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    Queen's University - Faculty of Engineering and Ap
   
 
  Sep 26, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science Calendar
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CHEE 333 Design of Unit Operations W | K 4.5


Lecture: yes
Lab: no
Tutorial: yes
This course is part of the Engineering Design and Practice Sequence offered at the 3rd year level to Engineering Chemistry students. Heat and mass transfer knowledge is applied in the analysis and design of unit operations, including separation processes and heat exchanging equipment. The equilibrium stage concept is used to perform calculations and size separation processes including distillation, gas absorption/stripping and liquid-liquid extraction. Heat transfer processes are taught with an emphasis on the design various types of heat exchanging equipment, including shell and tube heat exchangers, condensers and reboilers. The chemical process design component of the course involves a series of activities, dealing with the design of separation processes for industrial chemicals, heat exchanger sizing and design, process hazards analysis, implementation of instrumentation and construction of piping and instrument diagrams. In addition to choosing and sizing unit operations and implementing appropriate process instrumentation, the students will learn to use simulation tools and will incorporate economics, safety and environmental responsibility in all stages of the design. The course is integrated with CHEE 361   “Engineering Communications, Ethics and Professionalism.”  Yes

Academic Units:
Mathematics 0
Natural Sciences 0
Complementary Studies 0
Engineering Science 12
Engineering Design 42

PREREQUISITE(S): APSC 200  or APSC 202 APSC 293 , CHEE 311 , CHEE 321 , CHEE 330 , or permission of the department.
COREQUISITE(S): CHEE 361  



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