and Tube B. Double pipe C. U-tube Heat D. Straight Tube E. None of these
Heat Exchanger Heat Exchanger Exchanger Heat Exchanger

References

1. Retrieved March 08, 2019, from


(Heat and Mass Transfer) Class Lecture – Discussion prepared by Engr. Evelyn Laurito
MOMENTUM TRANSFER

The apparent viscosity of fluids indirectly proportional to the shearing rate. It is also called shear
thinning fluids.
A. Non- B. Dilatant C. Bingham Plastic D. Pseudoplastic E. None of these
Newtonian Fluids

References

1. Momentum Transfer Lecture Notes by Prof. Philipina Marcelo Ph.D.

SEPARATION PROCESS

It is a type of separation process by force field or gradient wherein a liquid feed is separated into its
components by using an electrical force field and membrane.
A. Electrodialysis B. Electrolysis C. Electrophoresis D. Electroporation E. None of these

References

1. INTRODUCTION TO SEPARATION PROCESSES by Engr. Jhulimar Castro (lecture)

PARTICLE TECHNOLOGY

It is the maximum clear space between the edges of the screen opening.
A. Mesh B. Mesh C. Aperture D. Standard E. None of
number of the Sieve the above
screen

References

1. ChE 512: Introduction to Particle Technology Lecture of Ma’am Divine Sumalinog

1. The ______ is vital in knowing how objects moving at a given speed compare with the speed
of sound in the same medium.
A. Reynolds B. Mach C. Compressibility D. Bulk E. None
Number Number Modulus of
these

Reference: Lecture notes on Momentum Transfer prepared by Prof. Philipina A. Marcelo, PhD
2. Which of the following is the preferred fluid for the tube side in a shell and tube heat
exchanger?
A. Fluids B. Corrosive C. Toxic D. All of the E. None of
Prone to Fluids Fluids choices these
Fouling

Reference: Lecture Notes by Ma’am Evelyn Laurito

3. The degree of freedom in liquid extraction is equal to

A. 1 B. 2 C. No. of D. No. of E. None of


phases components these

Reference: Exam in Separation Process 2018

4. It is the degree to which a medium allows something, in particular electromagnetic radiation,


to pass through it.

A. Absorptivity B. Transmissivity C. Reflectivity D. Radiativity E. None of


these

Reference: Lecture notes on Transport Phenomena prepared by Dr. Evelyn Laurito

5. It is one of the commonly used methods for size reduction wherein particles scrape against
one another or against a rigid surface.

A. Impact B. Compression C. Attrition D. Shear E. None of


these

Reference: Lecture notes on Introduction to Particulate Technology prepared by Dr. Divine G. Sumalinog

1.Its value should either be less than or greater than one but not equal to or close to one otherwise
the system will not be ideal for distillation.

A.Relative B.Equilibrium C.Boiling Point D.Split Ratio E. None of the


Volatility Constant Ratio choices

2. Which among the choices is under the separation process whose separation mechanism is by using
a solid agent.

A.Adsorption B.Ion Exchange C.Membrane D. A and B E. None of the


Separation choices
Process

3. It is the boundary moisture content of a solid between the constant rate period (CRP) and falling
rate period (FRP).

A. Free Moisture B. Critical C. Equilibrium D. Total Moisture E. None of the


Content Moisture Content Moisture Content Content choices

4. A separation process is a method that separates a mixture or solution of chemical substances into
its constituent components. Phase creation is an example and can be done by:

A. Leaching B. Adsorption C. Distillation D. Centrifugation E. None of the


choices

5. What is the compressibility of an ideal fluid?

A.Infinity B.Zero C.Unity D.Less than that E.None of the


of a real fluid choices

6.This equation describes the flow of a fluid under laminar conditions through a porous media.

A.Kozeny-Karman B.Ruth Equation C.Fanning-Darcy D.Hagen- E.None of the


Equation Equation Poiseuille choices
Equation

7.A dimensionless number which is the ratio of momentum diffusivity to thermal diffusivity.

A.Nusselt Number B.Reynold's C.Prandtl Number D.Rayleigh E.None of the


Number Number choices

8. It is also referred as a “variable area meter” wherein is commonly used in the industry, inexpensive
and accurate.

A. Rotameter B. Venturi Meter C. Orifice Meter D. Pitot Tube E. None of the


choices
9. The economy of an evaporator is influenced by the __________.

A. Feed B. Steam Pressure C. Number of D. Both A and C E. None of the


Temperature Effects choices

10. The monochromatic emissivity of a body is called grey if….

A. Emissivity = 0 B. Emissivity = C.Emissivity = D. Emissivity = E. None of the


same for all Unity different for all choices
wavelengths wavelengths

11. It is a unit operation that involves the conversion of larged sized particles into smaller ones of
desired size and shape.

A. Elutriation B. Classification C. Comminution D. Combination E. None of the


choices

12. A chemical equipment that is used to achieve mass and heat transfer between two fluid phases

A.Distribution B.Packed column C.Wetted column D. CSTR E. None of the


column choices

13. These devices are used to measure the flowrate in a pipe which follows the principle of a decrease
in flow area causes an increase in velocity with a decrease in pressure except

A.Orifice meter B. Nozzle meter C. Venturi meter D. U-tube meter E. None of the
choices

14. The separation mechanisms used to separate a mixture into their constituent component are the
following, except

A.Phase Creation B. Force Field C. Barrier D.Phase Addition E. None of the


choices

15. Which of the following assumptions is true about centrifugal separation?.

A.The liquid B.The liquid carry C. Particles move D.The process E. None of the
moves downward particles at radially happens fast choices
varying velocities enough that time
is neglected
16.In crystallization, the solution must be ____ to produce crystals.

A.Saturated B. Unsaturated C.Supersaturated D.Oversaturated E. None of the


choices

17. Substances containing ____ are often called hygroscopic materials.

A. Bound Water B. Unbound Water C. Free Moisture D. both A and B E. None of the
choices

18. What kind of pump converts the input power to kinetic energy in the liquid by accelerating the
liquid by a revolving device – an impeller?

A. Jet Pumps B. Centrifugal C. D. Rotary Pumps E. None of the


Pumps Electromagnetic choices
Pumps

19. In liquid extraction, a solute (1) and diluent (2) is mixed with solvent (S). The component (2) is
slightly soluble in (S). The resulting extract will be

A. rich in S, poor B. rich in S, rich in C. poor in S, poor D. rich in S, rich in E. None of the
in 1, poor in 2 1, poor in 2 in 1, rich in 2 1, rich in 2 choices

20. A statement that relates the work required for the crushing of solid materials to the product size,
surface area, and the lengths of cracks formed.

A. Bond’s Law B. Rittinger’s Law C. Kick’s Law D. Wiley’s Law E. None of the
choices

21. What parameter is useful for analysing fluid flows where there is an interface between two
different fluids? It is the ratio of the inertial force and the surface tension force.

A. Peclet Number B. Deborah C. Weber Number D. Archimedes E. None of the


Number Number choices

22. As the rate of feed increases, the size reduction ____


A. Increases B. Remains C. Decreases D. Either A or B E. None of the
constant choices

23. What is the basis of equilibrium stage operations?

A. Minimum B. Maximum C. Optimum D. Both B and C E. None of the


Separation Separation Separation choices

24. The flow of compressible fluids (gases) in pipes is practically adiabatic, particularly with heat
insulating walls. However, the flow is _____ in the presence of friction, which turns mechanical energy
irreversibly into heat.

A. Isentropic B. Never C. Isobaric D. Never isobaric E. None of the


isentropic choices

25. What is the common name of the chemical formula of FeSO4•7H2O?

A. Copperas B. Alum C. Sal Soda D. Glauber’s Salt E. None of the


choices

26. A type of body that contains 3 components: emissivity, reflectivity, and transmissivity.

A. Black body B. Non-black body C. Gray body D. Non-gray body E. None of the
choices

References:

[1] Heat and Mass Transfer Lecture, E.R. Laurito

[2] Geankoplis, C. J. (1983). Transport processes and unit operations. Boston: Allyn and Bacon.

[3] Momentum Transfer Lecture Notes, Prof. Philipina A. Marcelo


[4] White, F. M. (1999). Fluid mechanics. Boston, Mass: WCB/McGraw-Hill.

1. If a temperature gradient exists in a continuous substance, heat can flow


unaccompanied by any observable motion of matter. What kind of heat flow is this?
A. Conduction B. Natural C. Forced D. Radiation E. None of
Convection Convection these
2. As the reflux ratio _________, the number of plates _________.
A. Decreases; B. Increases; C. Increases; D. There is no E. None of
Decreases Decreases Increases relation these
3. The rate of extraction is affected by temperature. In most instances, the solubility of
the material which is being extracted will increase with temperature to
A. Increase the B. Give a higher C. Prevention of D. Both a and b E. None of
diffusion rate of extraction enzyme action these
coefficient
4. It represents the total mass transferred to mass transferred by molecular diffusion
A. Reynolds B. Sherwood C. Schmidt D. Nusselt E. None of
Number Number Number Number these
5. When a fluid flows through a reducer in a piping system, the velocity at the outlet end
is ________ the velocity at the inlet.
A. less than B. one-half C. the same as D. more than E. None of
these
6. It is a method of developing the design for a heat exchanger wherein the engineer
assures the existence of an exchanger and makes calculations to determine if the
exchanger would handle the process requirement under reasonable conditions.
A. heat B. rating a heat C. heat D. evaluation of E. None of
exchanger exchanger exchanger heat exchanger these
calculation modeling performance
7. Which zone contains all settleable solids in batch settling?
A. Clear Zone B. Suspension B. Transition D. Compression E. None of
Zone Zone Zone these
8. Which is not true regarding flow meters?
A. Flow meters B. Pressure drop C. It operates on D. Pressure drop E. None of
measure is correlated with a principle that a can be brought these
instantaneous temperature to decrease in flow about
flow rate determine flow area causes an by changes in
rate increase in kinetic energy
velocity and skin friction.
9. A centrifugal basket follows the principle of
A. Stokes B. Newton’s Law C. Kynch Law D. Ruth E. None of
Equation Equation these
10. ________ electrolytes have significant BPR, while ___________ solutions usually
have negligible BPR.
A. Strong, B. Weak, C. Weak, D. Strong, E. None of
Inorganic Organic Organic Organic these

References:
[1, 2] McCabe, W. L., Smith, J. C., & Harriott, P. (1993). Unit operations of chemical
engineering (5th ed.). Boston, MA: McGraw-Hill.
[3, 4] Geankoplis, G. J. (2003). Transport processes and separation process principles
(4th ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Education.
[5,6] S. Olano Jr., V. Bungay, C. Centeno, L. Medina Jr., C. Salazar. Reviewer for
Chemical Engineering Licensure Examination (3rd Edition)
[7,9] Particle Technology Lecture Notes
[8] Momentum Transfer Lecture Notes
[10] Heat and Mass Transfer Lecture Notes

1. (Separation Process) Type of distillation used when the volatility difference between two
components to be separated is so small that a very large number of stages would be required.

A. Extractive B. Multiple Stage C. Single Flash D. Azeotropic E.


Distillation Distillation Distillation Distillation None
of the
choices
2. (Particulate Technology) The sphericity of a cube is
A. Less than 1 B. Greater than 1 C. Equal to 1 D. Greater than 0 E.
None
of the
choices
3. (Heat and Mass Transfer) This operation involves the adding of fresh feed and the withdrawal
of concentrated product from each effect.
A. Feed-forward B. Feed-backward C. Parallel-feed D. Mixed-feed E.
None
of the
choices
4. (Transport Phenomena) Mass transport is usually due to difference in concentration.
Determine the transport rate arrangement of different phase.
A. B. C. D. E.
Solids>Liquids>Gases Gases>Liquids>Solids Liquids>Gases>Solids Gases>Solids>Liquids None
of the
choices
5. (Momentum Transfer) The inability of a fluid to round a 90˚ sharp edged orifice exit tank that
causes a fluid jet to have a smaller diameter than that of the orifice is referred to as
A. Cavitation B. Water hammer C. Vena contracta D. Vorticity E.
effect None
of the
choices

References:

[1] MRII, Reviewer 2018

[2] ChE 512, Lecture Notes by Prof. Lola Domnina B. Pestaño, PhD

[3] ChE 324, Lecture Notes by Prof. Evelyn R. Laurito, Ph.D.

[4] ChE 411, Lecture Notes by Prof. Evelyn R. Laurito, Ph.D.

[5] ChE 412, Preliminary Examination (2017) by Prof. Philipina A. Marcelo, Ph.D.

1. It is the motion through clusters of molecules due to migration.


A. Molecular B. Turbulent C. Laminar D. Transfer E. None of
Transport Transport Transport the choices
2. When the relative volatility of two miscible components is close to 1.00, the
components can be separated by
A. Simple B. Batch C. Extractive D. Low pressure E. None of
fractionation distillation distillation distillation the choices
3. Equivalent diameter of a particle is the diameter of the sphere having the same
A. Ratio of B. Ratio of C. Volume as D. Surface area as E. None of
surface to volume to the particle the particle the choices
volume as surface as
the actual the particle
volume
4. This is described as the separation that involves the transfer between phases.
A. Diffusional B. Mechanical C. Filtration D. Non- E. None of
Operation Operation equidimensional the choices
5. Is defined as the number of independent intensive properties that is fixed in order to
define the equilibrium state of the system.
A. Number of B. Number of C. Phase Rule D. Constancy of E. None of
phases components Properties the choices
6. If a man touches two metals which were kept together at room temperature, why
would one metal feel colder than the other?
A. One has a B. One has a C. One has a D. One has a E. None of
high heat high thermal lower higher heat the choices
transfer conductivity temperature capacity
coefficient
7. With the increase in the temperature, the viscosity of the liquid ___________.
A. Increases B. Decreases C. Remains D. First decreases, E. None of
constant and then the choices
increases
8. Steady flow occurs when the _____________________________.
A. Rate of B. Conditions C. Conditions D. Conditions do E. None of
velocity are the change not change with the choices
change is same at the steadily with time at any
constant adjacent time point
points at any
instant
9. States that the function relationship among q quantities or variables whose units may
be given in terms of u fundamental units or dimensions may be written as (q-u)
dimensionless groups.
A. Buckingham B. Laplace C. Unsteady- D. Laminar flow E. None of
theorem theorem state and boundary the choices
conduction theorem
equation
10. Introduced using a driving force based on the difference between actual composition
and equilibrium composition.
A. Overall B. Equilibrium C. Molecular D. Convective E. None of
Mass Equations Diffusion Diffusion the choices
transfer
Coefficients

References:
[1] Laurito, E.R., Introduction to Transport Phenomena (2017).
[2,3,6] S. Olano Jr., V. Bungay, C. Centeno, L. Medina Jr., C. Salazar. Reviewer for Chemical
Engineering Licensure Examination 3rd Edition
[4] Particulate Technology lecture notes by Engr. Domnina Pestano
[5] Separation Process lecture notes by Engr. Jhulimar Celedonio
[7] Heat and Mass Transfer lecture notes by Engr. Evelyn Laurito
[8-10] Transport Processes and Separation Process Principles (Includes Unit Operations) 4 th
edition by C.J. Geankoplis
1. Which of the following is not an application of Mass Transport?
A. Drop of ink in B. Sedimentation C. Drying D. Gas Absorption E. None of these
water
2. What is the driving force in heat transfer?
A. Temperature B. Velocity C. Heat Gradient D. Convective E. None of these
Gradient Gradient Gradient
3. When pump is used to deliver water through a long pipeline, its energy requirement would be
_______ when the water was drawn from an elevated tank that was open to atmosphere as opposed
to a case where water was drawn from a pond.
A. The same B. 0 C. Greater D. Smaller E. None of these
4.Which graphical method is used for solving multistage applications that assume a constant molal
underflow rate from each stage?
A. Rayleigh’s B. Leaching using C. McCabe-Thiele D. Ponchon-Savarit E. None of these
graphical method the Kremser method method
equation
5. Which of the following is not a mechanics of particle motion?
A. Buoyant Force B. Drag Force C. External Force D. All of the above E. None of these
6. Which is true for the emissivity of all real materials?
A. 𝜀 < 1 B. 𝜀 > 1 C. 𝜀 = 1 D. 𝜀 = 0 E. None of these
7. If a fluid is inappreciably affected by changes in pressure, it is said to be ________.
A. viscous B. compressible C. dense D. incompressible E. None of these
8. It is referred to as the transfer or movement of individual molecules through a fluid by random,
individual movements of the molecules.
A. Molecular B. Mass transfer C. Heat transport D. Momentum E. None of these
transport transfer
9. This method of operation is advantageous when the fresh feed is cold.
A. Parallel-feed B. Forward-feed C. Backward-feed D. Mixed feed E. None of these
operation operation operation operation
10. What type of fluidization occurs at sufficiently very high velocities?
A. Turbulent B. Pneumatic C. Slug flow D. Bubbling E. None of these
fluidization fluidization fluidization fluidization
11. Steady flow occurs when
A. Condition B. Conditions are C. conditions do D. Rate of change E. None of these
change steadily the same adjacent not change with of velocity is
with time points at any time at any point constant
instant
12. Nusselt number is
A. Ratio of viscous B. Dimensionless C. Ratio of D. Signifies of E. None of these
to inertia forces heat transfer conduction to velocity gradient
coefficient convection at the surface
resistance
13. Thermodynamically the type which leads to lower loss in availability is
A. Parallel flow B. Counter flow C. Cross flow D. Shell and tube E. None of these
14. Moisture content of a substance when at equilibrium with a given partial pressure of the vapor is
called

A. free moisture B. unbound C. equilibrium D. bound moisture E. None of these


moisture moisture
15. For laminar of flow of filtrate through the cake deposited on septum which of the following with
the valid?
A. Kozency- B. Leva's equation C. Clack-Plummer D. Monod E. None of these
Carman Equation equation Equation
16. In a pump-driven steady flow of incompressible fluid, the power requirement may be reduce by:
A. Reducing the B. Increasing the C. Reducing the D. Both A & B E. None of these
the potential velocity using s velocity by using a
change in the smaller- diameter large- diameter
fluid pipe pipe
17. The minimum thickener area for continuous sedimentation tank is the area corresponding to:
A. Maximum Flux B. Average Flux C. Minimum Flux D. Initial Flux E. None of these
18. Equilibrium stage operations are based on separation.
A. Initial B. Maximum C. Minimum D. Optimum E. None of these
19. In adiabatic humidification, the make-up water temperature approaches to the of air.
A. Dewpoint B. Saturation C. Dry Bulb D. Wet Bulb E. None of these
Temperature Temperature Temperature Temperature
20. The ratio of surface convection resistance to the internal conduction resistance is known as.
A. Stanton B. Rayleigh C. Prandtl D. Grashoff E. None of these
Number Number Number Number
21. A non-newtonian fluid that displays an increase in viscosity with increasing shear rate.
A. Rheopectic B. Thixotropic C. Pseudoplastic D. Shear thinning E. None of these
22. Final temperature reached by a small quantity of vapor-gas mixture into which water is
evaporating
A. Dew point B. Wet Bulb C. Dry Bulb D. Adiabatic E. None of these
Temperature temperature Saturation
Temperature
23. Which of the following is not a way to prevent cavitation
A. Contoured flow B. Avoiding C. Avoiding D. All of these E. None of these
area sudden decrease sudden increase
in flow area in the in flow area in the
flow system flow system
24. A component in a liquid solution is separated through contact with a selective liquid solvent
A. Leaching B. Liquid C. Distillation D. Gas Absorption E. None of these
Extraction
25. The preferred separation method for particles in the micron size range is
A. Centrifugal B. Centrifugal C. Batch D. Continuous E. None of these
bowl basket Sedimentation Sedimentation
26. It is the ratio of the partial pressure of vapor to the saturation vapor pressure at a given
temperature.
A. Percentage B. Saturation C. Humidity D. Relative E. None of these
absolute humidity humidity humidity
27. Dilatant fluids, also known as shear thickening fluids, are those in which the apparent viscosity
increases as the shear rate _______.
A. Increases B. Decreases C. Remains D. Decreases E. None of these
constant
28. Sink and float method is applicable for
A. Centrifugal B. Tube centrifuge C. Classifier D. Clarifier E. None of these
basket
29. If a fluid is being used to extract a solute from a solid, the process is called ________.
A. Leaching B. Membrane C. Adsorption D. Absorption E. None of these
processing
30. It is the heat transfer due to the bulk movement of molecules within fluids.
A. Convection B. Conduction C. Diffusion D. Radiation E. None of these

References:
 Geankoplis, C. J. (2012). Principles of transport processes and separation processes, Philippine Ed.
Pearson Education South Asia Pte Ltd.
 Munson, B. R., Young, D. E. and Okiishi, T. H. (1998). Fundamentals of fluid mechanics, 3 rd Ed.Wiley
and Sons, Inc.
 ChE 412: Momentum Transfer (Fluid Mechanics), lecture from Prof. Philipina A. Marcelo, Ph. D.
 ChE411: Heat Transfer in a Shell and Tube Heat Exchanger, lecture from Prof. Evelyn R. Laurito,
Ph. D.
 Drying Applictions, lecture from Prof. Alberto A. Laurito
 ChE512: Motion of Particles Through Fluid, lecture from Prof. Lola Domnina B. Pestano

1. Cavitation occurs in a centrifugal pump when


A. the discharge B. the discharge C. suction is lost D. the section E. None of the
pressure becomes valve is closed pressure is too Choices
too high high
2. In using the design equation of a heat transfer, 𝑞 = 𝑈𝐴∆𝑇 the U and A may either be based on
the inside or outside area of the pipe. For a system where air is flowing inside a pipe while being
heated by condensing steam outside the pipe, the proper U and A to be used is _______.
A. based on the B. based on the C. both A and B D. it does not E. None of the
outside area inside area matter choices
3. The equation = −𝑘 is called________.
A. Nusselt B. Raoult’s Law C. Fick’s Law D. Fourier’s Law E. None of the
equation Equation Equation Equation choices
4. Extraction of coffee from its seed is done by _________.
A. Leaching B. Liquid-liquid C. Extractive D. Steam E. None of the
extraction Distillation Distillation choices
5. The screen used in making size separation smaller than 4-mesh and larger than 48-mesh.
A. Grizzly Screen B. Gyratory C. Vibrating D. Oscillating E. None of the
Screen Screen Screen choices
6. Which of the following is not true about the convection film concept?
A. A thin film is formed when a rapidly moving fluid comes in contact with a stationary phase.
B. The thin film acts as a boundary layer between the moving fluid and the wall.
C. Thin film reduces the resistance to flow.
D. Thin film is slippery.
A. A B. B C. C D. D E. All are true.
7. Which of the following hydrated salts is not paired with their corresponding chemical formula?
I. Rochelle Salt -KNaC4H4O6·4H2O
II. Glauber’s Salt - Na2SO4·10H2O
III. Epsom Salt - MgSO4·5H2O
IV. Copperas - FeSO4·7H2O
A. I B. II C. III D. IV E. All are correct.
8. Which of the following is a correct assumption of the Kremser equation?
A. Ideal Number B. Constant Molal C. Constant Molar D. Equilibrium E. None of the
of Plates Overflow Overflow Underflow mentioned
9. What do you call the class of fluids whose apparent velocity increases as the shear rate increases?
A. Pseudoplastic B. Dilatant C. Bingham Plastic D. Newtonian E. Non-Newtonian
Fluid Fluid

10. This is the process of separating a directed stream of gas based on their different settling
velocities, sizes and densities.
A. Classification B. Sink and Float C. Hindered D. Elutriation E. Cyclone
Settling Classification
11. The ratio of the emissive power of a body to its absorptivity is a constant and the same for all
radiating bodies in a confined enclosure under thermal equilibrium. This is a statement of
A. Stefan- B. Kirchoff’s Law C. Wien’s Law D. Planck’s Law E. None of the
Boltzman Law choices
12. The term hD/k is known as
A. Prandtl B. Peclet Number C. Nusselt D. Reynold’s E. None of the
Number Number Number choices
13.The separation of solid particles into several size fractions based upon the settling velocities in a
medium is called
A. Settling B. Filtration C. Flotation D. Classification E. None of the
choices
14.Liquid-liquid extraction is based on the differences in
A. Solubility B. Specific Volume C. Partial Pressure D. Viscosity E. None of the
choices
15. The bursting pressure of a pipe is directly proportional to its
A. Schedule B. Inside Diameter C. Outside D. Length E. None of the
Number Diameter choices
16. Which of these does not usually result in a high economy?
A. Triple effect B. Double effect C. Single effect D. Quadruple E. None of the
evaporation evaporation evaporation effect evaporation choices
17. It is related to the potential energy of the particle.
A. Velocity head B. Elevation head C. Pressure head D. Bernoulli E. None of the
equation choices
18 What is the removal of unbound moisture called?
A. Constant Rate B. Falling Rate C. Transient D. Critical Free E. None of the
Period Period Period Moisture choices
19. Which is not a type of molecular transport process?
A. Mass Transport B. Heat Transport C. Momentum D. Turbulent E. None of the
Transport Transport choices
20. What is the process that has the tendency for particles in suspension to settle out of the fluid in
which theyare entrained, and come to rest against a barrier called?
A. Sedimentation B. Classification C. Filtration D. Centrifugation E. None of the
choices
21. When a fluid flows through a reducer in a piping system, the velocity at the outlet end is ______
the velocity at the inlet.
A. less than B. more than C. the same as D. one-half E. None of the
choices
22. The transfer of heat from a point to another within a fluid, or between a fluid and a solid or
another fluid, by the movement or mixing of the fluids involves _________.
A. conduction b. radiation c. convection D. insulation E. None of the
choices
23. The unit operation by which miscible liquids are separated from one another through heat and
mass transfer is _______.
A. solvent B. sedimentation C. distillation D. centrifugation E. none of the
extraction choices
24. States that the energy required for crushing is proportional to the new surface created.
A. Rittinger’s Law B. Kick’s Law C. Bond’s Law D. Energy Law E. None of the
choices
25. The driving force in heat transfer is ______.
A. Concentration B. Heat capacity C. Temperature D. Enthalpy E. None of the
gradient gradient gradient gradient choices
26. This type of flow is found to have a Reynold’s Number in between 2100 and 4000.
A. Turbulent B. Laminar C. Transitional D. Erratic E. None of the
Choices
27. This is usually done to separate the suspended solids in a liquid by means of settling.
A. Floatation B. Sedimentation C. Sieving D. Filtration E. None of the
Choices
28. A type of energy loss caused by the inside walls of a pipe when a fluid is travelling through it.
A. Friction Loss B. Velocity Head C. Pressure Head D. Gravitational E. None of the
Head Choices
29. This greatly reduces the amount of heat transferred from a system to its surroundings.
A. Coolant B. Reductant C. Resistor D. Insulation E. None of the
Choices
30. _________ is a process by which solids are produced usually by heating a supersaturated liquid.
A. Crystallization B. Evaporation C. Agglomeration D. Accumulation E. None of the
Choices

References:
 Reviewer for Chemical Engineering Licensure Examination , 3 rd Edition
1.When the two contacting phases are a gas and a liquid, this operation is called ______.

A. Absorption B. Adsorption C. Desorption D. Chemisorption E. None of these

2. Bernoulli's principle states that an _______ in the speed of a fluid occurs simultaneously with a
______ in pressure.

A. increase, B. increase, C. decrease, D. decrease, E. None of these


decrease increase increase decrease

3. In backward-feed multiple-effect evaporators, where does the feed enter?

A. first effect B. second effect C. third effect D. last effect E. None of these

4.The temperature to which air must be cooled to become saturated with water vapor.

A. Dew Point B. Boiling point C. Bubble point D. E. None of these

5. The degree to which a specified material conducts electricity, calculated as the ratio of the current
density in the material to the electric field that causes the flow of current.

A. Resistivity B. Thermal C. Diffusivity D. Emissivity E. None of these


Conductivity

6. It is a physical separation process where one or more components are moved from a liquid stream by
a vapor stream.

A. evaporation B. distillation C. stripping D. leaching E. None of these

7. Distinguish which type of zone in batch settling contains all the settleable particles and also, the
height of this zone decreases to an asymptotic value as time approaches infinity.

A. (A)suspension B. (D)compression C.(B)transition D. (B)compression E. None of these


zone zone zone zone

8. This type of fluid observes an increase in velocity with the use of heat.

A. Newtonian fluid B. thixotropic fluid C.Rheopectic fluid D. pseudoplastic E. None of these

9. It is a dimensionless number that gives the ratio of convective to conductive heat transfer
across/normal to the boundary
A. Nusselt number B. Grashof C. Prandtl number D. Rayleigh E. None of these
number number

10. This type of crystallizer makes nucleation and size control of crystals difficult. It is also the oldest
and most basic method of crystallization.

A. Vacuum B.Swenson-Walker C. Forced D. Tank crystallizer E. None of these


crystallizer crystallizer Circulating Liquid
Evaporator
crystallizer

11. Which of the following is the correct unit for the mass transfer coefficient kYa

A. kg/hr-m--ΔY B. kg/hr-m^2-ΔY C. kg/hr-m^3-ΔY D. W/m^2-ΔY E. None of these

12. A centrifugal basket follows the concept of

A. Newton’s Law B. Kynch Law C. Stokes Equation D. Ruth Equation E. None of these

13. It is the term associated with the theoretical or mathematical study of idealized, frictionless fluid
behavior

A. Hydraulics B. C. Fluid flow D. Hydrodynamics E. None of these


Thermodynamics

14. The variance of a binary distillation process is?

A. 1 B. 2 C. 3 D. 4 E. None of these

15. For a dilute system, the law which applies most to establish an equilibrium relationship is

A. Raoult’s Law B. Dalton’s Law C. Henry’s Law D. A and C E. None of these

16. Leaching applies to all of the following operations except for

A. separating B. production of C. dissolving gold D. extracting of oil E. None of these


sugar from sugar pharmaceutical from ores from nuts using
beet products from organic solvent
plant roots, leaves,
stems

17. The minimum pressure of a pump must be higher than the vapor pressure of the fluid for it to
function properly; otherwise, formation of small vapor-filled voids that may eventually cause damage to
the pump will occur. This condition is known as ________________.
A. Pressure B. Cavitation C. Raoult’s Law D. Vaporization E.None of these
buildup

18. The ratio of the internal thermal resistance of a body to its external or boundary layer thermal
resistance is described as

A. Biot number B. Grashof number C. Schmidt D. Peclet number E. None of these


number

19. The Sherwood number is a function of

A. Reynold’s B. Prandtl’s C. Reynold’s D. Grashof’s E. None of these


number and number and number and number and Lewis’
Prandtl’s number Schmidt’s number Schmidt’s number number

20. This law on size reduction states that the energy required for crushing the material is directly
proportional to the change in its surface area.

A. Kick’s Law B. Bond’s Law C. Rittinger’s Law D. Cole’s Law E. None of these

21. Heat exchanger made of a casing with arranged tubes inside

A. Cross flow heat B. Compact heat C. Shell and tube D. Double pipe E.None of these
exchanger exchanger heat exchanger heat exchanger

22. If elevation is neglected, it is the largest pressure obtainable in a given streamline.

A. Stagnation B. Absolute C. Differential D. Relative E. None of these


pressure pressure pressure pressure

23. It is a type of distillation where the liquid of a multicomponent feed is partially vaporized and is
separated by a flash drum at a specified pressure and temperature

A. Binary B. Batch C. Flash D. Differential E. None of these


Distillation Distillation Distillation Distillation Gohing

24. It is used to enhance settling times of particles


A. Sedimentary B. Silting Basin C. Settling tank D. Centrifugal E. None of these
tank separators gohing

25. It is a hydrated crystal with the molecular formula of CaSO4·2H2O

A. Copperas B. Epsom Salt C. Glauber’s salt D. Gypsum E. None of these

26. What is the solute balance in an adiabatic vacuum crystallizer?

A. Fxf=Lxl B. Fxf=Lxl+C C. Fxf=Lxl+Cxc D. E. None of these


Fxf=Lxl+Cxc+Vxv

27. Because the flow through a nozzle is generally frictionless and adiabatic, it is also...

A. isothermal B. isentropic C. isenthalpic D. streamlined E. None of these

28. Which of the following is not true about Equilibrium stage or Ideal stage. (Erol)

A. A contact B. An example of C. Products obtain D. Equilibrium E. None of these


medium or stage this stage are the maximum compositions are
where the reboilers possible dictated by the
intimate mixing of composition operating
phases result in conditions
equilibrium or
constancy of
properties

29. Which of the following in not an application of convection (Erol)

A. Double pipe B. Shell and tube C. Bank of tubes D. Film type E. None of these
heat exchanger heat exchanger condensation

30. The material passing one screening surface and retained on a subsequent surface is called

A. Coarse material B. Intermediate C. Fines D. Tails E. None of these


material

31. Distillation is the best separation method utilized for system with relative volatilities

A. Less than 1 B. Equal to 1 C. Greater than 1 D. Zero E. None of these

32. The transport property in momentum transfer is kinematic viscosity. The equivalent of this in heat
transfer is
A. Heat transfer B. Thermal C. Thermal D. Thermal E. None of these
coefficient conductivity diffusivity capacity

33. Dimensionless number associated with heat transfer in laminar flow

A. Prandtl number B. Boltzman C. Graetz number D. Peclet number E. None of these


number

34. A filtration operation in which the pressure drop is held constant and the flow rate is allowed

A. Constant rate B. CRF followed by C. CPF D. Centrifugal E. None of these


filtration CPF filtration

35. The ratio of the average diameter of the feed to the average diameter of the product

A. Doubling ratio B. Settling ratio C. Reduction ratio D. Sieving ratio E. None of these

References:

Geankoplis, C. (2015). Transport Processes & Separation Process: Primciples (Fourth


ed.). Singapore: Pearson Education South Asia Pte Ltd

1. Which of the following statement/s is/are true for block bodies?


I. Absorptivity and transmissivity is zero
II. Reflectivity is equal to zero
III. Reflectivity is equal to transmissivity.
IV. Its absorptivity when added to reflectivity is one.
A. II only B. I,III C. II,IV D. II,III E. None of
the choices
2. Which of the following is correct about heat transport?
A. Solids> B. Gases> Liquid> C. Gases> Solids> D. Liquids> E. None of
Liquids> Solids Liquids Gases> Solids the choices
Gases
3. It is expressed in watts-m^2 or BTU/h ft^2 and it is based on the area of heating surface
A. Variable Heat B. Logarithmic C. Overall Heat D. Heat flux E. None of
transfer mean transfer the choices
coefficient temperature coefficient
difference
4. Which of the two statements are correct? Diffusion mass transfer occurs without macroscopic
mass motion or mixing. A lump of sugar dropped into a cup of coffee will dissolve by diffusion
even if left unstirred.
A. Both B. Statement 1 is C. Both statements D. Statement 1 E. None of
statements correct; are correct. is incorrect; the choices
are incorrect. statement 2 is statement 2 is
incorrect. correct.
5. When water inside a beaker is being heated over a hot plate, the mechanism of heat transfer
through the water is considered to be
A. conduction B. forced C. natural D. radiation E. None of
convection convection the choices
6. Heat transfer by means of fluid flow
A. Conduction B. Convection C. Radiation D. Laminar E. None of
the choices

References

2. Review for Chemical Engineering Licensure Examination 3 rd Edition: Heat Transfer, p.191
3. Laurito, E. Notes on Transport Mechanisms.
4. McCabe, W, et.al. (1993). Unit operations of chemical engineering fifth edition. McCraw-Hill Inc.
New York. p.326
5. Kothandaraman, C. P. (2006). Fundamentals of Heat and Mass Transfer (3rd ed.). New Delhi:
New Age International (P) Limited. Page 657
6. Review for Chemical Engineering Licensure Examination 3 rd Edition: Distillation, p.194
7. Pestano, Lola Domnina B. (2017). Notes on Transport Phenomena

HEAT AND MASS TRANSFER

1. When a water inside a beaker is being heated over a hot plate, the mechanism of heat
transfer through the water is considered to be
A. conduction B. radiation C. natural D. forced E. None of
convection convection the choices
2. Method of inducing super-saturation that is applicable for solids whose solubility decreases
with temperature?
A. Cooling B. Evaporation of C. Evaporation of D. Heating E. None of
Solvent the solvent with the choices
Cooling
3. It states that rate of heat of flow on a isothermal surface is directly proportional to the
temperature gradient of the surface.
A. Fick’s Law B. Kirchhoff’s C. Fourier’s Law D. Darcy’s Law E. None of
Law the choices

4. Which of the two statements are correct? In the counterflow arrangement, it is possible for
the hot fluid to leave the exchanger at a temperature below that at which the cold fluid
leaves. This situation obviously corresponds to a case of lesser total energy transfer per unit
area of heat exchanger surface than would be obtained if the same fluids entered a parallel-
flow configuration.
A. Both B. Statement 1 is C. Both statements D. Statement 1 is A. None of
statements correct; are correct. incorrect; the choices
are incorrect. statement 2 is statement 2 is
incorrect. correct.
5. If a man touches two metals which were kept together at room temperature, why would one
metal feel colder than the other?
A. One has a B. One has a C. One has a lower D. One has a E. None of the
high heat high thermal temperature higher heat choices
transfer conductivity capacity
coefficient
6. In the heat transfer phenomena what is its driving force?
A. thickness of B. fluid flow C. temperature D. saturation E. None of the
shell gradient temperature choices

References

1. Review for Chemical Engineering Licensure Examination 3 rd Edition: Heat Transfer, p.194
2. Laurito, E.R., Unit 3 – Crystallization, page 13 -14
3. McCabe, W, et.al. (1993). Unit operations of chemical engineering fifth edition. McCraw-Hill Inc.
New York. p.310
4. Welty, J. R., Wicks, C. E., Rorrer, G. L., & Wilson, R. E. (2007). Fundamentals of Momentum, Heat,
and Mass Transfer (5th ed.). Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons. Pages 339-340
5. Review for Chemical Engineering Licensure Examination 3 rd Edition: Heat Transfer, p.194
6. Laurito, Evelyn. (2018). Notes on Heat and Mass Transfer

MOMENTUM TRANSFER

1. The bursting pressure of a pipe is directly proportional to its


A. inside B. schedule C. length D. outside E. None of
diameter number diameter the
choices
2. A type of unsteady flow wherein the unsteady effects occur time after time in basically the
same manner; unsteady effects are quite regular and repeatable in a regular sequence.
A. Laminar Flow B. Periodic Flow C. Random Flow D. Turbulent Flow E. None of
the
choices
3. It is the balance of mechanical energy only
A. Bernoulli B. Nusselt C. Ergun Equation D. Barometric E. None of
Equation Equation Equation the
choices
4. A fluid is considered to be compressible or incompressible depending on whether its density
is variable or constant. Liquids are generally considered to be _______ whereas gases are
certainly ________.
A. Compressible, B. Compressible, C. Incompressible, D. Incompressible, A. None of
Compressible Incompressible Compressible Incompressible the
choices
5. The dimensionless number that characterizes the flow of fluids in a conduit is
A. Nusselt B. Peclet Number C. Grashoff D. Reynolds E. None of
Number Number Number the
choices
6. True or False: The formation of cake layer was caused by the accumulation of solids on the
filter surface, which results in decrease of permeate flux.
A. True B. False C. Not true all the D. Not true all the E. None of
time time the
choices

References

1. Review for Chemical Engineering Licensure Examination 3 rd Edition: Fluid Mechanics, p.185.
2. Marcelo, P.A., Fluid Mechanics: Viscous Flow in Pipes, Slide 22.
3. McCabe, W, et.al. (1993). Unit operations of chemical engineering fifth edition. McCraw-Hill Inc.
New York.
4. Welty, J. R., Wicks, C. E., Rorrer, G. L., & Wilson, R. E. (2007). Fundamentals of Momentum, Heat,
and Mass Transfer (5th ed.). Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons. Page 9
5. Reviewer for Chemical Engineering Licensure Examination 3 rd Edition: Fluid Mechanics,p.184.
6. Marcelo, P.A., Lecture 9 - Filtration, Slide 4.

SEPARATION PROCESS

1. The theoretical minimum reflux ratio in a distillation column is attained if the column has
A. No plate B. 50 plates C. 100 plates D. an infinite E. None of the
number of plates choices
2. Which of the following is not a separation process by phase creation/addition?
A. Distillation B. Absorption C. Liquid Extraction D. Adsorption E. None of the
choices
3. It vaporizes a fraction of liquid and where evolved vapour is in equilibrium with the residual
liquid.
A. Evaporation B. Rectification C. Continuous D. Flash E. None of the
Distillation Distillation choices
4. Extraction is in many ways complementary to distillation. In which of the following cases is
the extraction process preferred?
i. Where distillation would require excessive amounts of heat, such as, for example,
when the relative volatility is near unity.
ii. When the formation of azeotropes limits the degree of separation obtainable in
distillation.
iii. When heating must be avoided.
iv. When the components to be separated are quite different in nature.
A. iii only B. i, iii C. i, iii, iv D. i, ii, iii, iv E. None of the
choices
5. Desorption is another term for
A. B. stripping C. flash distillation D. rectification E. None of the
dephlegmation choices
6. What unit operation involves the removal of moisture from a wet solid?
A. Drying B. Distillation C. Crystallization D. Humidifier E. None of the
choices

References

1. Review for Chemical Engineering Licensure Examination 3 rd Edition: Distillation, p.233


2. Celedonio, J., Introduction to Separation Processes, page 2-4.
3. McCabe, W, et.al. (1993). Unit operations of chemical engineering fifth edition. McCraw-Hill Inc.
New York. P. 142
4. Coulson, J. M., Richardson, J. F., Backhurst, J. R., & Harker, J. H. (2006). Coulson and Richardson's
Chemical Engineering: Particle Technology and Separation Processes (5th ed.). Butterworth-
Heinemann. Page 721
5. Review for Chemical Engineering Licensure Examination 3 rd Edition: Distillation, p.230
6. Benjamin, Michael Francis. (2018). Notes of Separation Processes

PARTICULATE TECHNOLOGY

1. In order for a particle to move through a fluid under the influence of gravity, there must be
A. pressure B. velocity C. temperature D. density E.None of the
difference difference difference difference choices
2. In batch settling, which zone contains all settleable particles and the height of the ____
decreases to an asymptotic value as time approaches infinity?
A. Compression B. Transition Zone C. Thickened Zone D. Both A and C E. None of the
Zone choices
3. It is expressed in terms of sphericity.
A. Particle shape B. Particle size C. Diameter D. Average E. None of the
particle size choices
4. Apart from the feed size, what are the other important properties that should be considered
in choosing a machine for a given crushing operation?
A. Soapiness B. Material C. Moisture D. A, B, C E. None of the
Explosiveness Content choices
5. A fluid energy mill is used for
A. cutting B. grinding C. ultragrinding D. crushing E. None of the
choices
6. In batch settling, what zone contains all the settleable particles?
A. clear zone B. suspension zone C. transition zone D. thickened zone E. None of the
choices

References

1. Review for Chemical Engineering Licensure Examination 3 rd Edition: Sedimentation, p.298


2. Pestano, L. D. B., Sedimentation Lecture, page 1 slide 4.
3. McCabe, W, et.al. (1993). Unit operations of chemical engineering fifth edition. McCraw-Hill Inc.
New York. P. 949
4. Coulson, J. M., Richardson, J. F., Backhurst, J. R., & Harker, J. H. (2006). Coulson and Richardson's
Chemical Engineering: Particle Technology and Separation Processes (5th ed.). Butterworth-
Heinemann. Pages 105-106
5. Review for Chemical Engineering Licensure Examination 3 rd Edition: Distillation, p.239
6. Pestano, Lola Domnina B. (2017). Notes on Particulate Separation

1.When a fluid flows through a reducer in a piping system, the pressure at the outlet is
__________ the pressure at the inlet.

A. Less than B. Equal to C. More than D. One-half E. None of the


choices

2. This refers to the cooled liquid stream from the condenser that is returned to the
distillation column.

A. Reboil B. Feed C. Bottoms D. Reflux E. None of the


choices

3. In a gas absorption process, the equilibrium curve is

A. Below the B. Above the C. Perpendicular D. Below the E. None of the


operating line operating line with the tie line tie line choices

4. This term is another name for a drum screen.

A. Vibrating B. Trommel C. Shaking D. Grizzly E. None of the


screen screen screen screen choices

5. This is a type of heat transfer that occurs when there is a direct contact between the
two materials and is generally applied to solids.

A. Convection B. Conduction C. Radiation D. Resistance E. None of the


choices

6.Are box like machines either round or square with a series of screen cloths nested along
atop one another

A. Vibrated B. Gyratory C. Oscillating D. Trommel E. None of the


screen screen screen screen choices
7. The equation relating the solubility of the substance to its particle size is called

A. Kelvin B. Ostwald C. Nucleation D.∆L Law E. None of the


rate choices

8. In distilling column, the highest pressure will be at the

A. top B. bottom C. feed plate D. between the E. None of the


feed plate and choices
the top

9. The study of the effect of forces on fluid motion

A. Fluid B. Fluid C. Fluid D. Fluid E. None of the


dynamics statics kinematics mechanics choices

10. The property of solid that provides a measure of the rate of heat transfer relative to
energy storage is referred to as

A. Thermal B. Thermal C. Heat capacity D. Viscosity E. None of the


conductivit diffusivity choices
y

11. These kinds of fluids display an increase in viscosity with increasing shear rate.

A.Rheopectic fluid B.Pseudoplas C.Thixotropic D.Shear E. None of the


tic fluid fluid thinning fluid choices

12. Which is not true for a dehumidifier?

A.Exit water is B.Exit air is C.Exit air is D.Wet bulb is E. None of the
cooler cooler saturated not constant choices

13. In which of the following is the overall energy balance equation more reasonable to
use than the Bernoulli Equation?

A.Measurement B.Estimation C.Laminar axial D.Estimation of E. None of the


of pressure at a of energy flow of water total head loss choices
given point in the dissipation in a turbine
pipeline using a U-
tube manometer

14. In a distilling column, the highest pressure will be at

A.The top B.The feed C.The bottom D.Between the E. None of the
plate feed plate and choices
the top

15. Device in which a current of air separates particles with different sedimentation
velocities

A.Classifier B.Air C.Air elutriator D.Agitator E. None of the


conveyor choices

16. Which of the following is not a commonly used method for size reduction of particles?

A.Compression B. Impact C. Cutting D. Attrition E. None of the


choices

17. Which of the following is not a part of an Isothermal Flash Distillation Vessel?

A.Heater B. Flash Drum C. Partial D. Total E. None of the


Condenser Condenser Choices

18. What is the first name of Reynolds, the scientist that conducted the Reynolds’
Experiment for Fluid Dynamics.

A.Osborn B. Osbourn C. Osbourne D. Osbornn E. None of the


Choices

19. Which of the following is a type of flow used in heat exchangers?

A.Countercurrent B.Co-current C. Cross flows D. All of the E. None of the


Above Above

20. Which of the following is not a mode of heat transfer?


A.Conduction B. Convection C. Radiation D. All of the E. None of the
Above Above

21 Which body has an emissivity of ε = 1.0

A. Opaque B. C. Black D. Grey E. None of the


Transparent Above

22 It is used in point velocities.

A.Pitot Tube B. Orifice C. Venturi Meter D. Area Meter E. None of the


Meter Above

23 Solid materials used to provide contact between the gas and the liquid in the column

A.Beads B. Bearings C. Sand D Packings E. None of the


Above

24 It is a simple continuous distillation process where a liquid multicomponent feed is


partially vaporized and the resulting liquid-vapor mixture is separated in a flash drum at a
specified pressure and temperature.

A. Batch B. Flash C. Differential D. Both A & C E. None of the


Above

25 Whic h of the following uses compression?

A. Hammer B. Scissor C. Nutcracker D. File E. None of the


Above

26. The dimensionless number that characterizes the flow of fluids in a conduit is

A. Nusselt B. Grashoff C. Reynolds D. Peclet E. None of the


Number Number Number Number choices

27. Heat transfer by conduction is described by this Law


A. Newton’s B. Steffan- C. Fourier’s Law D. Fick’s Law E. None of the
Law Boltzmann choices
Law

28. This type of dryer is used for drying pasty materials such as wet filter cakes and lumpy
solids

A. Rotary B. Flash Dryer C. Tray Dryer D. Continuous E. None of the


Dryer Dryer choices

29. Selectivity of solvent used in extraction should be

A. 1 B. <1 C. >1 D. 0 E. None of the


choices

30. Soft and non-abrasive materials can be made into fines by

A. Cutting B. C. Attrition D. Impact E. None of the


Compression choices

References:
Olano, S. S., Jr., Bungay, V. C., Centeno, C. R., & Salazar, C. M. (2015). Reviewer for Chemical
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