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Chemical and Biochemical Processes

Chemical and Biochemical Processes - Taylors University...

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Taylor’s University College School of Engineering Scheme of Work SOW070327 Subject CHEMICAL AND BIOCHEMICAL PROCESSES Code 04 17043 Semester Year 1 Semester 2 Period 2 Feb – 17 April’2009 Lecturer Dr. Reddy Date Prepared 25 Dec 2008 Weekly Plan Week 1 ( 2 Feb 09 ) Introduction to chemical & Biochemical processes, Common ideal reactor types, reactor design considerations Week 2 ( 10 Feb 09 ) Industrial applications for each type of reactor, commonly used definitions and terms, Material balances for batch, continuous and plug flow reactors Week 3 ( 16 Feb 09 ) Effect of concentration and temperature on reaction rate, reaction kinetics, Arrhenius equation Week 4 ( 23 Feb 09 ) Design of batch and continuous stirred tank reactors Week 5 ( 2 March 09 ) Design of plug flow reactors Week 6 ( 10 March 09 ) Design calculations for series/parallel combination of continuous reactors Week 7 ( 16 March 09 ) Sizing of simple reactors Week 8 ( 23 March 09 ) Fundamentals of Biochemical engineering, microbiology, biological
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