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Japanese
Academic Year 2017Year School/Graduate School School of Engineering
Lecture Code K7553030 Subject Classification Specialized Education
Subject Name 化学工学演習III
Subject Name
(Katakana)
カガクコウガクエンシュウ 3
Subject Name in
English
Chemical Engineering Exercise III
Instructor IIZAWA TAKASHI,RATNA BALGIS,OGI TAKASI
Instructor
(Katakana)
イイザワ タカシ,ラトナ バルギス,オギ タカシ
Campus Higashi-Hiroshima Semester/Term 3rd-Year,  Second Semester,  Second Semester
Days, Periods, and Classrooms (2nd) Fri1-4:ENG 116
Lesson Style Seminar Lesson Style
【More Details】
Exercise ・Discussion 
Credits 2 Class Hours/Week   Language on Instruction B : Japanese/English
Course Level 3 : Undergraduate High-Intermediate
Course Area(Area) 25 : Science and Technology
Course Area(Discipline) 25 : Chemical Engineering
Eligible Students Last semester of 3rd grade students
Keywords Heat transfer, reaction engineering, exercises 
Special Subject for Teacher Education   Special Subject  
Class Status
within Educational
Program
This subject is a specialized for 3rd grade students of chemical engineering.
Goal of this class: “(C) appropriate training and learning the application of basic chemistry and chemical engineering science” in responds to the (C4) special course for chemical engineering.  
For more information, see chemical engineering course homepage. 
Criterion referenced
Evaluation
Chemical Engineering
(Abilities and Skills)
・Definite learning of basic chemistry and chemical engineering and cultivation of application ability (C4) chemical engineering field. 
Class Objectives
/Class Outline
To perform exercises on basic issues related to the heat transfer (K7504030) and reaction engineering (K7507030) classes, and to achieve a thorough understanding of the contents of both classes.
Learn the following knowledge and ability are the goal of the class.
1. Understand about heat equation and its derivation.
2. Ability to solve the steady-state heat conduction problem in various systems (flat plate, cylinder, sphere, fever, endothermic).
3. Ability to understand and solve one-dimensional unsteady heat conduction problem.
4. Understand and perform exercises on basic equations of the heat exchanger design.
5. Ability to solve problems in “laminar and turbulence flow” and “radiation-convection heat transfer complex”.
6. Learn about definition and concept of reaction rate.
7. Steady state approximation: Learn about non-elementary reaction rate equation (multiple reaction steps) using a rate-limiting step approximation.
8. Learn and perform exercise about method to derive basic equation for reactor design using stoichiometric relationship in the reaction.
9. Understand the analysis of a single reaction in each reactor by doing exercises.
10. Parallel reaction: Student will learn by practice the analysis of complex reactions such as sequential reaction.
The evaluation criteria are as follows: "learning and understanding" and "ability and skills".

In chemical engineering program of "(C) Ensure capability of basic and practical application of chemistry and chemical engineering "
· (C4) special course for chemical engineering 
Class Schedule lesson1 Guidance of chemical engineering exercises Ⅲ and basic of reaction engineering and heat transfer.
lesson2 Problem and solution of derivation method of heat conduction equation in Cartesian coordinate system.
lesson3 Problem and solution of stoichiometric relationship in reaction engineering.
lesson4 Problem and solution of derivation method of heat conduction equation in a cylindrical and spherical coordinate system.
lesson5 Definition of reaction rate and problem and solution exercise.
lesson6 Problem and solution of various steady-state heat conduction (flat plate, cylinder, sphere).
lesson7 Steady state approximation: Problem and solution of non-elementary reaction rate equation (multiple reaction steps) using rate-limiting step approximation.
lesson8 Phenomena of heat loss and heat generation in a plate-fin: Problem and solution of steady-state heat conduction due to endothermic reaction.
lesson9 Problem and solution of method to derive basic equation for reactor design using stoichiometric relationship in the reaction.
lesson10 Solve one-dimensional unsteady heat conduction problem using natural convection heat transfer approximation.
lesson11 Problem and solution of a single reaction in each reactor.
lesson12 Problem and solution on how to determine the convective heat transfer and heat transfer coefficient, and how to calculate it using dimensionless number.
lesson13 Problem and solution of a single reaction in each reactor.
lesson14 Problem and solution of heat transfer by thermal radiation in a black and non-black body.
lesson15 Problem and solution of parallel reaction: complex reactions such as sequential reaction.

The problems which are not yet solved during class, will be submitted as a report in the next meeting. (Homework will be set once every week and should take about 30 hours) 
Text/Reference
Books,etc.
Hand out of heat transfer and reaction engineering "Transport phenomena", Mizushina Atsuo (水科篤郎) and Ogino Fumimaro (荻野文丸), Published by 産業図書.
"Fundamentals and exercises of heat transfer", Hagi Mifu (萩 三二).
"Reaction Engineering", Hashimoto Kenji (橋本健治).
Please refer from Baifukan (培風館). 
PC or AV used in
Class,etc.
Problem Textbook 
Suggestions on
Preparation and
Review
Lesson 1: No suggestion
Lesson 2: Enough preparation of Chapter 2 of "Fundamentals and exercises of heat transfer" is necessary.
Lesson 3: Prepare “the stoichiometric relationship in reaction engineering” from problem textbook.
Lesson 4: Enough preparation of Chapter 2 of "Fundamentals and exercises of heat transfer" is necessary.
Lesson 5: Chapter 1 of “Reaction engineering” and Reaction engineering problem textbook No. 1.
Lesson 6: Enough preparation of Chapter 2 of "Fundamentals and exercises of heat transfer" is necessary.
Lesson 7: Chapter 2 of “Reaction engineering” and Reaction engineering problem textbook No. 1.
Lesson 8: Enough preparation of Chapter 2 of "Fundamentals and exercises of heat transfer" is necessary.
Lesson 9: Chapter 3 of “Reaction engineering” and Reaction engineering problem textbook No. 2.
Lesson 10: Enough preparation of Chapter 3 and 6 of "Fundamentals and exercises of heat transfer" is necessary.
Lesson 11: Chapter 4 of “Reaction engineering” and Reaction engineering problem textbook No. 2.
Lesson 12: Enough preparation of Chapter 3 of "Fundamentals and exercises of heat transfer" is necessary.
Lesson 13: Chapter 4 of “Reaction engineering” and Reaction engineering problem textbook No. 2.
Lesson 14: Enough preparation of Chapter 4 of "Fundamentals and exercises of heat transfer" is necessary.
Lesson 15: Chapter 5 and 6 of “Reaction engineering” and Reaction engineering problem textbook No. 3. 
Requirements Students have passed heat transfer and chemical engineering class 
Grading Method Maximum point is 100 from the experimental and homework report.
Students can pass with more than 60 points.
However, evaluation of the total attendance and reports writing is principle. 
Message Please check the office hour of each instructor. Do not hesitate to contact the instructor if you have any question, even after office hour.
1. The heat transfer and The reaction engineering experiment will be done every other week.
2. Bring calculator. 
Other   
Please fill in the class improvement questionnaire which is carried out on all classes.
Instructors will reflect on your feedback and utilize the information for improving their teaching. 
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