Teacher(s)
Language
French
Prerequisites
This course assumes that the following notions have been acquired :
 quantitative chemistry (thermodynamics and kinetics), such as taught in course LEPL1302;
 organic chemistry, such as taught in course LMAPR1230.
Main themes
Part I : Chemical and Physical Kinetics
Chapter 1: Elements of Reaction Kinetics & Kinetics of Free Radical Chain Reactions
Chapter 2: Kinetics of Heterogeneous Catalytic Reactions
Chapter 3: Transport Processes with Reactions Catalyzed by Solids  Interfacial Transfers & Intraparticle Transport
Chapter 4: Noncatalytic GasSolid Reactions
Chapter 5: Catalyst Deactivation
Chapter 6: GasLiquid Reactions
Part II : Chemical Thermodynamics and Phases Equilibria
Chapter 1: Phases Equilibria – Real Systems with one or more Components
Chapter 2: Practical Applications of Phases Equilibria – Introduction to Chemical Engineering
Chapter 1: Elements of Reaction Kinetics & Kinetics of Free Radical Chain Reactions
Chapter 2: Kinetics of Heterogeneous Catalytic Reactions
Chapter 3: Transport Processes with Reactions Catalyzed by Solids  Interfacial Transfers & Intraparticle Transport
Chapter 4: Noncatalytic GasSolid Reactions
Chapter 5: Catalyst Deactivation
Chapter 6: GasLiquid Reactions
Part II : Chemical Thermodynamics and Phases Equilibria
Chapter 1: Phases Equilibria – Real Systems with one or more Components
Chapter 2: Practical Applications of Phases Equilibria – Introduction to Chemical Engineering
Learning outcomes
At the end of this learning unit, the student is able to :  
1  Referring to the Learning Outcomes (LOs) referential of the “Civil engineering bachelor's degree” the following LOs are aimed at:
After successfully completing this course, the student will be able to : Chapter I.1: Elements of Reaction Kinetics & Kinetics of Free Radical Chain Reactions

Content
Part I : Chemical Thermodynamics and Phases Equilibria
Chapter 1: Phases Equilibria – Real Systems with one or more Components
Chapter 2: Practical Applications of Phases Equilibria  Introduction to Chemical Engineering
Chapter 3 : Introduction to the Refining Industry
Part II : Chemical and Physical Kinetics
Chapter 1: Elements of Reaction Kinetics & Kinetics of Free Radical Chain Reactions
Chapter 2: Kinetics of Heterogeneous Catalytic Reactions
Chapter 3: Transport Processes with Reactions Catalyzed by Solids  Interfacial Transfers & Intraparticle Transport
Chapter 4: Noncatalytic GasSolid Reactions
Chapter 5: Catalyst Deactivation
Chapter 6: GasLiquid Reactions
Chapter 1: Phases Equilibria – Real Systems with one or more Components
Chapter 2: Practical Applications of Phases Equilibria  Introduction to Chemical Engineering
Chapter 3 : Introduction to the Refining Industry
Part II : Chemical and Physical Kinetics
Chapter 1: Elements of Reaction Kinetics & Kinetics of Free Radical Chain Reactions
Chapter 2: Kinetics of Heterogeneous Catalytic Reactions
Chapter 3: Transport Processes with Reactions Catalyzed by Solids  Interfacial Transfers & Intraparticle Transport
Chapter 4: Noncatalytic GasSolid Reactions
Chapter 5: Catalyst Deactivation
Chapter 6: GasLiquid Reactions
Teaching methods
The physical concepts and theory are explained in the theoretical sessions. A session with practical exercises (or potentially a project) follows each theoretical session to practice the theory. The exercises focus where possible on practical problems. For the preparation of the examination, a questionsanswers session is foreseen, with discussion of the course contents.
The exercises related to Part I will be based on the use of a process simulator (ASPEN+) enabling to place the theoretical notions, which have been studied, in a perspective as close as possible to the industrial reality.
The exercises related to Part I will be based on the use of a process simulator (ASPEN+) enabling to place the theoretical notions, which have been studied, in a perspective as close as possible to the industrial reality.
Evaluation methods
At the examination, students are evaluated individually according to in advance explained rules. Intermediate interrogation(s) on part(s) of the course is/are possible. Some reports on projects or exercises can be marked and the mark included in the final examination mark.
The part taught by each teacher normally counts for a half of the total mark, unless specified otherwise during the course. However, if a deep deficiency (<=8/20) is found for one part of the course, the total mark will represent a failure at the examination and be reduced to 8/20 as a maximum.
The part taught by each teacher normally counts for a half of the total mark, unless specified otherwise during the course. However, if a deep deficiency (<=8/20) is found for one part of the course, the total mark will represent a failure at the examination and be reduced to 8/20 as a maximum.
Other information
In EPL/FYKI, this course is a prerequisite for the courses "Chemical Reactor Analysis and Design" (LMAPR2330), as well as “Fluidfluid separations” (LMAPR2118).
Prerequisites for taking LMAPR1400:
This course assumes that the following notions have been acquired :
Prerequisites for taking LMAPR1400:
This course assumes that the following notions have been acquired :
 quantitative chemistry (thermodynamics and kinetics), such as taught in course LEPL1302;
 organic chemistry, such as taught in course LMAPR1230.
Online resources
Bibliography
Pour la partie I:
For Part I:
 Copie des supports de présentation disponible sur Moodle.
 Chapitre 2 du livre : Separation Process Principles, Third Edition, Henley, Seader and Roper, Editeur John Wiley & Sons, 2011, ISBN13: 9780470646113.
 Livre: "Chemical Reactor Analysis and Design" by G.F. Froment, K.B. Bischoff, and J. De Wilde, 3th ed., Wiley, 2010. Le livre peut être acheté à la librairie LibrisAgora à LouvainlaNeuve ou directement via le web. Quelques exemplaires du livre sont disponibles dans la bibliothèque ESB.
 Syllabus / transparents disponibles sur Moodle
For Part I:
 Copy of presentation material available on Moodle.
 Chapter 2 of book : Separation Process Principles, Third Edition, Henley, Seader and Roper, Editor John Wiley & Sons, 2011, ISBN13: 9780470646113.
 Book : "Chemical Reactor Analysis and Design" by G.F. Froment, K.B. Bischoff, and J. De Wilde, 3th ed., Wiley, 2010. The book can be purchased via LibrisAgora in LouvainlaNeuve or directly via the web. Some copies of the book are available in the BSE library..
 Slides and documents available on Moodle
Teaching materials
 Chemical Reactor Analysis and Design
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