**CHE
201 - Introduction to Chemical Engineering**

**Course Credit 3-0-3**

**Course Instructor:** Dr. Ramazan Kahraman,

Office:
16-220, Tel.: 4987, E-mail: kahraman@kfupm.edu.sa

Homepage: http://faculty.kfupm.edu.sa/che/kahraman/ or http://www.geocities.com/ramazankahraman/

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**Catalog Data:** The
basic principles and techniques used for calculations of material balances in
chemical engineering processes are introduced. The material covered involves
fundamental engineering concepts, formulation and solution of increasingly
complex chemical engineering process problems and familiarization with physical
properties and behavior of ideal and real gases. Problem solving sessions.

**Textbook**:
Elementary Principles of Chemical Processes, 3/e, by Richard M. Felder & Ronald
W. Rousseau, J. Wiley, 2000.

**Ref.
Book: **
Basic Principles &
Calculations in Chemical Engineering, by David M. Himmelblau, Prentice Hall.

**
Objective: **
To introduce
students to basic concepts in chemical engineering: Basic principles and
calculations of chemical engineering; material balances and their applications;
ideal and real gases including mixtures; concepts of multiphase systems.

**
Outcomes: **
Upon successful
completion of this course, you will be able to:

1. Convert quantities from one set of units to another quickly and accurately [1].

2. Define and determine properties of process streams including fluid density, flow rate, chemical composition (mass and mole fractions, concentrations), fluid pressure, and temperature [1].

3. Draw and label process flowcharts from verbal process descriptions. Carry out degree of freedom analyses (process bookkeeping).

Write and solve material balance equations for single-unit and multiple-unit processes, processes with recycle and bypass, and reactive processes [1, 7].

4. Perform pressure-volume-temperature calculations for ideal and non-ideal gases. Incorporate the results of these calculations into process material balance calculations [1].

5. Perform vapor-liquid equilibrium calculations for systems containing one condensable component and for ideal multicomponent solutions. Incorporate the results of these calculations into process material balance calculations [1].

* The number in [ ] reference the corresponding chemical engineering undergraduate program outcomes.

**Pre-requisites:**
1. FORTRAN or C++ (ICS 101) or (ICS 102)

2.
2^{nd}
Course in Physics (PHYS 102)

3.
2^{nd}
Course in Chemistry (CHEM 102)

**Topics:**

• Introduction to Chemical Calculations (Chapter 2) 6 lectures

• Process and Process Variables (Chapter 3) 6 lectures

• Fundamentals of Material Balances (Chapter 4) 15 lectures

• Single-Phase Systems (Chapter 5) 6 lectures

• Multi-Phase Systems (Chapter 6) 7 lectures

• Review & Exams & Examination Reviews 5 lectures

**Computer
Usage: **
Computer aided
material balance calculations.

**Laboratory
Projects:**
None. There is a two hours/week tutorial session.

**Evaluation
Methods:**
1. Homeworks.

2. Quizzes.

3. Major exams and final exam.

**Grading
Policy: **Two** **Major Exams 50%

Final 35%

__Quizzes 10%__

Total __100%__

No make-up exams. (If a student misses a major exam with an official excuse, he will be assigned a mark according to his position in the final exam relative the class average.

**Attendance:** Attendance will be regularly
taken and the university regulations will be strictly enforced.

**ABET Category
Content:**

Engineering Science: 3.0 credits or 100%

Engineering Design: 0 credits or 0%