SKF 3333 Separation 2

SYNOPSIS

This subject introduces different types of unit operations and separation processes involved in the chemical industries such as particle technology, crystallization, solid-liquid separation, drying and evaporation. All of the topic is illustrated by detail examples and is accompanied by homework exercises.

By the end of the course, students are able to:

CO1: Explain the differences of solid-liquid operations and equipments.

CO2:Calculate particle size and power requirement for size reduction process.

CO3:Determine terminal velocity of particles in motion and minimum fluidization velocity of fluid.

CO4:Solve crystal yield and energy release during crystallization.

CO5:Analyze complex problems related to constant pressure or constant rate filtrations.

CO6:Analyze changes in moisture contents of solid during drying.

CO7:Design single and multiple effect evaporators.

CO8:Choose to commit to seek knowledge in literature of particulate technology application

COURSE OUTCOMES           

SKF3333-CO_2014

SLIDE

Chapter 1 – Particle technology

Chapter 2 – Size Reduction

Chapter 3 – Motion of Particles

Chapter 4 – Crystallization

Chapter 5 – Filtration

Chapter 6 – Drying

Chapter 7 – Evaporation

TEST QUESTION – SAMPLES

SEPARATION 2-TEST 1

TEST_1 SEP2_2012

 

 

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