Material and Energy Balances

Course Description

LearnChemE features faculty prepared engineering education resources for students and instructors produced by the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering at the University of Colorado Boulder and funded by the National Science Foundation, Shell, and the Engineering Excellence Fund. In this course, LearnChemE covers engineering calculations, process variables, single unit material balances, multiple-unit material balances, equations of state, phase equilibrium, energy balances, and balances involving reactions.

Material and Energy Balances
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# Lecture Play Lecture
1 Unit Conversions (Practice) (007:17) Play Video
2 Systems of Units (009:21) Play Video
3 Force & Weight (Units & Conversions) (006:20) Play Video
4 Significant Figures (006:00) Play Video
5 Solving Set of Linear Equations (005:11) Play Video
6 Changing Units in an Equation (004:16) Play Video
7 Dimensions of Differential Equations (003:26) Play Video
8 Dimensional Homogeneity (007:01) Play Video
9 Dimensionless Groups (Reynolds Number Example) (004:26) Play Video
10 Linearization of Non-Linear Equations (006:25) Play Video
11 Linearization Example (Cell Growth) (BIO) (004:41) Play Video
12 Linearize/Plot Non-Linear Equations (Excel) (007:14) Play Video
13 Specific Gravity of a Mixture (005:29) Play Video
14 Density, Mass Flow, and Volumetric Flow (003:06) Play Video
15 Average Molecular Weight Derivation (007:29) Play Video
16 Average Molecular Weight Calculation (006:52) Play Video
17 Mass and Mole Fractions (Conversions) (009:02) Play Video
18 Molar Conversions (006:52) Play Video
19 Determining Concentrations of Streams (ppm) (008:18) Play Video
20 Using Average Molecular Weight to Simplify a Material Balance (004:43) Play Video
21 Introduction to Pressure (004:26) Play Video
22 Manometers (005:19) Play Video
23 Acceleration Due to Pressure (007:57) Play Video
24 Force Balance on Inclined Manometer (0010:32) Play Video
25 General Balance for Material Balances (003:28) Play Video
26 General Mass Balance on Single Tank (006:07) Play Video
27 Degree of Freedom Analysis on a Single Unit (007:30) Play Video
28 Introduction to Degrees of Freedom (008:34) Play Video
29 Material Balance Problem Approach (009:09) Play Video
30 Performing a Material Balance on a Single Unit (009:13) Play Video
31 Average Molecular Weight of Mixed Stream (008:55) Play Video
32 Flowchart Example (005:37) Play Video
33 Liquid-Liquid Extraction Material Balance (007:11) Play Video
34 Material Balance over a Crystallizer (Solubility) (005:41) Play Video
35 Material Balances for a Mixing Process (0010:49) Play Video
36 Scaling a Material Balance (006:35) Play Video
37 Water Vapor Adsorber Material Balance (006:13) Play Video
38 Analysis of a Split Point (003:43) Play Video
39 Degree of Freedom Analysis on Multiple Unit Process (005:55) Play Video
40 Multiple Unit Material Balance: Degree of Freedom Analysis (0011:41) Play Video
41 Solving Material Balances on Multiple Units (0012:25) Play Video
42 Crystallizer Material Balance with Recycle (0012:49) Play Video
43 Designing a Flowchart (008:10) Play Video
44 Multiple Unit Material Balance - Decaf Coffee (0012:32) Play Video
45 Reactor with Recycle (009:43) Play Video
46 Equilibrium (005:38) Play Video
47 Reaction Yield and Selectivity (007:35) Play Video
48 Stoichiometry (003:44) Play Video
49 Chemical Equilibrium: Effect of an Inert (006:08) Play Video
50 Gas Phase Chemical Equilibrium (006:43) Play Video
51 Single Reaction With Recycle (0012:05) Play Video
52 Two Reactions (Extent of Reaction Method) (0010:54) Play Video
53 Fractional Conversion (Interactive) (001:05) Play Video
54 Limiting Reagent (Interactive) (0000:58) Play Video
55 Reaction Stoichiometry (Interactive) (001:19) Play Video
56 Three Methods for Reactive MEB Problems (0010:45) Play Video
57 Atomic Species Balances (006:56) Play Video
58 Extent of Reaction for Material Balances (008:13) Play Video
59 Molecular Species Balances (004:20) Play Video
60 Two Reactions in a Two-Phase Reactor (0011:55) Play Video
61 Percent Excess Air (003:38) Play Video
62 Wet to Dry Basis (003:21) Play Video
63 Dry to Wet Basis (004:47) Play Video
64 Critical Properties of a Fluid (T and P) (005:12) Play Video
65 Ideal Gas Law - Lung Example (BIO) (009:33) Play Video
66 Standard Temperature and Pressure - Ideal Gas Law (004:22) Play Video
67 Ideal Gas Mixture Characterization (006:26) Play Video
68 Ideal Gas Mixtures Example (009:44) Play Video
69 Ideal Gases Example Biofermentation (BIO) (005:58) Play Video
70 SRK Equation of State Example (008:20) Play Video
71 Compressibility Factor (Z-Factor) Equation of State (008:38) Play Video
72 Pressure-Volume Diagram (005:19) Play Video
73 Heat of Vaporization: Clausius-Clapeyron (002:18) Play Video
74 Heat of Vaporization: Antoine's Equation (002:56) Play Video
75 Gibbs Phase Rule (004:02) Play Video
76 Relative and Absolute Humidity (003:51) Play Video
77 Single Condensable Species Balance (Raoult's Law) (008:53) Play Video
78 Air/Water Vapor-Liquid Equilibrium (003:44) Play Video
79 Condense Water Vapor from Air (002:50) Play Video
80 Raoult's Law (Water as Condensable Component) (004:20) Play Video
81 Lever Rule (001:13) Play Video
82 Multi-condensable Species in VLE (005:11) Play Video
83 Raoult's Law Explanation (003:11) Play Video
84 Add Non-Volatile Component to VLE System (003:40) Play Video
85 Add One Component to Binary VLE System (0010:54) Play Video
86 Condense a Binary Mixture (002:43) Play Video
87 Phase Equilibrium: Txy Diagram (005:46) Play Video
88 Binary Vapor: Partial Condensation (004:16) Play Video
89 Bubble Point Calculation for Condenser (002:55) Play Video
90 Dew Temperature Calculation/Excel Solver (007:06) Play Video
91 Pxy Diagram (Simulation) (004:43) Play Video
92 Solving VLE Using Raoult's Law and Iterative Method Solver (008:30) Play Video
93 Distillation of a Two Component Mixture (Part I) (0010:13) Play Video
94 Distillation of a Two Component Mixture (Part II) (003:50) Play Video
95 Gas Stripping (Henry and Raoult's Laws) (0011:14) Play Video
96 Solubility Introduction (004:28) Play Video
97 Using Solubility Diagrams for Material Balances (009:10) Play Video
98 Interpolating Tie Lines on a Ternary Diagram (005:02) Play Video
99 Ternary Phase Diagram Basics (Simulation) (005:49) Play Video
100 Using a Triangular (Ternary) Phase Diagram (004:23) Play Video
101 VLLE for Immiscible Liquids (006:14) Play Video
102 Partial Pressure: Immiscible Liquids (002:47) Play Video
103 Triangular (Ternary) Phase Diagram Example (007:26) Play Video
104 Introduction to Energy (005:10) Play Video
105 What is Enthalpy? (005:31) Play Video
106 Adiabatic Compression of an Ideal Gas (006:17) Play Video
107 Open and Closed Systems (006:54) Play Video
108 Irreversible Adiabatic Expansion (002:09) Play Video
109 Energy Balance on a Human (BIO) (004:33) Play Video
110 Gas Expansion From a Tank (009:18) Play Video
111 Energy Balance on Open System (PAV Device) (BIO) (008:21) Play Video
112 How to Use Steam Tables (005:57) Play Video
113 Linear Interpolation (004:02) Play Video
114 Advanced Interpolation (005:19) Play Video
115 Introduction to Steam Tables (003:16) Play Video
116 Introduction to Steam Tables 2 (007:53) Play Video
117 Steam Tables: Interpolation (004:50) Play Video
118 Steam Table Example (007:42) Play Video
119 Quality of Steam (004:26) Play Video
120 Steam Tables: Calculating Quality (009:19) Play Video
121 Water Properties from Steam Tables (003:50) Play Video
122 Compare Steam Tables to Ideal Gas Law (003:15) Play Video
123 Energy Balance on a Heat Exchanger (006:33) Play Video
124 Throttle Example: High-Pressure Liquid (004:51) Play Video
125 Unsteady-State Energy Balance on a Tank (0011:50) Play Video
126 Bernoulli Equation Example (006:55) Play Video
127 Reference States for Enthalpy Calculations (0010:20) Play Video
128 Choosing a Reference State (Example) (008:52) Play Video
129 Sensible Heat from Specific Enthalpy (006:49) Play Video
130 Psychrometric Charts (Humidity Charts) (0010:00) Play Video
131 Including a Phase Change in an Energy Balance (007:29) Play Video
132 Latent Heat (008:03) Play Video
133 Calculate Physical Properties using Humidity Charts (007:21) Play Video
134 Humidity Chart Example (009:02) Play Video
135 Humidity Chart: Adiabatic Humidification (006:09) Play Video
136 Energy Balance on a Condenser (008:04) Play Video
137 Adiabatic Mixing (006:43) Play Video
138 Heat of Mixing (004:13) Play Video
139 Isothermal Mixing (005:38) Play Video
140 Heat of Reaction (from Heat of Formation) (006:29) Play Video
141 Heat Removal from a Chemical Reactor (008:17) Play Video
142 Hess's Law (004:54) Play Video
143 Heats of Formation (003:32) Play Video
144 Heat of Combustion (006:55) Play Video
145 Thermochemistry of Solutions (007:41) Play Video
146 Calculating Enthalpy Changes Using Heats of Formation Method (008:47) Play Video
147 Calculating Enthalpy Changes Using Heat of Reaction Method (008:33) Play Video
148 Energy Balances with Unknown Outlet Conditions (007:55) Play Video
149 Steam Reformer Material and Energy Balance (0011:25) Play Video
150 Adiabatic Flame Temperature (005:59) Play Video
151 Excel Solver Introduction (006:11) Play Video
152 MEB Final Exam Review (Part I) (0010:05) Play Video
153 MEB Final Exam Review (Part II) (0010:35) Play Video
154 MEB Final Exam Review (Part II) (007:41) Play Video
155 MEB Final Exam Review (Part IV) (008:05) Play Video


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