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Introduction chapter : must include

a. product to be manufactured,
b. its chemical formula,
c. role of the product in industry,
d. significance in trade
e. selection of manufacturing route with justification
f. choice of production level and location
g. reasons for entering market
h. overview of environmental issues including safety and toxicity of product

Detailed Process Flow diagram (PFD) and material balances in form of


stream summary table:
PFD should show temperature and pressure of each stream and also include the
nomenclature to all equipment on PFD and stream numbers. The stream summary table
should show total flow rate in each stream along with the species flow rate. Do not present
calculations here. All calculations must appear in
appendix. Also temperature, pressure, enthalpy, density and other properties that
may be needed in the calculations should be included in the stream summary table

Process description: Explanation of PFD, you can show hierarchical structure of your
PFD introduced in Chemical Technology course. Provide the role of each equipment in
your PFD as well as justification why it was selected over other
alternatives.

Energy balances and utility requirements: energy utilities, separation utilities


(solvent and catalyst, etc), power requirements (such as turbine)
References for EDP

Special References:

(Following handbook/ encyclopdia are available in reference section of the Central


Library)

1. Kirk Othmer Encyclopedia of Chemical Technology (R), New York, Interscience

Pub

2. Encyclopedia of chemical processing and design / edited by John J. Mcketta

New York : Marcel Dekker, 1976

3. Ullmann's encyclopedia of industrial chemistry , 5th rev., Weinheim : VCH


Pub.,

1992

4. Encyclopedia of Bioprocess Technology (R), Michael Flickinger and Stephen

Drew (eds).
5. Chemical Properties Handbook (R), Carl Yaws.

Guidelines EDP Report Content / References Page 2 of 2

6. American Institute of Chemical Engineers, Thermophysical properties for

industrial process design / edited by Theodore, B. Selover and Chau-Chyun

Chen, New York: AICHE, 1994.

7. Handbook of Chemical Engineering Calculations (R), Nicholas Chopey.

Comment:

• Kirk-Othmer, Ullman's Encyclopedia etc. provide introduction to Process

technology for chemical substances

• Mcketta's Encyclopedia (vols 1-60) provides detailed methodology for

all types of process units. Vols1-5 contain examples of full-fledged process plant
design for select chemical substances

• Also one may refer to UNIDO reports for feasibility analysis of chemical
processes
General References

(Amongst others all the following texts are available in the book section of the
Central
Library)
1. Smith, Robin, Chemical process design, New York : McGraw-Hill, 1995
2. Dryden C.L., Outlines of Chemical Technology
3. Brownell, Lloyd E./Young, Edwin H, Process equipment design vessel design,
New York : John Wiley,1959
4. Backhurst, J. R./Harker J. H., Process plant design, London:Heinemann
Educational Books,1973
5. Null, Harold R, Phase equilibrium in process design, New York:Wiley-

Interscience,1970
6. Rase, Howard F., Chemical reactor design for process plants, New York : John
Wiley,1977
7. Ludwig, Ernest E., Applied process design for chemical and petrochemical
plants ,2nd ed, Houston : Gulf Pub.,1979
8. Chemical Process Technology, Jacob Moulign et. al.

9. Applied Process Design, Ernest Ludwig.

Journals

1. Hydrocarbon Processing

2. Oil and Gas Journal

3. Chemical Engineering

Note: Referring to websites of major technology companies (UOP, Mobil, Dow,

Dupont, BASF, etc may also be helpful in obtaining design related information)