CHEMICAL REACTION ENGINEERING
1. Code and Course name: 2104429 – Chemical recation Engineering
2. Credits
Total credits: 3 Theoretical: 3 Laboratory: 0
3. Textbook and References
Textbook
[1]. Vũ Bá Minh, Kỹ Thuật Phản Ứng, Đại học Quốc gia Tp.HCM, 2010.
References
[1]. Octave Levenspiel, Chemical Reaction Engineering (Third Edition), Hamilton Printing Company, 1999.
[2]. Nguyễn Bin, Kỹ Thuật Phản Ứng, Đại học Bách khoa Hà Nội, 1991.
[3]. Vũ Bá Minh, Bài tập Kỹ Thuật Phản Ứng, Đại học Quốc gia Tp.HCM, 2010.
4. Course description
a. Course description
An course in chemical kinetics/reactor design that covered, in detail: ideal reactors (batch, plug flow, perfectly mixed), application of these three reactors to single and multiple reactions for isothermal operation, analysis of kinetic data, and derivation of rate equations from sequences of elementary reactions
b. Prerequisites/Corequisites
2104421 – Physical chemistry 1 (a – Prerequisites)
c. Others requirement
No
5. Course Learning Outcomes
a. Course Learning Outcomes.
Student, who passed the course satisfactorily can:
 Describe the processes, parameters and conditions of the reaction;
 Determine the kinetic data, rate law and influencing factors;
 Collect and analysis experimental data to determine the kinetic parameters of the reactions
 Calculate the basic parameters of simple reactor;
 Compare the size of reactor and select the type of reactor device based on the design equation
 Determine the flow models in the real reactor
b. Mapping Course Learning Outcomes and Student Outcomes.
CLOs  a  b  c  d  e  f  g  h  i  j  k  l 
1  2  
2  3  
3  2  
4  3  
5  2  2  
6  2 
6. Brief list of topics to be covered
Chapter  Contents  Hours  Time distribution  Note  
Lecture  Prctice  Self learning  
1  Overview of Chemical Reaction Engineering  6  6  12  
2  Collect and analysis kinetic datas  12  12  24  
3  Design for Single Reactors  9  9  18  
4  Apply design equation  6  6  12  
5  The age distribution of fluid and nonideal flow reactors  9  9  18  
6  Overview of heterogeneous reactions  3  3  6  
TOTAL  45  45  0  90 
7. Assessment and Evaluation
b. Mapping Course Learning Outcomes, Assessment methods and Student Outcomes
CLOs  Assessment method  Teaching and learning approach  
Assessment  Weight %  
1. Describe the processes, parameters and conditions of the reaction;  Homework 1  60  Lecture, guide 
Short question  40  
2. Determine the kinetic data, rate law and influencing factors;  Homework 1  50  Lecture, calculate, problem solving 
MidTerm Ex  30  
Final Ex  20  
3. Collect and analysis experimental data to determine the kinetic parameters of the reactions  Homework 2  30  Lecture, calculate, problem solving 
MidTerm Ex  40  
Final Ex  30  
4. Calculate the basic parameters of simple reactor;  Regular Ex  50  Calculate, discuss 
Final Ex  50  
5. Compare the size of reactor and select the type of reactor device based on the design equation  Regular Ex  50  Lecture, discuss, make questions 
Final Ex  50  
6. Determine the flow models in the real reactor  Homework 3  70  Lecture, discuss, make questions 
Short question  30 
b. Course Assessment and Evaluation
Asessment method  Weight, %  
Theoretical

Regular asessments  20 
Regular examination  5  
Homework 1  5  
Homework 2  5  
Homework 3  5  
MidTerm examination  30  
Final examination  50 
Course compiler:
– Th.S. Nguyễn Hữu Trung
– Th.S. Cao Thanh Nhàn
– Th.S. Trần Ngọc Thắng
– Th.S. Võ Thanh Hưởng
Inspector:
ThS. Trần Hoài Đức, 20/04/2016