ENGG1500 EQUATIONS, DATA AND FIGURES BOOKLET
Page
Thermodynamic equations, constants and conversions 2
Molar mass, R , and critical point properties
6
Ideal-gas specific heats
7
Compressed liquid water table
8
Saturated water temperature table
9
Saturated
Module 12: Engineering Cycles Applications: Refrigeration
Notes/Comments:
The final module focusses on the main cycle used in refrigeration and heat pumps
which is the vapour-compression cycle, used in applications as diverse as food drying,
building cool
CHEE3004 Semester 2 2017
Design Activity DA1 Process Hydraulics Problem Framing
OVERVIEW
In Design Activity 1 your team must use the process equipment design decision making process to
identify sets of design alternatives for a fluid transport/storage pro
CHEE3004 Sem 2 2016
Solids Tutorial Exercise
CHEE3004 Semester 2, 2016
Week 5, Session 1.1
Filtration Theory
Filtration is defined as a separation process where a slurry, containing both solids and fluids pass
through a porous medium that retains some por
CHEE3004 Semester 2 2017
Material Balance and Energy Balance Problem Set 1 (MBEB1)
INSTRUCTIONS
Complete and submit all questions. Solutions are to be handwritten but you must scan your
work and upload as a single PDF file to Blackboard.
SUBMISSION: Singl
PROBLEM SET 1 - SOLUTIONS
CHEE3004 Semester 2 2017
Material Balance and Energy Balance Problem Set 1 (PS1)
Question 1 [6 marks]:
[1 mark each]
1
PROBLEM SET 1 - SOLUTIONS
Question 2 [10 marks]:
a. [2 marks]
b. [3 marks]
c. [5 marks]
2
PROBLEM SET 1 - SOLU
CHEE3004 Semester 2 2017
Material Balance and Energy Balance Problem Set 2 (MBEB2)
INSTRUCTIONS
Complete and submit all questions. Solutions are to be handwritten but you must scan your
work and upload as a single PDF file to Blackboard.
SUBMISSION: Singl
Week 6
Practice Session 1 + Solutions
1.
Suggest the dominant agglomeration mechanism(s) and bonding mechanism(s) for each of the
following equipment types:
Prilling
Disk granulator
Drum granulator
Fluid bed
Tablet press
Extrusion
Equipment
Prilling
T-01
Kerosene Storage Tank
P-01
Kerosene Transfer Pump
L
Pipeline 1
S
T-01
F
P
T
P
P
F
V-01
To Ship
P-01
From Plant
Pipeline 2
INSTRUMENT LEGEND
CHEE3004 Design Activity 1
P
Pressure
T
Temperature
F
Flow
S
Speed
L
TITLE
DRAWING NUMBER
Kerosene Transport
L
CHEE3004 Semester 2 2017
Material Balance and Energy Balance Problem Set 3 (MBEB2)
INSTRUCTIONS
Complete and submit all questions. Solutions are to be handwritten but you must scan your
work and upload as a single PDF file to Blackboard.
SUBMISSION: Singl
MBEB2 SOLUTIONS
CHEE3004 Semester 2 2017
Material Balance and Energy Balance Problem Set 2 (MBEB2)
Q1 Sorting Rate [2 marks]
Ore sorting machines typically process large pieces at a rate of 2 per second, but small pieces can be
treated at 100 per second.
Module 3: Thermodynamic Properties
Notes/Comments:
There is quite a bit of material to cover in this module. This module presents the states
of a substance and two ways to find its thermodynamic properties: from tables or from
the ideal gas law.
You will
Module 4: First Law for closed systems
Notes/Comments:
This module applies the first law of thermodynamics to closed systems based on an
understanding of heat and work. Its all about the conservation of energy so you should
start every problem with the en
Module 6: First Law open system examples
Notes/Comments:
This module focuses on the applications of the first law to specific examples of open
systems. Again, the starting point for any analysis is energy balance.
Reading sections:
Chapter 5 (5.3-5.5). Yo
Module 2:
Energy and First Law
Notes/Comments:
In this section we look at different forms of energy and different forms of energy
transfer. It is these different forms and modes of transfer that require us to have an
accounting system for energy! It is go
Module 7: Second Law and Entropy
Notes/Comments:
This module we introduce the Second Law of Thermodynamics and a new property,
entropy. The First Law of Thermodynamics told us that energy must be conserved,
with the consequence that no engine can be more
Module 10: Engineering Cycles - Introduction
Notes/Comments:
Having looked at the first law, the second law and properties, we can apply what we
have learnt to cycles. These are multi-unit processes that produce useful things like
electricity or cooling.
Module 9: Entropy and Efficiency
Notes/Comments:
We are now ready for our most important practical application of entropy: calculating
efficiencies of devices compared to the best possible according to the Second Law of
Thermodynamics.
Reading sections:
T
Module 8: Entropy Changes
Notes/Comments:
In the previous module, we introduced the Second Law of Thermodynamics and
entropy; unlike energy in the First Law, entropy can be generated in a process. This
week I want to convince you that entropy is useful fo
Module 1:
Systems and Definitions
Notes/Comments:
The first module provides an introduction to thermodynamics and sets out the basic
concepts which will be used throughout the semester to frame and solve problems.
Reading sections:
Chapter 1 (1.1-1.9, 1.1
Module 5: First Law open systems & specific heats
Notes/Comments:
We now apply the first law to open systems where mass flows in or out of a system.
We will introduce a new property, enthalpy, which measures the energy carried by a
mass flow in or out of
ENGG1400 More Worked Examples Problem Set 1
1
A 1200-kg car is accelerating on a flat road at a rate of 3
m/s2. The total air and road resistance acting on the car is
1200N. Find the driving force the engine is providing to the
car.
F ma 1200 3 3600 N
The
ENGG1400 - Engineering Mechanics
Dynamics Tutorial 4 Impacts, Angular Momentum, Rotating Rigid Bodies
These problems cover theory discussed in the lectures in week 12 and the Monday and Wednesday
lectures in week 13. The relevant sections in the text book
ENGG1400 - Engineering Mechanics
Dynamics Tutorial 1 Kinematics of Particles
These problems cover theory discussed in the lectures in week 9 and the Wednesday lecture in week
10. The relevant sections in the text book are 13.2 13.5.
Prepare solutions to t
ENGG1400 - Engineering Mechanics
Dynamics Tutorial 3 Work, Energy, Impulse and Momentum
These problems cover theory discussed in the lectures in week 11 and the Monday lecture in week 12.
The relevant sections in the text book are 15.1 15.3, 16.1.
Prepare
ENGG1400 - Engineering Mechanics
Dynamics Tutorial 2 Kinematics and Kinetics of Particles
These problems cover theory discussed in the lectures in week 10 and the Monday lecture in week 11.
The relevant sections in the text book are 13.4 13.7, 14.1 14.4.
September 22
& 23, 2016
ENGG1400 TUTORIAL #5
DUE WEEK 9 @ CONTACT SESSION (C1-C4)
Q1
For the following shapes (shaded), calculate the location of the centroid relative to the axes shown.
All dimensions are in mm unless noted otherwise.
(i)
(ii)
=?
(iii)
(
September
1&2, 2016
ENGG1400 STATICS TUTORIAL #3 2016
DUE WEEK 6 @ CONTACT SESSION (C1-C4)
Q1
Q3
Find the resultant (magnitude, location and direction) of
the coplanar, non-concurrent forces shown below. ANS:
(R = 18 kN @ 88o49, 16.2m from A )
A uniform p
September ENGG1400 STATICS TUTORIAL #4 2016
1&2, 2016 DUE WEEK 6 @ CONTACT SESSION (C1- C4)
Q1
Calculate the support reactions of the
structures shown.
Q3
Using the Method of Joints, determine the
force in each member of the truss loaded as shown
below. S