The chemical process consists of various types of unit operations in order to convert raw materials to products. In this course, the basic methods for designing a number of typical unit operations are studied.
After studying this subject, the students should be able to carry out a basic design of typical unit operations which make up a chemical process.
Unit operation, Design, Chemical Process
|✔ Specialist skills||Intercultural skills||Communication skills||Critical thinking skills||✔ Practical and/or problem-solving skills|
Lectures and exercises to deepen understanding of the subject.
|Course schedule||Required learning|
|Class 1||Fundamentals of unit operations|
|Class 2||Classification and Thickening|
|Class 3||Filtration, Mixing and Agitation|
|Class 4||Exercise (1)||Designs of classification and thickening, filtration, mixing and agitation|
|Class 5||Heat exchange|
|Class 8||Exercise (2)||Designs of heat exchange, distillation|
No specified textbook
- Fujita; "Kagakukogakuenshu" (2nd ed), Tokyo Kagaku Dojin (2000)
- Treybal; "Mass-Transfer Operations" (第3版)，McGraw-Hill (1980)
- Fujita; "Kagakukogaku (I)" (Iwanamizensho, 2nd ed), Iwanamishoten (1979)
- Oyama; "Kagakukogaku (II)" (Iwanamizensho), Iwanamishoten (1963)
- Otake; "Kagakukogaku (III)" (Iwanamizensho, 2nd ed), Iwanamishoten (1978)
The course material prepared for each class based on the above reference books etc is uploaded on OCW-i system after the class.
Exercise 30 %, Final exam 70 %
It is required to take "TSE.A204 ： Chemical Reaction Engineering" and "ZUQ.T202 ： Thermodynamics" in the above.