ChE 201
Chemical Process Principles and Calculations
Fall, 2008
Washington State University
School of Chemical Engineering and Bioengineering
Richard L. Zollars
Quiz #2
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ChE 201
Chemical Process Principles and Calculations
Fall, 2009
Washington State University
Voiland School of Chemical Engineering
and Bioengineering
Richard L. Zollars
Final Exam
You will have three hours (180 minutes) to complete this exam which consist
Diffusion Mass Transfer
Chapter 14
Sections 14.1 through 14.7
General Considerations
General Considerations
Mass transfer refers to mass in transit due to a species concentration gradient
in a mixture.
Must have a mixture of two or more species for mass
Study Guide for Your Final Exam
1. This exam will cover following items:
a) HW#1~HW#9
b) Quiz #1~Quiz#4
c) Test 1 & Test 2
d) Chapter 1~8 (All the reading assignments)
e) Lectures between 1/9 ~ 4/26
2. There will be a total of four problems:
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ChE 321: Kinetics and Reactor Design
(Due: 1/30/2013, Wednesday)
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mole balance on the PFR,
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ChE 321: Kinetics and Reactor Design
Homework #4
(Due 2/8/2013)
1. The gas phase reaction,
(1/2) N2 + (3/2) H2
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a pressure of 16.4 atm and 227oC.
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Study Guide for Your Exam Two
1. This exam will cover following items:
a) HW#5~HW#8
b) Quiz #3 and #4
c) Chapter 4.5, 5, 6.1~6.3, 7.1~7.3, 10.1~10.3
d) Class Lectures between 2/8 (Pressure Drop)~ 4/8 (Membrane Reactor) and
Equilibrium Conversion Lecture
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Radiation
Fundamentals
Objectives:
Identify the three basic particles of an atom
Define radioactive material, radioactivity,
radioactive half-life
Define ionization and ionizing radiation
Distinguish between ionizing radiation and nonionizing radiatio
ChE 541: Chemical Engineering Analysis
Homework #7
Problem 1 is due on Oct 23. Problems 2, 3 and 4 are due on Oct 28. Problem 5 is optional and
is due on Oct 28, and only valid for extra-credit if you solved all problems.
Problem 1: Predictor-corrector an
ChE 321: Kinetics and Reactor Designs (Spring 2010)
Exam Two (Closed Book and Closed Notes)
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ChE 32]: Kinetics ad Reactor Designs (Spring 2008)
Exam Two (Closed Book and Closed Notes)
NAME:
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(a) A gas phase reaction occurs in an ideal PBR: A -) B. Please draw plots of
concentrati
HW Set #7
(Due 4/1/2013)
1. Do problem 6-7 from your textbook (4th edition) except part (e).
2. Do problem 6-9 from your textbook (4th edition) [do only parts a, b, and g]
3. Do problem 6-10 from your textbook (4th edition)
Study Guide for Your Exam One
1. This exam will cover following items:
a) HW#1~HW#4
b) Quiz #1 and #2
c) Class Exercise
e) Chapter 1~4
2. There will be a total of three problems:
Problem one: Based on your reading assignment. It is a short answer problem
ChE 321: Homework #6
(Due Date: 3/20/2013)
Problem 1: Reactor design from basics for isomerization of methylcyclopentane (MCP)
to cyclohexane (CH):
MCP CH
This is important in the reforming of petroleum hydrocarbons to increase octane number.
(a) Plot equ
HW#5: Due (3/1/2013)
ChE 321: Kinetics and Reactor Design
Problem One:
Do problem P4-7 from your textbook (Do only part a, b, c, and f). Please use polymath to
solve the problem, and print out its Polymath Report which needs to be turned in with
homework
ChE 201
Chemical Process Principles and Calculations
Fall, 2009
Washington State University
Voiland School of Chemical Engineering
and Bioengineering
Richard L. Zollars
Quiz #3
Gas separation membranes are used to provide either air with a greater than no
ChE 201
Chemical Process Principles and Calculations
Fall, 2010
Washington State University
School of Chemical Engineering
and Bioengineering
Richard L. Zollars
Quiz #3
Controlled atmosphere warehouses (warehouses where the atmosphere is mainly nitrogen)