Download Multicomponent Distillation for Chemical Process Engineers

Multicomponent Distillation for Chemical Process Engineers udemy video Course download and Learn How to Design Distillation Columns Considering Real-case Multicomponent Feed Scenarios. Distillation refers to the selective boiling and subsequent condensation of a component in a liquid mixture. It is a separation technique that can be used to either increase the concentration of a particular component in the mixture or to obtain (almost) pure components from the mixture.

The problem of determining the stage and reflux requirements for multicomponent distillations is much more complex than for binary mixtures. Multicomponent Distillation for Chemical Process Engineers training course will be the best fit in Udemy aiming to fill the needs for multicomponent distillation column design. The course is specifically designed to cover the principles of multicomponent distillation, distillation column design with Fenske-Underwood-Gilliland Method and column sizing by going over the following essential topics:
  • Distillation Process Overview
  • Distillation Column and Supporting Equipment
  • Distillation Principles
  • Operating Challenges in Distillation Process
  • Distillation Column Design
  • Implementation of Fenske and Underwood Equations for Number of Stages and Reflux Ratio Calculations
  • Implementation of Gilliland Correlations for Actual Number of Stages Calculation
  • Column Sizing Considerations, such as, Tray Efficiency, Operating Pressure, Height/Diameter Calculations, Process Control, etc.

What you’ll learn

  • Principles of Distillation Process
  • Principles of Multicomponent Distillation
  • How to Model Distillation of Multicomponent Feed
  • Model Rectifying and Stripping Sections of Distillation Column
  • Understand and Interpret “Number of Stages”, “Reflux Ratio”, “Tray Efficiency”
  • How to Implement Fenske Equation for Minimum Number of Stages
  • How to Implement Underwood Equations for Reflux Ratio
  • How to Implement Gilliland Correlations for Actual Number of Stages
  • Understand Design Considerations for Distillation Column

Who this course is for:

  • Engineers working with Distillation Columns
  • Process Engineers
  • Chemical Engineers
  • Chemical Process Engineering Graduates or Undergraduates
  • Any Discipline Engineers aiming to learn essentials of distillation column sizing

Course content

  • Section 1: Distillation Overview and Principles
  • Lecture 1 Distillation Process Overview
  • Lecture 2 Driving Force for Distillation Process
  • Lecture 3 Distillation Column and Supporting Equipment
  • Lecture 4 Definition of Light and Heavy Components
  • Lecture 5 Distillation Principles – PART I
  • Lecture 6 Distillation Principles – PART II
  • Section 2: Operating Challenges in Distillation Process
  • Lecture 7 Operating Challenges: Azeotropes
  • Lecture 8 Operating Challenges: Solid Deposition
  • Lecture 9 Operating Challenges: Selection of Operating Conditions
  • Section 3: Multicomponent Distillation Column Design
  • Lecture 10 Design Overview
  • Lecture 11 Light and Heavy Key Components
  • Lecture 12 Design Deliverables
  • Lecture 13 Fenske Equation, Minimum Number of Stages
  • Lecture 14 Underwood Equations, Reflux Ratio
  • Lecture 15 Practice: Implementation of Fenske Equation
  • Lecture 16 Practice: Implementation of Underwood Equations – PART I
  • Lecture 17 Practice: Implementation of Underwood Equations – PART II
  • Lecture 18 Practice: Multicomponent Distillation – PART I
  • Lecture 19 Practice: Multicomponent Distillation – PART II
  • Lecture 20 Gilliland Correlations, Actual Number of Stages
  • Lecture 21 Practice: Implementation of Gilliland Correlations
  • Section 4: Other Considerations for Column Design
  • Lecture 22 Tray Efficiency
  • Lecture 23 Decision of Operating Pressure
  • Lecture 24 Decision of Appropriate Internals
  • Lecture 25 Tower Sizing: Height and Diameter Calculations
  • Lecture 26 Process Control Considerations
  • Lecture 27 Q&A Session

Course details

  • Movie quality: MP4 | Video: h264, 1280 × 720
  • Audio quality: Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 Ch
  • Movie duration: 2h 6m
  • Number of lessons: 04 Section and 27 lectures
  • Language of instruction: English
  • Compressed file size: 1.5 GB
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