Download Binary Distillation for Process & Chemical Engineering video course

Binary Distillation for Process & Chemical Engineering video course udemy download and model Continuous Distillation Equipment in the Industry as well as Flash & Batch Separation Processes in Binary Systems. Binary Distillation is one of the most important Mass Transfer Operations used extensively in the Chemical industry.

Understanding the concept behind Gas-Gas, Liquid-Liquid and the Gas-Liquid mass transfer interaction will allow you to understand and model Distillation Columns, Flashes, Batch Distillator, Tray Columns and Packed column, etc…

This course covers:
  • REVIEW: Of Mass Transfer Basics (Equilibrium VLE Diagrams, Volatility, Raoult’s Law, Azeotropes, etc..)
  • Distillation Theory
  • Application of Distillation in the Industry
  • Counter-Current Operation
  • Several equipment to Carry Gas-Liquid Operations
  • Bubble, Spray, Packed and Tray Column equipment
  • Flash Distillation & Flash Drums Design
  • Design & Operation of Tray Columns
  • Number of Ideal Stages: McCabe Thiele Method & Ponchon Savarit Method
  • Recycle
  • Condenser types: partial, total
  • Pressure drop due to trays
  • Design & Operation of Packed Columns
  • Pressure drop due to trays
  • Efficiency of Stages & Murphree’s Efficency
  • Batch Distillation, the Raleigh Equation
  • Software Simulation for Absorption/Stripping Operations (Aspen Plus/HYSYS)

What you’ll learn

  • Understand the Principles behind Binary Distillation
  • Design & Operate Flashing, and Flash Drums via Flash Distillation of Binary Mixtures
  • Understand and apply the principles and methods for simple distillation of binary mixtures
  • Understand Continuous Distillation Equipment
  • Model Distillations of Binary Systems
  • Apply McCabe-Thiele Method for Continuous Distillation Column Design (Number of Stages)
  • Simulate several process, specially continuous and batch distillation of binary mixtures
  • Get to know the “Recycle Ratio”, “Reboiler Duty”, “Feed Stage” etc…
  • Model Stripping and Enriching Sections of a Distillation Column

Course content

  • Section 1: Welcome!
  • Lecture 1 Introduction to Distillation
  • Lecture 2 Requirements
  • Lecture 3 Reference Material
  • Section 2: Review of Mass Transfer & Transport Phenomena
  • Lecture 4 Ideal Gas
  • Lecture 5 Ideal Solution
  • Lecture 6 Vapor Pressure
  • Lecture 7 Partial Pressure
  • Lecture 8 What is Equilibrium? (Pure Substances)
  • Lecture 9 Raoult’s Law
  • Lecture 10 What is Flux?
  • Lecture 11 What is Ja? Diffusion Flux
  • Lecture 12 Convection
  • Section 3: Binary Distillation Overview
  • Lecture 13 Type of Equipment – Dispersion of Gas-Liquid and Liquid-Gas
  • Lecture 14 Spray Column
  • Lecture 15 Bubble Column
  • Lecture 16 Packed Column
  • Lecture 17 Tray Column
  • Lecture 18 Types of Operation
  • Lecture 19 Single vs. Multiple Stage
  • Lecture 20 Introduction to Tray Columns
  • Lecture 21 Sieve Trays
  • Lecture 22 Valve Trays
  • Lecture 23 Bubble Cap Trays
  • Lecture 24 Tray Considerations
  • Lecture 25 Trays – Spacing
  • Lecture 26 Trays – Sizing
  • Lecture 27 Trays – Layouts
  • Lecture 28 Trays – Materials
  • Lecture 29 Trays – Manways
  • Lecture 30 Trays – Operations
  • Lecture 31 Tray – Pressure Drop
  • Lecture 32 Trays – Costs
  • Lecture 33 Tray – Maintenance
  • Lecture 34 Trays – Summary
  • Lecture 35 All other Pieces
  • Lecture 36 Bubbling Area
  • Lecture 37 Contact Area
  • Lecture 38 Weir
  • Lecture 39 Downcomer
  • Lecture 40 Stage Efficiency
  • Lecture 41 Murphree’s Efficiency
  • Lecture 42 Column Operation
  • Lecture 43 Column Operation – Normal
  • Lecture 44 Column Operation – Flooding
  • Lecture 45 Column Operation – Priming
  • Lecture 46 Column Operation – Coning
  • Lecture 47 Column Operation – Weeping
  • Lecture 48 Column Operation – Dumping
  • Lecture 49 Column Operation – Summary
  • Lecture 50 Tray Diameter Introduction
  • Lecture 51 Tray Spacing
  • Lecture 52 Pressure Drop in Trays
  • Lecture 53 Hd, Dry Liquid sieve loss – Pressure Drop in trays
  • Lecture 54 Hl, (equivalent h eight of clear liquid holdup)
  • Lecture 55 Hd, Surface Tension Pressure loss
  • Lecture 56 Packed Columns vs. Tray Columns
  • Lecture 57 Introduction to Packings
  • Lecture 58 Packing Material
  • Lecture 59 Random Packing
  • Lecture 60 Stacked Packing
  • Lecture 61 Structural Packing
  • Lecture 62 Other Column Internals
  • Lecture 63 Liquid distributor
  • Lecture 64 Liquid/Vapour Re-Distributor
  • Lecture 65 Vapour Distributor
  • Lecture 66 Demister / Mist Eliminator
  • Lecture 67 Vortex breaker
  • Lecture 68 Packing Supports
  • Lecture 69 Retaining devices (Hold-down Plate & Bed limiter )
  • Lecture 70 Column Structure – Top
  • Lecture 71 Column Structure – Middle
  • Lecture 72 Column Structure – Bottom
  • Section 4: Software Simulation
  • Lecture 73 Benzene and toluene Feed Tray, Min. Recycle Ratio, etc
  • Lecture 74 WKS RadFrac – C3 – iC4 Separation – Recycle
  • Lecture 75 WKS RadFrac – Column Internals, Trays vs Packings
  • Lecture 76 WKS Sensitivity Analysis of Feed Stages, Reflux Ratios and Pressure in a RadFrac
  • Section 5: Bonus

Course details

  • Movie quality: MP4 | Video: h264, 1280 × 720
  • Audio quality: Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 Ch
  • Movie duration: 4h 10m
  • Number of lessons: 08 sections, 77 lectures
  • Language: English
  • Compressed file size: 2.09 GB
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