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CHE 220 Introduction to Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics Lecture 1: What is thermodynamics? Thermodynamics and its role in chemical engineering Difference between 220 and 320 Work as energy
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chemical engineering has three main components. From table 1.2 Che 330, 350 Che 410 Che 220,320
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Many chemical engineering questions involve thermodynamics. 1. What is the density of water at 200 °F and 1atm.? 2. How much power is required to cool a room to 25 °C on a hot day?
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Unformatted text preview: 3. Can we make C from A & B and sell it for a profit? Thermodynamics plays a major role in chemical engineering processes. Thermodynamics in chemical engineering at penn state is taught in two courses. 1. Energy conversion 2. Separations 3. Chemical processes CHE 220 CHE 320 Work is energy in transit. Physics Potential energy: F from gravity kinetic energy: F from acceleration m m m m m F F F...
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This note was uploaded on 04/01/2008 for the course CHE 220 taught by Professor Prof.marannas during the Spring '08 term at Penn State.

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