CED203  Chemical Engineering Principles
Semester
3
Course length
200 minutes / week
Credits
4
Instructor
Maria Yuliana
About the course
Prerequisite courses

Course description and learning objectives
Student completing this this course will be able to:
• Compute mass balance in a single phase system without chemical reaction.
• Compute mass balance that involving chemical reactions.
• Compute energy balance in a nonreactive system.
• Compute energy balance in a reactive system.
Topics include
1. Introduction to chemical engineering/Engineering calculations (units)
2. Engineering calculations (data analysis)
3. Process and process variables
4. Material balances (concept, general equation, etc.)
5. Material balances (single unit: flowchart, analysis, calculation, etc.)
6. Material balances (multiple units)
7. Material balances (chemical reaction concept)
8. Material balances (reactive process: molecular/atomic balances)
9. Material balances (multiple units + reactive process)
10. Singlephase systems
11. Multiplephase systems
12. Energy balances (1st law, balances on closed/open system, etc.)
13. Energy balances (nonreactive system)
14. Energy balances (reactive system)
References
1. Himmelblau, D. M., Riggs, J. B., 2012. “Basic Principles and Calculations In Chemical Engineering”, 8th ed., Singapore, Prentice Hall.