السلامة والصحة المهنية. الحوادث والوقاية منها. السموم، التعامل مع المواد الخطرة. مصادر الاشتعال، الحرائق والانفجارات. السلامة في المنزل، اجهزة الوقاية الشخصية، الطفايات، اماكن العمل، النقل والتخزين. السلامة المرورية. الانقاذ والاسعافات الاولية، الكوارث وادارتها، التشريعات المحلية للسلامة العامة.
An applied course focusing on use of Internet resources and computer packages to equip the students with the essentials of using computers in chemical engineering. Internet: Use of Web search engines; Useful chemical engineering links and databases; World Wide Virtual Libraries. Computer Packages: Getting started with some available packages used in typical modern chemical engineering textbooks, e.g., EZ-Solve, Polymath, and Matlab. Students will undertake a number of assignments involving solving problems utilizing Internet acquired information as well as the numerical, symbolic and graphical capabilities of the computer packages.
Rate equations and conservation equation applied to homogeneous reaction system in batch, continuous stirred tank and tubular reactors. Conversion,yield and selectivity for isothermal reactors with multiple reactions: Choice of reactor for various reactions. Temperature and pressure effects. Design of single phase reactor configurations.
Introduction to mutiphase reaction systems. Non-catalytic fluid solid reactions and reactors. Gas/liquid and liquid/liquid reactions, concept of rate controlling step. Catalysis and kinetic-catalytic models. Mass transfer and reaction in porous solids. Catalytic heterogeneous reactors-packed and fluidized bed types. Non-ideal flow reactors. Residence time distributions. Effects of micromixing. Design techniques.
Process synthesis and analysis. Development of a conceptual design: Batch versus continuous arrangements, flow configurations, structure of flowsheet. Separation and heat exchanger networks and their optimization. Computer aided design software.
Structure and formulation of optimization problems in chemical engineering. Optimality criteria, single and multivariable methods for unconstrained optimization. Linear programming. Optimality criteria and techniques for constrained optimization. Selected applications in chemical engineering.
The course includes the application of basic concepts of chemical kinetics, thermodynamics and transport phenomena to the analysis, design and operation of homogeneous, noncatalytic and catalytic heterogeneous chemical reactors. Macro- and micro-mixing effects and modeling; stability, design and simulation of reactors
Application of numerical techniques to chemical engineering calculations with emphasis on computer methods. Topics include interpolation, integration, differentiation, solution of ordinary and partial differential equations, aspects of numerical optimization methods, and practices in simulation of simple chemical engineering units and processes.
This course includes a review of process optimization, computer aided design of continuous and non-continuous chemical processes, strategies for process flow sheeting computations, algorithms for partitioning, design variable selection and tearing, sparse matrix computations and data storage, design and scheduling of batch chemical processes, process chemical synthesis of heat integration and individual projects using available process simulators.
Mathematical formulation of typical chemical engineering problems in terms of ordinary and partial differential equations, matrices and vectors. Solution by mathematical methods employing Laplace, Fourier transformations,, special functions, approximate methods, and other techniques.
Introduction to control systems. Modelling 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.