Department of Chemical Engineering

BACHELOR (LICENSE) IN CHEMICAL ENGINEERING (B. ING.)

 

Goal

This Bachelor allow you to familiarize yourself with the equipment and with the techniques and processes used in the chemical industry and para. You will acquire basic knowledge in basic science and know phenomena related to critical operations of the field. In addition, you will integrate the physical and chemical aspects of industrial activities related to chemical engineering in environmental friendliness.

Fitness

Love design, test, evaluate and improve the functioning of processes and equipment. Loving oversee and coordinate projects. Have a sense of organization and priorities. Good knowledge of IT. Being able to communicate and have a good listening.

Opportunity

Future chemical engineering graduates can be confident about the future of their profession. Indeed, hiring chemical engineers is expected to increase significantly in the coming years, particularly due to the growth of industries that use chemical processes and the increasing focus on environmental issues.

Professions

Chemical Engineer

Process Engineer

Production Engineer

Petroleum Engineer

Quality Assurance Engineer

Biotechnology Engineering

Environmental Engineer

Employers

Consulting engineering offices

Public function

Food industry

Pulp and paper

Mineral industry and primary metal

Pharmaceutical industry

Chemical industries and para

Research organizations and development

CONTINUATION OF STUDIES FOR GRADUATE

This bachelor leads to graduate studies in chemical engineering, particularly in the following disciplines: catalysis and engineering of the chemical reaction, biochemical engineering, engineering rheologically complex systems modeling, process control and computer-aided design and engineering environmental.

All requirements must be met when undertaking the program.

The applicant must meet the following conditions:

Be 18 years or older.

Hold a high school diploma (Bac II) or its equivalent.

Having left school early.

Applicants presenting a combination of education and relevant experience deemed equivalent to that required of the holder applicant may be eligible as a result of the analysis of the file. The program is limited enrollment, the number of places is very limited.

Selection criteria

The application is analyzed on the basis of the quality of academic record.

Laptop

In undertaking its program, the student must acquire, from the first session, a portable computer equipped with a number of software, allowing the applicant to undertake the course of his research. Proficiency in basic computer functions and common software is essential. Introductory courses to specialized software are offered outside the program.

Knowledge of French

The student admitted to the Chemical Engineering Department must comply with the provisions relating to the application of the Policy on the use of French at the University GOC

Non-francophone candidate

The candidate whose language of instruction in primary and secondary education is not the French must demonstrate a minimum level of knowledge of the French language. His skills in written French will be assessed on arrival and, where applicable, a patch French courses could be added to its journey.

PROGRAM STRUCTURE

GRADE

Bachelor (Licence) in Chemical Genie (B. SC.)

This page presents the official version of the program.

The University G.O.C. reserves the right to change the content without notice.

EHE – studies off-campus

EHE1GCH      Studies – International profile – Bachelor of Chemical Engineering

EHE6GCH      Studies – International profile – Chemical Engineering Master

GCH – Chemical Engineering

GCH1001       Thermodynamics of Chemical Engineering I

GCH1003       Thermodynamics of Chemical Engineering II

GCH2200       Special Topics in Chemical Engineering

GCH2510       internship Seminar in Chemical Engineering I

GCH2511       internship Seminar in Chemical Engineering II

GCH2590       chemical engineering Stage I

GCH2591       Course in Chemical Engineering II

GCH2700       Special Topics in Chemical Engineering

GCH2701       Special Topics in Chemical Engineering

GCH3002       CAD in Chemical Engineering

GCH3510       internship Seminar in Chemical Engineering III

GCH3511       internship Sémnaire in Chemical Engineering IV

GCH3590       Course in Chemical Engineering III

GCH3591       Course in Chemical Engineering IV

GCH7002       Numerical Methods in Chemical Engineering

GCH7004       Mathematical Methods in Chemical Engineering

GCH7010       Special Topics (Chemical Engineering)

TRACKING PROGRAM (120 credits)

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 105 CREDITS

GCH-1000: Introduction to Process Engineering (3 credits)

Description

Rigorous methods of calculations for chemical and physicochemical processes. Equation units. Dimensional systems: the traditional system and SI. Physical parameters (temperature, pressure, concentration, etc.). Methods and industrial units. Properties of gases, vapors and mixtures thereof: applications. Balance sheets of matter and energy.

GML-1001: Materials Engineering (3 credits)

Description

Materials characterization methods. Cohesion and strength of materials. Atomic architecture. Materials under stress. Behavior of mixtures. Mechanical, thermal, electrical and magnetic. Metals and metal alloys, polymers, composites, wood and concrete. Degradation of materials.

GSC-1000: Design Methodology in Engineering (3 credits)

Description

This course allows the student, met a team of six or seven members, acquire and perfect, realizing a design project, working in team skills, management of project engineering and communication. The student must write technical reports and prepare and provide technical conferences. It also develops critical thinking and sense of responsibility. Finally, the course uses all fields of application engineering.

MAT-1900: Engineering Mathematics I (3 credits)

Description

Functions of several variables calculus: theory and applications. Complex numbers; polynomials. Differential equations of the first order and first degree; numerical methods. Second order differential equations of special types. Linear differential equations of order n with constant coefficients. Systems of differential equations. Applications.

STT-1900: Statistical Methods for Engineers (3 credits)

Description

Probability theory. Act normal. Descriptive statistics. Échantillonnales laws. Point estimation and confidence interval. Hypothesis testing. Analysis of variance: one-factor experiments, in blocks, several factors and factorial. Simple and multiple linear regression.

GCH-1001: Thermodynamics of Chemical Engineering I (3 credits)

Description

The first law of thermodynamics and other basic concepts. Volumetric properties of pure fluids. Heating effects. The second law of thermodynamics. Thermodynamic properties of fluids. Applications of thermodynamics to flow with certain processes. Thermal machines. Refrigeration and liquefaction.

GCH-1002: Fluid Mechanics (3 credits)

Description

Viscosity. Newton’s law. Exchange equations for isothermal systems continuity, motion (Navier-Stokes, Euler), mechanical energy. Applications: laminar and turbulent flow. Velocity distribution. Dimensional analysis. Current features and potential functions. Coefficient of transfer of momentum. Macroscopic material balances, momentum of mechanical energy. Applications. Pipe networks. Measuring flow rates. Overview of pumps.

IFT-1903 Computer Engineering (3 credits)

Description

Approach problem solving in engineering. Elements of algorithms required for the resolution of proposed problems. Verifications and validations of responses software used. Introduction to software Maple and Matlab for symbolic calculations for numerical calculations.

MAT-1910: Engineering Mathematics II (3 credits)

Description

Simple integrals, formal and numerical computation. Multiple integrals, curvilinear coordinates, applications. Calculation of vector fields. Integrals on curves and surfaces: applications, traffic, work, flux. Fundamental theorems: Stokes, Gauss; applications to physics.

MAT-2910: Numerical Analysis for Engineers (3 credits)

Description

Numerical computation. Linear algebra. Solving nonlinear systems. Approximation. Integration and derivation. Finite differences. Differential equations of the first order.

CHM-1901 Engineering Chemistry (3 credits)

Description

Organic chemistry: nomenclature, hydrocarbons, organic compounds heteroatomic functional groups, reaction mechanisms, natural gas, oil: distillation, hydrocarbons, classification, hydrotreating, catalytic cracking, hydroprocessing, catalytic reforming, octane, cetane and viscosity, alkylation , paraffin isomerization, oxidation. Polymer: monomer, copolymer, polymerization, stepwise reaction, chain reaction, radical polymerization, ionic or polar: anionic, cationic, polar molecular weight and distribution, glass transition temperature, melting macromolecules structure, solution polymers, Statistical chains, thermal, mechanical, optical, electrical, rheological, implementation and polymer processing.

CHM-1902: Physical Chemistry Engineering (2 credits)

Description

Basic principles governing colloidal phenomena and interface. Electrical properties of molecules and intermolecular forces (Van der Waals forces and hydrogen bonding). Surface phenomena: surface tension, surface thermodynamic properties, capillary action (wetting and capillary action). Relationship Laplace and applications. Young relationship. Jurin’s law. Flotation. Colloidal systems: classification, properties and preparation of colloids, structure and stability, flocculation and coagulation phenomena, characterization and micelle formation, surfactants. Adsorption phenomena and applications: solid-gas adsorption, absorption in homogeneous systems, adsorption on solid solutions (ion exchange). Surface analysis techniques: X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS), Auger electron spectroscopy (AES), mass spectrometry of the secondary ions (SIMS).

GCH-1003: Thermodynamics of Chemical Engineering II (3 credits)

Description

Systems with variable composition ideal behavior. Systems with variable composition: non-ideal behavior. Phase equilibrium at low and moderate pressures. Thermodynamics of solutions. Calculations of thermodynamic properties and liquid-vapor equilibrium with equations of state. Balance for chemical reactions.

GCH-1004: Heat Transfer (3 credits)

Description

Heat transfer modes. Energy balance. Conduction in permanent and transient, analytical and numerical solutions. Forced and natural convection. Dimensional analysis. Dimensioning of the heat exchangers (without phase change). Primer on boiling, condensation and radiation.

GCH-1005: Transfer of material (3 credits)

Description

Concentration, speed and flow. Fick’s law. Diffusivity of gases and liquids. Concentration distribution in the stationary state and transient. Equations of variation for multicomponent systems. Mass transfer between phases. Mass transfer by convection. Introduction to mass transfer equipment.

MAT-2900: Engineering Mathematics III (2 credits)

Description

Modeling of physical problems by using partial differential equations: vibrating string, heat diffusion, Laplace equation. Fourier series. Separation of variables; Sturm-Liouville problem. Numerical methods. Laplace transforms; applications to differential equations and the theory of optimal control.

BCM-1900: Introduction to biochemical engineering (3 credits)

Description

Microbiology elements: cellular structures and functions, nutrition and growth, taxonomy, experimental techniques. Biochemistry elements: properties and functions of cellular components, genetics, metabolism, membrane transport. Microbial and enzyme kinetics. Microbial ecology. Industrial applications.

GCH-2000: Technology separation processes (3 credits)

Description

Agitation, mixing. Treatment of the solid (descriptions of particle populations, filing, comminution). Fluid flow around solid objects immersed (drag). Applications (sedimentation, settling, coagulation, flocculation, flotation, centrifugation). Flowing a fluid through the porous or powdery solid media. Applications (filtration, pressure losses in the packings, fluidization).

GCH-2002: Design of devices and instrumentation (3 credits)

Description

Application of laws and principles of the basic operations and science, chemical reaction in the design of industrial devices. Detailed calculations and draft. Instrumentation.

GCH-2012: Chemical Process Laboratories I (3 credits)

Description

Viscosity measurement, thermal conductivity and diffusivity; measuring velocity distributions, temperature and concentration; measurement of coefficients of friction, heat transfer and mass transfer. Study of factors that influence and application of the balance sheets of momentum, heat and matter.

GCH-2104: Industrial Safety (2 credits)

Description

This course allows the student to apply the basic rules to design safe and reliable industrial processes. The course focuses on toxicology, industrial hygiene (WHMIS), the indices of fire and explosion (DOW), local security systems (pieces of equipment), Hazard Analysis (HAZOP), the risk assessment and case studies.

GML-2900: Electrochemical corrosion (2 credits)

Description

Reminder of the basics of electrolytes and electrodes. Electrochemical cells and the corrosion cells. Polarization curves and the corrosion current. The surge phenomena. Different forms and types of corrosion.

GCH-2003 Partitions with transfer material (3 credits)

Description

Study of some separation processes involving the transfer of material and heat between different phases: absorption (plate columns and packed). Humidification and water cooling. Drying. Other processes.

GCH-2004 Distillation and Extraction (3 credits)

Description

Reminders of vapor-liquid equilibria. Continuous and batch distillation of binary mixtures. Flash vaporization and approximate methods of complex mixtures. Solvent extraction. Notions about the different types of columns and their design.

GCH-2005: Kinetics and Catalysis (2 credits)

Description

Homogeneous kinetics. General characteristics: Van’t Hoff equations and Arrhenius. Mechanisms: collision theory, activated complex theory, Lindemann theory. Simple reactions: determination of rate constants and order. Reactions composed. Overview of the complex reactions and homogeneous catalysis. Introduction to the study of reactors: batch reactor in non-isothermal. Heterogeneous catalysis; role of catalyst, adsorption and chemisorption physical. Internal distribution and efficiency factor.

GCH-2105: Industrial Sanitation (2 credits)

Description

Incurred by a group of professors of the Faculty of Science and Engineering and outside speakers. It mainly covers the scientific aspects of diagnosis, prevention, assessment and control for the protection of the industrial environment. Topics include: principles and criteria for water quality, in addition to certain treatments; control of the air quality, the mining and metallurgical pollution, noise pollution and pollution of the pulp and paper industry.

PHI-2910: Engineering and Sustainable Development (3 credits)

Description

This course is for students of engineering bachelor. It aims to introduce the future engineer the concept of sustainable development and the different underlying philosophical ideas. It also aims to bring to a process of reflection on the meaning of the engineering profession in a context of sustainable development has gradually been incorporated into the regulatory framework of the profession. From current issues to which engineering is facing, this course engages students in a methodical reflection on the strengths and limitations of the tools available to it to participate in the sustainable society project which now requires him to consider the issues economic, social and environmental.

ECN-2901: Economic Analysis in Engineering (3 credits)

Description

Economic engineering allows decision making, regarding the operations, and solving specific problems. It allows to choose among several options, the one that is the most profitable economically. It is intimately linked to Microeconomics. The primary objective of this course is to transmit to the engineering student several principles and methods of economic analysis in the perspective of an engineering project. The course covers the following concepts: the time value of money, cash flow analysis, comparison of opportunities, issues associated with certain methods of analysis, methods of depreciation, replacement analysis, taxation, the cost of capital and cash flow after tax, inflation and uncertainty, decision making.

GCH-2006: Calculation of chemical reactors (3 credits)

Description

Homogeneous reactors: isothermal ideal reactors, stationary and transient, simple reactions and reactions made. Non-ideal reactors, residence time distribution, dispersion model, mixed models. Non-isothermal reactors. Optimum temperature profiles. Thermal balance and stability of the reactors. Heterogeneous reactors: gas-liquid reactors. Reactors non-catalytic gas-solid. Selected problems in heterogeneous catalysis.

GCH-2007: Chemical Process Laboratory II (3 credits)

Description

The main objectives of this laboratory is to become familiar with the handling of industrial size units (heat pump, agitation, size, heat exchangers, tower humidification and cooling, etc.); to implement various concepts explored in prerequisite courses; to gain mastery of writing and oral communication of technical reports.

GCH-3000: Dynamics and Process Control (3 credits)

Description

Terminology and basics. Review of Laplace transforms. Continuous linear systems of the first and second orders in open loop. Linearization. Linear servo systems. Transfer functions of a loop system. Response of a controlled system. Stability. Frequency response method. Construction of servo systems by the frequency response method. Role and use of computers in the industry. Analysis and synthesis of linear systems sampled. Z transforms. Linear servo systems using a digital computer. Different digital algorithms. Practical examples.

GCH-2008: Chemical Process Laboratory III (3 credits)

Description

The main objectives of this laboratory is to become familiar with the handling of industrial size units (filter press, automated continuous distillation, temperature control, pressure drop in a packed column gas-liquid contact, fluid bed drying solids with hot air, thermal insulation, agitated continuous reactors); to implement various concepts explored in prerequisite courses; to gain mastery of writing and oral communication of technical reports.

GCH-3001: Technical-economy: chemical processes I (3 credits)

Description

Design of a chemical process; exploration, development, pilot plant and miniature factory. Technical and economic evaluation of the process of its design phases. Conversion and yield. Process Diagrams: qualitative, quantitative and combined. Balance sheets of matter and energy. Pieces of equipment and machinery. Estimated purchase costs; correlations, rule 0.60. Applications to individual parts, the fixed and unit capital. Cost Indices: definition, correlation and extrapolation. Components of profitability: sales, sales volume, sales price, sales tax and costs not included in fixed capital investment and working capital. Practical methods of estimation.

GCH-3002: CAD in Chemical Engineering (3 credits)

Description

Process simulation. Sequential approach. Design stages. Physical and thermodynamic properties. The HYSYS software.

GCH-3003: Graduation Project (3 credits)

Description

This course consists of carrying out a technical and economic study. The project is done in two-person team and includes oral presentations and a written progress report.

GMC-3009: Project Management in Engineering (3 credits)

Description

This course aims to make the student independent in the performance of the management of engineering projects, that is to say starting, planning, programming, control, monitoring and closure of projects. This includes risk management and change.

PHI-3900: Ethics and Professionalism (3 credits)

Description

Professionals today are faced with situations that require ethical skills and knowledge that go beyond technical knowledge specific to their area of expertise. On the one hand, professionalization is a changing phenomenon, which requires a reflection on the meaning of work and more specifically on professionalism. Furthermore, although the professional practice is regulated by a code of ethics, the professional is asked to have a sense of ethical responsibility. Through case studies and analysis of the various issues related to professionalism, the course offers an ethical reflection on professional practice and the conditions in which this practice occurs.

OTHER REQUIREMENTS PROGRAM

JOURNEY WITHOUT CONCENTRATION CREDITS 15

The student can complete four optional practical training courses: GCH-2590, GCH-2591, 3590-GCH and GCH-3591. The credits of these courses are in addition to the credit requirements of the program. To register, contact the program director.

REQUIREMENTS 1-12 AMONG CREDITS:

BCM-2101: Introduction to Quality Assurance (3 credits)

Description

This course explains the concepts of good laboratory practice (GLP), Good Clinical Practice (GCP) and Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) applied in the biotechnology and pharmaceutical industries. This overview of quality assurance concepts allows the student to become familiar with the concepts inherent in regulated environments.

GCH-2100: Biochemical Engineering II (3 credits)

Description

Overview, introduction to the practice and calculation of biological reactors. Enzymatic and cellular systems. Wine crops in fed batch and continuous. Formulation of the culture medium. Sterilization. Aeration and agitation. Instrumentation and control. Recovery of components. Standards.

GCH-2102: Industrial Wastewater Treatment (3 credits)

Description

This course provides the knowledge necessary for understanding the various wastewater treatment processes and the preliminary design of some of these processes pieces of equipment: the characteristics of industrial effluents and treatment systems; equalization, neutralization, sedimentation, coagulation, aeration and gas transfer-liquid material, principles of biological treatment, activated sludge processes, fixed biomass processes, aerated lagoons and stabilization ponds, anaerobic treatment, adsorption, ion exchangers and separation membrane, sludge treatment; tertiary treatments: ozonation, dechlorination disinfection ClO2, BrCl, UV, H2O2, advanced oxidation processes, supercritical oxidation, and oxidation catalytic reduction.

GCH-2103: Biochemical Engineering I (3 credits)

Description

Brief reminder of the theoretical and technical aspects of biochemical engineering. Description, development elements and initiation to the practice of biomolecular engineering, fermentation and cell culture. Introduction to flow cytometry. Standards biosafety and biocontainment.

GCH-2200: Special Topics in Chemical Engineering (3 credits)

Description

This course will be given by visiting professors, Department of visitor professors or professors on a varied specialized subject. The content and detailed lesson plan will be posted during the registration period of the quarter.

GCH 2202: Pulp and Paper Technology (3 credits)

Description

Anatomy and chemistry of wood, inking, delignification and retrieval, extraction and bleaching, air emissions, role engineering, manufacturing and bleaching processes. Paper: general principles, by-products and effluent treatment, refining, paper forming, pressing and drying, process control, finished product and the customer.

GCH-3100: Prevention of air pollution (3 credits)

Description

This course allows the student to know the nature and source of pollutants, sampling and analysis techniques, the health effects of air pollutants, the chemistry of the atmosphere, the atmospheric dispersion models, legislation, dust removal techniques and equipment sizing (cyclone, electrostatic precipitator, to filter, wet media), harvesting techniques of gases and vapors and equipment sizing (condensation, adsorption, absorption with and without chemical reaction, catalytic thermal oxidation, biodegradation), the odor pollution, emission prevention strategies stationary combustion installations and the cost of pollution abatement systems.

GCH-4011: Planning and analysis of experiments (3 credits)

Description

Reminder statistics: random variables, expectation, variance, standard deviation. Normal laws of probability, Student and Fischer. Statistical tests, analysis of variance. And multiple linear regression analysis. Stepwise regression and Ridge regression. Nonlinear regression. Experience of planning one, two and more than two controlled factors. Full and fractional factorial designs at two levels. Factorial designs with more than two levels. Surface answers and optimal designs. Statistical process control (SPC). Practical examples and case studies.

GEL-4100: Industrial Control (3 credits)

Description

Continuous process control (PID controllers, anticipation, waterfall, Smith predictor, stresses, internal model control), defects and non-linearities of industrial processes, data acquisition system (sampling, reconstruction filtering), and discrete systems CNC (z-transform, discrete controllers), technologies (elements of a control system, sequence control, instrumentation, etc.).

GIN-3020: Engineering and Quality Management (3 credits)

Description

Concept of quality and comprehensive quality management: planning, organization and quality assurance. Industrial quality: conformity of products (metrology, manual, automated inspection, surface finish, mechanical testing). Statistical control and standards. Quality management: total quality and concepts; cost and non-diagnostic quality, Pareto, audit; Taguchi method, reliability; assurance and quality manual. Four laboratories and an industrial project.

GMC-1000: Design for Engineers (3 credits)

Description

Computer graphics. 3D solid modeling, variational and parametric. Elements of technical drawing. 2D Modeling: orthogonal projections, multi-view drawings, isometric drawing, cuts and sections. Listing. Schematic representations. Blueprint reading. Descriptive Geometry. Problems of right and plan. Introduction to assemblies.

GML-2250: Properties and choice of material (3 credits)

Description

In this course, the student learns to determine the performance index of the materials according to the requirements of the design. It then selects a material according to performance indices and manufacturing methods using databases and advanced material selection methods. An analysis of selection obtained is performed according to secondary criteria, the length of life, safety, environment and cost. The basics of tribology and material degradation modes are discussed. Various types of commercially available materials such as ceramics, composites, plastics, steels (stainless steels, tool, carbon steel), light alloys and non-ferrous metals, and their properties and their field of use are presented. The methods of improving properties such as heat treatment and surface treatment are introduced to give the student additional tools in his choice of materials.

GMN-2006: Processes mineralurgical I (3 credits)

Description

This course presents an overview of the valuation processes of minerals extracted from the earth. For each process, it shows the physical and chemical phenomena involved, industrial equipment used in circuits and layout. It also analyzes the effect of the main operating variables focusing on optimizing the performance or the level of the product concerned.

GPG-1001: Rheology, heat transfer from polymer processing (3 credits)

Description

This course is essential for understanding the transformation processes in which the material is subjected to different types of flow in the melt. The control of plastics processing processes largely depends on a good grasp of the flow and heat transfer. Flow analysis of molten polymer. Effects of mass, mass distribution and molecular structure. Studies of different flow patterns. Thermal and heat exchange in the transformation processes. Problems of cooling and heating.

GPG-1007: shaping processes plastics (3 credits)

Description

This course aims to give an understanding of the different aspects of shaping of plastics by injection and extrusion. Injection molding: screw geometry, sequences batch process cycle, architecture, filling and closing the mold, understanding and use of PVT diagrams, parts design criteria, heat transfers (part / mold), etc. Extrusion process: single-screw and twin-screw. The different geometries of screws. Study of transport and melting the plastic mechanisms. Dispersive and distributive mixing. Devices. Different types of chains (chains tubes, tubular sheaths, leaves, etc.). Calculation of extrusion rates.

IFT-1004: Introduction to Programming (3 credits)

Description

Paradigms and programming languages. Introduction to problem solving with Python. The interpreted language, Python, to a compiled, structured language, the C language specification of a problem and functional decomposition. Modular programming. Notions of black box, interface, precondition and postcondition. Error handling and exceptions management mechanism. Recursion. Introduction to complexity of algorithms. Programming standards.

RULE 2-3 CREDITS

Pass the course ANL-2020 Intermediate English II. The student who demonstrates that he has acquired this level (TOEIC: 675) during the test administered by the School of Languages can choose an English graduate courses or other modern language.

BIOCHEMICAL ENGINEERING/ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING CREDITS 15

The student can complete four optional practical training courses: GCH-2590, GCH-2591, 3590-GCH and GCH-3591. The credits of these courses are in addition to the credit requirements of the program. To register, contact the program director. [/su_note]

GCH-2100: Biochemical Engineering II (3 credits)

Description

Overview, introduction to the practice and calculation of biological reactors. Enzymatic and cellular systems. Wine crops in fed batch and continuous. Formulation of the culture medium. Sterilization. Aeration and agitation. Instrumentation and control. Recovery of components. Standards.

GCH-2102: Industrial Wastewater Treatment (3 credits)

Description

This course provides the knowledge necessary for understanding the various wastewater treatment processes and the preliminary design of some of these processes pieces of equipment: the characteristics of industrial effluents and treatment systems; equalization, neutralization, sedimentation, coagulation, aeration and gas transfer-liquid material, principles of biological treatment, activated sludge processes, fixed biomass processes, aerated lagoons and stabilization ponds, anaerobic treatment, adsorption, ion exchangers and separation membrane, sludge treatment; tertiary treatments: ozonation, dechlorination disinfection ClO2, BrCl, UV, H2O2, advanced oxidation processes, supercritical oxidation, and oxidation catalytic reduction.

GCH-2103: Biochemical Engineering I (3 credits)

Description

Brief reminder of the theoretical and technical aspects of biochemical engineering. Description, development elements and initiation to the practice of biomolecular engineering, fermentation and cell culture. Introduction to flow cytometry. Standards biosafety and biocontainment.

GCH-3100: Prevention of air pollution (3 credits)

Description

This course allows the student to know the nature and source of pollutants, sampling and analysis techniques, the health effects of air pollutants, the chemistry of the atmosphere, the atmospheric dispersion models, legislation, dust removal techniques and equipment sizing (cyclone, electrostatic precipitator, to filter, wet media), harvesting techniques of gases and vapors and equipment sizing (condensation, adsorption, absorption with and without chemical reaction, catalytic thermal oxidation, biodegradation), the odor pollution, emission prevention strategies stationary combustion installations and the cost of pollution abatement systems.

RULE 1-3 CREDITS

Pass the course ANL-2020 Intermediate English II. The student who demonstrates that he has acquired this level during the test administered by the School of Languages can choose an English graduate courses or other modern language.

 

PROFILES OF STUDY

International profile

EHE-1GCH: Studies – International profile – Bachelor of Chemical Engineering (12 to 18 credits)

Description

Activities carried out in a university abroad, under international profile, which will be equivalencies student.

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