ChE 120
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CHEM-ENG 120
Spring 2014
Ford
EXAM II
April 2, 2014
7:00-9:00pm; open book (F&R only) plus one page of notes; calculator
4 problems, 100 total points
Problem 1. (30 pts) Consider a continuous, steady-state process that uses supercritical
carbon dioxide (C
CHEM-ENG 120
Spring 2015
Ford
EXAM I
February 25, 2015
7:00-9:00pm; open book (F&R only) plus one page of notes; calculator
5 problems, 100 total points
Problem 1. (15 pts) You will see the following partial differential equation in CHEMENG 333, Heat and
CHEM-ENG 120
Spring 2013
Ford
EXAM II
April 3, 2013
7:00-10:00pm; open book (F&R only) plus one page of notes; calculator
3 problems, 100 total points
Problem 1. (30 pts) Bioethanol separations. One of the (many) challenges presented by
ethanol production
CHEM-ENG 120
Spring 2013
Ford
FINAL EXAM
May 8, 2013
4:00-6:00pm; open book (F&R only) plus one page of notes; calculator
3 problems, 100 total points
Problem 1. (30 pts) Methane (CH4) is a substance of great interest to the energy and
chemical industries
CHEM-ENG 120
Spring 2014
Ford
EXAM I
February 26, 2014
7:00-9:00pm; open book (F&R only) plus one page of notes; calculator
6 problems, 100 total points
Problem 1. (10 pts) You will see the following equation in CHEM-ENG 333, Heat and
Mass Transfer,
J = D
CHEM-ENG 120
Spring 2015
Ford
EXAM I
February 28, 2015
9:00-11:00am; open book (F&R only) plus one page of notes; calculator
5 problems, 100 total points
Problem 1. (15 pts) You might see the following partial differential equation in CHEMENG 330, Fluid M
CHEM-ENG 120
Spring 2014
Ford
EXAM I Makeup
March 1, 2014
10:00am-12:00pm; open book (F&R only) plus one page of notes; calculator
6 problems, 100 total points
Problem 1. (10 pts) You will see the following equation in CHEM-ENG 333, Heat and
Mass Transfer
CHEM-ENG 120
Spring 2015
Ford
EXAM II
April 7, 2015
8:15-9:45 am; open book (F&R only) plus one page of notes; calculator
3 problems, 100 total points
Problem 1. (30 pts) A gas stream flowing at 100 mol/h contains 30.0 mole % carbon
dioxide (CO2) and the
CHEM-ENG 120
Spring 2014
Ford
EXAM III
May 5, 2014
10:30am-12:30pm; open book (F&R only) plus one page of notes; calculator
4 problems, 100 total points
Problem 1. (28 pts)
(a) (6 pts) A sample of pure CO2 is heated from -90 to +30 C while the pressure is
CHEM-ENG 120
Spring 2013
Ford
EXAM I makeup
March 1, 2013
6:00-8:00am; open book (F&R only) plus one page of notes; calculator
4 problems, 100 total points
Problem 1. (20 pts) Two important dimensionless groups you will encounter in heat
transfer are the
CHEM-ENG 120
Spring 2015
Ford
EXAM III
May 6, 2015
8:00-10:00am; open book (F&R only) plus one page of notes; calculator
5 problems, 100 total points
Problem 1. (15 pts)
(a) (6 pts) A sample of pure CO2 is maintained at -40 C while the pressure is raised
Multiphase Systems
CHE 120 SPRING 2015
Multiphase Systems
Types of phases gas, liquid and solid
Examples of multiphase systems in chemical engineering
Multiphase Systems
Types of phases gas, liquid and solid
Examples of multiphase systems in chemical
ENGIN 110
Prof. Sarah Perry
Homework #6
Due Date: 10/16/2015 5pm
Mass Balances in Excel and Intro to Matlab
Submit this homework on Moodle. For this assignment, hand in two files: one PDF showing any
work that you did on paper to facilitate solving of the
OH
1) O3
H 3O+
H
2)
X
KOH
H
H
H
1) KMnO 4 HO
Ethanol
X
Ether
X
X2
OH
O + O
2) H 3O+
H
HX
O + O
Zn, H 3O+
X
Ether
X
X
H
H
R
2KOH
Ethanol
H
NaNH 2
R
X
X2
OH
H 2O
OH
OH
2) H 2O 2, -OH
CHCl3
Ether
2X2
H
1) BH 3
R X
2HX
H
H 3O+
R
Cl
Cl
Ether
H 3O+
R
R
H
X
H
X
CHEM-ENG 120
Spring 2016
Team Project 7
solve the following two problems
Problem 1
The following chemical reaction takes place in a continuous flow reactor operating at
steady state.
4A + 5B 4C + 6D
where A, B, C, and D are four different chemical compoun
ENGIN 110
Prof. Sarah Perry
Homework #10
Due Date: 11/18/2016 11:55pm
Process Economics
Submit this homework on Moodle as a single PDF file. Please name your assignment
Lastname_Firstname_HW10.pdf. Include your name, the number of the assignment and the
c
ENGIN 110
Prof. Sarah Perry
Homework #7
Due Date: 10/23/2015 5pm
Introduction to Matlab
Submit this homework on Moodle. For this assignment, hand in a single PDF file that combines
the results generated using the publish function in Matlab for Problems 1-
function tankode
%TANKODE Run a demo of a transient balance on a CSTR with two species, no
reaction.
%
This is based on the more complex ballode demo example provided within
%
the MATLAB documentation. ODE45 is used, as this is not a stiff
%
problem. The
Table of Contents
.
Problem 3.9 from Duncan and Reimer .
Initial Guesses and Call to fminsearch .
Mass Balances and Error Statements .
function Result = Problem3_9(guess)
Problem 3.9 from Duncan and Reimer
The steady-state process extracts oil from soybea
CHEM-ENG 120
Spring 2016
Homework 1
Due Saturday January 23 at 11:55pm
Solution
The solution should have a cover sheet with the following information
Students name
CHEM-ENG 120
1/23/16
Homework #1
and a second page with a short paragraph (six to eight s
ENGIN 110
Prof. Sarah Perry
Homework #8
Due Date: 10/30/2015 5pm
Mass Balances in Matlab
Submit this homework on Moodle. For this assignment, hand in a single PDF file. Please set up
each problem in a separate .m file and generate a PDF using Matlabs Publ
ENGIN 110
Prof. Sarah Perry
Homework #5
Due Date: 10/09/2015 5pm
Mass Balances
Submit this homework on Moodle. Please draw out the process flow diagram and label each
stream clearly. Perform a degree of freedom calculation to determine where to start your
CHEM-ENG 120
Spring 2016
Team Project 6
solve the following two problems
Problem 1
The following chemical reactions, with rates as given, take place in a liquid-phase batch
reactor of constant volume V.
A 2B
BC
r1 [mol A consumed / (Ls)] = 0.100CA
r2 [mol