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LESSON PLAN

FACULTY OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING

CBE582

UNIVERSITI TEKNOLOGI MARA

SEPARATION PROCESSES I

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  • 1.0 COURSE INFORMATION

COURSE NAME

:

SEPARATION PROCESSES I

COURSE CODE

:

CBE582

PROGRAM

:

EH222

SEMESTER

:

4

CREDIT HOURS

:

3

CONTACT HOURS

:

4

COURSE STATUS

:

CORE

PRE-REQUISITE

:

NIL

  • 2.0 SYNOPSIS

The course introduces the students to the fundamental concepts separation processes. The topics covered include the basic equilibrium relationships and material balance on unit operations. In addition, equipment description and preliminary design of distillation, absorption, stripping and liquid-liquid extraction will be covered.

  • 3.0 OBJECTIVES Upon completion of this course, students should be able to:

    • 1. Select suitable unit operations on mass transfer and fluid interaction principles.

    • 2. Perform chemical engineering calculations involving mass and heat transfer in various unit operations.

    • 3. Develop extensive understanding on the concepts of distillation, gas absorption and liquid- liquid extraction.

  • 4.0 METHODS OF INSTRUCTION Lectures and tutorials

  • Lectures

    :

    Tutorials

    :

    (in weeks)

    3 hours/week

    1 hour/week

    • 5.0 LESSON PLAN

    WEEK

    DURATION

    TOPICS & CONTENTS

    ACTIVITIES

         

    Briefing on the course objectives and lesson

    • 1.0 Principles of mass transfer

    plan.

    1

    1

    Read the text book:

    • 2.0 Introduction to separation system

    Chapter 6

       
    • 3.0 Vapor-liquid separation process

    Read the text book:

    2-6

    5

    • 3.1 Distillation definition and physical

    Chapter 10 & 11

    concepts

       
    • 3.2 Batch distillation

    Assignment 1

    • 3.3 Continuous distillation

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    • 3.4 Azeotropic distillation

     

    Test 1 in Week 7:

    • 3.5 Multicomponent distillation

       
    • 4.0 Gas-liquid separation process

     

    Read the text book:

    • 4.1 Gas absorption and stripping definition,

    Chapter 10

     

    applications and notations

    • 4.2 Gas-liquid equilibrium for ideal solution

     

    according to Raoult’s law

    7-11

    5

    • 4.3 Packed tower description and design

    Assignment 2

    • 4.4 Multistage countercurrent operation graphical method to determine number of theoretical stages

    Industrial visit

    • 4.5 Two-film theory of gases-liquid system

    • 4.6 Determination of tower height

       
    • 5.0 Liquid-liquid separation process

    Read the text book:

    • 5.1 Extraction definition and applications

    Chapter 12

    • 5.2 Solvent selectivity

     

    12-13

    2

    • 5.3 Phase diagrams

    Assignment 3

    • 5.4 Single stage calculations

    Test 2 in Week 13:

    • 5.5 Multi-stage countercurrent system

    • 5.6 Liquid-liquid extraction equipment

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    Special topic/Revision

     

    Assignment 4/

     

    Presentation

    • 6.0 ASSESSMENT

    Tests and Assignments

    :

    40%

    Final Examination

    :

    60%

    • 7.0 TEXT BOOK USED Geankoplis,

    C.J.

    (2003).

    Transport

    Processes

    (4 th ed.). New York: Prentice Hall.

    and

    Separation

    Process

    Principles

    • 8.0 REFERENCES

      • 8.1 Coulson, M. and Richardson, J.F. (1993). Chemical Engineering: Unit Operations, Vol. 2 (4 th ed.). Oxford: Pergamon Press.

      • 8.2 Seader, J.D. and Henley, E.J. (1998). Separation Process Principles. New York: Wiley & Sons.

      • 8.3 Treybal, E. (1990). Mass Transfer Operations (4 th ed.). New York: McGraw Hill.

      • 8.4 McCabe, I., Smith, J.C. and Harriot, P. (2001). Unit Operations of Chemical Engineering (6 th ed.). New York: McGraw Hill.

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    • 9.0 ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

    Attendance is compulsory. Students who fail to comply 80% of the attendance will be barred

    from taking the final examination. Absence from lecture, tutorial, test or presentation must be supported by relevant document.

    Late submission of assignment will be penalized with deduction of marks.

    No plagiarism is allowed in any aspect. Students will be penalized due to non compliance of this matter.

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