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Unformatted text preview: 12/11/11 CBEMS 45A Chemical Processing and Materials Balances (2011-2012) | E... CBEMS 45A CHEMICAL PROCESSING AND MATERIALS Catalog Data: Required Textbook: Recommended Textbook: References: Coordinator: BALANCES (Required for ChE.) CBEMS 45A Chemical Processing and Materials Balances (Credit Units: 4) Introduction to chemical engineering and the industries where chemical engineers play vital roles. Problem-solving skills and techniques. Quantitative calculations and applications using mass and energy balances. Stoichiometric equations, multiple bypasses, and others in process industries. Prerequisite: MATH 2B and PHYSICS 70 and CHEM 1B. Only one course from CBEMS 4 5A, CBEMS 40A may be taken for credit. (Design units: 0) Richard M. Felder, Elementary Principles of Chemical Processes, 3rd Edition 2005 Edition Integrated Media and Study Tools, with Student Workbook. 3rd Edition, Wiley, 2005, ISBN-13 978-0471720638. None Don Green, Perry's Chemical Engineers' Handbook, Eighth Edition. 8th Edition, McGraw—Hill Professional, 2007, ISBN- 13 978-0071422949- Nancy A. Da Silva Relationship to Student Outcomes This course relates to Student Outcomes: EAC a, EAC c, EAC e, EAC j, EAC k. Course Learning Outcomes. Students will: 1. Define the discipline of chemical engineering, including contemporary issues. (EAC j) 2. Describe the professional opportunities available to chemical engineers. 3. Draw and fully label a flowchart for a written process description, choose a convenient basis, perform degrees-of- freedom analysis, and calculate the required process variables for the overall system. (EAC a, EAC c, EAC e, EAC k) 4. Use component mole balances, the extent of reaction plaza.eng.uci.edu/courselcbems/45aloutline/201 1-2012 1/3 12/11/11 CBEMS 45A Chemical Processing and Materials Balances (2011-2012) | E... methodology, and atomic species balances to solve material balance problems with reactions. (EAC a, EAC e, EAC k) 5. Calculate the feed rate of air for a combustion reaction, given the fuel composition and percent excess air. (EAC a, EAC c, EAC e, EAC k) 6. Apply the ideal gas law to determine any of the four quantities: a) temperature, b) pressure, c) mole number, or d) volume, when the other three are given. (EAC a) 7. Estimate the vapor pressure of pure, non-aqueous substances at a specified temperature, or the boiling point at a specified pressure, using: a) the Antoine equation, b) the Cox chart, or c) the Clausius-Clapeyron equation. (EAC a) 8. Estimate the vapor pressure of pure water at a specified temperature, or the boiling point at a specified pressure, using the steam tables. (EAC a) Prerequisites by Topic Lecture Topics: Class Schedule: Computer Usage: Laboratory Projects: 0 General Chemistry 0 Use of units and significant figures 0 Chemical stoichiometry 0 Ability to solve algebraic equations Units, dimensions Material balances Recycle, bypass, purge Material balances on reacting systems Combustion processes Elementary phase equilibrium Staged separations — extraction OOOOOOOO Basic process synthesis based on economic, environmental, and safety considerations Meets for 3 hours of lecture each week for 10 weeks. Students are required to use basic computer skills to prepare solutions to some homework assignments and the designated computer assignment. None. Professional Component Contributes toward the Chemical Engineering Major design experience. Design Content Description Approach: plaza.eng.uci.edu/courselcbems/45aloutline/201 1-2012 2/3 12/11/11 CBEMS 45A Chemical Processing and Materials Balances (2011-2012) | E... Lectures: Laboratory Portion: Gradlng Crlterla: Homework: 1 0% O 0 Quizzes: 20% o Midterm Exam: 35% o FinalExam: 35% 0 Total: 100% Estimated ABET Category Content: Mathematics and Basic Science: 0.0 credit units Computing: 0.0 credit units Engineering Topics: 4 .0 credit units Engineering Science: 4 .0 credit units Engineering Design: 0.0 credit units Prepared: May 12, 2011 Senate Approved: January 15, 2008 Approved 2008 Fall Qtr Effective: plaza.eng.uci.edu/courselcbems/45aloutline/201 1-2012 3/3 ...
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