Download Single Phase Mass Balance Video Course

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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