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This course is about the fundamentals of numerical methods and the applications of numerical methods in engineering.

This course introduces the principles of polymer chemistry focusing on the structure and properties of polymers, polymer synthesis, and characterization methods. It can be regarded as a complementary class to its predecessor, CHE212 Introduction to Polymer Science. Tentative topics include step-growth, chain, coordination and living polymerizations, polymerization kinetics, copolymerization, structure-morphology and structure-property relationships in polymers, spectroscopic methods and thermal analysis of polymers

This course is designed to apply the numerical methods to chemical engineering problems and using of computer programming abilities in coding of numerical methods

CHE-219 is an introductory course to teach the fundamental principles of chemistry for understanding the source, fate, and reactivity of compounds in natural and polluted environments. Emphasis will be placed on the environmental implications of chemistry of the atmosphere, hydrosphere,  biosphere and lithosphere.

 

Global environmental issues will be discussed such as climate change, stratospheric ozone depletion, pollution and treatment of water sources, and the utilization of pesticides.


The course will cover materials, devices and systems related to solar electric generation including how solar cells convert light into electricity, fundamental device physics, device designs, manufacturing and testing of solar cells. Technologies that are currently on the market, and how to evaluate the risk and potential of existing and emerging solar cell technologies including the potential & drawbacks of first, second and third generation devices (Amorphous, single- and multicrystalline silicon, CdTe, CIGS, CPV, organic solar cells etc.) will also be covered. A design project for a c-Si based solar cell will be given.


Process design and adaptation of engineering systems to contemporary chemical systems. Cost analysis and project assessment. Unit design and operation. Equipment used in Chemical Industry. Momentum, mass and heat transfer application in Chemical Engineering. Optimization of constant and variable cost analysis. And control mechanisms.

This course addresses conventional and novel applications in the field of wastewater treatment. Firstly constituents found in wastewater and their corresponding parameters will be introduced to acquaint students with terminology. Then physical, chemical and biological operations and processes will be covered. Students will be able to assemble a wastewater treatment plant in terms of needed unit operations and processes for a given case.

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