AlMuthanna University
College of Engineering
Department of Chemical Engineering
Study Plan for B.Sc Degree Course (20172018)
First Year
First Semester
No  Subject Code  Subject Title  Weekly hours  Units  
Th.  Tut.  Lab.  
1  E111  Mathematics I  3  —  —  3 
2  E112  Analytical Chemistry  1  1  3  5 
3  E113  Chemical Eng. Principles I  3  1  —  3 
4  E114  Engineering Drawing I  —  1  2  2 
5  E115  Computer I  1  1  2  2 
6  U116  Human Rights  1  1  —  2 
7  U117  Arabic Language  1  1  —  1 
8  E118  Workshop I  —  —  2  1 
Total  10  6  9  19  
25 
Subject: Mathematics I  
Function and Slop, Graph the Function, Limit and Continuous, Differentiation, Applications of Derivatives. 
Subject: Analytical Chemistry  
Basic Definitions: Moles, Molarity, and Normality, Stoichiometric Calculations, pH Calculations and Equilibrium of Acid and Base, Volumetric Analysis: Titration and Titration Curves, Gravimetric Analysis: Solubility Calculations, Analysis using Oxidation and Reduction Reactions, Electromotive Force and Nernest Equation. 

Subject: Chemical Eng. Principles I  
Engineering Calculations, Units, Dimensions, Basis, Temperature and Pressure, Conversion, Yield, and Selectivity, Purge, Percent of Completion in Chemical Reaction, Material Balance without Chemical Reaction, Material Balance with Chemical Reaction, Recycle, Gases.

Subject: Computer I  
Computer Fundamentals, Classification of Computers, Computer Components, Factors that must be Considered when buying a Computer, Computer Safety & Software Licenses, Malware & Computer Viruses, Computer Damage to Health, Operating Systems, Introduction to Operating Systems Windows 7, Some Common Situations & Setting in Windows 7 
Subject: Engineering Drawing I  
Introduction to the Drawing Tools, Lettering and Dimensions, Types of Lines, Geometrics, Projections. 
Subject: Human Rights  
مقدمة في تعريف حقوق الانسان, الفساد الاداري وتأثيره على حقوق الانسان والمجتمع, ماهية حقوق الانسان, حقوق الانسان في الاديان والحضارات القديمة والعصور الوسطى (في اوربا), قانون حقوق الانسان, تطبيق قانون حقوق الانسان, حقوق الانسان فرع من القانون, انتهاك قانون حقوق الانسان, تصفيات حقوق الانسان. 
Subject: Arabic Language  
قواعد اللغة العربية, فن المقالة, قواعد وأساسيات البحث العلمي, الادب العربي, الشعر العربي. 
First Year
Second Semester
No  Subject Code  Subject  Weekly hours  Units  
Th.  Tut.  Lab.  
1  E121  Mathematics II  3  —  —  3 
2  E122  Organic Chemistry  1  1  3  5 
3  E123  Chemical Eng. Principles II  3  1  —  3 
4  E124  Engineering Drawing II  —  1  2  2 
5  E125  Computer II  1  1  2  2 
6  U126  Freedom & Democracy  1  1  —  2 
7  U127  English Language  1  1  —  1 
8  E128  Workshop II  —  —  2  1 
Total  10  6  9  19  
25 
Subject: Mathematics II  
Applications of Derivatives, Integration, Methods of Integration, Applications of Definite Integrals, Matrix. 
Subject: Organic Chemistry  
Introduction of organic chemistry, General classification and identification of organic compounds, Alkanes (naming , properties), Alkanes (preparation ,reactions), Alkenes (naming , properties), Alkenes (preparation ,reactions), Alkenes, Alkyl halides, Alcohol, carboxylic acid, Ethers, Aldehydes and ketons, Asters, Aromatic compounds.

Subject: Chemical Eng. Principles II  
Vapors, Liquids and Solids, Ideal Gas, Mixture of Ideal Gases, Vapor Pressure, Mixture of Gases, Saturated Vapor, Partial Saturation and Humidity, Energy Balance, Calculation of Thermal Content, Relations of Real Gases, Van der Waals Equation, Critical States and Compressibility, Mixtures of non – Ideal Gases, Heat Capacity, Latent Heat of Vaporization, Energy Balance without Chemical Reactions, Energy Balance with Chemical Reactions. 
Subject: Computer II  
Introduction to Microsoft Excel, Functions of Microsoft Excel, Introduction to Visual Basic Programs, Analysis & Algorithm & Flow Charts, Convert Flow Chart to Visual Basic Program, Naming Subs & Functions, Decision Box & Lopping Structure, Matrix & Design Programs Background, Steps Required to write Program using Visual Basic in Microsoft Excel, Write a Complete Visual Basic Program using Design Background. 
Subject: Freedom & Democracy  
مقدمة في تعريف الديمقراطية, الفساد الاداري وتأثيره على حقوق الانسان والمجتمع, الانظمة السياسية من حيث ممارسة السلطة, نشأة الديمقراطية, انواع الديمقراطية, الديمقراطية في الاسلام, البرلمان, تطبيقات الأنظمة البرلمانية في أوربا, الانتخابات, العراقيل التي تواجه الانتخابات. 
Subject: English Language  
Part of Speech, Letters, Nouns, Pronouns, Scientific Paragraph, Verbs, Adverbs, Adjectives, Preposition, Preposition, Punctuations, Reading and Speaking, Listening and Writing.

Subject: Engineering Drawing II  
Sections, Isometric Drawing, Third Projection. 
Second Year
First Semester
No.  Subject Code  Subject  Weekly hours  Units  
Th.  Tut.  Lab.  
1  E211  Applied Mathematics I  3  1  —  3 
2  CHE212  Fluid Flow I  3  —  —  3 
3  CHE213  Physical Chemistry I  2  2  3  3 
4  CHE214  Environmental Pollution  2  —  —  2 
5  CHE215  Computer Programming I  1  1  2  2 
6  CHE216  Properties of Materials  2  —  —  2 
7  CHE217  Statistics  2  —  —  2 
Total  15  4  5  17  
24 
Subjects: Applied Mathematics I  
Course Syllabus  
Polar Coordinates.  1  
Vectors.  2  
Equation of Plane.  3  
Partial Differentiation.  4  
Functions with more than one Variable.  5  
Multiple Integrals.  6  
Change of Multiple Integral to Polar Coordinates.  7  
Subjects: Fluid Flow I  
Course Syllabus  
Introduction & Basic Concepts  1  
Properties of Fluids  2  
Pressure & Fluid Statics  3  
Fluid Kinematics  4  
Mass & Bernoulli  5  
Subjects: Physical Chemistry I  
Course Syllabus  
1^{st} law of Thermodynamics.  1  
2nd & 3^{rd} Laws of Thermodynamics.  2  
Gibbs Free Energy.  3  
Chemical Equilibrium.  4  
Chemical Reactions.  5  
Rate of Reaction Equations.  6  
Phase Equilibria in Ideal Solutions.  7  
Subjects: Environmental Pollution  
Course Syllabus  
Introduction of Environment.  1  
Climate Change and Green Houses.  2  
Ozone Layer Depletion.  3  
Acid Rain.  4  
Air Pollution.  5  
Air Pollution Equipment Design.  6  
Dry Type Mechanical Collectors.  7  
Wet Type Mechanical Collectors.  8  
Fabric Filters, Electrostatic Precipitators.  9  
Water and Waste Water.  10  
Origin of Waste Water.  11  
Waste Water Treatment.  12  
Subjects: Computer Programming I  
Course Syllabus  
Introduction to Visual Basic programming Language  1  
The Visual Basic Environment/ Building Applications  2  
Working with Controls / Writing the Code  3  
Visual Basic Data Types.  4  
Working with Variables  5  
Controlling Program Flow  6  
Looping  7  
Arrays  8  
Comparing, Testing & Working with Strings  9  
Procedures  10  
Functions  11  
Subjects: Properties of Materials  
Course Syllabus  
Introduction to Material Science and Engineering, Classification of Materials.

1


Atomic Structure (Basic Concepts, Electrons Configuration), Atomic and ionic arrangement.

2  
Crystal Structures

3


Atomic Bonding and Imperfection in solids (point defects, vacancies, Interstitial defects, substantial defects, and dislocations).

4  
Polymers.  5  
Iron and its alloy, copper and its alloy, aluminum and its alloy).  5  
Phase diagram (Binary Phase Diagrams, Binary Isomorphous Systems, Binary Eutectic Systems).

6


Electrochemical cells.

7


Corrosion.

8  
Nano Materials (its types, Products and Applications).  9  
Subjects: Statistics  
Course Syllabus  
Statistical Operations (Frequency Tables & Curves, the Mean, Median, Mode & other Measures of Central Tendency).  1  
The Standard Deviation & other measures of Dispersion.  2  
Theory of Probabilities.  3  
Confidence Intervals.  4  
Tests of Hypothesis & Significance  5  
Second Year
Second Semester
No.  Subject Code  Subject  Weekly hours  Units  
Th.  Tut.  Lab.  
1  E221  Applied Mathematics II  3  1  —  3 
2  CHE222  Fluid Flow II  3  —  —  3 
3  CHE223  Physical Chemistry II  2  2  3  4 
4  CHE224  Industrial Safety  2  —  —  2 
5  CHE225  Computer Programming II  1  1  2  2 
6  CHE226  Strength of Materials  2  —  —  2 
7  CHE227  Engineering Economy  2  —  —  2 
8  U228  English Language  1  1  —  1 
Total  16  5  5  19  
26 
Subjects: Applied Mathematics II  
Course Syllabus  
Sequences.  1  
Series.  2  
Differential Equations.  3  
Variable Separable.  4  
Homogeneous.  5  
Linear.  6  
General Solution by Doperator.  7  
Subjects: Fluid Flow II  
Course Syllabus  
The Energy Equations  1  
Fluid in Pipes  2  
Turbomachinery  3  
Subjects: Physical Chemistry II  
Course Syllabus  
Phase Equilibria in nonIdeal Solutions.  1  
Electrochemical Equilibrium.  2  
Surface Thermodynamics  3  
Experimental Gas Kinetics.  4  
Viscosity of Liquids.  5  
Electrical Conductance.  6  
Electrolytes.  7  
Subjects: Industrial Safety  
Course Syllabus  
Industrial safety 
1 

Safety terms in equipments , Dangers  2  
Effect of radioactive materials  3
3 

Chemical effects 
4 

Biological effects  5  
Industrial safety  6  
Fires and their causes  7  
Fire alarm systems  8  
Fires of fine solid particles  9  
Effect of nano particles on health  10  
Storage of chemicals  11  
Subjects: Computer Programming II  
Course Syllabus  
Using Files  1  
Visual Basic controls (check box, radio button, list box)  2  
Visual Basic controls (menu, Open File Dialog, combo box)  3  
Visual Basic controls (Color Dialog, Print Form Component, Font Dialog Control)  4  
Math Functions  5  
Multiple Forms  6  
Introduction to Matlab  7  
Matlab Programming Environment  8  
Vectors & Vector Operations  9  
Matrix & Matrix Operations  10  
Matlab Mfiles  11  
Interpolation  12  
Function Discovery  13  
Subjects: Strength of Material  
Course Syllabus  
Definitions, Basic Concepts, Scalars, and Vectors  1  
Newton’s Laws, Force System, Twodimensional Force Systems, and Resultants.  2  
Mechanical Properties of Material  3  
Hardness (Types and Tests).  4  
Thermal Properties of Material  5  
Shear and Bending Moments in Beam.  6  
Friction and Deformation in Beam.  7  
Subjects: Engineering Economy  
Course Syllabus  
Process Design Development.  1  
Cost Estimation.  2  
Factors affecting the production Cost & Investment.  3  
Capital Investment.  4  
Cost index.  5  
Interest & Investment cost.  6  
Depreciation Calculation Methods.  7  
Optimum Design.  8  
Cost of the Mass & Heat Transfer Equipments.  9  
THIRD YEAR
No. 
Subject  Weekly hours  Units  
Th.  Tut.  Lab.  
1  Engineering Analysis  3  1  —  6 
2  Mass Transfer  3  1  —  6 
3  Heat Transfer  3  —  —  6 
4  Chemical Industries  2  —  —  4 
5  Reactor Design  3  1  —  6 
6  Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics.  3  1  —  6 
7  Numerical Methods  2  —  2  4 
8  Industrial Management  2  —  —  4 
9  Chemical Eng. Lab. I  —  —  3  3 
10  التدريب الصيفي  لمدة 4 أسابيع  —  
Total  21  4  5  45  
30 
Subject: Engineering Analysis  
1st order differential equations, 2nd order differential equations, Frobineous method, Error, Gamma, Beta, and Bell functions, Partial differential equations, Laplace transform, Mathematical modeling, Finite differences (application on chemical engineering systems) with multiple steps. 
Subject: Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics  
Introduction, Conservation of energy, First law of thermodynamics, Flow calorimeter, Reversible process, Phase behavior of pure substances, Volumetric properties of pure substances, Law of corresponding states, Sensible heat, Heat of reaction, Heat requirement of industrial process, 2nd law of thermodynamics, 3rd law of thermodynamics, Thermodynamic properties of fluids, Residual properties, Steam power plants, Cycles with preheaters, Refrigeration process, Liquefaction process, Vapor liquid equilibrium, Flash calculations. 
Subject: Mass Transfer  
Diffusion, Mass transfer theories, Mass transfer coefficients, Absorption of gases, Extraction (liquidliquid), Leaching (solidliquid), Distillation: Continuous, Batch distillation, Multicomponent distillation, Humidification and cooling and drying towers, Steps of drying, Evaporation: types of evaporators, Single and multiple effect evaporators. 
Subject: Heat Transfer  
Heat transfer by conduction, Convection and radiation, Heat conductance, Onedimensional steady state conduction, Radial systems (cylinder and sphere), Overall heat transfer coefficient, Critical thickness of the insulator, Fins, Unsteady state conduction, Thermal boundary layer for laminar and turbulent flow, Analogy between fluid friction and heat transfer, Heat exchangers, Heat transfer by radiation. 

Subject: Chemical Industries  
Soap and detergents, Phosphoric acid, Fertilizers, Paper and cellulose, Sugar industry, Pharmaceutical industry, Fats and vegetable oils, Fermentation industries, Glass industry, Cement, Magnesium compounds, Nitric acid, Urea, Fertilizers, Phosphoric acid, Nitrogen, Ammonia, Carbon dioxide, Sulfure and its compounds, Industrial carbon.

Subject: Reactor Design  
Thermodynamic of chemical reactions, Kinetics of homogeneous reactions, ConcentrationDependent term of a rate equation, TemperatureDependent term of a rate equation, Interpretation of batch reactor data, ConstantVolume batch reactor, VaryingVolume batch reactor, Introduction to reactor design, Ideal reactors for a single reaction, Ideal batch reactors, SteadyState mixed flow reactors, SteadyState plug flow reactors, Design for single reactions, Size comparison of single reactors, MultipleReactor systems, Recycle reactor, Autocatalytic reactions. 
Subject: Industrial Management  
Concepts of industrial management, Principles, Development, Linear optimization, Linear programming (LP) assumptions, LP modeling, Standard form, Special cases of LP, Degeneracy, Unbounded solutions, Alternative solutions, No feasible solution, The dual model, The dual simplex method, Post optimally analysis (Sensitivity Analysis), The transportation problems, Transportation model, The assignment problems, The assignment model, Network models, Critical path method, Program evaluation and review technique (PERT), Some industrial applications of LP, The blending problem, Petroleum refinery operations. 
Subject: Optimization & Numerical Methods  
Introduction to Applied Numerical Methods and Error estimation, Roots of equations: Fixed point iteration, Xi+1= g(Xi)), NewtonRaphson / Bisection / FalsePosition, Applications on finding of roots, Matrix operating rules (definition, forms and operations), Solving sets of linear equations: Cramer’s rule / Matrix methods, Jacobi / GaussSiedel Iterations, Elimination methods, Applications to linear equations, Solving sets of nonlinear equations: (Newtons’ method), Finite difference (definition, operations and relations between operators), Difference equations (definitions, degree and order), Solution of difference equation (definition, complementary function and particular integral), Interpolation and extrapolation (introduction and definitions): Lagrangian polynomials, Interpolation with equal intervals (GregoryNewton forward and backward formulas) with application, Interpolation with un equal intervals (Lagrangian polynomials divided difference formula) with application, Numerical Differentiation and integration (introduction): differentiation forward and backward folrumals with application, Integration (trapezoidal, Simpson 1/3, Simpson 3/8 and Weddle’s) with application, Solution of ordinary differential equations (ODE): Initial value problem (Maclarian and Taylor series) with application, Taylor’s series for simultaneous first order ODE, Taylor ‘s series for 2nd order ODE with application, Euler’s method (general, Improved and modified Euler formula) with application, RangeKutta method (2nd, 3rd, and 4th order) with application, RangeKutta for simultaneous 1st order ODE and for 2nd order ODE with application, Finite difference method for solution of ODE (definitions): central difference approximation expressions (1st, 2nd, ….ect, Applications to ODE, Solution of partial differential equations (PDE): introduction, definition and classification, Elliptic PDE (Laplace and Poisson’s PDE) with application, Parabolic PDE (BenderSchmidt and CrankNicholson methods) with application, Hyperbolic PDF with application, Optimization (introduction and definitions): Newton search, Elimination methods (bisecting search, golden ratio search and Fibbonatci’s search) with application, Multidimensional optimization: direct method (random and grid search) and indirect method (Newton search) with application, Constrained optimization: linear programming (simplex) and nonlinear programming (generalized reduced gradient search), Application to optimization. 
FOURTH YEAR
No.  Subject  Weekly hours  Units  
Th.  Tut.  Lab.  
1  Unit Operations  3  —  —  6 
2  Process Control  3  1  —  6 
3  Petrochemical Industries  2  —  —  4 
4  Equipment Design  3  —  —  6 
5  Petroleum Refining  3  1  —  6 
6  Computer Applications  1  1  3  5 
7  Chemical Eng. Lab. II  —  —  3  3 
8  Engineering Project  3  2  —  6 
Total  18  5  6  42  
29 
Subject: Unit Operations  
Transfer of heat, Mass and momentum, Reynolds analogy, Boundary layer theory, Non newtonian fluids, Mixing, fluid flow through packed columns, Fluidization, Filtration, Flow of particles through fluids, Sedimentation,Centrifuge. 
Subject: Petrochemical Industries  
Production of the basic materials for the petrochemical industry (olefins and aromatics), Petrochemicals from methane, Ethylene derivatives, Propylene derivatives, High molecular weight olefins derivatives, Petrochemicals from BTX, Polymers production techniques, Thermoplastic, Thermoset, Industrial fibers, Industrial rubber. 
Subject: Petroleum Refining  
Introduction, Chemical Composition of Petroleum, Classification of Crude Oil, From Crude Oil, Physical and Thermodynamic Properties of Petroleum Oil, Analysis & Evaluation of Crude Petroleum, Petroleum Refining Processes, Product Blending, Lubricating Oils. 
Subject: Equipment Design  
Process design introduction, Flow diagrams, Piping and instrumentation, 
Subject: Process Control  
1st order response, time delay, steady state coefficient, final value theorem, 2nd order system, Closed loop systems, transfer function and flow diagram, Air control valve, Control system, discontinuous, proportional, integral, differential, Optimum control by ZeglerNickes method, Stability, Routh’s method, Frequency response (Bode and Niquist diagram), Measuring devices of temperature, pressure, concentration and fluid flow. 
Subject: Computer Applications  
1) Matlab
Introduction, Arrays, Arrays transpose operation, Matrix operations, Interpolation, Function Discovery, MATLAB mfiles, Solution of equation of state, Activity coefficients models, Flash vaporization, Bubble and dew point calculations, Simulation of multicomponent distillation columns, Simulation of chemical process with recycle streams, Calculation of the adiabatic flame temperature, Dynamic Simulation of Chemical Reactors, Dynamic simulation of gas absorption columns, Symbolic processing with MATLAB, Transport Processes in One Dimension, Transport Processes in One Dimension.
2) Hysys
Introduction, Start with HYSYS, Components, Fluid package, Streams, Material stream, Energy stream, Simulation tools, Utilities, boiling point curve, critical properties, tray sizing, Hydrate formation, Equation of state, Heat transfer Equipment, Cooler/Heater, Heat Exchanger, Pipe Equipment, Mixer, Pipe Segment, Tee, Valve, Relief Valve, Rotating Equipment, Compressor, Turbine, Pump, Separation, Operation, flash separator, Examples on separation process, Reactors, conversion reactors, Equilibrium reactor, Examples on the reactors, plug flow reactor, Columns, tray column, packed column, Absorption, Distillation Tower, Dynamic State, Control process, Applications of Hysys, Gas Processing, Biodiesel plant, Process of Ammonia, Crude Oil Refinery, Removal of Propane, Ethylene oxidation. 
Subject: Engineering Project  
Each student will be assigned a problem (either individually or as part of a group), and expected to submit a complete design report which includes market research, process selection and design, economic evaluation, unit operations and equipment details, a full design of three units of the plant and all the supporting drawings. 