Unit Operations 1 TX00DJ67-3001 16.03.2020-08.05.2020 5 credits(TXM18S1, ...)+-
Learning outcomes of the course
On completion of the course the student will learn principles of most common unit operations of chemical engineering. The student will be able to calculate main dimensions of chosen equipment. The student will learn mathematic skills, which are needed in designing of equipment. The student masters the basics of the industry-specific English language at work.
Prerequisites and co-requisites
Material end Energy Balances
Fluid Mechanics
Heat Transfer and Energy Efficiency
Chemical Reaction Technology
Course contents
1. Mass transfer processes
2. Mixing/Agitation
3. Flotation
4. Fluidization
5. Membrane technologies
6. Laboratory experiments
Assessment criteria
Satisfactory
The student is able to calculate the mechanical unit processes with the given equations.
The student is familiar with some of the industry-specific equipment solutions.
The student is able to measure the experimental data and calculate it by means of predefined formulas, for example the dimensions of the equipment.
Good
Students are able to model mechanical unit processes based on given assumptions and evaluate and modify solutions as needed.
The student is familiar with the most common equipment solutions used in industry.
The student is able to handle experimental data and calculate with given equations, for example, size of equipment.
Excellent
The student is able to model mechanical unit processes based on meaningful assumptions and to analyze, evaluate and modify solutions and models as needed.
The student knows the equipment and process solutions used in industry.
The student is able to handle experimental data and calculate it, for example, size of equipment and to evaluate the results based on the literature