Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics
Credit code
：
ㄳㄷ〲㠰
Dur慴i潮:
㌰
cl慳s h潵rs
Credits
：
2
Preceded潵rses
：
Ad癡vced⁍慴hem慴ics
,
Ph祳ical⁃hemistry
,
Principles
Chemic慬 En杩neering
T
e慣hin朠 materials
：
Chemical Engi
neering ThermodynamicsⰠ
敤
.
Zhu
Ziqiang
and
Xu Xun, Chemical Industr礠PressⰠ
2
nd
1992
College: School of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering
1. Objectives
Chemical engineering
t
hermodynamics is a branch of chemical engineering. I
t i
s
the
base course of
uni
t operations, reaction engineering curriculum
.
I
t
provide
s
the
necessary fluid thermodynamic properties and phase equilibrium data
in
the
process
of
the chemical analysis, chemical reactors, separation equipment and
process control design studies, direct
ly
service
for industrial production. The
main
task
of this
course is to solve two major problems, namely the process of rational
use of energy issues and the direction
and
limit
ations
of chemical reactions
.
2. Requirements, contents and progress
Topic1
：
Intr
潤uction
Functi潮慬
Objecti癥s
：
(1)
T
he scope and tasks of chemical thermodynamics
(2) Chemical characteristics and limitations of thermodynamics
(3)
C
hemical engineers need to Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics
Design requirements
：
Understand
ing
the cou
rse of status, role and tasks
;
understand
ing
the structure of
the curriculum and problem

solving approach. Introduc
e
the b
rief
h
istory of the
development of chemical thermodynamics, characteristics and limitations
of
chemical thermodynamics.
Topic 2
Ther
modynamic properties of fluids
Functional
Objectives
：
†
(1) pure fluid PVT behavior
(2) fluid equation of state
(3) PVT relations of universal computing
(4) real gas mixtures
(5) the nature of the volume of fluid
(6) the thermodynamic properties of the fluid
Design r
equirements
：
Deep understanding of the thermodynamic properties of the fluid
; u
nderstanding
the relationship between
the measurable nature of the P, V, T
and
the
un
measurable nature of H, U, A, G
. M
aster
the
theory and state equation
of the
measurable P, V
, T between the theoretical and semi

empirical
.
Topic
3
：
First l慷 潦⁴herm潤祮amics 慮d its plic慴i潮s
Functi潮慬
Objecti癥s
：
(1)
Energy
balance
in
closed
and non

flow
system
(2) energy balance
in
open flow system
(3) energy balance
in
steady flow
pr
ocess
(4) gas compression process
Design requirements
：
U
nderstanding of the meaning of the first law of thermodynamics
;
M
aster the
basic accounting relationships
;
Grasp
the balance formula
in open system
and
simplified
equation in some
special system; Ski
lled
calculating the
energy
balance
in
variety system
.
Topic
4
：
Thermodynamic c祣le

S
ec潮d law 潦 thermodynamics and its
慰plic慴i潮s
Functi潮慬
Objecti癥s
：
(1) The second law of
thermodynamics
(2)
entropy
(3) thermodynamic diagram and its
application
(4) steam power
cycle
(5)
cooling
(6) heat pump
Design requirements
：
U
nderstanding of the meaning of the second law of thermodynamics and the
three versions of equivalence
; M
aster the basic
equations of
entropy accounting.
U
nderstanding
of the
concepts
of
entropy, entropy, system entropy
and
entropy
change
,
and their relations
hip
. Understanding
of
the principles of steam power
cycle
and
refrigeration cycle
;
M
aster the table
of th
ermodynamic functions and
its application.
Topic
5
：
Therm潤祮慭ic 慮慬祳is
楮
chemic慬 pr潣ess
Functi潮慬
Objecti癥s
：
(1)
B
asic
theory
(2) Thermodynamic analysis of chemical
elements
(3) Thermodynamic analysis of the three basic methods
Design requirements
：
Understand the essence of r
ational use of energy analysis
;
master
the
analysis
methods
of
unit operations and chemical production process; understand the
concept
s of
ideal function
and
loss function
;
S
killed
calculating
variety of ideal
function
s and
loss functions
;
understand the i
mpact on
the
sensitive economic
factors of
unit operation (fluid flow, heat transfer, evaporation, distillation, etc.)
;
Primarily
understand
the
entropy
analysis
method of
rational use of energy
in
chemical production process
.
Topic
6
：
B慳ic 潦
潬utio
n therm潤祮amics
Functi潮慬
Objecti癥s
：
(1)
Thermodynamic
properties of the chang
ing
composition
system
(2) fugacity and fugacity
coefficient
(3) the ideal solution and the standard
state
(4) the
properties
changing
as
homogeneous liquid
mixed
(5) acti
vity and the activity coefficient
Design requirements
：
Understand the essential difference between the solution and fluid
;
master the
basic relationship
of
thermodynamic properties of solution; further of
understand
the concept
s
of
the chemical potential,
partial molar properties, fugacity, fugacity
coefficient, activity
and
activity coefficient
;
understanding the essential
of
fugacity
and
activity; master
the
relationship and the calculation method of pure
fluid, mixture or composition of the fugacity and
fugacity coefficient of P, V, T;
G
rasp the characteristics of an ideal solution
Topic
7
：
Liquid equilibrium
Functi潮慬
Objecti癥s
：
(1) the criteria and approach to equilibrium
(2) the relationship between activity coefficient and the composed components
in
binary system
(3) gas

liquid equilibrium
(4) vapor

liquid equilibrium
(5) liquid

liquid equilibrium
Design requirements
：
U
nderstanding of the
importan
ce
of
equilibrium
in
chemical process
; Master the
basic equations of
the criteri
on of equilibrium and balance
;
focusing on
the
calculation
method in
vapor

liquid equilibrium
;
G
eneral understanding of
the
calculation
in
multi

system vapor

liquid equilibrium;
G
rasp the
method in
checking
thermodynamic consistency
.
3.
Schedule
Topics
Th
eory Hours
Practice Hours
Machine Hours
1.
Introduction
2
2
.
Thermodynamic properties of
fluids
6
3
.
First law of thermodynamics and
its applications
4
4
.
Thermodynamic cycle

S
econd
law of thermodynamics and its
applications
5
5
.
Thermodynam
ic analysis
in
chemical process
7
6
.
Basic of s
olution thermodynamics
3
7
.
Liquid equilibrium
3
4.
Syllabus
description
Note distinction between the ideal state of physical chemistry and the actual state in
the cours
e
;
A
ttention to
the
links
betw
een
thermodynamic theory and engineering
practice; note
helping
students
to
learn
how
to use chemical thermodynamic theory to
solve practical problems.
5.
References:
1. Chemical Thermodynamics,
ed.
Chen Zhongxiu, Chemical Industry Press, 1998.
2.
Chemica
l Thermodynamics,
ed.
J. Smith, World Publishing Corporation
(
Beijing
Company
)
, 1995.
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