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14/15 Semester 3
Chemical Engineering
Thermodynamics
(TKK-2137)
Instructor: Rama Oktavian
Email: [email protected]
Office Hr.: M.13-15, T. 13-15, W. 13-15, F. 13-15
Introduction
 Find me on:
/rama.oktavian
/oktavian_rama
Rama Oktavian
+6285748298891
Lecturer’s blog
http://oktavianrama.lecture.ub.ac.id/
Introduction
 Based on study guide
 3 credits - compulsory
– Allowed :
Introduction
– Not Allowed :
Academic misconduct
University Rule:
Come to class minimum 80% during one semester meeting or you will
miss FINAL EXAM
Objectives
– Student will be able to solve chemical engineering
problems by applying 1st and 2nd law
thermodynamics.
– Student will be able to use and choose very
appropriate Equation of State (EoS) to determine
fluid properties.
– Student will be able to calculate the mixture
properties and phase equilibria using appropriate
thermodynamic models
Course Contents
Week
1.
2
Content
Introduction and
Thermodynamic
terminology
1st law
thermodynamics
Sub content
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3
Thermodynamic
properties
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4
1st law
thermodynamic
and
thermodynamic
properties
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Introduction to course rule and
objectives and course grading
system.
Thermodynamic concept review
Thermodynamic properties
1st law thermodynamic review
1st law thermodynamic for closed
system
1st law thermodynamic for open
system
Reversible and non-reversible
process
Thermodynamic properties
Equation of State (EoS)
Exercise using commercial process
simulator software
Course Contents
Week
Content
Sub content
5
2nd law
thermodynamics
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2nd law thermodynamics concept
Entropy concept
Maximum and minimum work in
reversible and non-reversible process
6
2nd law
thermodynamics
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The application of 1st and 2nd law
thermodynamics in chemical
processes
Power plant cycle
Refrigeration cycle
Exercise using commercial process
simulator software
7
2nd law
thermodynamics
8
Quiz I / midterm
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Course 1-7 materials
Course Contents
Week
9
Content
Phase equilibria I
Sub content
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Phase equilibria
Phase equilibria
Phase equilibria
compounds
Phase equilibria
compounds
Exercise
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Fugacity
Fugacity
Fugacity
Fugacity
Exercise
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Vapor liquid equilibrium (VLE)
Liquid liquid equilibrium (LLE)
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10
11
Phase equilibria I
(cont’d)
Phase equilibria II
12
Phase equilibria II
(cont’d)
13
Phase equilibria
III
concept
for pure substances
for binary
for multicomponent
concept
for gas phase
for liquid phase
for solid phase
Course Contents
Week
Content
Sub content
14
Phase equilibria III
(cont’d)
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Exercise
15
Chemical reaction
equilibria
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Standard free Gibbs energy change
Equilibrium conversion for single
reaction
16
Final exam
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Course 9-15 materials
Introduction
Textbooks
1.
Smith, J. M., Van Ness, H.C., Abbott, M.
M.,”Introduction to Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics”
6th ed., McGwaw-Hill Co-Singapore (2001).
2. Poling, B. E., Prausnitz, J. M., O’Connell, “ The properties
of gases and liquids fifth edition, McGraw-Hill, (2001).
3. Koretsky, Milo, D. Engineering and Chemical
Thermodynamics, 2nd ed., John Wiley and Sons
4. “Chemical, Biochemical, and Engineering
Thermodynamics”, S.I. Sandler (4th. ed., Wiley, 2006)
Introduction
Grading system
Grading criteria
Percentage (%)
Assignment I
15
Assignment II
15
Quiz I / midterm
30
Final exam
40
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