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Unit Operations in Chemical Engineering

Learn the most important Unit Operations in Chemical Plants
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Chemical Engineering Guy
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Understand the importance of Unit Operations in the Chemical Industry
Identify relevant Unit Operations in Process Flow Diagrams
Get to know the basic concepts behind Unit Operations
Recognize typical Equipment Design & Operation
Pressure Changers: Pumping, piping, fittings, compressing, etc...
Heat Exchange: heaters, coolers, condensers, boilers
Separation Processes: flashing, distillation, absorbers, fractionation columns
Reactors: Batch, Stirred Tank, Plug Flow, etc...

In this course we study the core of Chemical Engineering: Unit Operations.

  • What are Unit Operations?
  • Typical Unit Operations in Chemical Engineering
  • Piping & Fittings
  • Pumping, Compressing and Fluid Metering
  • Fluidisation Beds
  • Heat Exchangers (Heat & Shell, Plates)
  • Condensers
  • Evaporators (Falling/Rising Film, Natural and Forced Convection)
  • Reboilers (Kettle, Thermosyphon)
  • Flashing & Distillation
  • Liquid and Gas Dispersion
  • Absorption and Stripping
  • Liquid Liquid Extraction
  • Drying and Humidification
  • Adsorption
  • Batch Reactors
  • Continuous Stirred Tank Reactors
  • Plug Flow Reactor
  • Packed Bed Reactors
  • Process Flow Diagrams (PDF)
  • Pipe & Instrumentation Diagrams (P&ID)

We cover from design, models and overall review of Unit Operations.

Introduction

1
Welcome to the Course!
2
Objectives
3
What are Unit Operations?
4
Slideshow & Resources

Momentum Transfer Operations

1
Introduction to Momentum Transfer Operations
2
Pressure Changers
3
Piping & Fittings
4
Piping - Models
5
Piping - P&ID Symbols
6
Momentum - Reference
7
Fittings - General
8
Fittings - Models
9
Fittings - P&ID Symbol
10
Fittings - Reference Books
11
Fluid Metering - General
12
Fluid Metering - Models
13
Fluid Metering - P&ID Symbol
14
Agitation & Mixing - General
15
Agitation & Mixing - Models
16
Agitation & Mixing - P&ID Symbol
17
Pumps - General Overview
18
Positive Displacement Pumps
19
Positive Displacement Pumps - P&ID Symbols
20
Kinetic / Centrifugal Pumps
21
Centrifugal Pumps Models
22
Centrifugal Pumps - P&ID Symbols
23
Cavitation
24
Pump & System Curves
25
System Curve
26
Pump Curve
27
Series vs. Parallel Pumps
28
Fans & Blowers
29
Compressors - General
30
Compressors - Models
31
Compressors - P&ID Symbols
32
Fluidization Introduction
33
Fluidization Bed - Applications
34
Fluidized Bed - P&ID Symbols

Heat Transfer Operations

1
Introduction to Heat Transfer Operations
2
Heat Transfer
3
Heat Transfer Reference
4
Shell & Tube Exchanger
5
Plate Exchangers
6
Spiral Exchangers
7
Tubular Exchangers
8
Heat Exchangers Models
9
Heat Exchangers - P&ID Symbols
10
Condensers
11
Condensers - Utilities
12
Condensers - P&ID Symbol
13
Evaporators & Reboilers - General
14
Batch Evaporator
15
Forced Circulation Evaporator
16
Natural Circulating Evaporator
17
Falling Film Evaporator
18
Rising Film Evaporator
19
Kettle Reboiler
20
Thermosyphone
21
Evaporators - P&ID Symbos
22
Furnace - General
23
Furnace - P&ID Symbol

Mass Transfer Operations

1
Introduction to Mass Transfer Operations
2
Mass Transfer Operations
3
Mass Transfer and Separation Processes Reference Books
4
Gas Dispersion - General
5
Sparged Vessel (Bubble Column)
6
Tray Towers
7
Bubble Cap Trays
8
Sieve Trays
9
Liquid Dispersion - General
10
Venturi Scrubber
11
Spray Towers
12
Wetted Wall Towers
13
Packed Tower
14
What is Absorbtion?
15
Singel vs. Multiple Stages
16
Absorber Columns
17
Sour Gas - Absorption/Stripping Example
18
What is Flashing?
19
T-xy Diagrams
20
Flash Drum
21
Distillation - General
22
Binary Distillation - General
23
Binary Distillation - Models
24
Column Design
25
Multicomponent Distillation
26
Fractionation Column
27
Distillation Columns - PID
28
Liquid-Liquid Extraction
29
Solvent Selection
30
Ternary Diagrams
31
Column Equipment for Liq-Liq Extraction
32
Mixer -Setller Extractors
33
What is Adsorption?
34
Adsorption Column
35
Industrial Adsorption Columns
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