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KMM 431 - KMM 431E Chemical Engineering Design I

Course Objectives

1.Develop professional skills in the design of chemical processes involving a variety of unit operations (absorption/stripping, distillation, extraction, adsorption, crystallization, chemical conversions, etc)
2.Provide experiences in problem solving approaches [define the problem; define existing data and additional information needed; obtain/measure the needed information; define the techniques to solve the problem and select the best approach to obtain a good (timely, adequate accuracy, and cost effective) solution
3.Provide knowledge to select/size/ design major equipment common to most chemical processes
4.Provide training and experiences in the use of a process simulation software (ChemCAD)
5.Provide training and experiences in report writing, oral presentations and teamwork

Course Description

Principles of chemical engineering design. Process flow diagrams. Engineering standards and realistic constraints. Selection, sizing/design of individual chemical process equipment such as pumps, exchangers, columns, drums, surge tanks. Design of a complete chemical process/product

Course Coordinator
Hale Gürbüz
Course Language
English
 
 
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