MUTAH University
Course NameAcademic YearDescription
Course NameAcademic YearDescription
Industrial Physical ChemistrySecond YearThe main theme of this course is to introduce the main physical chemistry concepts that will lay the foundation for the chemical engineering students to understand thermodynamics in later courses. Emphasis is given on the properties of gases, the first and second laws of thermodynamics, physical transformations of pure substances, simple mixtures, phase diagrams, and chemical equilibrium. Further, the course gives rigorous discussion and learning opportunities on some chemical engineering applications.
Applied Mathematics for Chemical EngineeringThird YearThis course will serve as a bridge between mathematics courses and their application to Chemical Engineering problems. The course imparts the fundamental knowledge about ordinary differential equations and their solutions using different methods such as: Laplace transforms, power series, matrices, Fourier analysis and partial differential equations and their solution will be included.
Chemical Engineering Principle ISecond YearThis course is designed to give Chemical Engineering sophomores a comprehensive background about Chemical Engineering and the role of Chemical Engineer. Units, dimensions and system of units. Basic Engineering Calculations. Techniques for expressing the values of system variables, setting up and solving equations that relate system variables (back-substitution, order-of-magnitude estimation and test of reasonableness). Statistical calculations. (sample mean, range, sample variance and sample standard deviation). Process data presentation and estimation of an equation parameters. Drawing and labeling flowchart for a chemical process. Formulation of material balances on chemical process systems (nonreactive and reactive system). Chemical Engineering problem solving techniques (degree of freedom analysis). Single-phase systems. Multiphase systems.
Chemical Engineering Principles IISecond YearThis course is aimed to introduce the fundamentals of the energy balances and their role in chemical processes. Topics covered include: First law of thermodynamics, formulation of energy balances on chemical process systems (closed and open systems, nonreactive and reactive system, single-phase and multiphase system), steam tables and incorporation of material and energy balances.
Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics IThird YearThe main aim of this course is to enable the student to gain a through understanding of the fundamentals of thermodynamics and to enable the student to apply these fundamentals to thermodynamics problems
Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics IIThird YearThe main aim of this course is to provide engineering students with strong background about solution thermodynamics and its application, thermodynamic properties of mixture, phase equilibrium, ideal and non-ideal system VLE.
Engineering Chemistry First YearThe central theme of this course is to provide engineering students with basic information about physical properties of substances. This course deals with the states of matter and intermolecular attractions as well as the physical properties of mixtures. It also gives a good background about chemical kinetics and chemical equilibrium and its applications in Chemical Engineering and Electrochemistry.
Data Analysis in Chemical EngineeringThird YearThis course is provides foundation materials in probability and statistical inference. It designed to help students gain an understanding of elementary probability theory and apply it to analyze statistical problems. This course also covers the role of statistics in engineering. Topics include the nature of probability and statistics, frequency distributions and graphs, data description, probability and counting rules, discrete probability distributions, the normal distribution, confidence intervals and sample size and hypothesis testing.
Fluid MechanicsSecond YearThis course establishes the foundations of fluid mechanics, fluid statics, kinematics, laminar and turbulent flow; macroscopic balances; dimensional analysis and flow correlations.
Fluid Mechanics LabThird YearThe main objectives of this course is to demonstrate the applications of theories <br>of basic fluid mechanics and hydraulic machines and to provide a more intuitive and physical understanding of the theory. The student will gain practical experience in determining the fluid properties, flow measuring techniques, calculating losses in piping system, determining weir discharge coefficients, calculating the efficiency of different types of pumps. <br>
Engineering of Chemical Industries Fifth YearThe main objectives of this course is to give the chemical engineering students a good background about the existing chemical industries. Topic covered includes process description, manpower and utilities requirments, industrial safety, pollution control and marketing requirements. <br> <br>
Communication Skills Second YearThe focal theme of this course is to acquaint engineering students about communication skills that the student needs during his study and his work. It cover different aspects and this includes: technical writing, presentation skills, writing CV, reading and listening skills, referencing, meeting management, skills of job application, interview behavior…,etc.
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