Principles of Chemical Processes |Material and Energy Balance|

Take Your Chemical Engineering Skills to the Next Level with Material & Energy Balances and Pressure Calculations

What you'll learn

  • Know how to use Flow Chart Streams and Flow Chart Scaling for the Calculation of Material Balance.
  • Extent of Reaction and the Calculation of Extent of Reaction for Multiple Reactions.
  • Calculation of Balances on Molecular & Atomic Species
  • Understand about the Energy Balance on Open & Closed Systems
  • On completion of the course, students will be able to apply mass balance equation for different systems and can solve numericals based on mass transfer.
  • On completion of the course, students will be able to apply thermal energy balance equation for different systems and can solve numericals on Energy Transfer
  • On completion of the course, students will be able to calculate fluid pressure.
  • Learn the common processes in Chemical Engineering industry and process variables and how to calculate them.
  • Will Understand about Pressure (Fluid Pressure and Hydrostatic head) and types of pressure and way to measure Fluid Pressure Measurement by Monometer.
  • Get the knowledge about Ideal Gas and the Laws of Gases.
  • Able to understand Law of Conservation of mass and know how to apply it on Different Systems.
  • Will Understand about Pressure and Pressure Scales and the Conversion Factor and the Measurement of Pressure.
  • Learn what system energy is and perform energy balance calculation.
  • Know how to Use Differential & Integral Balances for Material Balance.
  • Learn how to perform material balance and energy balance on Reactive Processes.


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  • Composition of Mixtures

· Molecular Weight & Mole and the Conversion between Mass & Moles

· Mass & Mole Fraction, Conversion from a Composition by Mass to Molar Composition

· Concentration

  • Pressure

· Introduction of Pressure and Pressure Scales (Atmospheric, Gauge, Vacuum, Absolute)

· Conversion Factors of Pressure

· Fluid Pressure Measurement

  • Ideal Gases & Gas Laws

· Ideal Gases & Equation of State, Standard Temperature & Pressure, Problems

· Ideal Gas Mixtures, Vapor-Liquid Equilibria for Multi-Component System

· Henry’Law, Raoult’s Law, Antoine Equation, Dalton’s Law

  • Fundamentals of Material Balances

· Introduction, Chemical Processes Classification, Steady & Unsteady State, Balance Equation

· Differential and Integral Balances on Chemical Processes

· Differential Process to Perform Material Balance

· Flow Chart Streams and calculation of Flow Chart Stream Balance

· Flow Chart Scaling and their Calculation

  • Balances on Reactive Systems

· Balances on Reactive Systems, Limiting & Excess Reactants

· Extent of Reaction and the Calculation of Extent of Reaction

· Multiple Reactions, Yield & Selectivity2

· Extent of Reaction for Multiple Reactions with Calculation

· Balances on Molecular & Atomic Species

· Degree of Freedom Analysis on Reactive Balances

  • Energy Balance

· First Law of Thermodynamics, Forms of Energy (Kinetic, Molecular, Internal)

· Energy Balances on Closed Systems

· Specific Properties & Enthalpy

Requirements for the course

  • High School Knowledge of Chemistry

Who this course is for

  • This Course is for Students on the relevant fields (Chemical, Mechanical, Process engineering).
  • Chemical Engineers refreshing their Mass and Energy Transfer.
  • Teachers / Professors requiring extra knowledge on Mass & Energy Transfer.


15.5 hours on-demand video

23 downloadable resources

Full lifetime access

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Certificate of completion