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Chemical Engineering III

Credits 5
Hours per week 2 / 2 / 0
Examination Ex
Study Language English
Level Master subject
Guarantor prof. Ing. František Štěpánek, Ph.D.

Summary

The course covers the fundamentals of unit operations involving particulate solids (characterisation, agglomeration, comminution, dissolution, powder flow, fluid-solid separation), as well as rate-based separation processes, namely adsorption and crystallization. The concept of population balances is introduced.

Syllabus

1. Granular matter, particle and particle systems characterization, size distribution measurement

2. Crystallisation I: phase equilibria, nucleation and growth kinetics, crystalliser types and operation

3. Crystallisation II: population balance of a MSMPR and a batch crystalliser

4. Dissolution, shrinking core and disintegration mechanisms

5. Powder statics and dynamics, force balance in a granular system, powder storage and transport

6. Homogenisation and blending of powders

7. Dispergation of powders in liquids

8. Classification and separation of particles, cyclone, hindered settling

9. Particle breakage, population balance of a mill circuit with recycle

10. Agglomeration, wet granulation, Stokes number analysis, population balance

11. Adsorption I: phase equilibria, mass balance, shock wave propagation

12. Adsorption II: non isothermal adsorption, enthalpy balance, adsorbent bed regeneration, PSA

13. Particle formation by spray drying

14. Industrial case study

Literature

Z: J.F. Rchardson et al., Coulson & Richardson's Chemical Engineering Vol. 2, Butterworth-Heinemann, 2002

Z: J.R. Couper et al., Chemical Process Equipment Selection and Design, Butterworth-Heinemann, 2010

Z: R. Holdich, Fundamentals of Particle Technology (available on-line at http://particles.org.uk/particle_technology_book/index.htm)

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