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Vietnam National University – Ho Chi Minh City University of Technology SYLLABUS Detailed Description of Course 1. General information -

Name: Process Engineering 1

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Level (General education, specialization):

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Instructor in charge: Dr. Phạm Thanh Quan, Hochiminh city University of Technology, Vietnam National University HCMC

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Participating instructors: + Dr. Pham Thanh Quan, Hochiminh city University of Technology, Vietnam National University HCMC + Dr. Le Thi Kim Phung, Hochiminh city University of Technology, Vietnam National University HCMC + Dr. Huỳnh Kỳ Phương Hạ, Hochiminh city University of Technology, Vietnam National University HCMC + Dr. Mai Thanh Phong, Hochiminh city University of Technology, Vietnam National University HCMC

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Number of hours: 60 o o o o o o

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Theory: 40 Experiments-Practice:5 lectures Problems sessions: 15 Discussions: Group works:3 (practical) Self-study: 45

This course is for: o Mandatory: x for specialization: . . . o Optional: for specialization: . . .

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Requirements: o Courses which students must have passed: o Courses which students must have registered: Mathematics 1 and 2, Physics o Courses which students must register simultaneously: o Other requirements:

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2. Objects of the course To provide students with the basic principles and knowledge which define chemical/ bio process engineering and to demonstrate these through basic calculations and problem solving. Students are introduced to topics and theory related to the core tasks that process engineers undertake. 3. Brief contents The four main areas of chemical/bio engineering are introduced: conservation principles, fluid mechanics, transfer processes and reaction engineering. 4. Detail contents Chapter 1: Introduction (4L) 1.1 Introduction to process engineering 1.2 Examples of important process engineering equipment or unit operations 1.3 Process Variables 1.4 Units and dimensions Chapter 2: Material balances (without chemical reaction) (4L) 1.1 Introduction 1.2 Flow-sheeting 1.3 Conservation principle 1.4 Material balances Problems sessions (2L) Chapter 3: Energy and Momentum Conservation (4L) 1.1 Introduction 1.2 Energy Conservation 1.3 Momentum Conservation Problems sessions (2L) Chapter 4: Fluid Mechanics (4L) 1.1 Introduction 1.2 Fluid parameters 1.3 Bernoulli principles 1.4 Apply Bernoulli principles Problems sessions (2L) Chapter 5: Heat Transfer (4L) 1.1 Introduction 1.2 Conduction heat transfer 1.3 Convection heat transfer 1.4 Radiation heat transfer Problems sessions (2L) Chapter 6: Mass Transfer (4L) 1.1 Introduction 1.2 Mass transfer mechanisms and kinetics 1.3 Mass transfer equipments Problems sessions (2L) Chapter 7: Reaction engineering (4L) 2


1.1 Introduction 1.2 Design equations 1.3 Apply design equations Problems sessions (2L) Final-semester revision (2L) 5. Methods of instruction and study Lectures, problem solving and visiting real process. 6. Method of assessment -

Intra semester: Tutorials, practical and tests = 40%

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Final 1,5 hours written (open-book) examination = 60%

7. References 1. K. A. Solen & J. N. Harb, “Introduction to Chemical Process: Fundamental & Design”, 4th Edition, McGrall Hill (2005). 2. R.M. Felder & R. W. Rousseau, “Elementary Principles of Chemical Processes”, 3rd Edition, 2005 Edition with Integrated Media and Study Tools, Wiley (2005). 3. D. M. Himmelblau & J. B. Riggs, “Basic Principles and Calculations in Chemical Engineering”, 7th Edition, Prentice-Hall (2004). 4. R. M. Murphy, “Introduction to Chemical Processes: Principles, Analysis, Synthesis”, McGraw-Hill (2007). 5. G.V. Reklaitis, “Introduction to Material and Energy Balances”, Wiley (1983). 8. Software or Technologies

Dean/ Head of Department (Signature and Name)

Instructor (Signature and Name)

Dr. Phạm Thanh Quan

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