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Last Update: Feb 03, 2024

Unit Operations

  • £129.00
  • 103 Lesson
  • 5.00

About Course

Struggling with the complexities of Unit Operations in Chemical Engineering? Our exceptional course is tailored to demystify this crucial subject, blending practical skills with theoretical knowledge. We provide a comprehensive guide to navigate the intricate mechanisms of Chemical Engineering with confidence and expertise.

This course covers everything from fundamental design principles to complex two-phase systems and separation techniques, providing an essential foundation for success in Unit Operations.

What This Course Offers:

  1. Fundamental Design Principles Mastery: Master the core design principles of unit operations, laying a solid foundation for advanced studies.
  2. Mass Transfer Concepts Exploration: Explore mass transfer concepts from both mathematical and physical perspectives, enhancing your analytical skills.
  3. Diffusivity Challenges Solutions: Apply mass transfer principles to effectively solve diffusivity challenges in various scenarios.
  4. Two-Phase Systems Understanding: Dive deep into two-phase systems, comprehending their interactions and separation techniques.
  5. Cooling Towers Design Precision: Design cooling towers with accuracy, a vital skill in thermal management.
  6. Evaporation Processes Insights: Navigate boiling point rises and particle analysis in evaporation processes, crucial for process optimization.
  7. Comprehensive Equipment Design: Design evaporators, crystallizers, distillation columns, and dryers, broadening your equipment design skills.
  8. Packed Column Design Analysis: Analyze packed column designs comprehensively, a key aspect in mass transfer operations.
  9. Dilute and Concentrated Solution Systems Modeling: Model both dilute and concentrated solution systems, enhancing your versatility in handling different concentrations.
  10. Distillation Modeling Expertise: Master distillation modeling for various techniques, improving your proficiency in separation processes.
  11. VLE and Non-VLE Systems Solutions: Solve VLE and non-VLE systems effortlessly, expanding your understanding of vapor-liquid equilibrium.
  12. Equilibrium Extraction Concept: Grasp the concept of equilibrium extraction, a crucial aspect in solvent extraction processes.
  13. Liquid-Liquid Extraction Modeling: Explore liquid-liquid extraction, including complex three-liquid systems, broadening your process design skills.
  14. Extraction Systems Efficiency: Model single and multi-stage extraction systems effectively, optimizing separation efficiency.
  15. Particle Size Analysis Expertise: Gain expertise in particle size analysis and distribution technologies, essential in solids handling.

Course Completion and Certification:

Engage with our interactive video lessons, practical exercises, and extensive PDF resources. Assess your understanding through a 10-question quiz, aiming for a minimum score of 70% to earn a prestigious certificate, validating your dedication and expertise in Unit Operations.

Don’t miss this chance to master Unit Operations and take your Chemical Engineering journey to new heights. Enroll now and step onto the path of becoming a confident and skilled professional.

Invest in your future and build unshakable confidence in unit operations. With lifetime access to all content, you’re set for a journey of lifelong learning and expertise.

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Course Content

Section 1: Introduction

  • Introduction to Equimolar Counter Diffusion
  • Introduction to Utilities
  • What is the Bernoulli Equation
  • Energy in Motion Systems
  • Types of Pumps
  • Compression & Expansion Systems
  • Additional Learning Journals

Section 2: Mass Transfer Overview

Section 3: Intermediate Systems

Section 4: Design of Packed Towers

Section 5: Distillation

Section 6: Extraction Systems

Section 7: Particle Size Analysis

Course Assessment Quiz

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1 year ago
I have taken many of Callum's courses and I have to say this one didn't disappoint. The material is up-to-date and very relevant to my MEng degree. I would recommend anyone considering help in unit operations to get their hands on this gem of a resource.
1 year ago
I was recommended by a fellow student to The ChemEng Student, and I must say that this man Callum Russell has single-handed helped me through my 3rd year of university. What I didn't realise is that it's not just the course you get, but rather a mentor. Callum truly cares about his students and it shows in his work!
2 years ago
I am writing this review as a 4th-year student at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. My experience with this website has been second to none, not only is the course material good quality but the additional support that the instructor provides. I couldn't fault his enthusiasm for the course and it really shows in his delivery. If you are considering a course I would highly recommend investing, as the information was extremely useful during my project!
3 years ago
Great course, impeccable detail and extremely informative. Very useful for my 3rd-year modules.

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Callum Russell is a Chemical Engineering and Project Management lecturer in the school of Computing, Engineering and Physical Sciences at The University of The West of Scotland. Having amassed over a decade of teaching experience within both the private and public education system, he brings a diverse and dynamic range of theoretical and practical knowledge across both Chemical Engineering and Project Management disciplines.