750103 Process engineering practical course

Practical course
Semester hours
Lecturer (assistant)
Jäger, Henry , Wendland, Martin , Kotik, Jan , Novalin, Senad , Wollinger, Kristoffer Kurt , Pfeifer, Christoph , Halmer, Franz , Ruzicka, Elmar , Porstner, Rainer , Schropp, Roland , Wolf, Magdalena , Landstetter, Christian , Brandic, Marko , Ludwig, Bernhard , Grausam, Anita , Wimmer, Alexander
Department of Food Science and Technology (DLWT)
Offered in
Sommersemester 2018
Languages of instruction


Possible topics are:
Fluid Flow;
Centrifugal Separation;
Membrane technology;
Ion exchange;
Evaporation - Crystallisation;
Process Chromatography;

The practical exercise will be suggested by the supervisor.


Previous knowledge expected

Lectures process engineering I and II, lecture chemical engineering I (recommended but not compulsory)

Objective (expected results of study and acquired competences)

After successful completion of the course the students know specific unit-operations from practical point of view and are able to better understand theoretical correlations. Due to experience gained in working with equipment at pilot scale, the students are able to design simple processes and to link real technical and economical aspects into the concepts.
You can find more details like the schedule or information about exams on the course-page in BOKUonline.