Physical Chemistry I (Chemical Engineering)

Numbering Code U-ENG27 27300 LJ60 Year/Term 2021 ・ Second semester
Number of Credits 2 Course Type Lecture
Target Year Target Student
Language Japanese Day/Period Wed.2
Instructor name MAE KAZUHIRO (Graduate School of Engineering Professor)
MAKI TAISUKE (Graduate School of Engineering Associate Professor)
TANABE KATSUAKI (Graduate School of Engineering Associate Professor)
Outline and Purpose of the Course Thermodynamics is an essential subject to learn chemical engineering. This class provides an elementaly level of chemical engineering thermodynamics.
Course Goals The goal is to learn the way to apply the basics of thermodynaaics to chemical process caluculations.
Schedule and Contents Introduction,0.5times,
The First Low of Thermodynamics and Other Basic Concepts,0.5times,
Volumetric Properties of Pure Fluids,1.5times,
Thermochemistry,1.5times,
The Second Low of Thrmodynamics,2times,
Confirmation of the Level of Attainment 1,1time,
Balance for Open Systems,2times,
Thermodynamic Properties of Fluids,2times,
Phase Equilibrium,1time,
Application of Thermodynamics to Industrial Processes ,2times,
Confirmation of the Level of Attainment 2,1time,
Evaluation Methods and Policy The score is evaluated by reports (homeworks) and examinations.
Course Requirements The basic knowledge of physical chemistry is required.
Study outside of Class (preparation and review) For lectures using English textbooks, prepare in advance and understand the outline of the contents.
Since we pose homework of 1-3 problems from the end of the chapter every week, please submit the report at the bigining of next lecture.
Textbooks Textbooks/References J. M. Smith and H. C. Van Ness : Introduction to Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics, Eighth Edition (McGraw-Hill International) isbn{}{9781259696527}
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