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SEPTEMBER 2013 JANUARY 2014

PROCESS ENGINEERING II

CPE633 PROCESS ENGINEERING II

PROFILE
SITI SHAWALLIAH IDRIS TOWER 2:LEVEL 11: ROOM 9C CONTACT:
03-55436312 012-3882579 shawal_idris@yahoo.com

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COURSE REQUIREMENT
Course Info: CREDIT HOURS - 3.0 CONTACT HOURS - 4.0 COURSE STATUS CORE Course Outcomes: Upon completion of this course, students are expected to be able to: CO 1 - Explain the scientiZic and engineering principles underlying process and heat integration in solving energy efZiciency issues. CO 2 - Determine the minimum utility targets for process system. CO 3 - Apply and integrate knowledge of engineering with the economic tradeoffs.

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SYLLABUS CONTENT
WEEK CHAPTER
Introduction to Process Integration Using Pinch Analysis.

ACTIVITIES

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Setting the Pinch Design Targets and Network Design The Energy Targets Through Composite Curve The Energy Targets Through Problem Table Analysis Heat Exchanger Network Design for Maximum Energy Recovery Effect of Pinch Grid Diagram Pinch Matches Stream Splitting Threshold Problem Capital Cost Considerations The Minimum Network Area The Minimum Number Unit Targets Reducing Number of Units Through Relaxation Technique Loop and Path

Assignment 1 Tutorial

Assignment 2 Tutorial

Tutorial TEST 1

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Basic Concept of Process Design and Read Concept of Process Integration Integration HE Types and ConZigurations and Fired Group Assignment/Presentation Heaters Temperature-Enthalpy Diagrams

SYLLABUS CONTENT (Contd)


WEEK CHAPTER Process Utility Systems Multiple Utilities Process Utility Interface Combined Heat and Power (CHP) Heat Integration for Reactors, Distillation Column, Heat Engine and Heat Pump ACTIVITIES Assignment 3 Tutorial

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Tutorial Example

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Water Pinch Analysis Household Example of Water Pinch Concept Mass Transfer Based and Non-Mass Transfer Based Processes Setting Minimum Utility Targets Generic Approaches The Water Cascade Analysis Technique

Tutorial TEST 2

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DELIVERY METHODS & ASSESSMENT


Teaching methods: 2 hrs Lecture 1 hr tutorial Assessment Test & Assignment Final Examination

40% 60%

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REFERENCES
References Smith, R. (2000). Chemical Process Design. McGraw-Hill Companies, USA Douglas, J.M. (1998). Conceptual Design of Chemical Processes.USA Incropera, F.P. & DeWitt, D.P. (2002). Introduction to Heat Transfer, 4th Edition, Wiley. Coulson, J.M. & Ricahrdson J.F. (1999). Chemical Engineering Volume 6, 3rd Edition, Butterworth- Heinemann. Ian C. Kemp (2007). Pinch Analysis and Process Integration- A User Guide on Process Integration for EfCicient Use of Energy . 2nd Ed, Butterworth-Heinemann.

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END OF PRESENTATION

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