As Distributed in class:
01/14/14 01/20/14
01/27/14
02/03/14
02/10/14 02/17/14
02/24/14 03/03/14
03/10/14
03/17/14
03/24/14
03/31/14
04/07/14
04/14/14
04/21/14
04/28/14
Week 1 01/14/14
HW1 Due Thursday, January 16, 2014
In class: 1.10, 2.8
Submission: 1.16, 2.2, 2.13
Assignment Objectives:
Demonstrate proficiency with fundamental engineering calculations
Perform 1st law analysis on simple systems
Reading Assignments:
Tuesday (1/14): Ch.2 pp. 21-37
Thursday (1/16): Ch.2 pp. 37-55 (HW1 Due, HW2 Assigned)
Monday (1/20): MLK Holiday (no class meeting)
Tuesday (1/21): Ch.3 pp. 64-90
Thursday (1/23): Ch.3 pp. 90-111 (HW2 Due, HW3 Assigned)
Week 2 01/21/14
HW2 Due Thursday, January 23, 2014
Discussion: 2.41, 3.4
Submission: 2.28, 2.32, 3.18
Assignment Objectives:
Perform 1st law analysis on open and closed systems
Evaluate work performed for ideal fluid processes
Reading Assignments:
Monday (1/20): MLK Holiday (no class meeting)
Tuesday (1/21): Ch.3 pp. 64-90
Thursday (1/23): Ch.3 pp. 90-111 (HW2 Due, HW3 Assigned)
Week 3 01/27/14
HW3 Due Monday, February 3, 2014
Submission: 3.19, 3.23, 3.27, 3.33, 3.39p, 3.51, 3.53
Assignment Objectives:
Utilize equations of state and 1st law to describe fluid conditions and properties
Manipulate relevant governing equations to describe particular processes
Critically evaluate proposed models and proposed solutions
Reading Assignments:
Monday (1/27): Ch.4 pp. 125-150
Tuesday (1/28):
Thursday (1/30): Ch.5 pp. 159-190
Monday (2/3): (HW3 Due, HW4 Assigned)
Week 4 02/03/14
HW4 Due Tuesday, February 11, 2014
In-class: 4.15, 5.3, 5.7, 5.16
Submission: 4.37, 5.10, 5.27, 5.31, 5.46
Assignment Objectives:
Evaluate enthalpy changes for sensible heat change, latent heat change, and reaction
Calculate entropy changes and maximum efficiency for a process
Evaluate feasibility of porcesses in the context of the 2nd Law
Reading Assignments:
Monday (2/03): Ch. 5
Tuesday (2/04):
Thursday (2/06): Ch. 6 pp. 199-208
Monday (2/10):
Tuesday (2/11): Ch. 6 pp. 208-220 (HW4 Due, HW5
Assigned)
Thursday (2/13): Exam 1 (Chapters 1-5)
Week 5 02/10/14
Due Thursday, February 20, 2014
Submission: 6.14b, 6.20, 6.33, 6.38
Assignment Objectives:
Calculate entropy changes and maximum efficiency for a process
Evaluate feasibility of processes in the context of the 2nd Law
Reading Assignments:
Tuesday (2/11): Ch. 6 pp. 208-220 (HW4 Due, HW5 Assigned)
Thursday (2/13): Exam 1
(Chapters 1-5)
Monday (2/17): President’s Day Holiday
Tuesday (2/18): Ch. 6 pp. 220-240
Thursday (2/20): Ch. 7 pp. 254-280 (HW5 Due, HW6
Assigned)
Week 6 02/17/14
Due Thursday, February 27, 2014
Submission: , 6.61, 6.93 a,b, 7.24, 7.46
Assignment Objectives:
Calculate residual state variables using equations of state and correlations
Thermodynamically evaluate processes using tabular and graphical data
Evaluate the PVT behavior of real fluids in irreversible processes including phase change
Analyze real process steps in the context of the 1st and 2nd Laws
Reading Assignments:
Tuesday (2/18):
Ch. 6 pp. 220-240
Thursday (2/20):
Ch. 7 pp. 254-280 (HW5 Due, HW6 Assigned)
Monday (2/24):
Thursday (2/25):
Ch. 8 pp. 290-312
Thursday (2/27):
Ch. 9 pp. 317-332 (HW6 Due, HW7 Assigned)
Week 7 02/24/14
Due Thursday, March 6 2014
Submission: 7.57, 8.13, 9.5, P1 (See handout)
Assignment Objectives:
Analyze real process steps in the context of the 1st & 2nd laws
Evaluate performance of cycles for power or refrigeration
Reading Assignments:
Thursday (02/27):
Ch. 9 pp. 317-332 (HW6 Due, HW7 Assigned)
Monday (03/03): Ch. 10 pp. 338-358
Tuesday (03/04): IA
3, 4, 11 Due
Thursday (03/06): Ch. 10 pp. 358-370 (HW7 Due, HW8
Assigned)
Monday (03/10):
Week 8 03/10/14
Due Tuesday, March 25, 2014
Submission: 10.2b, 10.9b, 10.14, 10.19, 10.25
Assignment Objectives:
Evaluate VLE equilibrium conditions using K-values, Raoult’s Law, and Modified Raoult’s Law
Perform bubble point, dew point, and flash calculations by hand and by using software
Reading Assignments:
Tuesday (3/11):
Ch. 10 pp. 358-370 (HW7 Due, HW8 Assigned)
Thursday (3/13):
Ch. 11 pp. 378-391
Monday (3/24):
Ch. 11 pp. 391-401 (HW9 Due, HW10 Assigned)
Tuesday (3/25):
Ch. 11 pp. 401-420
Week 9 03/24/14
Due Tuesday, April 1, 2014
Submission: 11.4, 11.13, 11.16, 11.25, 11.30b, 11.36
Assignment Objectives:
Evaluate fugacities for pure components and for mixtures
Evaluate partial molar properties for mixtures
Reading Assignments:
Tuesday (3/25): Ch. 11 pp. 401-420
Thursday (3/27): Ch. 12 pp. 430-469
Monday (3/31): No class meeting
Tuesday (4/01): Ch. 14 pp. 545-624 (HW10 Due, HW 11
Assigned)
Week 10 03/31/14
Due Thursday, April 10, 2014
Submission: 12.6, 12.20, 12.34, 12.46, 12.57
Assignment Objectives:
Develop and validate thermodynamic models for VLE
Evaluate mixing effects on systems
Reading Assignments:
Tuesday (4/01): Ch. 14 pp. 545-624 (HW9 Due, HW10 Assigned)
Thursday (4/03):Ch. 13 pp. 483-501
Monday (4/07):
Tuesday (4/08):Exam 2 (Ch. 6-11)
Thursday (4/10):Ch. 13 pp. 502-532 (HW10 Due, HW11 Assigned)
Week 11 04/04/14
Due Thursday, April 17, 2013
Submission: 14.3, 14.7, 14.9d, 14.20, 14.26, 14.28, 14.33
Assignment Objectives:
Use data reduction to determine parameters in excess free energy models
Determine pressures and compositions for non-ideal solutions and vapors; and for multiple liquid phase systems
Perform phase equilibrium calculations for multicomponent systems
Perform phase equilibrium calculations for solid-fluid systems
Reading Assignments:
Thursday (4/10): Ch. 13 pp. 502-532 (HW10 Due, HW11
Assigned)
Monday (4/14):
Tuesday (4/15): Ch. 15 pp. 635-644
Thursday (4/17): Ch. 16 pp. 647-674 (HW11 Due, HW12
Assigned)
Week 12 04/11/14
Due Friday, April 25, 2014
Submission: 13.4, 13.6a, 13.20, 13.31, 13.35, 13.46
Assignment Objectives:
Evaluate equilibrium compositions and other thermodynamic conditions for reactive systems
Perform fundamental evaluations of thermodynamic variables
Apply the Gibbs phase rule to reactive systems
Reading Assignments:
Thursday (4/17): Ch. 16 pp. 647-674 (HW11 Due, HW12
Assigned)
Monday (4/21):
Tuesday (4/22):
Thursday (4/24): Exam 3 (Ch. 12, 14)
Friday (4/25): HW 12 Due
Week 13 04/23/14
Due Thursday, May 1, 2014
Submission (work completed in class):
1. 15.7
2. For the simulation at
http://www.et.byu.edu/~rowley/VLEfinal/VLE_home.htm, read
through the background and examples while referring to the Run
Simulator link in a separate window. Proceed to the Problems page
and submit your answers for the Level 2 problems 1, 2, and 3.
3. Complete the ASPEN workshop during class and submit the
deliverables specified.
Assignment Objectives:
·
Apply thermodynamic principles to
analysis of processes
·
Apply molecular simulation to
thermodynamically analyze processes
·
Select and validate a
thermodynamic model in a commercial process simulator
Reading Assignments: