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EKC 377/3Renewable and Alternative Energies Objective: On completion of the course, the students will be able to learn

about the different forms of energy: Fossil Fuel, Renewable and Alternative energy. The student will learn design and performance of renewable energy system based on Biomass, Solar thermal, Photovoltaic (PV) and Wind. The student will also learn about the alternative energy system design and performance with emphasis on Fuel Cell system, Hydrogen Technologies, Bio-fuel production from sustainable resources. The student will be able to apply cost benefit analysis on each form of alternative energy for its suitability to the large scale system. The student will be able to understand the importance of clean energy, Green power and global warming. Synopsis: This course will cover with the issues of renewable energy and alternative energy sources. The sustainable energy will include biomass utilization and conversion technologies, solar energy generation including energy collection, storage, and its applications, Photovoltaic, wind farms and collection devices. The alternative energy will include fuel cell performances, types of fuel cells, fuel cell systems, basic thermodynamics and heat/mass transfer in fuel cell systems, biofuel production from bioresources; hydrogen based technologies including storage of hydrogen. The course will analyze in terms of cost benefit, energy solutions and cost comparison. The analysis will be project based and will provide solution in terms of nature of energy, its resources, energy conservation and efficiency. The economic and environmental effects of energy use will be included. Course  Apply the knowledge of different types of energies including Outcomes: Renewable and Alternative energies, their usage and their impact on the environment.  Solve the problems related with design, operation and performance of Biomass utilization and other bioresources utilization systems in the production of alternative fuels and energies.  Apply the principles and theory of Fuel Cell technology in the design and operation of different types of fuel cells for meeting energy needs.  Demonstrate the understanding of principles and theory of different types of alternative energies. Apply the knowledge in the design and operation of the systems utilizing solar and wind energies.  Solve the problems related with design, operation and economics of the systems using different types of alternative energies. Reference:
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Sorensen, B; ‘Renewable Energy’, 3rd Edition, Academic Press, 2004. Kruger, Paul; ‘Alternative Energy Resources: The quest for Sustainable Energy’, Wiley, NY, 2006. Aldo, V., deRosa; ‘Fundamentals of Renewable Energy Processes’, Academic Press, 2005.

‘Introduction to Characterization and Testing of Catalysts.  Design different types of fluid-particle reactors. Scott Fogler. The students will also have necessary knowledge on the preparation and characterization of different types of catalyts needed for industrial processes.Pre-Requisite Course: EKC111/3-Mass Balance. John Wiley & Sons. and Pratt.  Describe catalysts preparation methods and its characterization. recycle) and waste minimization concept.C. 2005.  Solve problems in chemical reaction engineering using computer software package. Andersson. multiphase reactors and bioreactors. Academics’.J. ‘Chemical Reaction Engineering’. K. reuse. multiphase reactors and bioreactors. Course  Describe and formulate rate expressions for main steps involved in Outcomes: a solid-catalyzed reaction and to analyze the catalytic system for rate-limiting steps. Pre-Requisite Course: EKC336/3-Chemical Reaction Engineering . 3R (reduce. ‘Elements of Chemical Reaction Engineering’. 1999. Fourth Edition.  Describe the kinetics of fluid-particle reactions. New York. EKC214/3-Energy Balance EKC 337/4Reactor Design and Analysis Objective: At the end of this course. the student will be able to design conventional catalytic reactor. Prentice-Hall. 3rd Edition. Synopsis: The student will be exposed to design conventional catalytic. H. Reference:    Octave Levenspiel.  Describe and apply different types of laboratory scale reactor to determine the rate equations and model parameters.  Formulate and apply expressions for external and internal diffusion effects in analyzing catalytic and non catalytic reaction systems.R. 1985. Sufficient knowledge on the preparation and characterization of different types of catalyts needed for industrial processes will also be given  Understand sustainability.  Describe and apply different types and operations of bioreactors/fermenters.

J. NY 1997. 2009. analyze and discuss the phenomena of the related combined heat and mass transfer units. Green. Synopsis: This course would be an application of heat transfer.H. EKC 367/3Plant Safety Objective: The aim of this course is to provide knowledge of safety in the chemical and process industries. Identify. Outcomes: Identify. analyze and discuss the performance of the related heat transfer units. analyze and discuss the performance of the related mass transfer units. Synopsis: This course provides the principles knowledge related to safety in chemical and process industries.. Engineering Campus. P.  Conduct experiments related to the combined heat and mass transfer phenomena. McCabe. Student will also be able to use safety concepts in chemical engineering designs to ensure the plant is inherently safer. students will be able to understand and use safety concepts in identifying major hazards and conducting risk assessment associated with the hazards. Nibong Tebal. Chemical Engineering Laboratory II’. The aim of this course is to provide hands-on application of mass transfer and heat transfer phenomena to students. 7th Edition. W.C. derivation of mathematical model related to leakages and dispersion. At the end of this course. eds. Identify. The course also covers the experiments related to environment and petroleum product analysis. and Harriott. It covers to the introduction of safety concept. New York. mass transfer and combined heat and mass transfer through executing experiments in Unit Operation Laboratory which is related to chemical engineering principles. Students will be . environment and petroleum product analysis. from which they will have to handle and run by themselves the pilot plant processes and bench scale reactions as well as the analytical equipment under the supervision of lecturers and technicians. 2005. McGraw-Hill.. Smith.  Conduct experiments related to heat transfer phenomena. School of Chemical Engineering. Course  Conduct experiments related to Mass transfer phenomena. Perry’s Chemical Engineers Hand Book. characteristic of major hazards. Reference:    ‘Laboratory Manual. and D.EKC 394/2Chemical Engineering Laboratory II Objective: Students will be able to apply the practical concepts of heat and mass transfer. ‘Unit Operations of Chemical Engineering’. Perry. R. USM. industrial hygiene. L.  Conduct experiments related to environment and petroleum product analysis. International 7th Edition.

 Solve problems on humidification using the psychrometric chart and chemical engineering design and operation of humidifiers. D. Fundamentals with Applications’. Butterworth. Pergamon Press. the student will be able to apply the knowledge in mass transfer analysis in laminar and turbulent flow conditions to transform dimensional expression into dimensionless groups in simulating chemical engineering problems.  Use Risk Assessment Techniques to predict the possible risks from chemical and process industries. Also.  Apply the principles and theory of drying in drying processes. J. crystallization. J. filtration. P.  Identify various phases of Industrial Hygiene. explosion and toxic release). Oxford. they will be able to carry out calculations on humidification.  Describe the basic concepts of process safety. ‘Chemical Process Safety. Synopsis: To introduce the theory of humidification and separation processes to the students. This includes mass transfer and the design criteria of processes such as drying.M and Richardson. ‘Loss and Prevention in the process industries’. And finally the use of safety concept in designing chemical plant to produce Inherently Safer Plant.L. and to select the industrial dryers for applications in drying.  Use hazard identification techniques to identify possible hazards in chemical and process industries. cooling towers. To transform dimensional expression into dimensionless groups in simulating chemical engineering problems. Course  Apply the knowledge in mass transfer analyses in laminar and turbulent flow Outcomes: conditions. EKC 313/4 Separation Processes Objective: At the end of this course.    Reference: Crowl. 2000.  Solve problems in membrane processes and design/operation of membrane unit.  Characterize major hazards (fire. membrane processes and supercritical fluid extraction. ‘Chemical Engineering’. Coulson.  Apply the knowledge in the design and operation of crystallizers. drying. Prentice Hall. adsorption. Volume 1&2. New Jersey. J. London.F. 1983. crystallization. . 1980. To make use of the conceptual correlations related to heat transfer and mass transfer problems. and to make use of the conceptual correlations related to heat transfer and mass transfer in problems related to separation processes.Apply the basic theories of adsorption and design/operation of adsorbers. Frank.Course Outcomes: also taught hazard identification and risk assessment techniques.  Apply safety concepts to design of chemical equipments. humidification. Volume 6.  Demonstrate the understanding of principles and theory of crystallization. adsorption and filtration using graphical and theoritical approaches. membrane separations.A and Louvar.F.  Derive mathematical equations related to any leakage and dispersion of chemicals from containers and pipes.

New Jersey. (Offered by School of Civil Engineering) .S. (1999). J..E. John Wiley & Son. USA.. R. Seader & E. marketing management and engineering economics. marketing management and engineering economics.J. McGraw Hill. Course  Introduced the fundamental theoretical principal related to human Outcomes: resource management. This course is also meant to develop student’s ability to provide analysis and commentary to make decisions of work tasks in engineering activities. Introduce the principles and theory of super critical fluid extraction. ‘Essentials Of Marketing’..Smith. R.. Mc Graw Hill.L. ‘Separation Process Principles’ 2nd Ed. ‘Marketing For Engineers’. Treybal. Pre-Requisite Course: EKC 111/3–Mass Balance. Mc Cabe W. J.Harriott.  Apply the principles and theory of filtration. ‘Mass Transfer Operations’. EKC 217/3–Mass Transfer Reference:    EUP 301/3Engineering Management Objective: To extend students’ knowledge and understanding of the direction and operation of organization in areas of human resources management. P. Mondy.  Able to appreciate the importance of the basic of fundamentals of theoretical principles implementing actual engineering management. Reference:     Bayliss. Blythe. & Noe. R.. Financial-Times. (2003). (2001). USA 2005. Fajar Bakti. Prentice-Hall.  Able to analysis current economic environment to make effective decision making. Prentice Hall. J.W. Prentice Hall. 2000.D. ‘Unit Operations in Chemical Engineering’. Maimunah Aminuddin (2000). J.M. marketing management and engineering economics. Essex. ‘Human Resource Management’. 7th ed. ’Pengurusan Sumber Manusia’.C. Sahah Alam. Henley John. 2006. Synopsis: This course introduces the students of the basics of fundamentals of theoretical principles of human resource management.