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  • By the end of the course, the students should be able to:
    1. Develop flowsheets of industrial processes.
    2. Use commercial simulators.
    3. Learn about process integration technology to calculate efficiency targets, especially in the use of energy.
    4. Design stages of process development.
    5. Understand basic principles of modelling.
    6. Understand and practice principles of process integration.
    1. Explain how fluids flow through piping systems due to pressure difference. Use the Darcy – Weisbach equation to calculate the pressure drop through a pipe . Explain how the pressure drop of a complex piping arrangement can be calculated.
    2. Explain how the principles of mass, energy and momentum conservation are used as basic process engineer’s tools in the form of mass, energy and momentum balance.
    3. Describe the basic principles of vapour – liquid equilibrium and explain the use of the equilibrium curve to design mixture separation equipment. Describe the different types of distillation equipment.
    4. Explain the effect of the design and operating parameters of distillation columns in separation quality.
    5. Describe homogeneous and heterogeneous chemical reactions, the form of reaction rates and their use in mass and energy balances for reacting systems.
    6. Describe the basic principles of catalysis and explain the operation of catalytic systems in industrial units.
  • This course deals with the process, modeling and simulation of oil & gas.
  • The course deals with the LNG Processing, Storage, Transport, Re-gasification, Distribution and Usage