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Their general use is described in the remainder of this chapter. Other special techniques important in chemical engineering are considered at the proper places in the text. Strong efforts are underway for its universal adoption as the exclusive system for all engineering and science, but older systems, particularly the centimeter-gram-second cgs and foot-pound-second fps engineering gravitational systems, are still in use and probably will be around for some time.

The chemical engineer finds many physiochemical data given in cgs units; that many calculations are most conveniently made in fps units; and that SI units are increasingly encountered in science and engineering.

Thus it becomes necessary to be expert in the use of all three systems. In the following treatment, the SI system is discussed first, and the other systems are then derived from it. The procedure reverses the historical order, as the SI units evolved from the cgs system.

Because of the growing importance of the SI system, it should logically be given a preference.

If, in time, the other systems are phased out, they can be ignored and the SI system then used exclusively. Physical Quautities Any physical quantity consists of two parts: a unit, which tells what the quantity is and gives the standard by which it is measured, and a number, which tells how many units are needed to make up the quantity.

For example, the statement that the distance between two points is 3 m means all this: a definite length has been measured; to measure it, a standard length, called the meter, has been chosen as a unit; and three i-m units, laid end to end, are needed to cover the distance.

If an integral number of units is either too few or too many to cover a given distance, submultiples, which are fractions of the unit, are defined by dividing the unit into fractions, so that a measurement can be made to any degree of precision in terms of the fractional units. No physical quantity is defined until both the number and the unit are given.

SI Units The SI system covers the entire field of science and engineering, including electromagnetics and illumination. For the purposes of this book, a subset of the SI units covering chemistry, gravity, mechanics, and thermodynamics is sufficient.

The units are derivable from 1 four proportionalities of chemistry and physics; 2 arbitrary standards for mass, length, time, temperature, and the mole; and 3 arbitrary choices for the numerical values of two proportionality constants.

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It affirms the proportionality between the work performed by a closed system during a cycle and the heat absorbed by that system during the same cycle. Each equation states that if means are available for measuring the values of all variables in that equation and if the numerical value of k is calculated, then the value of k is constant and depends only on the units used for measuring the variables in the equation. By international agreement, standards are fixed arbitrarily for the quantities mass, length, time, temperature, and the mole.

These are five of the base units of the SI system. Currently, the standards are as follows. The standard of mass is the kilogram kg , defined as the mass of the international kilogram, a platinum cylinder preserved at Sevres, France.

The standard of temperature is the kelvin K , defined by assigning the value The definition of the mole is equivalent to the statement that the mass of one mole of a pure substance in grams is numerically equal to its molecular weight calculated from the standard table of atomic weights, in which the atomic weight of carbon is given as From the basic standards, values of m, m" and m, in Eqs.

Constants k, and k2 are not independent but are related by eliminating F from Eqs. Then the other constant must be found by experiments in which inertial forces calculated by Eq. In the SI system, k, is fixed at unity and k2 found experimentally. From Eq.

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The unit operations are as applicable to many physical processes as to chemical ones. Learn more. Each equation states that if means are available for measuring the values of all variables in that equation and if the numerical value of k is calculated, then the value of k is constant and depends only on the units used for measuring the variables in the equation.

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