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Infomation of Course

Program Master/Doctorate [석/박사과정] Course Type Elective(Graduate) [ 선택(석/박사) ]
Course Code 39.622 Course No CBE622
Section English
L:L:C(AU) 3:0:3.0(0) Exam time
- Thu: 09:00~11:45
Course Title Mixing Theory in Chemical Engineering [ 화공혼합공학 ]
Class time
Tue: 10:30~12:00 / (W1-3)Dept. of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering [ (W1-3)생명화학공학과 ] (1119)
Thu: 10:30~12:00 / (W1-3)Dept. of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering [ (W1-3)생명화학공학과 ] (1119)

Information of Professor

Name 김상돈(Kim, Sang-Done)
Department 생명화학공학과(Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering)
Phone 3913

Plan of Lecture

Syllabus File
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Summary of Lecture
Material for Teaching Main Text Books

1. Fluid Mixing Technology by J. Y. Oldshue, McGraw Hill, New York, N.Y., 1983

Reference Books

1. Mixing : Principles and Applications by S. Nagata, A. Halsted Press Book, Kondansha Ltd., Tokyo, Japan, 1975
2. The Theory of Backmixing by J.C. Mecklenburgh and S. Hartland, John Wiley & Sons, 1975
3. Mixing for Process Industries by R. J. McDonough, Van Nostrand Reinhold, New York, 1992
4. HANDBOOK OF INDUSTRIAL MIXING : Science and Practice, Edited by Edward L. Paul, Victor A. Atiemo-Obeng and Suzanne M. Kresta, WILEY-INTERSCIENCE, 2004 John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
Evaluation Criteria Midterm Exam: (40%); Final Exam: (40%) H.W., (20%)
Lecture Schedule 1. Introduction - General Theory (1 week)
2. Impeller Fluid Shear Rates and Pumping Capacity (2 week)
3. Power Correlations and Mixing Environment (3 week)
4. Low-Viscosity Blending (4 week)
5. Solid Suspension (5 week)
6. Liquid-Liquid Emulsion (6 week)
7. Gas-Liquid Dispersions (7 week)
8. Pumping Effects (8 week)
9. Scale-up (9 week)
10. Chemical Reactions (10 week)
11. Liquid/Solid; Liquid-Liquid Mass Transfer (11 week)
12. Gas-Liquid Mass Transfer (12 week)
13. Heat Transfer and Continuous Flow in Mixing Processes (13 week)
14. Fluid Forces (14 week)
15. Mechanical Design of Fluid Mixers (15 week)
16. Industrial Applications (16 week)