Chemical Engineering: Basic Concepts and Calculations video course download udemy An introduction to Chemical Engineering. Learn from an Engineer with experience in Oil, Gas and Chemical processing.

What you’ll learn

• Make use of the Ladder Method for basic and complex conversions
• Convert between Metric, Imperial and CGS unit systems
• Perform dimensional analysis for equations
• Convert between mass, molar and volumetric flowrates
• Interpret density and bulk density
• Interpret specific gravity and specific volume
• Understand ideal liquid mixing
• Understand mole ratios and empirical formulae
• Calculate mass and mole fractions, and mass and mole percentages
• Know when to use mass fractions and mole fractions in calculations
• Calculate density for a liquid mixture
• Calculate density for a pure gas, and a gas mixture
• Calculate average molar mass of a gas mixture
• Calculate linear velocity in a pipeline
• Understand NTP (Normal Temperature and Pressure) and STP (Standard Temperature and Pressure)
• Convert gas volume between NTP and STP
• Know under which conditions the Ideal Gas Law is valid
• Use the Ideal Gas Law to calculate gas properties
• Understand the difference between Molarity and Molality
• Calculate the Molarity and Molality of a susbstance
• Understand Normality and apply it in calculations
• Stoichiometrically react acids and bases
• Understand ratios and apply them to chemical compositions

### Course content

• Section 1: Course Introduction
• Lecture 1 Thank you from Kaamil-Inaam!
• Section 2: Tutorial 1: Conversions and dimensional analysis
• Lecture 2 Tutorial 1 All Questions
• Lecture 3 Tutorial 1a: Converting flowrates
• Lecture 4 Tutorial 1b: Converting flowrates
• Lecture 5 Tutorial 1c: Converting density
• Lecture 6 Tutorial 1d: Converting density
• Lecture 7 Tutorial 1e: Converting energy (lbf, poundal, J)
• Lecture 8 Tutorial 1f: Converting kinetic energy (lbf. poundal, J)
• Lecture 9 Tutorial 1h: Converting viscosity (using base units)
• Lecture 10 Tutorial 1i: Converting viscosity (using base units)
• Lecture 11 Tutorial 1j: Converting power
• Lecture 12 Tutorial 1k: Converting flowrates
• Lecture 13 Tutorial 1l: Converting density
• Lecture 14 Tutorial 1m: Converting power (using hp and BTU)
• Lecture 15 Tutorial 1n: Dimensional analysis
• Section 3: Tutorial 2: Applied unit conversions and dimensional analysis
• Lecture 16 Tutorial 2 All Questions
• Lecture 17 Tutorial 2a: Volume calculation
• Lecture 18 Tutorial 2b: Kinetic energy calculation
• Lecture 19 Tutorial 2c: Potential energy calculation
• Lecture 20 Tutorial 2d: Reynolds number calculation
• Lecture 21 Tutorial 2e: Speed, distance, time calculation
• Section 4: Tutorial 3: Bulk density, Liquid mixing, Mass and Mole fractions
• Lecture 22 Tutorial 3 All Questions
• Lecture 23 Tutorial 3a: Using density data
• Lecture 24 Tutorial 3b: Calculating specific gravity
• Lecture 25 Tutorial 3c: Calculating density and specific volume
• Lecture 26 Tutorial 3d: Calculating liquid transfer time
• Lecture 27 Tutorial 3e: Ideal liquid mixing
• Lecture 28 Tutorial 3f: Bulk density
• Lecture 29 Tutorial 3g: Calculating bulk density
• Lecture 30 Tutorial 3h (part a): Mole fractions; Choosing a basis
• Lecture 31 Tutorial 3h (part b): Empirical formula; Choosing a basis
• Lecture 32 Tutorial 3h (part c): Mass fractions and powder mixing
• Lecture 33 Tutorial 3h (part d): Mole fractions and gas mixtures
• Section 5: Tutorial 4: Ideal gases (mixtures, STP, NTP)
• Lecture 34 Tutorial 4 All Questions
• Lecture 35 Tutorial 4a: Gas mixtures (density, molar mass, mole fractions)
• Lecture 36 Tutorial 4b: Normal Temperature and Pressure
• Lecture 37 Tutorial 4c: Density of an ideal gas
• Lecture 38 Tutorial 4d: Specific gravity of a gas
• Lecture 39 Tutorial 4e: Standard Temperature and Pressure
• Lecture 40 Tutorial 4f: Specific gravity of an ideal gas
• Lecture 41 Tutorial 4g: Density of an ideal gas
• Lecture 42 Tutorial 4h: Specific volume of an ideal gas
• Lecture 43 Tutorial 4i: Temperature of an ideal gas
• Section 6: Tutorial 5: Mixture concentrations
• Lecture 44 Tutorial 5 All Questions
• Lecture 45 Tutorial 5a: Mole fractions
• Lecture 46 Tutorial 5b (part i): Mass fractions
• Lecture 47 Tutorial 5b (part ii): Density of mixture
• Lecture 48 Tutorial 5b (part iii): Molarity
• Lecture 49 Tutorial 5c: Mass and Mole fractions of a mixture
• Lecture 50 Tutorial 5d (part a): Mole fractions
• Lecture 51 Tutorial 5d (part b): Mass fractions
• Lecture 52 Tutorial 5d (part c): Molarity
• Lecture 53 Tutorial 5d (part d): Density
• Lecture 54 Tutorial 5d (part e): Molarity
• Lecture 55 Tutorial 5d (part f): Normality
• Lecture 56 Tutorial 5e: Molar mass of an ideal gas mixture
• Lecture 57 Tutorial 5f: Mass fractions of a liquid mixture
• Lecture 58 Tutorial 5g (part a): Density of a liquid mixture
• Lecture 59 Tutorial 5g (part b): Mass fraction of a liquid mixture
• Lecture 60 Tutorial 5g (part c): Mass ratio of a liquid mixture
• Lecture 61 Tutorial 5g (part d): Molarity of a liquid mixture
• Lecture 62 Tutorial 5g (part e): Molality of a liquid mixture
• Lecture 63 Tutorial 5h (part a,b,c): Normality
• Lecture 64 Tutorial 5h (part d): Normality cont’d

Course details

• Movie quality: MP4 | Video: h264, 1280 × 720
• Audio quality: Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 Ch
• Movie duration: 9h 6m
• Number of lessons: 6 Section and 64 lectures
• Language of instruction: English + .srt
• Size: 2.65 GB