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Computer Aided Process Design and simulation

NATIONALLY HARMONIZED CHEMICAL ENGINEERING UG PROGRAM

Course Code ChEg5192

Course Name Computer Aided Process Design and simulation

Degree Program B.Sc. in Chemical Engineering

Module Name Core

Module Coordinator N.N.

Lecturer Bedewi Bilal

Office:- Engineering Building Room 201


Instructor’s contact Phone:- 0937565299
information E-mail:- bedewibil@gmail.com
Office hour:- Tuesday 2:30 – 4:30
Thursday 2:30 – 4:30

ECTS Credits 5

Students work load (per Lecture Tutorial Laboratory or Practice Home study
week) 3 0 3 4
Students work load(per 48hrs 0 48hrs 64hrs
semester)
Mode of delivery Parallel(per semester)

The aim is to introduce students with process software used in


process modeling and design.
Course Objectives & Up on the completion of courses,
Competences to be Acquired
o The students will be able to use chemical engineering
software to design process and simulate with aid of
computers
1. Programming Basics
1.1. Matrix
1.2. MATLAB
1.3. Pro II
2. Numerical Techniques
Course Description/Course 2.1. Algebraic & Nonlinear Equations
Contents 2.2. Numerical Integration
3. Modeling
3.1 Basic
3.2 Process Modeling
3.3 Reactors- CSTR, PFR
3.4 Vapor Liquid Equilibrium
Computer Aided Process Design and simulation
4. Separation Processes- binary, multi-component, Steady
State, dynamics
5. Simulation
5.1 Steady State simulation
5.2 Dynamics simulation
6. Design
6.1 Reactor & separators
6.2 Entire plant

Pre-requisites Pro-requisite ChEg5193 (Plant Design and Economics)

Semester Year V, Semester I

Status of Course Compulsory

Teaching & Learning Methods Lecture, laboratory practice , project work

Continuous Assessment........................50%
 Assignments.....................15%
 Quizzes............................10%
Assessment/Evaluation  Tests................................15%
 Project.............................10%
End term exam...................................50%

Attendance: As per harmonized academic policy


Assessments: students are supposed to handle all assessments on
time.
Course Policy
Cheating/plagiarism: it is strictly forbidden and any misconduct
is accountable per the students’ code of conduct.
Also, please do not chew gum, eat, listen to recorders or CD
players, wear sunglasses, or talk about personal problems. Please
be sure to turn off pagers and cell phones before class and exam
sessions

1. Bequette, B. W. Process Dynamics: Modeling, Analysis and


Simulation, Prentice-Hall: Upper Saddle River, 1998.
Literature 2. Luyben, W. L. Plantwide: Dynamic Simulators in Chemical
Processing and Control, Marcel Dekker: New York, 2002.
3. Perry's Chemical Engineers' Handbook, McGraw-Hill, 6th
edition.

Approval Section Module team