Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics


Lecture 1 - Thermodynamics and the Chemical Industry


Lecture 2 - James Prescot Joule and the first law


Lecture 3 - Sadi Carnot and the second law


Lecture 4 - Equilibrium and Extrema in work


Lecture 5 - Illustrative Calculations - I


Lecture 6 - Properties of pure substances


Lecture 7 - The p-h chart


Lecture 8 - Work calculation


Lecture 9 - Illustrative Calculations - II


Lecture 10 - Heat-Work Interconversion Devices


Lecture 11 - Refrigeration / Thermodynamics of mixtures


Lecture 12 - The Gibbs Duhem equation


Lecture 13 - Models for Excess Gibbs Free Energy


Lecture 14 - Van Laar model


Lecture 15 - Gaseous and liquid mixtures


Lecture 16 - Separation Work / Equations of state


Lecture 17 - Chemical potentials in gas and condensed phases


Lecture 18 - Vapour Liquid Equilibria - I


Lecture 19 - Vapour Liquid Equilibria - II


Lecture 20 - Solvent-Solvent mixtures


Lecture 21 - Solvent-Solute mixtures


Lecture 22 - Liquid-liquid equilibria


Lecture 23 - An industrial example


Lecture 24 - Liquid-liquid equilibria / Reaction Equilibria


Lecture 25 - Reaction Equilibria


Lecture 26 - Illustrative Examples - I


Lecture 27 - Illustrative Examples - II


Lecture 28 - Illustrative Examples - III


Lecture 29 - Simultaneous Relations


Lecture 30 - Thermodynamic Consistency / Reverse Osmosis


Lecture 31 - Miscellaneous topics in phase equilibria


Lecture 32 - Absorption Refrigeration


Lecture 33 - Summary of Classical Thermodynamics


Lecture 34 - Molecular basis of Thermodynamics - I


Lecture 35 - Molecular basis of Thermodynamics - II