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DEPARTMENT OF PROCESSES, APPARATUS AND GENERAL CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY

The following disciplines are taught at the Department “Processes, apparatuses and general chemical technology”:

  • processes and apparatuses of chemical production
  • Processes and Apparatus of Food Production
  • processes and apparatuses of biotechnological manufactures
  • processes and apparatuses of chemical and pharmaceutical manufactures
  • processes and devices of nature protection technologies
  • production processes and equipment of automation objects
  • processes and apparatus
  • general chemical technology
  • General Chemical and Pharmaceutical Technology
  • technology and technology industry

Laboratory settings

Educational and methodical literature on the courses: PAHV, PABV, PAHFV, PAPT, VPtaOAA, PTAA:

  • Tutorials:

    Tertishnyi O.A., Oparin S.O., Ryabik P.V. Mechanical processes in chemical technology.

Methodical instructions
  • Methodical instructions for laboratory work

  • 1658 LW No. 6 – Ventilation unit test
  • 1660 LW No. 1-4 – in the section “Hydraulics”
  • 2005 LW No. 13 – Study of the work of compression refrigeration
  • 2096 LW No. 10 – Investigation of the process of separation of liquid homogeneous mixtures in a distillation column
  • 2205 LW No. 8 – Study of the process of cooling the hot liquid in the apparatus of continuous action
  • 2486 LW No. 12 – Study of the operation of the adsorption unit of periodic action
  • 2508 LW No. 11 – Investigation of the process of separation of the gas mixture in the bubbling-type absorption column
  • LW No. 7 – Study of non-stationary heat transfer process in the apparatus of periodic action
  • LW No. 9 – Air drying of materials
  • Methodical instructions for the course project

  • 1280 CP Adsorption
  • 1287 CP Calculation of Nozzle Rectification Column
  • 1430 CP Calculation of the plate of continuous rectification unit
  • 1569 CP Calculation of a three-hull evaporative installation
  • 1627 CP Calculation of shell-tube heat exchanger-heater
  • 1760 CP Calculation of a single-housing evaporation unit
  • 1874 CP Calculation of a rectification plant for periodic operation
  • 1935 CP Calculation of absorption plant for ammonia production
  • 2002 CP Rectification Continuous Installation Calculation of Shell Pipe Capacitor
  • 2033 CP Calculation of ammonia heat exchanger in a cycle with single throttling and pre-cooling
  • 2101 Methodical instructions to the course project fulfilment
  • 2154 CP Calculation and design of boiler heat exchanger – auxiliary equipment
  • 2212 Tasks for the implementation of the course project
  • 2240 Tasks for the implementation of CP under the sections “Thermal processes”, “Evaporation”, “Drying”
  • 2241 Tasks to complete the course project in sections “Distillation”, “Absorption”, “Adsorption”
  • 2407 CP Calculation of a continuous rectification plant. Design the nozzle unit
  • 2478 CP Calculation of absorption units for systems complying with Henry’s law
  • 2748 CP Calculation of adsorption installation of periodic action. Design an adsorbent with a fixed layer of adsorbent
  • 2993 CP Calculation of a two-pipe evaporator heat exchanger
  • 2994 CP Calculate the absorption-refrigeration unit. Design a condenser refrigerator
  • 3001 KP Calculation of multi-hull evaporator
  • Lecture notes

  • 1625 Artificial cooling
  • 1981 Crystallization
  • 1992 Deep Cooling
  • 2144 Membrane processes
  • 2155 Extraction
  • 2353 Drying
  • 2585 ​​ Hydraulics. Hydromechanics
  • 2729 Mechanical processes
  • 2768 Thermal processes
  • 2992 Liquid distillation and rectification

 

  • Methodical instructions for solving problems

  • 2586 MI to solving problems (Hydraulics)
  • 2961 MBI to solving problems ( (Drying)

 

  • Tasks to control works

  • 1907 CW No. 1 distance (Mechanical specialties)
  • 1926 CW No. 1 distance (Technological specialties)
  • 1984 CW No. 2 distance (WUA, KIT, MS)
  • 1988 CW No. 1 distance (WUA, KIT, MS)
  • 2061 CW No. 3 distance (for all specialties)

Educational and methodical literature on the courses: ZHT, ZHFT, TTATG

  • Tutorials:

    V.D. Barskyi, LA Snezhko, A.A. Chernyshev. Calculations of processes and reactors in the course of general chemical technology.

Methodical instructions
  • Methodical instructions for laboratory work
  • 3315, 92 Laboratory work No. 1 – Thermal cracking of oil products
  • 320 Laboratory work No. 2 – Production of phenol-formaldehyde resin
  • 236 Laboratory work № 3 Production of hydrochloric acid by sulfate method
  • 3370, 1064 Laboratory work № 4 – Production of ammonium sulfate
  • 2728, 1063 Laboratory work № 5 – Production of sulfuric acid by contact method
  • 1089 Laboratory work No. 6 – Carbon monoxide conversion
  • 228 Laboratory work № 7- Production of styrene by catalytic dehydration of ethylbenzene
  • 2584 Laboratory work No. 9 – Electrolytic production of copper powder
  • Methodical instructions for independent work
  • 2581 Independent work – Raw materials, water and energy in the chemical industry
  •  4224 Independent work – On the laws of conservation and their universal nature (Rus.)
  •  4225 Independent work – On conservation laws and their comprehensive nature (Ukr.)
  •  4538 Independent work – Mat. description of the structure and behavior of complex HTS. Part 1 (Rus.)
  •  4543 Independent work – Mat. description of the structure and behavior of complex HTS. Part 2 (Rus.)
  •  4560 Independent work – Mathematical description of the structure and behavior of complex HTS Part 1 (Ukrainian)
  • 4561 Independent work – Mathematical description of the structure and behavior of complex HTS Part 2 (Ukrainian)

 

  • Working notes for laboratory work

  • Work note to Laboratory work No. 1 – Thermal Cracking of Petroleum Products
  • Work note to Laboratory work No. 2 – Production of phenol-formaldehyde resin
  • Work note to Laboratory work No. 3 – Hydrochloric Acid Production by Sulfate Method
  • Work note to Laboratory work No. 4 – Production of ammonium sulfate
  • Work note to Laboratory work No. 5 – Production of Sulfuric Acid by Contact Method
  • Work Note to Laboratory No. 6 – Carbon Monoxide Conversion
  • Work note to Laboratory work No. 7 – Production of styrene by catalytic dehydration of ethylbenzene
  • Work Note to Laboratory Work No. 9 – Electrolytic Production of Copper Powder