CBE 210 Thermodynamic Process Analysis
Homework Assignment #9
Due: Friday, April 15, 2016
*Note: only some problems will be graded
1. Your boss has given you the task of designing a flash evaporation process to
separate aromatic hydrocarbons. The feed to
CBE 210 Thermodynamic Process Analysis
Homework Assignment #3
Due: Friday, February 12, 2016
*Note: only some problems will be graded
1. SVNA 3.35
2. SVNA 3.49.
A 0.35-m3 vessel holds ethane vapor at 25 C and 2,200 kPa. If it is heated to 220 C, what
pres
CBE 210 Thermodynamic Process Analysis
Homework Assignment #10
Due: Friday, April 22, 2016
*Note: only some problems will be graded
1. Show how Equation 12.15a was derived from Equation 12.14.
2. The table below (also posted as an Excel file) presents VLE
CBE 210 Thermodynamic Process Analysis
Homework Assignment #8
Due: Friday, April 8, 2016
*Note: only some problems will be graded
1. Describe how the weather term dew point relates to vapor-liquid equilibrium, using terminology
and concepts from this cour
CBE 210 Thermodynamic Process Analysis
Homework Assignment #2
Due: Friday, February 5, 2016
*Note: only some problems will be graded
1. An ideal gas is changed from P1 = 1 bar and V1t = 12 m3 to P2 = 12 bar and V2t = 1 m3
by the following mechanically rev
CBE 210
PRACTICE EXAM #1
Time limit: 50 minutes
READ each problem carefully
Show all work!
Include units and correct significant figures where appropriate
Write your name on each page of your solutions
The only answers that will be graded are the ones on
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% Matlab code for 4.a in HW#7
% Constants for water
omega = 0.345; %
Tc = 647.1;
% K
Pc = 220.55;
% bar
Pc = Pc * 100; % kPa
% Conditions for this problem
P = 3300;
% kPa
Pr = P/Pc;
% For this problem, we
CBE 210
PRACTICE FINAL EXAM
Time limit: 2.0 hours
READ each problem carefully
Show all work!
Include units and correct significant figures where appropriate
Write your name on each page of your solutions
The only answers that will be graded are the ones o
CBE 210
PRACTICE FINAL EXAM
Time limit: 2.0 hours
READ each problem carefully
Show all work!
Include units and correct significant figures where appropriate
Write your name on each page of your solutions
The only answers that will be graded are the ones o
CBE 210 Thermodynamic Process Analysis
Homework Assignment #1 (modified)
Due: Friday, January 29, 2016
*Note: only some problems will be graded
1. Giant sequoias are among the tallest trees on Earth. Water entering at the roots
must be transported up appr
CBE 310: Molecular Concepts and Applications
L3: Heat Capacity of Solids
Photoelectric Effect and
Bohrs Model of the Hydrogen Atom
08 28 2015
Read Chapter 1 in Lowe (Finish for Monday)
Finish Chapter 8 in Atkins
Start reading Chapter 2 in Lowe
(Wednesday
CBE 310 Molecular Concepts and Applications
08 31 2015
Schrdinger Equation
For Today: 1) Summarize the experiments that lead up to the development of QM
2) Finish talking about these experiments
3) Set up derivation of Schrodinger's equation
Reading: Fini
CBE 310 Molecular Concepts and Applications
09 02 2015
Schrdinger Equation
For Today: 1) Summarize the experiments that lead up to the development of QM
2) Idealized wave equations, Wave equations of a physical system
3) Derivation of Schrodinger's equati
CBE 310
Molecular Concepts and Applications
Particle in a Box, well, double well
09 04 2015
For Today: 1) Talk about some formal math relating to how we will be dealing with
quantum mechanical equations
2) Start talking about our first quantum mechanical
CBE201
Material and Energy Balances
Illustra(on: a process ow diagram for maleic anhydride produc(on.
Agenda
Course personnel
Logis1cs
Course content overview
Grading
Academic Integrity
Learning Strategies, Resources
L7
CBE201: Current and Upcoming
Current Reading
Assignment
Murphy
3.1 3.2
Suggested Examples
to Work
Murphy
3.1 3.11
Upcoming Due Dates
HW3 due Thursday, Sep 17
Beginning of class
GRP2 due Thursday, Sep 24
Note: the Exam 1 study guide is up.
2 Practice Ex
L6
CBE201: Current and Upcoming
Current Reading
Assignment
Murphy
3.1 3.2
Upcoming Due Dates
HW3 due Thursday, Sep 17
Beginning of class
Suggested Examples
to Work
Murphy
3.1 3.11
Upcoming Office Hours: Standard
Monday, 8:00-10:00 am, Scott 357 (or 356)
W
Introduction
1. What is Process Simulation ? This course is NOT about MATLAB, which means I wont teach it but you will use it.
(1) Another title for this course could be Numerical Methods for Chemical and Biological Engineers.
(2) Programming in MATLAB is
Colorado State University
Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering
CBE 442: Separation Processes
Course Outline - Fall 2014
Prerequisites:
Lecture:
Location:
CBE332
MF 2:00 2:50 p.m. and W 2:00 3:50 p.m.
Scott Bioengineering 229
Instructor:
Offic
CHAPTER 2
2.1
IF x < 10 THEN
IF x < 5 THEN
x=5
ELSE
PRINT x
END IF
ELSE
DO
IF x < 50 EXIT
x=x-5
END DO
END IF
2.2
Step 1: Start
Step 2: Initialize sum and count to zero
Step 3: Examine top card.
Step 4: If it says end of data proceed to step 9; otherwise,
Colorado State University
Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering
CBE 442: Separation Processes
Homework #1 Due September 5, 2014
Note: Answers to Selected Exercises are given in the back of the book. To receive
credit, please show your work as