Single Phase Mass Balance udemy video course download and Solve Mass Balance Problems involving Ideal and Real Gases in a very practical way. Chemical and Process Engineers will find it very relevant for their study curriculum but even Mechanical or Industrial Engineers will find it very interesting!

**By the end of this course you will learn:**

- The importance of Phases when Solving Mass Balance Problems
- Application of constant densities of Solid and Liquids in Chemical Proceses
- How to model Ideal Gases with the Ideal Gas Law
- Why are Standard Conditions of Temperature and Pressure used in the industry
- How to model Real Gases with the Virial Equation
- How to model Real Gases with the Z-Compressibility Factor Chart
- How to model Real Gas Mixtures with the Kay Rule
- Apply Mass Balances to Single-Phase Systems
- Solve Mass Balance Problems involving Real Gases
- Solve Mass Balance Problems involving Ideal Gases
- Solve Mass Balance Problems involving either Solids or Liquids
- Learn the different ways a Real Gas may be modeled
- Understand the Compressibility Factor “Z” and the Law of Corresponding States
- Use the Ideal Gas Law for Mass Balances
- Understand the difference between Vapor and Gas
- Identify the Critical Point in a Phase-Diagram
- Apply the Virial Equation to a Gas
- Understand the concept of Standard Conditions of Temperature and Pressure

**Course content:**

- Section 1: Course Overview
- Lecture 1 Course Overview and Introduction
- Section 2: Solids and Liquids
- Lecture 2 Phases Theory
- Lecture 3 Solid and Liquids in Mass Balance
- Lecture 4 Solid and Liquids – Example #1
- Lecture 5 Solid and Liquids – Example #2
- Lecture 6 Solid and Liquids – Example #3
- Lecture 7 Estimating Densities
- Lecture 8 EXERCISES#01 – Bulk and Absolute Densities in Solid and Liquids
- Lecture 9 EXERCISES#02 – Density of a Slurry (Part 1)
- Lecture 10 EXERCISES#02 – Density of a Slurry (Part 2)
- Section 3: Ideal Gases and Mass Balances
- Lecture 11 Gases
- Lecture 12 Ideal Gas Model
- Lecture 13 Ideal Gas Limitants
- Lecture 14 Why Ideal Gas in Mass Balance?
- Lecture 15 Ideal Gas: Example
- Lecture 16 Standard Conditions: Temperature and Pressure
- Lecture 17 Standard Cubic Meter per Hour (SCMH)
- Lecture 18 Standard Conditions: Example #1
- Lecture 19 Standard Conditions: Example #2
- Lecture 20 Standard Conditions: Example #3
- Lecture 21 Ideal Gas Mixture: Partial Pressures
- Lecture 22 Example of Ideal Gases in Mass Balance
- Lecture 23 EXERCISES#03 – Basic Ideal Gas Calculation
- Lecture 24 EXERCISES#04 – Ideal Gas Constant (R) Exercises
- Lecture 25 EXERCISES#05 – Flow Rate of a Gas (Density Exercise)
- Lecture 26 EXERCISES#06 – Specific Gravity of Gases
- Lecture 27 EXERCISES#07 – Gas theft. Applying the Ideal Gas law to identify the theft.
- Lecture 28 EXERCISES#08 – Combustion of a Gas
- Lecture 29 EXERCISES#09 – Calculating de Volume Expansion of Hydrazine
- Lecture 30 EXERCISES#10 – Vaporization of Acetone by Nitrogen
- Lecture 31 EXERCISES#11 – Chlorine Tank Storage
- Lecture 32 EXERCISES#12 – Production of Sulfuric Acid in Equilibrium (Part 1)
- Lecture 33 EXERCISES#12 – Production of Sulfuric Acid in Equilibrium (Part 2)
- Lecture 34 EXERCISES#12 – Production of Sulfuric Acid in Equilibrium (Part 3)
- Lecture 35 EXERCISES#13 – Ideal Gases in Multiple Equilibria
- Section 4: Real Gases (Theory)
- Lecture 36 Real Gases
- Lecture 37 Critical Point
- Lecture 38 Reduced Conditions
- Lecture 39 Gas vs. Vapor
- Section 5: Mass Balance with Real Gases
- Lecture 40 Virial Equation Introduction
- Lecture 41 Virial Equation: Example
- Lecture 42 Other Equations
- Lecture 43 Compressibility Factor (Z)
- Lecture 44 Example: Compressibility Factor
- Lecture 45 Newton’s Corrections
- Lecture 46 Compressibility Chart
- Lecture 47 Law of Corresponding States
- Lecture 48 Factor Z Example
- Lecture 49 Mixture of Real Gases: Kay Rule
- Lecture 50 Kay Rule Example
- Lecture 51 EXERCISES#14 – Volume of a Gas Modeled by the Virial Equation
- Lecture 52 EXERCISES#15 – Compressibility Factor “Z” for Real Gases
- Lecture 53 EXERCISES#16 – Compressibility of Oxygen and Newton Correction
- Lecture 54 EXERCISES#17 – Nitrogen Purge System
- Lecture 55 EXERCISES#18 – Liquid Nitrogen Flashing to Real Gas
- Lecture 56 EXERCISES#19 – Mixture of Gases and the Kay Rule
- Lecture 57 EXERCISES#20 – Compression of a Mixture of Gases
- Lecture 58 EXERCISES#21 – Production of Methanol in Gaseous Phase
- Lecture 59 EXERCISES#22 – Mixture of Gases flowing in a Pipeline
- Section 6: Course Conlusion
- Lecture 60 Conclusion and Final Notes

**Course details**

- Movie quality: MP4 | Video: h264, 1280 × 720
- Audio quality: Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 Ch
- Movie duration: 7h 28m
- Number of lessons: 61 lectures
- Language of instruction: English
- Compressed file size: 5 GB

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