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  1. Pharos University in Alexandria Faculty of Engineering. Petrochemical Department PLANT DESIGN I (Code: PE 368) Prepared by: Prof. Dr. Hassan Farag

  2. Lecture time: Thursday 8:30-10:30 • Location: E 112 • Prerequisite: PE • Office hours:SUNDAY10:30—12:30&WEDNES DAY 10:30—12:30 • Office number: E132

  3. Course Aim: To enable students to: 1- Learn methodology of the plant design process and its application to the design of chemical processes. 2- Provide students to the knowledge of flow sheet drawing, analysis of profits obtained from investments, understand Hazards, safety, and detailed design procedures for equipment. 3- Select the appropriate plant layout and to choose the suitable plant location. 4- Enable the students to choose the methods, which obtains a profitable project.

  4. Intended Learning outcomes: A- Knowledge and understanding: • a6-i List different types of material of construction. • a6-ii Define the suitable type of material of construction. • a6-iii Describe fabrication of equipments. • a8-i List equipment designation for the most common equipment. • a8-ii Describe flow sheet symbols for the important equipment. • a8-iii Define scale up and safety factors in plant design. • a8-iv Describe the mechanism of plate tower. • a8-v List different types of liquid mixers. • a8-vi Name different types of gravity settlers. • a8-vii Describe the mechanism of pumps and compressors. • a8-viii List different types of pumps and compressors. • a11-i Define health and safety hazards. • a11-ii List the important parameters of general design considerations. • a14-i Describe the methodology of the design process. • a14-ii List different types of process units. • a14-iii Define feasibility survey. • a14-iv Identify different types of flow diagram. • a14-v Explain the importance of flow sheets and how they are presented.

  5. b- Intellectual skills b1-i Determine the process conditions. b1-ii Apply mass and energy balances for any flow sheet. b1-iii Detect quantitative and qualitative flow diagram. b6-i Determine the reaction rate. b6-ii Determine the volume of the reactor. b6-iii Calculate the number of plates in a plate power. b6-iv Calculate the horsepower of a pump. b6-v Calculate the coefficient of performance of compressors. b8-I Determine the effect and rate of the hazard. b8-ii Determine the safety indexes. b8-iiiApply plant fire rules. b8-iv Determine the complex failure. b8-v Determine the hazard caused by flammable material. c1. c2. c3. .

  6. C- Professional and practical skills • c1 Perform mass and energy balances for any flow sheet. • c13-I Select the appropriate parameter for designing a project. • c13-ii Select the appropriate parameters for decision making. • c13-iii Select the appropriate layout for any process. • c13-iv Design different equipments. • c14 Perform the concept of safety for industrial plants. • c17 Perform the basic principles of project planning. .

  7. d- General and transferable skills • d2 Practice solving problem skills.. • d5-i Practice presentation skills. • d5-ii Practice computer skills.

  8. Teaching and learning methods • Lectures • Seminars-presentations • Tutorial –problem solving • Case Study Student assessment : A- Procedures used • Assessment (1) Drop QuizzeS • Assessment (2) MINI PROJECTS • Assessment (3) Reports & Presentations • Assessment (4) Final written Exam

  9. B- Schedule • Drop Quizzes 3rd to 12th Weeks • FOLLOW UP OF MINI PROJECTS Every Week IN TUTORIALS • Reports & Presentations As per lecturer schedule • Mid-term written exams 9th Week • Final written exams 16th Week C- Weighting of Assessment • Class works In tutorials of mini projects 20% • Quizzes 10 % • Mid Term Written Exam 20 % • Final Written Exam 50 %

  10. List of references • 1- Course notes available on the university web site 2- Required books (text books) Max.S.Peters;”Plant design and economics for chemical engineers”4th Ed, Mc Graw Hill, 1991. • 3- Periodicals, Web sites, … etc