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Reacting systems - 3FMA1027

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  • Number of hours

    • Lectures : 9.0
    • Tutorials : 3.0
    • Laboratory works : 0
    • Projects : 0
    • Internship : 0
    ECTS : 15.0

Goals

To reveiw kinetics laws and mass balances;
To learn how to design a ideal homogeneous chemical reactor (volume, flow, ...);
To know their performances (selectivity, efficiency, ...);
To understand their operating risks related to their implementation (thermal losses, stability ...);

This course provides the necessary knowledge to characterize and to model real reactors (flow, RTD, ...)

Content

I. ELEMENTS OF HOMOGENEOUS CHEMICAL KINETICS
Kinetic laws; Reaction speed; mechanisms; Rate of progress ....

II. REACTORS: INTRODUCTION - REMINDERS
Positions and classification of reactors; balances

III. DESIGN OF COLD STORAGE IDEAL REACTORS
III-1 Case of a single reaction: Sizing, benchmarking, association reactors
III-2 Cases of multiple serial or parallel reactions: selectivity and yield

IV. IDEAL REACTORS NON-INSULATED
Energy balance, effect of temperature, operating stability

V. INTRODUCTION TO REAL REACTORS
Residence Time Distribution (DTS)

Four sets of exercises to the course and are made ??over the course of the water.



Prerequisites

notions of balance sheets (material and energy); applied fluid mechanics (flow, ...); mathematical tools resolutions of differential equations (simple).

Tests

A 1.5 hour written exam.
Written notes (course/TP/TD) authorized. Copies of books or previous exams are banned.
Examination compensatable.



note égale à la note du DS

Additional Information

Curriculum->Pagora Engineer - Apprentice->Semester 6


Sécurité-Environnement

Bibliography

SMITH J. M. Chemical engineering kinetics. 2e éd., New York : McGraw-Hill,, 1970.
COME G.-M. ( http://sicd1.ujf-grenoble.fr/-Bases-de-donnees-de-A-a-Z-) Les Techniques de l'Ingénieur. Traité Génie des Procédés, Volume JP, article J1100, J1110, J1115..., 1995.
SCHWEICH D. Génie de la réaction chimique. Londres : Paris : New York : Ed. Tec. & doc., 2001
Références bibliographiques données dans les polycopiés de cours.

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Date of update July 24, 2020

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