ChE%20160%20Spring%20S2010%20Syllabus

# ChE%20160%20Spring%20S2010%20Syllabus - San Jos State...

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Unit Operations I, ChE 160A, Spring, 2010 Page 1 of 7 San José State University Department of Chemical Engineering CHE 160A-01: Unit Operations 1 Spring 2010 Instructor: Gregory L Young Office Location: Engineering Building E385G Telephone: (408) (924 3945) Email: Office Hours: M 1300- 1500, T 1300-1400, W 1300-1500, Th 1000-1200 Class Days/Time: Lecture: MW 730-845 Lab: T 730-1015 Classroom: Lecture: E303 Lab: E311 Prerequisites: CHE 190: Intro: Transport Phenomena CHE 115: Chemical Calculations Faculty Web Page Copies of the course materials such as the syllabus, major assignment handouts, etc. may be found on the Blackboard site TBD. Course Description Materials transportation, fluid metering, mixing, sedimentation, filtration, heat exchange and evaporation; types of equipment used and numerous practical applications. Introduction to transport theory. Course Goals and Student Learning Objectives Objective: Introduce students to the unit operations common to momentum and energy transport such as: 1. Materials Transport. 2. Fluid flow and metering. 3. Sedimentation/Filtration 4. Heat Exchangers. 5. Introduction to transport theory. In addition to these unit operation students will be introduced to basic numerical techniques

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Unit Operations I, ChE 160A, Spring, 2010 Page 2 of 7 Course Content Learning Outcomes 1. Apply the conservation of mass law to a system. 2. Apply the conservation of momentum law to a system. 3. Apply the conservation of energy law to a system. 4. Apply the ideal gas law. 5. Calculate the pressure drop in a manometer. 6. Calculate the kinetic energy coefficient. 7. Calculate individual components of the total head loss in a pipe layout. 8. Design a piping system based upon power, and economic constraints. 9. Calculate the proper pump size for a process 10. Determine appropriate pump for a specific application. 11. Calculate the fluid flow rate given a characteristic pump curve. 12. Calculate NPSH of a pump. 13. Calculate the pressure drop and flow rate through a packed bed. 14. Calculate the pressure drop and flow rate through a fluidized bed. 15. Derive and apply the design equations for constant pressure filtration 16. Calculate the terminal velocity of a spherical particle. 17. Derive the terminal velocity equation for hindered settling 18. Calculate the required power to mix a Newtonian fluid. 19. Calculate operating parameters for scale up or down of a mixing process. 20. Calculate the overall heat transfer coefficient for a shell and tube heat exchanger. 21. Explain the difference between a single-pass, multiple pass and cross flow heat exchanger. 22. Calculate the area required for a single-pass, multiple pass or cross flow heat exchanger using the LMTD method and effectiveness method. 23.
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