Chapter 1: Introduction of Unit Operation for Chemical Engineering

- What is Unit Operation in Chemical Engineering

- Pressure unit, a proportionality constant (g_{c})

- Unit Conversion (SI Unit and Engineering Unit)

CLO1 students are able to calculate about the unit conversion

CLO2 students are able to understand theory of unit operation of chemical engineering

Chapter 2: Fluid Mechanics

- Theory of Fluid Mechanics

- Basic equation of Fluid flow in pipe

CLO1 students are able to understand about fluid static, fluid properties, type of fluids

CLO2 students are able to calculate continuity equation, Force from momentum equation, Bernoulli’s equation.

Chapter 3: Flow measurement and Fiction loss in pipe

- Flow measurement

- Fiction loss in pipe

CLO1 students are able to calculate pressure drop from manometer.

CLO2 students are able to calculate flowrate, velocity from flow measurement such as venturi, orifice meter.

CLO3 students are able to calculate fiction factor.

Chapter 4: Transportation of Fluids

- Means of producing fluid flow

- Pump classification

- Centrifugal pump theory

- Head terms of pump

- Fiction loss calculation

- Characteristics of centrifugal pump

- Cavitation and net-positive suction head

- Centrifugal pump relations

- Pump selection

- Fans, blowers, compressors

CLO1 students are able to understand theory of device of fluid transport

CLO2 students are able to understand theory of centrifugal pump

CLO3 students are able to calculate total dynamic head of pump

CLO4 students are able to calculate theoretical house power, brake house power, and electrical house power of pump

CLO5 students are able to calculate operating conditions from characteristics of centrifugal pump

CLO6 students are able to understand a cavitation in pump

CLO7 students are able to calculate net-positive suction head (NPSH)

CLO8 students are able to calculate up-scale of pump, specific speed

CLO9 students are able to select the pump for using

CLO10 students are able to calculate power and efficiency of fans, blowers, and compressors.

Chapter 5: Agitation and Mixing of Liquids

- Agitator and mixer design

- Power correlation for agitator

CLO1 students are able to calculate dimensions of agitator

CLO2 students are able to calculate the power of agitator including unbaffled and baffled tank

Chapter 6: Particles characterization

- Shape of particles

- Particles size characterization (Particles distribution)

- Size reduction

CLO1 students are able to calculate the sphericity factor, the average diameter of particles

CLO2 students are able to calculate the particles size distribution

Chapter 7: Fixed and Fluidized bed

- Fixed bed design

- Fluidization column design

CLO1 students are able to calculate pressure drop of fixed bed column

CLO2 students are able to calculate minimum fluidized velocity, length of bed expansion

Chapter 8: Sedimentation and Thickener Design

- Thickener design

CLO1 students are able to calculate dimensions of thickener from experimental data of sedimentation.

Chapter 9: Solid-Liquid Separation

- Theory of Filtration

- Plate and Frame Filtration design

- Rotary drum filter design

CLO1 students are able to understand theory of filtration.

CLO2 students are able to calculate time of filtration of plate and frame filter.

CLO3 students are able to calculate cake deposit rate and dimensions of rotary drum filter.

Chapter 10: Solid-Gas Separation

- Cyclone design

- Wet scrubber design

CLO1 students are able to understand theory of solid-gas separation devices.

CLO2 students are able to calculate the efficiency of cyclone, dimension of cyclone.

CLO3 students are able to calculate the efficiency of wet scrubber.

- Course creator: อ. ดร. Asadullah .