Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics

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Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics.

This course covers the foundation of classical thermodynamics in the form of postulates, and later their applications to open and close systems, criteria of stability and equilibria, the equation of states, properties of pure fluids and mixtures, theories and models of phase equilibrium, and chemical reaction equilibrium. The major focus in the first half of the course would be to build a strong foundation in the subject. The second part of the course will emphasize the application of thermodynamics to chemical engineering problems related to phase equilibria.
INTENDED AUDIENCE: Engineering Students/Faculty

 

What Will You Learn?

  • Week 1: The postulates of thermodynamics, Condition of Equilibrium
  • Week 2: The maximum Work Theorem, Carnot Cycle, and other cycles
  • Week 3: Generalized Thermodynamic Potential, Maxwell relation, Stability of Thermodynamic systems
  • Week 4: Properties of Pure fluids
  • Week 5: Intermolecular forces, Equation of States
  • Week 6: Properties of mixtures-I
  • Week 7: Properties of mixtures-II
  • Week 8: Vapor-liquid equilibrium
  • Week 9: Theories and models of VLE of mixtures-I
  • Week 10: Theories and models of VLE of mixtures-II
  • Week 11: LLE and SLE
  • Week 12: Chemical Reaction Equilibria

Course Content

Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics

  • Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics [Intro Video]
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  • Lec 1: Introduction
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  • Lec 2: First law for closed systems
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  • Lec 3: First law for open systems
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  • Lec 4: Simple processes
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  • Lec 5: Processes involving liquids and ideal gases
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  • Lec 6: Temperature dependency of Cp in an ideal gas
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  • Lec 7: Efficiency of Heat engines and Statement of Second Law
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  • Lec 8: Entropy
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  • Lec 9: Lost Work
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  • Lec 10: Maxwell’s Relations
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  • Lec 11: Thermodynamic Diagrams
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  • Lec 12: Thermodynamic Tables, Residual Properties
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  • Lec 13: Virial Equation of State
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  • Lec 14: Residual property relations from EoS
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  • Lec 15: Cubic Equation of State
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  • Lec 16: Cubic Equation of State
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  • Lec 17: Thermodynamic Tables
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  • Lec 18: Correlations for Liquids
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  • Lec 19: Process Involving Phase Changes
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  • Lec 20: Chemical potential
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  • Lec 21: Partial molar properties
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  • Lec 22: Examples
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  • Lec 23: Ideal Solutions
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  • Lec 24: Excess Properties
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  • Lec 25: Fugacity
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  • Lec 26: Calculation of Fugacity using EoS: Part 1
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  • Lec 27: Calculation of Fugacity using EoS: Part 2
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  • Lec 28: Calculation of Fugacity in Mixtures using Cubic EoS
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  • Lec 29: Fugacity in Liquids, Activity Coeffcient
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  • Lec 30: Models for Excess Gibbs free energy: Part 1
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  • Lec 31: Models for Excess Gibbs free energy: Part 2
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  • Lec 32: Vapor Liquid Equilibrium: Part 1
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  • Lec 33: Vapor Liquid Equilibrium: Part 2
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  • Lec 34: Azeotropes
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  • Lec 35: Gamma/Phi Formulation
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  • Lec 36: LLE
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  • Lec 37: VLLE
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  • Lec 38: Enthalpy changes upon reaction
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  • Lec 39: Reaction coordinate
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  • Lec 40: Equilibrium constant
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  • Lec 41: Examples
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  • Lec 42: Conclusion
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