Aim for course:
Through the study of this course, students should master the basic thermodynamical calculation for the processes of chemical engineering. They should also have the basic ability to analyze and solve the problems in the processes of chemical engineering. 

The Course Syllabus:
Chapter 1  Introduction
§1.1  Introduction for chemical engineering thermodynamics
§1.2  Study method for chemical engineering thermodynamics
§1.3  Application for chemical engineering thermodynamics
Chapter 2 Application of thermodynamics in chemical engineering
§2.1 The calculation for the enthalpy of chemical reaction
§2.2 The Design of reaction techniques by the knowledge of chemical thermodynamics
§2.3 The separation and purification of reaction mixture by the knowledge of chemical thermodynamics
§2.4 The detect of V-L equilibrium data by the thermodynamical consistency 
Chapter 3 The thermodynamical analysis for chemical process
§3.1 Basic theory
§3.2 The thermodynamical analysis for chemical unit process
§3.3 The three methods for the thermodynamical analysis 
Chapter 4 The Basis of The thermodynamics for Solution
§4.1 The The thermodynamical properties of multi-components
§4.2 The fugacity of fugacity factor
§4.3 Ideal solution and standard state
§4.4 Activity and activity factor
Chapter 5 The estimation for the data of the properties of substance
§5.1 The realtive state method
§5.2 The Group contribution method
§5.3 The estimation of vapor 
§5.4 The estimation of vapor enthalpy
Chapter 6 The phase equlibrium for Liquid
§6.1 The phase equlibrium
§6.2 The relation of activity factor with component
§6.3 The Vapor-Liquid equilibrium for media to low pressure
§6.4 The Vapor-Liquid equilibrium for high pressure
Chapter 7The introduction for Thermoanalysis
§7.1 The introduction for Thermoanalysis
§7.2 Thermograviometry
§7.3 Differential thermoanalysis
§7.4 Differential scanning calorimetry

Teaching Book: Peisheng Ma, Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics, The Chemical Engineering Press Corp., 2005

References:
1. Smith J M, Van Ness H C, Abbott M M. Introduction to Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics, 6th ed. New York: McGraw-Hill, 2001。
2. Zhiqian Zhu, Xun Xu, Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics, The Chemical Engineering Press Corp., 2005

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