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CHE

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING

Note:

See beginning of Section H for abbreviations, course numbers and coding. L* denotes
labs held alternate weeks.

CHE 1004

Introduction to Chemical Engineering

3 ch (3C)

Introduces the discipline of Chemical Engineering and dev
elops fundamental skills of unit
conversion and material balancing. Systems of units for parameters such as concentration,
flow, pressure and temperature are explained. Skills for solving steady
-
state material balance
problems on reactive and non
-
reactive
systems. An understanding of the chemical engineering
discipline is gained through examples of major industries such as petroleum, pulp and paper,
mining, power production, etc. Co
-
requisite:

MATH 1503
.


CHE 1024

Element of Mass and Energy Balances

1ch (1C)

Intended for transfer students in their first year of study in Chemical Engineering, this course is
a condensed version of

CHE 1004 (Introduction to Chemical Engineering)
. The material covers
systems of units and emphasizes applications of industrial chemistry. When combin
ed with 2
ch of approved technical elective, this course is considered equivalent to

CHE 1004
.
Prerequisites: at least 30 ch of approved de
gree credit and permission of instructor. Co
-
requisite:

CHE 2004

-

this course may not be taken as a stand
-
alone course, it must be done
co
ncurrently with

CHE 2004
. Credit will not be given for both

CHE 1004

& CHE 1024.


CHE 2004

Fundamentals of Chemical Engineering

3 ch (3C)

Fundamentals such as vapor
-
liquid equilibrium, partial saturation and real gas relationships are
introduced and integrated into material b
alance problems. The concepts of enthalpy and
energy balances on open systems. Unsteady
-
state and simultaneous mass and energy balance
systems are modeled and solved using computer packages. Prerequisite:

CHE 1004

or
Corequisite:

CHE 1024

.


CHE 2012

Engineering Thermodynamics

3 ch (3C 1T)

The First and Second Laws of Thermodynamics and their application to practical problems;
properties of liquid and vapours; ideal gas relationships; steam and gas power cycles and their
application to steam power plants, internal combustion e
ngines and gas turbines; combustion
characteristics; compressible flow; refrigeration and heat pumps. Prerequisites:

CHEM
1982/1987

o
r equivalent; Corequisite:

CHE 2004
.


CHE 2412

Chemical Engineering Laboratory I

3 ch (1C 3L)

[W]

Covers bomb and flow calorimetry, mater
ial and energy balance study of the University
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heating plant, fluid mechanics experiments including flow meter calibrations and pressure drop
measurements in pipes and fittings. Interpretation of experimental data, group dynamics,
safety issues, report wri
ting and oral presentations. Students work under close supervision.
Prerequisites:

CHE 2004
,

Co
-
requisite
s
:

CHE 2012

(or equivalent);

CHE 2703
.

CHE 2418

Numerical Methods in Chemical Engineering

3 ch (3C)

Numerical methods and their applications to engineering. Basics: Taylo
r series,
accuracy/precision, systems of linear equations. Nonlinear equations: bisection and secant
methods. Polynomial interpolation. General least
-
squares regression. Weighted
-
average data
smoothing and differentiation. Numerical integration: trapezoida
l rule, Simpson's rule, and
quadrature methods. Systems of ordinary differential equations: Runge
-
Kutta methods. Finite
difference solution of partial differential equations. Error estimation is emphasized throughout
the course. Prerequisite:

CS 1003

or equivalent Co
-
requisite:

MATH 2513

or

MATH 3503

or
permission of the instructor.


CHE 2501

General Materials Science

3 ch (3C)

Principles relating the propertie
s and behaviour of engineering materials to their structure;
atomic bonding forces and strength of interatomic and intermolecular bonding forces, atomic
arrangements in solids, structural imperfections and atom movements in solids; principles of
phase diag
rams and their application to multiphase materials, with particular reference to the
iron
-
carbon system; mechanical and electrical properties of engineering material;
semiconductors, polymers and ceramics; and their relation to internal structure. Prerequi
sites:
(
CHEM 1982/1987

or equivalent),

MATH 1013

.

Note:

credit will not be given for both CHE
2501 and

CHE 2503

.


CHE 2506

Materials Science Laboratory

1 ch

(3L*)

Laboratory experiments are conducted to illustrate behaviour of materials and other concepts
covered in

CHE 2501

. Co
-
requisite:

CHE 2501

.


CHE 2525

Fundamentals of Chemical Process Design

4 ch (3C 1T) [W]

Introduces principles of chemical process design strategy and

decision making. Fundamental
Chemical Engineering concepts such as material and energy balances, thermodynamics, fluid
mechanics and materials science are integrated into the design process. Flowsheet
preparation, chemical process safety, loss prevention
and project planning; codes and
standards, responsible care and environmental stewardship. Engineering economics and
profitability. Prerequisites:

CHE 2004
,

CHE 2012

,

ENGG 1003

,

ENGG
1015

. Co
-
requisite:

CHE
2703


CHE 2703

Fluid Mechanics

3 ch (3C 1T)

Introduction to practical fluid mechanics, including fluid properties, statics and kinematics, and
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fluid momentum and energy. Emphasis on internal flows: laminar/turbulent flows, fr
iction
factor, loss coefficients for fittings and valves, and pipe networks. Differential analysis,
compressible flow, and pumps are each also covered in detail. Prerequisites:

MATH 1013
;

ENGG 1082
.


CHE 3123

Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics

3 ch (3C)

Development of ther
modynamic work functions and application to chemical and phase
equilibria; chemical potential and other partial molar properties, First and Second Law
applications in flow processes. Prerequisite:

CHE 2012

(or equivalent),

MATH 2513
.


CHE 3304

Heat Transfer

4 ch (3C 1T)

A co
mprehensive first course in heat transfer. Thermal conductivity and unsteady state
conduction. Convection heat transfer coefficients: forced convection, free convection. Boiling ,
evaporation, and condensation. Heat exchanger design. Radiation heat transfe
r.
Prerequisites:

CHE 2004

,

CHE 2703

(or equivalent) or permission of the instructor.


CHE 3314

Fluid
-
Particle Interactions

3 ch (3C)

Characterization of particulate materials. Motion of particles in fluids. Flow through porous
media. Particle classification and fluid partic
le separation. Gas cyclone design. Multiphase pipe
flow. Fluidized beds, Filtration, Sedimentation. Prerequisites:

CHE 2004
,

CHE 2703
.


CHE 3324

Staged Processes

4 ch (3C 1T)

Analysis and design procedures for mass transfer operations based on equilibrium stage
concept. Graph
ical procedures for simple systems. Numerical stagewise procedures. Mainly
distillation, gas absorption and liquid extraction will be discussed. Stage efficiency.
Prerequisite:

CHE 2004
.


CHE 3424

Chemical Engineering Laboratory II

3 ch (1C
3L
) [W]

Experiments in heat transfer. Emphasis on interpretation of experimental data, group
dynamics, experimental design, and report writing. Students

will work under limited
supervision. Prerequisite:

CHE 2412

. Co
-
requisites:

CHE 3304
.

CHE 3434

Chemical Engineering Laboratory III

3 ch (1C
3
L) [W]

Experiments in fluid
-
particle interactions. Emphasis on interpretation of experimental data,
group dynamics, safety issues, an
d report writing. Students will work under minimal
supervision. Prerequisites:

CHE 2412

. Co
-
requisites:

CHE 3314

CHE 3505

Chemical Process Design

4 ch (3C 1T) [W]

Preliminary sizing of equipment, optimization techniques, estimation of capital and operating
costs, heat
-
exchan
ger networks, pressure vessels, and computer
-
based process design tools.
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Students work individually and in teams on process design projects that draw on knowledge
gained in previous courses, concepts taught in class and information available in the literat
ure.
Prerequisites:

CHE 2525

, Co
-
requisite:

CHE 3123

,

CHE 3314

.


CHE 3601

Process Dynamics and Control

4 ch (3C 1T)

Basic techniques for the dynamic analysi
s of elementary processes; the characteristics of
controllers, control valves, measurement devices and transmitters; feedback control loops;
stability of loop from the viewpoint of the roots of the characteristic equation and root locus
techniques. Prerequ
isites:

MATH 3503

,

CH
E 2703

(or equivalent) Corequisite:

CHE 3304

.


CHE 4101

Chemical Reaction Engineering

3 ch (3C 1T)

Application of principles of chemica
l kinetics to the design of chemical reactors. Simple
idealized isothermal reactors (batch, plug flow, continuous stirred tank reactor) for single and
multiple reactions. Adiabatic and non
-
isothermal reactors. Optimal choice of temperature.
Residence time
distribution and non
-
ideal flow systems. Prerequisites:

CHE 3123
,

co
-
requisite:

CHEM 3621

or equivalent.


CHE 4225

Chemical Plant Design

8 ch (3C 5T)

Full
-
year capstone course in chemical process design. Under academic and industrial
supervision, students complete conceptual

design of large chemical plant in simulated
engineering consulting environment. Working individually and as part of a team, students must
demonstrate ability to integrate fundamental, advanced and researched chemical engineering
principles into innovative

and practical design that produces sellable commodity. Design
strategy and scheduling are stressed alongside client satisfaction. Students complete a
comprehensive report that includes design specifications on equipment, engineering drawings,
and economic

analysis of the concept. Formal presentations of design work are required.
Prerequisites:

CHE 3314

,

CHE 3505
. Co
-
requisites:

CHE 3601

,

CHE 4101

,

CHE 4341
.

CHE 4341

Mass Transfer
Operations

4 ch (3C 1T)

Fundamentals of the theory of mass transport. Operations in continuous contractors including
gas absorption, liquid extraction, humidification and drying. Prerequisites:

CHE 3324

,

MATH
3503

. Co
-
requisite:

CHE 2418

.


CHE 4404

Chemical Engineering Laboratory IV

3 ch (6L*) [W]

Experiments to characterize feedback control systems, gas absorption columns, chemical
reactors, distillation c
olumns and other unit operations, which underlie the practice of
chemical engineering, will be conducted. Students will apply their knowledge of interpretation
of experimental data, group dynamics, laboratory safety and report writing throughout this
cours
e. Experiments will be conducted independently. Prerequisites:

CHE 3424

,

CHE 3434

. Co
-
requisites:

CHE 3601

,

CHE 4101

,

CHE 4341
,

one of

CHE 3424

or

CHE 3434

may be taken as a
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co
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requisite with permissio
n of
the
instructor.


CHE 5114

Chemical Reaction Engineering II

3 ch (3C)

Prediction of conversion in non
-
ideal flow reactors (segregated flow, bypassing and dead
space, axial dispersed plug flow). Taylor dispersion in pipes and packed beds. Stability an
d
control of nonisothermal reactors. Effects of heat and mass transfer in heterogeneous catalytic
reactors. Detailed analysis of some industrially important reactor systems.

CHE 5124

Adsorption and Adsorption Processes

3 ch (3C)

Surface forces, physical
adsorption and chemisorption, thermodynamics of adsorption and
derivation of simple model isotherms (Langmuir, Volmer, B.E.T., virial, B.L.R., Freundlich, etc.),
adsorption of mixtures. Characterization of adsorbents and catalysts. Adsorption kinetics,
int
racrystalline diffusion in zeolites, dynamics of adsorption columns and adsorption processes.

CHE 5224

Applied Petroleum Reservoir Engineering

3 ch (3C)

Overview of the principles of petroleum engineering. Topics include fluid and rock properties,
oilwel
l drilling, reservoir types, review on wettability, capillary pressure, relative permeability,
multiphase flow in porous media, volumetric estimates and recoverable reserves, radial flow
analysis of well performance, reservoir performance analysis, seconda
ry and tertiary oil
recovery. Offshore development and production of hydrocarbon resources.


CHE 5234

Oil Refining and Natural Gas Processing

3 ch (3C)

An introduction to the physical, chemical, and engineering principles used in the processing of
natura
l gas, petroleum, and bitumen. The nomenclature, common processes, basic designs,
and relevant regulations will be covered. Prerequisites:
CH
E 2004

,

CHE 3123

or approval by the
instructor.


CHE 5244

Enhanced Oil Recovery Processes

3 ch (3C)

Overview of the secondary and terti
ary enhanced oil recovery (EOR) processes commonly
applied in Canada and worldwide. The fundamental EOR principles are described and examples
in Canadian fields are analyzed. Some of the subjects presented include waterflooding, gas
flooding, miscible floo
ding, chemical treatments, mobility control applications, steam injection,
microbial and mining operations such as oil sands production.


CHE 5254

Polymer Reaction Engineering and Polymer Processing

3 ch (3C)

Basic polymer concepts. Polymer structural ch
aracteristics and properties. Mechanisms,
kinetics and reactors for polymerization. Polymer rheology and transport processes. Processing
applications and the effects of processing on polymer properties. Prerequisites:

CHE 2501

,

CHE
2703

,

MATH 3503

. Co
-
requisite:

CHE 3304

or equivalent.


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CHE 526
4

Oil Sands Technology

3 ch (3C)

Fundamental principles of oil sands technology: bitumen and rock properties, origins of oil
sands, types of oil sand accumulations, volumetric estimates and recoverable reserves, oil sand
mining, bitumen separation and pro
cessing for production of synthetic oil, production of in
-
situ
oil sands, description of the different processes for in
-
situ oil sands production currently
applied or under evaluation, current research and process development, and a review of the
environme
ntal challenges of oil sands production. This course is intended for senior level
students and graduate students.


CHE 5313

Energy and The Environment

3 ch (3C)

Explores generation and use of energy is examined from extraction of raw materials through
pr
oduct production. Includes: survey of known material reserves, emerging technologies,
discusses the thermodynamic and regulatory constraints to energy conversion. Fossil fuels,
nuclear power and renewable energy sources including the environmental factors
associated
with the mining, conversion and end products from each technology are described.
Prerequisites:

CHE 2012

or equivalent;

CHEM 1982/1987

or permission of the instructor.


CHE 5314

Chemical Process Industries

3 ch (3C)

A technical overview of selected chemical indust
ries with consideration of their impact on the
environment. Emphasis is on current process technology and pollution control methods.
Environmental guidelines and regulations are also presented. Five modules, each covering a
specific chemical industry, taug
ht by Chemical Engineering faculty.

CHE 5344

Combustion

3 ch (3C)

Survey of energy sources and the present means of conversion; laminar and turbulent diffusion
flames; premixed flames; combustion kinetics and explosion mechanisms; ignition
characteristic
s of solid, liquid and gaseous fuels; conflagration and detonation waves; fluid
dynamics in combustion systems; analysis of practical problems associated with each of the
above topics.

CHE 5413

Air Pollution Control

3ch (3C)

Sources of air pollution; mod
eling atmospheric dispersions; pollution control in combustion;
particulate control methods; control of gaseous emissions; industrial odour control; indoor/in
-
plant air quality. Prerequisite:

CHE 3314

. Co
-
requisite:
CHE 4341

.


CHE 5423

Chemical Engineering Practice School

4 c
h [W]

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A two week industrial practice school in selected industrial process plants scheduled after
spring examinations. Groups of students, with Faculty supervisors, are assigned to engineering
projects to be carried out on industrial process units. Studen
ts are required to present an oral
report to plant operating and technical personnel at the end of the practice session. A written
report is also required. As there will be practical limitations to the number of students in any
one practice school, applica
tion for positions in this course will be treated on a first
-
come, first
-
served basis. This course is strongly recommended as a technical elective for students not
planning to complete either the co
-
op or professional experience programs. Prerequisites:

CHE
2004

,

CHE 2412

.



CHE 5434

Transport Phenomena

3 ch (3C)

Advanced heat, mass, and momentum transfer. One dimensional transport, penetration
theory, and simple convection. Correlations and dimensionless groups. Fluid mechanics,
including non
-
Newtonian and multiphase syst
ems. Derivation of differential and partial
differential transport equations.

CHE 5522

Nanotechnology

3 ch (3C)

Studies the science of Nanotechnology and surveys current and emerging applications of
nanomaterials and nanodevices in many engineering disci
plines. The unique physical
properties of materials at the nano
-
meter scale are discussed and explained. Fabrication
methods and advanced instrumentation for the construction, manipulation and viewing of
nanometer
-
sized materials are presented. Pre
-
requisi
te:

CHEM 1982/1987

or equivalent, plus
100ch of degree credit. Restricted to science and engineering students.


CHE 5524

Mathematical Me
thods in Chemical Engineering

3 ch (3C)

Solution of the ordinary and partial differential equations encountered in heat, mass, and
momentum transport as well as in reactor design. Perturbation solutions and stability analysis
are applied to simple systems

and adiabatic reaction. Extensive analysis of simple heat and
mass transfer via separation of variables and Green=s functions. Assignments involve solutions
to specific problems encountered in Chemical Engineering. Co
-
requisites:

CHE 3304

,

MATH
3503

.


CHE 5534

Process Id
entification for Advanced Control

4 ch (3C 3L*)

A practical course that emphasizes design of experiments, time series analysis, system model
identification, statistical process control, basic multivariable controls, and constrained and
unconstrained optim
ization, all in the context of controlling industrial processes.
Prerequisites:

STAT 2593

,

CHE 5614

or

ME 5643

or

EE 4343

.


CHE 5614

Chemical Process Control

3 ch (3C)

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Frequency response of processes, control hardware, open and closed control loops. Nyquist
diagrams. Experimental determinatio
n of frequency response data. Control loop tuning
procedures. Multivariable control, open loop and feed forward control. Cascade control,
adaptive control. Direct digital control. Prerequisite:

CHE 3601

or equivalent.


CHE 5714

Electrochemical Engineering

3 ch (3C)

Electrochemical flux equations. Reversible cells. Energy producing cells. Energy consuming
cells. Corrosion. Applications to i
nclude discussion of primary and secondary batteries,
electrolytic processes, corrosion suppression.

CHE 5724

Special Topics in Chemical Engineering

1

ch (
1
C)

CHE 5725

Special Topics in Chemical Engineering

2 ch (2C)

CHE 5726

Special Topics in Chemical
Engineering

3

ch (
3
C)

CHE 5734

Chemical Engineering Report

3 ch (6L)

[W]

The major requirement of this course is a report on a subject approved by the Department.
Suitable topics include experimental studies, design projects, literature surveys, feasibil
ity
studies and computation projects. Oral presentations of the work will be required.


CHE 5735

Thesis

6 ch (12L) [W]

The thesis is a research project done under the supervision of a faculty member. Progress
depends largely on the initiative and diligen
ce of the individual. A detailed report is submitted
on completion of the project to gain credit for the course. An oral presentation is also
required.

CHE 5744

Steam Supply Systems

3 ch (3C)

Historical and descriptive introduction to fossil fuel fired b
oilers. Introduction to different
reactor types. Complex Rankine cycles. Steam plant efficiencies. Energy and exergy analysis.
Heat transfer in fossil fuel fired boilers. Coal firing systems. Thermal transport and steam
generation. Steam plant heat exchang
ers. Analysis of real plant data. This course requires some
background in thermodynamics.

Note:

credit will not be given for both CHE 5744 and

ME
5744

.


CHE 5754

Steam and Gas Turbines

3 ch (3C)

Development of steam turbines and review of steam cycles. Turbine thermodynamics and
energy conversion. Impulse and reaction blading. Mechanical configuration of turbine
components and operational
considerations. Efficiency calculations. Review of gas cycles. Gas
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turbine thermodynamics. Combined cycle systems. This course requires some background in
thermodynamics.

Note:

credit will not be given for both CHE 5754 and

ME 5754

.


CHE 5764

Special Topics in Power Plant Engineering

3 ch (3C)

CHE 5804

Nuclear Chemical Processes

3 ch (3C)

Actinide properties; uranium, thorium, zirconium o
re extraction processes; uranium,
deuterium separation processes; nuclear fuel production; fuel reprocessing. Reactor
constructional materials; coolant chemistry; chemical control systems. Decontamination.
Radioactive waste management.

CHE 5824

Corrosion

Processes

3 ch (3C)

Introduction: corrosion and its costs, corrosion measurement, general materials and
environment affects. Types of corrosion: uniform, galvanic, crevice, pitting, intergranular,
selective leaching, erosion
-
corrosion, stress
-
corrosion,
hydrogen effects. Corrosion testing:
materials selection. Electrochemical principles: thermodynamics, electrode kinetics, mixed
potentials, practical applications. High temperature corrosion. Nuclear plant corrosion, fossil
plant corrosion, other industria
l environments. Prerequisites:

CHE 2501

,

CHEM 1982/1987

.


CHE 5834

Nuclear Engineering

3 ch (3C)

Radio
-
active decay, fission energy, nuclear interactions, neutron scattering and absorption.
Neutron diffusion elementary reactor theory, four and six factor formulae, neutro
n flux
variation. Reactor kinetics, source multiplication, decay heat, reactor start
-
up and shut down.
Fuel burnup, fission product poisoning, refuelling. Temperature and void effects on reactivity,
reactor control. Fuel handling and waste disposal. This c
ourse is intended for senior level
students. Prerequisites:

CHE 2012

or

ME 3413

;

CHE 2703

or equivalent.


CHE 5844

Nuclear Safety and Reliability

4 ch (3C 1L
)

The philosophy of safety design and operation of nuclear power reactors, responsibilities for
safe operation. The role and place of regulatory agencies. The concept of risk, quantitative risk
assessment. Methods for calculation of frequency and conseque
nces of reactor accidents and
evaluation of the safety level of a nuclear station. Case studies of past reactor accidents,
lessons learned, and effect on future operation.

CHE 5854

Nuclear Heat Removal

3 ch (3C)

Reactor types and coolant systems, fuel el
ement design and coolant characteristics. Reactor
heat generation, heat transfer from reactor fuel, heat transport in coolant, boiling
characteristics, two
-
phase flow, elementary thermal hydraulics. Steam generator design and
operation. Reactor operational

limits, transient conditions. Other two
-
phase phenomena. Loss
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coolant accidents. Prerequisites:

CHE 2012

or

ME 3413

;

CHE 2703

or equivalent.


CHE 5877

Ad
vanced Nuclear Systems

3 ch (3C)

Evolution of thermal and fast fission reactors. Different coolant types
-

gas, water, organic,
liquid metal. Nuclear breeding; advanced fuel cycles. Nuclear fusion processes. Fusion reactor
concepts. Prerequisites:

CHE 2012

or

ME 3413

;

CHE 2703
or equivalent.


CHE 5913

Pulp Production

3 ch (3C)

Wood and chip requirements; overview of pulping processes; mechanism and variables
in
mechanical and chemimechanical pulping, general principles of chemical pulping, kraft
cooking, sulphite cooking, extended and oxygen delignification, pulp washing, pulp bleaching,
recovery of pulping chemicals. Prerequisites:

CHEM 3801

,

MATH 1013

, or permission of the
instructor.


CHE 5923

Papermaking

3 ch (3C)

Overview of pulping and papermaking processes; pulp and paper properties; requirements for
different grades of paper and board; stock preparation; applications of fluid mechanics; wet
-
end chemistry; dry
-
end ope
rations. Prerequisites:

MATH 1013

;

CHE 2703

or equivalent, or
permission of the instructor.


CHE 5933

Biorefining: Principles, Processes and Products

3 ch (3C)

This course discusses various bio
-
refining processes, placing emphasis on fundamental process
chemistry and biol
ogy in the conversion of biomass to engineered products. Pathways for the
use of wood resources are described in detail; exemplary processes, such as gasification,
pyrolysis, pre
-
extraction and bio
-
diesel production are discussed. Industrial fermentation,
including sugar fermentation to produce ethanol, will be explored. The modeling concept for
integrated pulp manufacturing and bio
-
refining will also be discussed. Pre
-
requisite:

CHEM
1982/1987

,

CHEM 2401

and a minimum of 80 credit hours.