CHEG 112 - Introduction to Chemical Engineering
Homework 7 Solutions
3. 4.50 from Felder-Rousseau-Bullard
Following is a diagram of the shirt-cleaning process used by the Floods of Suds One-Day
Laundry Services, Inc. The shirts are soaked in an agitated t
Homework 9 Solutions
Problem 1 (FRB 7.18)
(a) The system is already given as the gas confined within the piston and cylinder. This makes
sense because its change in energy is what we care about. The system boundary is the
boundary of the space confined by
CHEG 112 - Introduction to Chemical Engineering
Homework 8 Solutions
1. Metallurgical-grade silicon is purified to electronic grade for use in the semiconductor
industry by chemically separating it from impurities. The Si metal reacts with hydrogen chlori
HW4 Problem 1
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HW 4 Problem 2
2
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CHEG 112 - Introduction to Chemical Engineering
Homework 6 Solutions
1. 4.20 from Felder-Rousseau-Bullard
A 100 kmol/h stream that is 97 mole% carbon tetrachloride (CCl4 ) and 3% carbon
disulfide (CS2 ) is to be recovered from the bottom of a distillation
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CHEG 112 - Introduction to Chemical Engineering
Homework 5 Solutions
1. There are unit conversion errors in Examples 7.1 and 7.2 of the Denn text. Recompute
the values for Tables 7.1 and 7.2 assuming that cAf = cBf = 11gmol/L. Report all
your results in g
CHEG 112
HW Set #1
Spring 2017
Assigned on Thursday, 9 February and due before 3:15 pm in class on 16 February
For all problems, be sure to state all assumptions you need to use in solving the problem, and cite any key
information from the problem stateme
CHEG 401 Chemical Process Dynamics and Control
Problem Set 4
Due Thursday, October 15
1.
Ogunnaike and Ray, problem 13.4
2.
Ogunnaike and Ray, problem 13.9
3.
Ogunnaike and Ray, problem 14.8
4.
Ogunnaike and Ray, problem 14.12
CHEG 401 Chemical Process Dynamics and Control
Problem Set 2
Due Thursday, September 17
1.
Ogunnaike and Ray, problem 4.2
2.
Ogunnaike and Ray, problem 4.3
3.
Ogunnaike and Ray, problem 5.5
4.
Ogunnaike and Ray, problem 5.7
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CHEG 401 Chemical Process Dynamics and Control
Problem Set 9
Due Thursday, December 3
1. Ogunnaike and Ray, problem 20.10. Before working the problem as stated, also determine
the open-loop poles and zeros of the process transfer function G(s).
2. Ogunnai
CHEG 401 Chemical Process Dynamics and Control
Problem Set 4
Due Thursday, October 1
1.
Ogunnaike and Ray, problem 7.3
2.
Ogunnaike and Ray, problem 7.4
3.
Ogunnaike and Ray, problem 8.5
4.
Ogunnaike and Ray, problem 9.7
5.
The continuous stirred tank the
CHEG 401 Chemical Process Dynamics and Control
Problem Set 3
Due Thursday, September 24
1.
Derive the differential equation for the height of the second tank in a system of two noninteracting tanks due to an input disturbance in flow rate to t
CHEG 401 Chemical Process Dynamics and Control
Problem Set 8
Due Thursday, November 12
1.
Ogunnaike and Ray, problem 24.4
2.
Ogunnaike and Ray, problem 26.3
3.
Ogunnaike and Ray, problem 25.2
4.
Ogunnaike and Ray, problem 26.5
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CHEG 401 Chemical Process Dynamics and Control
Problem Set 6
Due Thursday, October 22
1.
Ogunnaike and Ray, problem 15.1
2.
Ogunnaike and Ray, problem 15.2
3.
Ogunnaike and Ray, problem 15.7
4.
Ogunnaike and Ray, problem 16.4
Table of Contents
Homework 6
CHEG 401 Chemical Process Dynamics and Control
Problem Set 7
Due Thursday, October 29
1.
Ogunnaike and Ray, problem 16.2
2.
Ogunnaike and Ray, problem 16.6
3.
Ogunnaike and Ray, problem 17.1 part (a) only
4.
Ogunnaike and Ray, problem 17.2
Note: In 17.2,
CHEG 401 Chemical Process Dynamics and Control
Problem Set 1
Due Thursday, September 10
1.
Ogunnaike and Ray, problem 1.1 (do part a only)
2.
Ogunnaike and Ray, problem 3.3
3.
You are designing a controller for this continuous stirred tank the
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Chapter 5 - Introduction to using Aspen Plus
David G R Short
Summary
Aspen Plus is a flowsheet simulator program that was developed to simplify complex chemical
engineering calculations of steady state process operations. The simulator is used at the Univ
Chapter 5 - Introduction to using Aspen Plus
David G R Short
Summary
Aspen Plus is a flowsheet simulator program that was developed to simplify complex chemical
engineering calculations of steady state process operations. The simulator is used at the Univ
CHEG231 HW 8 IG, vdW, and PR EOS
for Carbon Disulfide
Table of Contents
Clear workspace . 1
Part A: Find vdW Parameters . 1
Part B: Compute vdW EOS and compare with IG EOS . 2
Part C: Find PR EOS Paramters . 4
Part D: Plot PR EOS . 5
Clear workspace
clear
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Beginners Matlab Tutorial
Introduction
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CHEG 231: Thermodynamics
Honors Assignment 3
Due November 22
If you would like, you may work in groups of 2 or 3 for this assignment.
Introduction
Many chemical engineering purifications involve the separation of liquids and gases. These purifications
are
% Homework 7
% Generate a PV Curve using the VDW EOS
% Note: Adding "%" before your text allows you to add comments without getting
% errors in Matlab
clc; clear all; close all;
% Compound = Carbon Disulfide
Tc = 552; %K Define Tc
Pc = 7.9e6; %Pa Define P
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CHEG 231: Fall 2013
Exam IA
Section: _
September 25, 2013
This is a closed book, closed notes exam. Indicate any and all assumptions you
make, and avoid those which are unnecessary. All notation must be clearly
indicated. Points will be deducted f
CHEG231 Thermodynamics I
Semester Project
Due Wednesday December 4, 2013
Thermodynamic Data and Charts
Prepare the following information for your compound and include these in your report. Some of the
required material was previously assigned as homework,