ERT 214/4 MATERIAL AND ENERGY BALANCE
This course starts with engineering calculations. Students are taught to interpret series of data and to interpret graphs. Material balance as well as energy balance also will be covered in the course. The course will be completed with the introduction of several methods in calculating material balance and energy balance in a system.
Ability to solve basic engineering calculations, convert units in the same dimensions and scientifically interpret series of data.
Ability to identify single unit and multiple unit processes, distinguish parameters given in order to find a solution. Students are able to discuss mass balance concept and solv e material balance problems.
Ability to measure parameters, solve energy balance problems and discuss energy balance concepts.
Ability to evaluate steam tables to solve problems in a system and also analyze all possible information data given in a system to provide a solution combining of material and energy balance.
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