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2022W, VO, 2.0h, 3.0EC

## Properties

• Semester hours: 2.0
• Credits: 3.0
• Type: VO Lecture
• Format: Presence

## Learning outcomes

After successful completion of the course, students are able to analyze and solve problems in the area of chemical process engineering, with the focus on homogeneous and heterogeneous reaction systems in reactors and processes.

After successful completion of the course, students are able to:

• provide the basic equations of mass and heat transfer, to make the simplifying assumptions sufficient for a given problem, to develop a mass, species and energy balance and to simplify the equations for this problem;
• Describe basic and advanced terms of chemical reaction engineering (reaction rates, ideal and real reactor models, reaction networks, residence time distributions, ...) and state the most important descriptive equations;
• describe the differences between homogeneous and heterogeneous reaction systems in combination with heat and mass transfer and specify different models which are used to simulate them mathematically (e.g. develop a Digital Twin);
• outline the meaning and benefit of dimensionless Quantities using simple examples and, in addition to the classic dimensionless Quantities (Nusselt, Reynolds, Prandtl, ...) to use the concept of Chemical Similarity and its areas of application.

## Subject of course

The contents of this lecture is to understand the modern tools of chemical engineering to optimize an existing or to design a new process. Emphasis will be given on practical, relevant problems from the field of chemical engineering e.g. scale-up, the importance of lab-scale studies.

## Teaching methods

Presentation and discussion, slides

Oral

## Course dates

DayTimeDateLocationDescription
Tue10:00 - 12:0011.10.2022 - 10.01.2023GM 3 Vortmann Hörsaal - VT VO Winter
Chemical Engineering - Advanced lecture - Single appointments
DayDateTimeLocationDescription
Tue11.10.202210:00 - 12:00GM 3 Vortmann Hörsaal - VT VO Winter
Tue18.10.202210:00 - 12:00GM 3 Vortmann Hörsaal - VT VO Winter
Tue25.10.202210:00 - 12:00GM 3 Vortmann Hörsaal - VT VO Winter
Tue08.11.202210:00 - 12:00GM 3 Vortmann Hörsaal - VT VO Winter
Tue22.11.202210:00 - 12:00GM 3 Vortmann Hörsaal - VT VO Winter
Tue29.11.202210:00 - 12:00GM 3 Vortmann Hörsaal - VT VO Winter
Tue06.12.202210:00 - 12:00GM 3 Vortmann Hörsaal - VT VO Winter
Tue13.12.202210:00 - 12:00GM 3 Vortmann Hörsaal - VT VO Winter
Tue20.12.202210:00 - 12:00GM 3 Vortmann Hörsaal - VT VO Winter
Tue10.01.202310:00 - 12:00GM 3 Vortmann Hörsaal - VT VO Winter

Examination

## Exams

DayTimeDateRoomMode of examinationApplication timeApplication modeExam
Mon15:00 - 17:0003.06.2024Seminarraum BA 02B written&oral11.05.2024 10:00 - 01.06.2024 23:00TISSPrüfung

Not necessary

## Curricula

Study CodeObligationSemesterPrecon.Info
066 473 Chemical and Process Engineering Mandatory elective1. Semester
066 490 Technical Chemistry Mandatory elective
066 494 Technical Chemistry - Chemical Process Engineering Mandatory
730 Chemical and Process Engineering Mandatory elective
735 Chemical Engineering Mandatory5. Semester

## Literature

Books of chemical engineering, e.g. selected chapters from "Technische Chemie" by Baerns et al. Wiley-VCH (in German).

The slides for this course are available.

## Previous knowledge

Basic knowledge of chemistry, chemical engineering, fluid dynamics is advantageous

German