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COURSE OUTLINE
WINTER 2018
Prepared by Instructor
Approved by Head
Date
Initials
01.03.2018
Jan. 3 2018
Q.L.
AJ
1. Calendar Information
ENCH 423 ENPE 423 & ENER 400
Chemical/oil &gas engineering process development, engineering design and
economics
General approach to the design of chemical/oil & gas processing units and plants; heat
exchanger network and pinch analysis;cost estimates and chemical/oil & gas process
economics; safety and environmental considerations in process design; optimization
techniques; introduction to linear programming. Practice on excels and computer tools for
process design and economics will be included. A team project with a written report will be
required.
3 units; H(3-1)
Course Hours:
3
Academic Credit:
Calendar Reference:
http://www.ucalgary.ca/pubs/calendar/current/chemical-engineering.html#7456
2. Learning Outcomes
At the end of this course, you will be able to:
1
Define process and general design considerations in a chemical or oil & gas
process from concept stage to plant start-up
2
3
4
Read, draw and develop a process sheet diagram of an industrial process
Use pinch analysis to optimize heat process recovery and design a heat-exchanger
network
Apply fundamental economics such as interest, tax, and depreciation in evaluating
an industrial process
5
Estimate the capital costs of process equipment and production cost of an industrial
process
6
Evaluate the economic considerations of an industrial process and
profitability/return on investment of a process / project based on cost and income
data.
Evaluate the design considerations for an industrial process, focusing on safety,
7
environmental and sustainability
8
Apply optimisation methods to optimise the operation of production processes and
the design of process equipment
3. Timetable
Section
Day(s) of the Week
Time
Location
LEC 01
LAB B01
TR
T
09:30-10:45
15:30-16:20
ST 140
ENG 024
4. Course Instructors
Course Instructor
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Schulich School of Engineering
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Section First
Name
L01/B01 Qingye
Gemma
Teaching Assistants
Section First
Name
Omar
Hannah
Youssef
Yecan
Family
Name
Lu
Family
Name
Maan
Brooks
Elgahawy
Wang
Phone
Office
Email
403-210-7645
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A
[email protected]
Phone
Office
Email
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
5. Examinations
The following examinations will be held in this course:
1. one 75 min midterm examination, tentatively scheduled for 15 February
(Thursday, 09:30- 10:45 am).
2. one 3 h final examination, scheduled by the Registrar's Office.
Note: The timetable for Registrar Scheduled exams can be found at the University's
Enrolment Services website, http://www.ucalgary.ca/registrar/.
6. Use of Calculators in Examinations
Scientific calculators (only non-communicating programmable or non-programmable) will be
allowed. Any laptops, notebooks, netbooks, i-Pads, Playbooks, etc, will not be allowed in
examinations.
7. Final Grade Determination
The final grade in this course will be based on the following components:
Component
Learning Outcome(s) Evaluated
Weight
Assigments (best 7)
Quizzes (best 6)
Team Project Report
Midterm Examination
Final Examination
1-8
1-8
1-8
1-5
1-8
14%
6%
25%
20%
35%
Total:
100%
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Notes:
a) It is not necessary to earn a passing grade on the final exam in order to pass the course as
a whole.
b) Conversion from a score out of 100 to a letter grade will be done using the conversion chart
shown below. This grading scale can only be changed during the term if the grades will not be
lowered.
Letter Grade
A+
A
AB+
B
BC+
C
CD+
D
F
Total Mark (T)
T ≥ 96.0%
96.0%
T ≥ 90.0%
90.0%
T ≥ 85.0%
85.0%
T ≥ 80.0%
80.0%
T ≥ 75.0%
75.0%
T ≥ 70.0%
70.0%
T ≥ 65.0%
65.0%
T ≥ 60.0%
60.0%
T ≥ 55.0%
55.0%
T ≥ 53.0%
53.0%
T ≥ 50.0%
T < 50.0%
8. Textbook
PPT slides, notes and literatures/links will be posted on D2L as learning content. The following
electron-version textbooks are required for this course:
The electronic version of the book is available at the library
Chemical engineering design: principles, practice and economical of
plant and process design
Title
Author(s)
Gavin P. Towler, Ray Sinnott
Edition, Year
2nd edition, 2012
Publisher
Elsevier
The electroninc version of the book is available on a company site by google search
Title
Plant design and economics for chemical engineers
Author(s)
M.S. Peters, K.D. TimmerHaus
Edition, Year
4th edition, 1991
Publisher
McGraw-Hill
The following textbooks are also recommended for this course:
Title
Chemical engineering process design and economics: a practical guide
Author(s)
G.D. Ulrich
Edition, Year
2nd edition, 2004
Publisher
Process Pub
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Title
Author(s)
Edition, Year
Publisher
Plant design and economics for chemical engineers
M.S. Peters, K.D. Timmerhaus, R.E. West
5th edition, 2003
McGraw-Hill
Title
Author(s)
Edition, Year
Publisher
Product and process deisgn principles: synthesis, analysis and
W.D. Seider, D.R. Lewin, J.D. Seader, S.Widagdo, R. Gani, K.M. Ng
4th edition, 2017
John Wiley
Title
Author(s)
Edition, Year
Publisher
Analysis, synthesis, and design of chemical processes
R. Turton, R.C. Bailie, W.B. Whiting, J.A. Shaeiweitz
2th edition, 2003
Prentice Hall
Title
Author(s)
Edition, Year
Publisher
Chemical engineering design
J.M. Coulson, J.F. Richardson, R.K. Sinnott
4th edition, 2005
Elsevier-Butterworth Heinemann
9. Course Policies
Advising Syllabus
All Schulich School of Engineering students and instructors have a responsibility to familiarize
themselves with the policies described in the Schulich School of Engineering Advising
Syllabus available at:
http://schulich.ucalgary.ca/undergraduate/advising
Emergency Evacuation/Assembly Points
In the event of an alarm sounding, all classrooms and labs must be evacuated immediately.
Please respond to alarms promptly by leaving the building by the closest available exit.
Faculty and students must remain outside the building until the 'all clear' has been given by a
Fire Marshall. In case of emergency, call 220-5333.
Assembly Points have been identified across campus. These areas have been selected as
they are large enough to hold a significant number of people and will provide an evacuated
population access to washroom facilities and protection from the elements. More information
on assembly points can be found at
http://www.ucalgary.ca/emergencyplan/assemblypoints.
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WELLNESS AND MENTAL HEALTH RESOURCES
The University of Calgary recognizes the pivotal role that student mental health plays in
physical health, social connectedness and academic success, and aspires to create a caring
and supportive campus community where individuals can freely talk about mental health and
receive supports when needed. We encourage you to explore the mental health resources
available throughout the university community, such as counselling, self-help resources, peer
support or skills-building available through the SU Wellness Centre (Room 370, MacEwan
Student Centre, https://www.ucalgary.ca/wellnesscentre/services/mental-health-services) and
the Campus Mental Health Strategy website (http://www.ucalgary.ca/mentalhealth/).
10. Additional Course Information
1. You are expected to have learnt the following topics in previous courses: (i) Physical
properties of fluids and materials; (ii) Process flow diagrams, transfer processes and unit
operations; (iii) calculus and (ordinary) differential equations; and (iv) the use of spreadsheet
software.
2. A formal report for the team conceptual design project is expected to be submitted into D2L
dropbox in pdf format by 17:00, Tuesday, April 3, 2018. For the project, the class will be
divided into groups of six (6) students. Each group must work on the project independently
and conscientiously. 20% of the team project mark will be from the team member evaluations.
3. Quizzes will be taken in classes or in lab sections. Best six (6) quizzes will be counted for
the final marks of quizzes.
4. You should attend the lab session regularly. It will cover some practice on computer tools
and problem tutorial.
5. Assignments need to be clearly hand written and scanned as pdf and submitted into D2L
dropbox by each due time. Any late submission will not be accepted. Marks of the
assignments will be released close to the end of the term.
6. All students should take advantage of D2L for this course, which offers several learning
resources, including course materials, a Discussion Board for posting questions as well as
answering of questions of others. All questions about the course materials should be posted
on the discussion board, so the answers can be addressed to all the students. With the
exception of personal questions (e.g. concerning marks or absence), any questions
emailed to the instructor or TAs will not receive a response. If posted questions are not
answered in time, an email may be sent to remind.
7. Tentative course schedule will be posed in a separate file.
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