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Process Engineers’ Assets: Concepts, Skills, Deliverables, Codes & Standards (Module II)

Aug 23, 2018 to Oct 11, 2018
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This is the second module in the Chemical Engineering for Non-Chemical Engineers Certificate Program. It is 100% Online.

Course Outline

Session 5 - Chemical Engineers' Assets - Part 1

Chemical Engineers' Assets: Concepts, Skills, Deliverables, Codes & Standards
     A - Process Engineering Discipline Deliverables
BFD (Block Flow Diagram)
PFD (Process Flow Diagram)
Plot Plan; and Site Selection
P&ID (Piping & Instrumentation Diagram)
H&MB Table (Heat & Material Balance)
Equipment Datasheets
Process Description and Process Control Narrative
Datasheets
Utility Consumption Table
Chemical Consumption Table
Shut-Down Key Table
Alarm Set Point Table

Session 6 - Chemical Engineers' Assets - Part 2

     B - Process Engineers' Skills
Calculation
Study Report
SOP (Standard Operating Procedure)
Scope Definition Document
     C - Process Engineering Standards and Codes
Standards vs. Codes
Common Standards in Chemical Engineering
Common Codes in Chemical Engineering
     D - Process Engineering Concepts

Session 7 - Substances

Material Phases: Solids, Liquids, and Gasses
Phase Behaviour
Gas Laws
Material Properties
Properties of Flowable Solids
Change: Physical or Chemical
Physical Change: Macro-Change, Micro-Change (Phase and Component Changes)
Chemical Change: Reactions

Session 8 - Principles of Material Change

Mass Transfer and Energy Transfer (Potential and Kinetic)
Transfer Phenomena: Heat Transfer, Mass Transfer; and Momentum Transfer
Conservation of Energy, Mass; and Momentum
Energy Balance, Mass Balance

Session 9 - Process Industries Elements: Equipment and Pipes (Concepts)

Fluid Conductors: Pipes, Tubes, Ducts
Fitting and Valves
Fluid Movers: Pump and Compressors
Containers: Tanks, Vessels
Mixing and Agitation
Heat Transfer Equipment: Heat Exchangers, Furnaces
Unit Operations and Unit Processes
Flowable Solid Transfer