CED475 - Process Design
150 minutes / week
About the course
CED367 - Transport Phenomena and Unit Operation III
Course description and learning objectives
Student completing this course will be able to explain the concept of process design and the economic analysis.
1. Strategy for process analysis and optimization
• Engineering economics
• Economic decision making: Design of a solvent recovery system
• Cost diagram and quick screening of process alternatives
• Preliminary process optimization
• Cost data
2. Conceptual design and process simulation
• Input information and batch versus continuous
• Input-output structure of flow sheet
• Recycle structure of flow sheet
• Separation system
• Introduction to process simulation with demonstration of Aspen Plus
3. Technology of clean process and fluid physical property
• Inherent safety
• Clean process technology
• Heat-exchanger networks
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2. Peter, M.S., Timmerhaus, K.D., West, R., Peters, M., 2002, Plant Design and Economics for Chemical Engineers, 5th ed., New York: McGraw Hill.
3. Ulrich, G.D, 1984, A Guide to Chemical Engineering Process Design Economics, New York: John Wiley & Sons.
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5. Kern,D.Q., 1997, Process Heat Transfer, McGraw-Hill International
6. Brownell, L.E., dan Young, E.H., 1979, Process Equipment Design : Vessel Design, New York: John Wiley and Sons Inc.
7. Walas, S.M., 1988, Chemical Process Equipment: Selection Design, Butterwoth Series in Chemical Engineering.
8. Perry, R.H., and Green, D.W.,1997, Perry’s Chemical Engineers Handbook, 7ed., New York: McGraw Hill.
9. Cussler, E.L.,dan Moggridge, G.D., 2001, Chemical Product Design, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.