Catalog description: Introduction to control systems. Modeling of dynamic behavior of
chemical processes. Transfer functions. Dynamic behavior of first and second order systems.
Analysis and design of control systems: types of controllers, closed loop response, stability,
design of feedback controllers. Analysis of frequency response of linear systems. Design
using frequency response techniques.
|1989 - |
Course Catalog (2015)
Raw materials. Types of polymers. Role of polymer and plastics industries. Polymer reaction
engineering. Polymer properties. Analysis of polymer processing in terms of elementary steps and
shaping methods. Transport phenomena. Polymer melts rheology. Extrusion. Injection molding. Blow
molding. Film Blowing. Calendaring.
3 Credit hours.All engineering structures and devices utilize materials which have been selected
based on theirproperties. These properties along with design considerations enable a desired
performance level.Therefore, engineers of every type are well served in their careers by an
understanding of thescientific foundations of materials that govern these properties.
Accordingly: This course is designedto provide an introduction to engineering materials with an
emphasis on how atomic and molecularbonding, structure, composition and processing
influence material properties.
Course Information: Prerequisite: (0905442) Heat and Mass Transfer Operations
Studying the basic principles, raw materials and process description for a number of industries such as,
industrial gases, inorganic acids, sodium, potassium and phosphates industries. Cement; Ceramic;
Glass; Oil and Fat; Soap and Detergents; Surface coating industries; Specifications and Standards.
Case Study; Principles of Engineering economics; Estimation of capital & manufacturing costs;
Profitability analysis; Process conception & definitions; process flowsheet preparations
(Symbols, Piping & Instrumentation Diagrams); Material of construction & Corrosion; Selection
of equipment: Alternatives, capacity and cost considerations; Utilities; Plant location & layout;
Safety considerations; Introduction to process optimization.
Catalog Description: This course introduces the student to the study of workplace occupational health and safety. They will learn the engineering approach to safety, including; what is safety, how safety is achieved, and what are the components of a complete safety plan. Analyses of common hazards and discussion of safety at the workplace, including machine guarding, fire protection, working safe with chemicals, electricity, walk surfaces, and falling from heights. Failure/accident prevention as well as emergency preparedness is covered. Also, include an overview of safety regulations in Jordan. The course is designed to assist the student with the implementation of safe healthy practices at work and at home.
|2018 - 2019|