KNOWLEDGE FRAMEWORK BUILDING OF “CHEMICAL PROCESS AND EQUIPMENT” COURSE

Xiuyan Pang

Abstract


This paper aims at research and building a knowledge framework aiming at “Chemical Process and Equipment” course, which is fit for graduate students specialized in chemical and related specialties and with poor knowledge of Chemical Engineering. The framework was built and contents mainly included: characteristics of chemical industry; differences and relations of lab study and chemical industry; significance of chemical engineering design and its common program; typical chemical engineering unit operations and equipment; method of chemical engineering design and calculation; type of flow diagram and designing software; instances of typical chemical technology. Several years of practice proved that the knowledge framework was in favor of the grasp and application of the basic knowledge and methods.

Keywords


Chemical Process and Equipment, Knowledge framework, Teaching content, Optimizing

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