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Interphase mass transfer, equilibrium stage concept. Vapor-liquid processes. Distillation: equilibrium data, batch, flash, binary, steady state, multicomponent, steam, azeotropic and extractive distillation. Gas absorption: equilibrium data, multistage continuous contacting, non isothermal, multicomponent, design of packed column. Solvent extraction: phase equilibria, stage-wise calculations, transfer units, tower design, mixer-settler, design of stirred vessel systems. Leaching: equilibrium relations, stage wise calculations.
Humidification  equilibrium data, adiabatic and non-adiabatic operations, evaporative cooling, drought towers. Drying: definitions, batch, mechanism of drying, drying at low temperature, continuous drying, material and enthalpy balances, design of driers. Crystallization: theory, batch and continuous, equilibrium enthalpy balances, design of different types of crystallizers. Evaporation: single and multiple effects, and flow arrangements. Adsorption and ion-exchange: stagewise adsorption, continuous adsorption, design using LUB concept and regeneration.
Introduction to stochastic and deterministic modeling of simple chemical engineering processes. Essential probability and statistical methods: probability laws, random variables and distributions. Descriptive statistics, estimation and tests of hypotheses, regression and correlation analysis.
This course includes an introduction to transport phenomena, molecular transport mechanisms, shell balances with applications on one dimensional transport, general balance relations (equations of change) for momentum, heat and mass transfer, general methods of solving P.D.E. with applications on transport processes, integral method of analysis (boundary layer theory) for momentum, heat and mass transfer convective transport, turbulent transport.
MSc Level
Introduces students to the principles of public safety. Student's ability to identify and reduce risks and casualties. Ocean providing proper places of work and life. Recognize the toxicity of the materials and how to handle it. Identify the causes of fires, as well as the kinds of explosions.
This course provides general idea about major chemical industries with focus on the locally available ones. It integrates the application of chemical engineering principles, unit operations and process in real industries. It covers the operation of water conditioning , introduces examples of new sources of energy, covers operation of selected industries from raw material to final product (ceramics, paints, cements, detergents). Moreover, it encourages innovation, lifelong learning and enhance communication skills by allowing students to prepare and present a chemical product of commercial interest.
This course is a university elective designed for non-chemical engineering students. It gives a general idea about nature and importance of chemical industries and provides examples of its products that are used every time every where. It covers major industries available in Jordan with focus on raw materials, processing techniques and main outcomes. Industries include: Phosphate, Dead sea products, Plastics, Petroleum refining, water treatment, and Pharmaceuticals.
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