Chemical Engineering Design B (CHNG4806)

UNIT OF STUDY

In the overall design process, chemical engineers must clearly understand the (often complex) interactions and trade-offs that occur between technical, economic, social and environmental considerations. This UoS builds on concepts in each of these areas introduced in previous years but with an emphasis on their successful integration within a comprehensive design activity. This design activity is spread over two UoS (Chemical Engineering Design A and B) run in first and second semester. The primary aim in the first UoS is to consider the technical issues with an emphasis on creating and evaluating a range of alternative options that exist at both the unit operation and complete flowsheet levels. The primary emphasis in this UoS is on evaluating how non-technical considerations affect the final process design and its operation. Students joining this course from the Major Industrial Placement Project (MIPPs CHNG4203) or as overseas students (with approval) do the same assignments but on a different schedule.

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Classes

Lecture, Project Work - own time, Project Work - in class, for an average of 3hrs per week

Assessment

Through semester assessment (100%)

Faculty/department permission required?

Yes

Unit of study rules

Prerequisites and assumed knowledge

CHNG4802 or CHNG4203

Assumed knowledge: Enrolment in this unit of study assumes that all core chemical engineering units of study in third-year have been successfully completed, as well as the related first semester unit of study Chemical Engineering Design A.

Prohibitions

CHNG4202

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