Separation Processes – An Overview
By Farhan Ahmad email@example.com
DEPARTMENT OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING
Subject Subject code Contact hours Credit hours Separation Processes
Ch.E. - 310
30 % (Quizzes + Attendance + Class participation + Assignments) 30% 40% 3
Introduction to Mass Transfer Operations Selection criteria among different separation processes Complete design calculations for equilibrium stage processes; Distillation Absorption Leaching Liquid-Liquid Extraction
Design calculations for differential contractors
Applications of Mass Transfer Fundamentals
Calculation of Rate of Mass Transfer: Limiting Processes Case studies taking Environment, Manufacturing and Economic effects 4
Text Book McCabe Warren L., Smith Julian C., Harriott Peter “Unit Operations of Chemical Engineering” 5th Ed. 2001. McGraw Hill Inc.
Coulson J.M., Richardson J.F., “Chemical Engineering” Vol-II. 1. Seader, J. D., and Ernest J. Henley. “Separation Process Principles”, New York, NY.
2. Ernest J. Henley and Seader, J. D. “Equilibrium-Stage
Operations in Chemical Engineering”, John Wiley and Sons.
3. King, C. J. “Separation Processes” 2nd ed. New York, NY: McGraw-Hill. 4. Louis Theodore and Francesco Ricci“Mass Transfer Operations for the Practicing Engineer” John Willey and sons. 5. Fouad M. Khoury, “Multi-stage Separation Processes”, 3rd edition.
6. Perry Robert H., Green Don W. “Perry’s Chemical Engineering handbook” 8th Ed. McGraw Hill Inc. 7. Treybal, R. E. “Mass Transfer Operations”, 3rd ed. New York, NY: Reference Books McGraw-Hill. 8. Jaime Benitez, “Principles and Modern Applications of Mass Transfer
9. RONALD W. ROUSSEAU, “ Handbook of Separation Process Technology” John Wiley and Sons.
“Unit Operations of Chemical Engineering” 5th / 6th / 7th Ed.
By Warren L. McCabe, Julian C. Smith & Peter Harriott.
“Chemical Engineering” 2nd volume , 5th Ed.
By J. F. Richardson & J. H. Harker with J. R. Backhurst
“Separation Process Principles”
Seader, J. D., and Ernest J. Henley.
“Equilibrium-Stage Separation Operations in Chemical Engineering” By Ernest J. Henley and J.D. Seader
“Mass Transfer Operations for the Practicing Engineer”
By Louis Theodore & Francesco Ricci
“Multistage Separation Processes” 3rd Ed. By Fouad M. Khoury
“Perry’s Chemical Engineering handbook” 8th Ed.
Perry Robert H., Green Don W.
“Mass Transfer Operations” 3rd Ed. by Robert E. Treybal
“Principles and Modern Applications of Mass Transfer Operations”
“ Handbook of Separation Process Technology”
Ronald W. Rousseau
Separation Processes - An Introduction
Thermodynamics Chemical Process Principles Fundamentals of Heat and Mass Transfer Key concepts related to Basic sciences like Mathematics,
Physics, Chemistry, computer applications etc.
To provide an understanding of basic concepts & principles of separation processes and fundamental knowledge of mass transfer operations. Illustrate how to solve the problems by using fundamental relations involved in process industries. To master the skills of applying this knowledge to perform calculations of design and operation for separation related unit operations. To be able to identify the suitable process for particular separation problem
Always read the text with pencil, paper and calculator in hand; work through the details of the basic concepts and mathematical formulations and supply any missing steps.
Whenever necessary, go back to the textbooks to brush up on fundamentals and basics etc. This is an excellent time to...
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