ASOG403 Industrial Processes (Fokaides F16)
(ASOG403)

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By the end of the course, the students should be able to:
- Understand 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.
- Know how fluids flow through piping systems due to pressure difference. Use the Darcy – Weisbach equation to calculate the pressure drop through a pipe. Know how the pressure drop of a complex piping arrangement can be calculated.
- Know how to design a heat-exchanger
- Understand the basic principles of vapor – liquid equilibrium and explain the use of the equilibrium curve to design mixture separation equipment. Describe the different types of distillation equipment.
- Know the effect of the design and operating parameters of distillation columns in separation quality. Specifically know the process of oil refining and its products
Know unit operations such as Liquid and Gas separations, mixing, extraction

This course requires an enrolment key