Eng-Chemistry-Third Year

  1. Engineering Analysis (Third Year - First Semester)
  • First Order Differential Equations 227: Interview
  • Second and Higher Order Linear Differential Equations.
  • Higher Order Differential Equations.
  • The Laplace Transform.
  • Special Function: Gamma and Beta Functions.
  • Partial Differential Equations.
  • Finite Difference.
  • Finite Element.
  1. Mass Transfer I (Third Year - First Semester)
  • Diffusion
  • Mass Transfer Theories
  • Mass Transfer Coefficionts
  • Absorption of Gases
  • Extraction (Liquid-Liquid)
  • Leaching (solid – Liquid)
  1. Heat Transfer I (Third Year - First Semester)
  • Introduction to Heat Transfer Methods: Conduction, Convection & Radiation,and Heat Conductance.
  • One – dimentional Steady – State conduction
  • Radial Systems (Cylender & Sphere).
  • Overall Heat Transfer coefficient.
  • Critical Thickness of Insulator.
  • Heat Generation (Heat Source).
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  1. Chemical Industries I (Third Year - First Semester)
  • Soap and Detergents
  • Phosphoric acid
  • Fertilizers
  • Paper and Cellulose
  • Sugar industries
  • Pharmaceutical ind.
  • Fat and Vegetable oil
  • Fermentation industries
  • Glass industries
  • Cement
  1. Reactor Design I (Third Year - First Semester)
  • Thermodynamic of Chemical Reactions.
  • Kinetics of Homogeneous Reactions.
  • Concentration-Dependent Term of a Rate Equation.
  • Temperature-Dependent Term of a Rate Equation.
  • Interpretation of Batch Reactor Data.
  • Constant-Volume Batch Reactor.
  • Varying-Volume Batch Reactor.
  • Introduction to Reactor Design.
  • Ideal Reactors for a Single Reaction
  1. Chemical Eng. Thermodynamic I (Third Year - First Semester)
  • Basic Definitions.
  • Law of Thermodynamics for Open and Closed Systems.
  • Reversible and Irreversible Processes.
  • Ideal Gas behavior.
  • Applications of 1st 5 Law on the Close and Open Systems.
  • Heat Capacity.
  • Properties of Pure Substances.
  • Relations of Temperature
  • Pressure and Volume with Critical Point.
  • Throttling Process.
  • Non- ideal Gas behavior.
  1. Industrial Management I (Third Year - First Semester)
  • Solution of non-linear Equations
  • Simple Iteration Method & Bisection Method
  • Newton- Raphson Method
  • Matrices
  • Direct Method
  • Indirect Method
  • Curve Fitting
  • Numerical Interpolation
  • Finite Differences Method & Forward, Backward, and Center Expressions
  • Newton & Lagrange Forms
  • Numerical Differentiation
  • Numerical Integration
  • Solution of Ordinary Differential Equation O.D.E
  • Finite Differences Method for Solution of Differential Equations
  • Class Review
  1. Mass Transfer II (Third Year - Second Semester)
  • Distillation: Continuous, Batch, and Multi-component Distillation
  • Humidification & Cooling and Drying Towers
  • Steps of Drying
  • Evaporation: Types of Evaporation & Single and Multiple Effects
  1. Heat Transfer II (Third Year - Second Semester)
  • Unsteady – state Conduction
  • Thermal Boundary Layer for Laminar & Turbulent Flow.
  • Analogy Between Fluid Friction & Heat Transfer.
  • Heat Exchanger.
  • Heat Transfer by Radiation.
  1. Chemical Industries II (Third Year - Second Semester)
  • Magnesium Compounds
  • Nitric Acid
  • Urea
  • Nitrogen
  • Sulfur and its Compounds
  • Ammonia
  • Carbon Dioxide
  • Industrial Carbon
  • Selected Topics in the Process Industries.
  1. Reactor Design II (Third Year - Second Semester)
  • Ideal Batch Reactors.
  • Steady-State Mixed Flow Reactors.
  • Steady-State Plug Flow Reactors.
  • Design for Single Reactions.
  • Size Comparison of Single Reactors.
  • Multiple-Reactor Systems.
  • Recycle Reactor.
  • Autocatalytic Reactions.
  • Fixed Bed Reactor
  1. Chemical Eng. Thermodynamics II (Third Year - Second Semester)
  • Heat Effects.
  • 2nd Law of Thermodynamics.
  • Heat Engine.
  • Carnot Cycle.
  • 2nd Law Applications.
  • Entropy Calculations.
  • Steam Power Plants.
  • Refrigeration System and Heat Pump.
  1. Industrial Management II (Third Year - Second Semester)
  • Linear Programming Problem: I- Formulation.
  • Linear Programming Problem: II- Graphical Method.
  • Linear Programming Problem: III- Simplex Method.
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  • Transportation Problems.
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