2016 Chemical Reaction Engineering

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Academic unit or major
Undergraduate major in Transdisciplinary Science and Engineering
Instructor(s)
Hinode Hirofumi  Cross Jeffrey Scott  Takeshita Kenji  Nakasaki Kiyohiko  Chiba Satoshi  Egashira Ryuichi  Matsumoto Yoshihisa  Andrews Eden Mariquit 
Course component(s)
Lecture
Day/Period(Room No.)
Wed3-4(S513)  Fri3-4(S513)  
Group
-
Course number
TSE.A204
Credits
2
Academic year
2016
Offered quarter
3Q
Syllabus updated
2017/1/11
Lecture notes updated
2016/11/16
Language used
Japanese
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Course description and aims

Using the example of the boundary of material and energy movement in a specific chemical reactor, we learn about the principles of material exchange, principles of reactor and reaction operation in various processes and, based on this, study the reaction and reactor operation in a production process. Firstly, we deal with chemical reactions ranging from simple to complex, also liquid phase Hitoshi phase reactions to non-Hitoshi phase reaction at the solid surface. Continuing, we explain the adjustment of a reactant, and unit operations for separation and mechanical operations. Moreover, the course covers the energy required for chemical reactors and for material transfer operations.

Student learning outcomes

Understanding material flow and exchange on the Earth is also relevant to solving environmental problems, proper maintenance of ecosystems, and constructing a sustainable society. In addition industrial applications of chemical reactors and design have a close link with our lifestyle. It is also possible to regard the earth as a large chemical reactor involving material transfer. The basic knowledge of reaction engineering includes learning precisely about the boundary between material and energy movement, quantitative treatment of various types of chemical reactions, and basic and applied knowledge of material and energy movement in a chemical reaction.

Keywords

Chemical reaction, unit operation, process engineering

Competencies that will be developed

Intercultural skills Communication skills Specialist skills Critical thinking skills Practical and/or problem-solving skills
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Class flow

The first part of each lecture (for 80 minutes) explains the lecture contents by writing on the blackboard. The remaining 10 minutes are applied to a problem related to the lecture contents (in the form of a short test or questionnaire).

Course schedule/Required learning

  Course schedule Required learning
Class 1 Lecture outline Check understanding of the course content
Class 2 The reaction rate Check understanding of the course content
Class 3 Simple reaction and complex reaction Check understanding of the course content
Class 4 Reaction mechanism Check understanding of the course content
Class 5 Chemical reaction in solution Check understanding of the course content
Class 6 Chemical reaction on the solid surface Check understanding of the course content
Class 7 Summary of chemical reaction Check understanding of the course content
Class 8 Basis of unit operation Check understanding of the course content
Class 9 Mechanical operation Check understanding of the course content
Class 10 Mechanical operation and exercise Check understanding of the course content
Class 11 Energy operation Check understanding of the course content
Class 12 Energy operation and exercise Check understanding of the course content
Class 13 Mass transfer Check understanding of the course content
Class 14 Mass transferand exercise Check understanding of the course content
Class 15 Overall summary Check understanding of the course content

Textbook(s)

Japanese textbook

Reference books, course materials, etc.

Japanese textbook.

Assessment criteria and methods

Through results of the exercise, report and test

Related courses

  • TSE.A201 : Material and Molecular Engineering
  • TSE.A202 : Solid Mechanics and Structure Engineering

Prerequisites (i.e., required knowledge, skills, courses, etc.)

No prerequisites are necessary

Contact information (e-mail and phone)    Notice : Please replace from "[at]" to "@"(half-width character).

Hirofumi Hinode:hinode[at]ide.titech.ac.jp・3320

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