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Tugas MK Rekayasa Produk [Chemical Product Engineering]

Tugas | Posted by asepmusa
Nov 19 2013

Tugas 1

Mata Kuliah Rekayasa Produk [Chemical Product Engineering]

 

Tema Tugas : “Chemical Product Pyramid [CPP]”

  1. Buatlah Piramida Produk Kimia [Chemical Product Pyramid] dari satu produk bebas (Food, Pharmacy, drug, etc.)
  2. CPP dibuat dalam bentuk bagan dan tabel (lihat contoh di slide kuliah)
  3. Tugas dikerjakan secara kelompok dengan anggota 3 orang
  4. Tugas dibuat dan dikirimkan dalam bentuk soft file ke asep@undip.ac.id maksimal tanggal 24 November 2013 jam 23.59 WIB. Di atas jam tersebut dianggap tidak mengumpulkan tugas.
  5. Apabila ada yang ditanyakan bisa ditanyakan ke dosen pengampu.
  6. Daftar kelompok bisa diunduh di sini
  7. Selamat mengerjakan.

 

 

 

CHEMICAL PRODUCT ENGINEERING

Materi Kuliah | Posted by asepmusa
Nov 19 2013

General Instructional Objective :

The aim of this course is to introduce the students to the structured approach of designing a chemical product. After a thorough introduction of the product concept design path (following the tradition of Cussler and Moggridge) the course utilizes several case studies of product design in order to introduce the concepts of specialty chemicals, micro- and macrostructure products and devices for chemical changes.

 

References

  1. Cussler and Moggridge. (2011). Chemical product design. 2nd edn. Cambridge University Press.
  2. Wesselingh, J. A. (2007). Design and Development of Biological, Chemical, Food and Pharmaceutical Products, John Wiley & Sons Ltd, England

 

Lecture Materials

  1. General Concept
  2. Chemical Product Pyramid_revised
  3. Commodity Products
  4. Microstructured Products
  5. Molecular Products
  6. Economic Concideration

 

 

MEMBRANE TECHNOLOGY (TKK 483)

Kuliah, Materi Kuliah | Posted by asepmusa
Nov 11 2013

General Instructional Objective :

The student should be able to explain and design processes in membrane-based separation applications for various industries.

 

References

  1. Mulder, M. (1996). Basic Principles of Membrane Technology. 2nd edn. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dodrecht.
  2. Cheryan, M. (1998). Ultrafiltration and Microfiltration Handbook. Technomic Publishing Company, Inc., Lancaster.
  3. Byrne, W. (1995). Reverse Osmosis: A Practical Guide for Industrial Users, 1st edn. Tall Oaks Publishing Inc., Littleton.
  4. Baker, R. (2004). Membrane Technology and Applications, 2nd edition, jon Willey and Sons, California
  5. Scoot, K. (1997). Handbook of Industrial membranes. 1st ed. Elsevier Advanced Technology.

 

Lecture Materials

  1. Course Description (TKK 483)
  2. Introduction
  3. Membrane Classification
  4. Membrane Preparation
  5. Membrane Characterization
  6. Membrane Modul
  7. Membrane Prosesses
  8. Mass Transfer

 

MEMBRANE SEPARATION (TKK 435)

Materi Kuliah | Posted by asepmusa
Nov 04 2013

General Instructional Objective :  Students are able to explain the principles of membrane-based separation

 

References 

  1. Mulder, M. (1996). Basic Principles of Membrane Technology. 2nd edn. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dodrecht.
  2. Cheryan, M. (1998). Ultrafiltration and Microfiltration Handbook. Technomic Publishing Company, Inc., Lancaster.
  3. Byrne, W. (1995). Reverse Osmosis: A Practical Guide for Industrial Users, 1st edn. Tall Oaks Publishing Inc., Littleton.
  4. Baker, R. (2004). Membrane Technology and Applications, 2nd edition, Jon Willey and Sons, California

 

Lecture Materials

  1. Course Description (TKK 435)
  2. Introduction
  3. Membrane Preparation
  4. Membrane Classification
  5. Membrane Characterization
  6. Membrane Module
  7. Membrane Processes
  8. Mass Transfer

 

 

 

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