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Chapter 4. Analysis of Statically Determinate
Trusses
4.1. Classification of Trusses
Simple Truss
 It is constructed by starting with a basic triangular
element and connecting two members to form an
additi
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Chapter 3. System Loading and Behavior
3.1. Tributary Areas for Beams, Girders and Columns
Tributary Area
 loaded area of the structure that directly contributes to
the load applied to a particular member.
CE 131Structural Engineering I Lecture Notes
Chapter 2. Internal Force Resultants
2.1. Sign Convention
2.2. Shear and Moment Functions
Prepared by:
Engr. Sunseehray Alessandra B. Tirazona
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CE 131Structural Engineering I Lecture Notes
Prepared by:
Engr
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CE 131Structural Engineering I Lecture Notes
Chapter 1. Introduction to Structural Analysis
1.1. Structural Analysis and Design
Structural Analysis
 deals with the calculation of the magnitudes of the
forces and deformations
Structural Design
 deals
Solution Procedure to ChE 31 Third Quiz
It is desired to separate ibutane and nbutane from a gas mixture containing 1.9% by mole propane, 51.6%
by mole ibutane, 46.0% by mole nbutane, and the balance pentane using a butane splitter. The feed flows
at
ChE 31 Problem Set (with Final Answers)
NonReactive Single Unit Systems
1. Wet air containing 4.0 mole % water vapor is passed through a column containing calcium chloride pellets. The
pellets adsorb 97.0% of the water and none of the other constituents
ChE 31 Quiz 1
1.Provide ALL the quantities that the
following conversion factors/process
variables relate:
a. Density
b. Molecular weight
c. Molar concentration
d. Mass fraction
2. True or False
a. Specific gravity is a dimensionless quantity
b. The numer
ChE 31 Introduction to Chemical Engineering
Quiz No. 4
The fresh feed to an evaporationcrystallization process contains 19.6 wt% K2SO4. This is joined by a recycle
stream which is the filtrate from the crystallizerfilter tandem. The combined stream is f
ChE 31 Problem Set
NonReactive Single Unit Systems
1. Wet air containing 4.0 mole % water vapor is passed through a column containing calcium chloride pellets. The
pellets adsorb 97.0% of the water and none of the other constituents of the air. The colum
MATERIAL BALANCES FOR
PROCESSES WITH
CHEMICAL REACTIONS
(part C)
1
Degree of Freedom Analysis
for Reactive Systems
2
DF Analysis for Reactive Systems
DF analysis is useful for mass balance problems involving
multiple process units, recycle or bypass
A l
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ChE 31 Introduction to Chemical Engineering
PROBLEM SET N
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ChE 31 Introduction to Chemical Engineering
PROBLEM SET N
MATERIAL BALANCES FOR
PROCESSES WITH
CHEMICAL REACTIONS
(part D)
Product Separation
and Recycle
1
OVERALL &
SINGLE PASS CONVERSION
2
Overall and Single Pass Conversion
Overall Conversion
Single Pass Conversion
Evaluate Conversion of a
Reactant in a Recycl
MATERIAL BALANCES FOR
PROCESSES WITH
CHEMICAL REACTIONS
(part A)
MATERIAL BALANCES ON REACTIVE SYSTEMS
Stoichiometry
imposes constraints on relative
amounts of reactants and products
Generation
Term
Stoichiometric
Considerations
Consumption
Term
MATERIAL
MATERIAL BALANCES FOR
PROCESSES WITH
CHEMICAL REACTIONS
(part B)
1
Multiple Reactions,
Yield, & Selectivity
2
MULTIPLE REACTIONS, YIELD & SELECTIVITY
In industrial operations, SIDE REACTIONS often occur
LOSS in desired product
Example:
Production of Ethyl
BALANCES ON MULTIPLE
UNIT PROCESS
Consider Process Flow Chart for Syrup Production
Sorghum Stalks
Weighing and
Sampling
Power
Many industrial processes
usually involves several
process units and several
process streams.
Cane Preparation
Water
Steam Produc
PROCESS VARIABLES
PART 2
ChE 31  INTRODUCTION TO CHEMICAL ENGINEERING
Engr. Butch G. Bataller
2nd sem. 20142015
PRESSURE
hydrostatic pressure
absolute pressure
gauge pressure
atmospheric pressure
barometric pressure
standard atmospheric pressure
vacuum
MASS BALANCE FOR
SINGLE UNIT PROCESSES
WITHOUT CHEMICAL RXN
ChE 31  INTRODUCTION TO CHEMICAL ENGINEERING
Engr. Butch G. Bataller
2nd sem. 20142015
MATERIAL BALANCE
MATERIAL (MASS) BALANCE
One of the basic concepts in process engineering
Is based on th
CHE 31
INTRODUCTION TO CHEMICAL ENGINEERING
HANDOUT B
INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING CALCULATIONS
Prepared by CG Alfafara
Revised by BG Bataller
Department of Chemical Engineering, College of
Engineering and AgroIndustrial Technology
University of the Phili
MASS BALANCE FOR
SINGLE UNIT PROCESSES
WITHOUT CHEMICAL RXN
ChE 31  INTRODUCTION TO CHEMICAL ENGINEERING
Engr. Butch G. Bataller
2nd sem. 20142015
MATERIAL BALANCE
MATERIAL (MASS) BALANCE
One of the basic concepts in process engineering
Is based on th
PROCESS VARIABLES
PART 1
ChE 31  INTRODUCTION TO CHEMICAL ENGINEERING
Engr. Butch G. Bataller
2nd sem. 20142015
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
At the end of this lecture, the students must be able to:
1. Enumerate commonly used process variables;
2. Explain how t
ChE 31 Introduction to Chemical Engineering
Asst. Prof. Jewel A. Capunitan
2nd sem. A.Y. 20142015
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING
What factors led you to choose Chemical
Engineering as your future profession?
Where would you want to work if you
successfully finis
d. be provided scholarship in any of the identified teacher
education institutions for Science Education courses;
and
e. be allowed to teach even without the Licensure
Examination for Teachers (LET) eligibility but has to pass
the LET within 5 years from
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ChE 31 Introduction to Chemical Engineering
PROBLEM SET N
Introduction to Finance and Budgeting
Yves Alvin Carolasan
Laurichelle Bunag
Maureen Cario
Abstract
Proper planning and management of flow of money
can lead to any business success.
This chapter discusses the basics of financing and
budgeting. It introduc
The Inverse Hyperbolic Function and Their Derivatives
1. The Inverse Hyperbolic Sine Function a) Definition The inverse hyperbolic sine function is defined as follows: y = sinh 1 x iff sinh y = x with y in (,+) and x in (,+) f ( x ) = sinh 1 x : ( , ) ( ,
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CHAPTER 6 APPLICATIONS OF INTEGRATION
V EXAMPLE 4 Find the volume of the solid obtained by rotating the region bounded by
y x x 2 and y 0 about the line x 2.
SOLUTION Figure 10 shows the region and a cylindrical shell formed by rotation about the
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Traces
Unit 5.6
Cylinders and
Quadric Surfaces
Cylinders
1
Example 5.6.1
Quadric Surface
Ellipsoid
Example 5.6.2
2
Elliptic Paraboloid
Example 5.6.3
Elliptic Cone
Example 5.6.4
3
Reading Assignment
Required Exercises
End of Unit 5.6
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APPENDIX I ANSWERS TO ODDNUMBERED EXERCISES
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