Using the example of the boundary of material and energy movement in a specific chemical reactor, this course explains about the principles of material exchange, principles of reactor and reaction operation in various processes and, based on these, studies the reaction and reactor operation in a production process. Firstly, the chemical reactions ranging from simple to complex and from liquid phase homogeneous reactions to heterogeneous reactions at the solid surface are dealt with. Subsequently, this course introduces the fundamentals of the unit operations (mechanical operation, heat operation, mass transfer operation), which are related to the preparation, separation of a reactant and product, and the control of a chemical reactors.
At the end of this course, students will be able to issue a guideline to the design of various reactors and unit operations based on their fundamentals.
Chemical reaction, unit operation, process engineering
|✔ Specialist skills||✔ Intercultural skills||Communication skills||Critical thinking skills||Practical and/or problem-solving skills|
Class 1 ~ Class 7: 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).
Class 9 ~ Class 15: The class is composed mainly of lectures together with the related exercise problems.
* The following course schedule is subject to change.
|Course schedule||Required learning|
|Class 1||Course outline Reaction rate||Check the students' understanding regarding the course content|
|Class 2||Simple reaction and complex reaction||Check the students' understanding regarding the course content|
|Class 3||Kinetic theory of gases and reaction||Check the students' understanding regarding the course content|
|Class 4||Chemical reaction in solution (1)||Check the students' understanding regarding the course content|
|Class 5||Chemical reaction in solution (2)||Check the students' understanding regarding the course content|
|Class 6||Chemical reaction on the solid surface (1)||Check the students' understanding regarding the course content|
|Class 7||Chemical reaction on the solid surface (2)||Check the students' understanding regarding the course content|
|Class 8||Mid-quarter examination||Check the students' understanding regarding reaction engineering|
|Class 9||Course outline (after Class 9) Basis of unit operations|
|Class 10||Mechanical operation|
|Class 11||Exercise problems 1||Check students' understanding of basis of unit operations and mechanical operation|
|Class 12||Solution for Exercise problems 1 Heat/Energy operation|
|Class 13||Exercise problems 2||Check students' understanding of heat/energy operation|
|Class 14||Solution for Exercise problems 2 Mass transfer operation|
|Class 15||Exercise problems 3 and solution||Check the students' understanding of mass transfer operation|
|Class 16||Final examination||Check the students' understanding of fundamental unit operations|
To enhance effective learning, students are encouraged to spend approximately 100 minutes preparing for class and another 100 minutes reviewing class content afterwards (including assignments) for each class.
They should do so by referring to textbooks and other course material.
- Treybal; “Mass Transfer Operation,” McGraw-Hill
- The course materials can be found on OCW-i.
Students' course scores are based on exercise problems and exams.
No prerequisites are necessary, but enrollment in the related courses (TSE.A201, 202, 308) is desirable
Ryuichi Egashira: regashir[at]tse.ens.titech.ac.jp, Ex3584
Mariquit: mariquit.e.ab[at]m.titech.ac.jp, Ex3245