216.- TECHNICAL INDUSTRIAL ENGINEER, INDUSTRIAL CHEMISTRY

uglywoodΜηχανική

31 Οκτ 2013 (πριν από 3 χρόνια και 8 μήνες)

66 εμφανίσεις


IV
-
1

216.
-

TECHNICAL INDUSTRIAL ENGINEER,
INDUSTRIAL CHEMISTRY



FIRST YEAR


Graphical Expression and C.A.D.

Physics I

Mathematics I

Chemical Fundamentals

Fundamentals of Computer Science

Chemical Laboratory

Mathematics II

Physical Chemistry

Physics II

Ex
perimentation in Chemistry I

Statistical Methods in Engineering

Organic Chemistry


SECOND YEAR


Chemical Analysis

Chemical Reaction Engineering

Basic Operations I

Experimentation in Chemical Engineering I

Chemical Engineering Materials

Mathematical Methods

in Chemical Engineering I

Analytical Instrumental Techniques

Chemical Experimentation II

Control of Chemical Processes and Instrumentation I

Industrial Chemistry I

Industrial Heating and Cooling

Electronic and Electric Technology


THIRD YEAR


Business Ad
ministration and Production Organisation I

Technical Office

Basic Operations II

Industrial Chemical Analysis

Chemical Process Control and Instrumentation I

Industrial Chemistry II

Final Project


OPTIONAL COURSES


Business Administration and Production Org
anisation II

Drawing in Chemical Engineering

Industrial Inorganic Compounds

Mathematical Methods in Chemical Engineering II

Electrochemical Corrosion

Health, Safety and Ergonomics

Fluids Mechanics

Quality Control in Industrial Chemical Laboratories

Environ
mental Control and Analysis

Auxiliary Services in Chemical Industry

Modelling and Simulation

Waste Water Treatment


IV
-
2

Waste Solid Treatment

Atmospheric Pollution

Environmental Chemometrics

Analytical Separation Techniques

Quality Control in Food Industry

Aut
omatic Analysis Methods

Analytical Chemometrics

Industrial Information Technology

Equipment in Industrial Chemistry

Digital Control

Strategies in Chemical Process Design

Structure in Chemical Buildings

Practices



FIRST YEAR


16227
-

Graphical Expression a
nd C.A.D.


Semester 1; 75 Hours


Representation techniques. Fundamental standardisation in Technical Drawing. Introduction to CAD. Industrial
standardisation. Fundamentals of industrial design in the specialism.


Teaching Method
: Lectures. Individual pract
ical exercises. Computer aided design.

Assessment
: Written exam. Assessment of the practical exercises.


16228
-

Physics I


Semester 1.; 55 Hours


Kinetic of particles. Dynamic of particles. Scalar and vector fields. Wave Movements. Study of Thermodynamic
Principles.

Teaching Method
: Lectures. Practical Problems. Laboratory Practices

Assessment
: Written exam. Assessment of Laboratory Practices


16229
-

Mathematics I


Semester 1; 60 Hours


Introduction to lineal algebra. Linear transformations. Diagonaliza
tion. Quadratic forms. Introduction to
infinitesimal calculus. Differentiation of functions in one variable. Integral of functions in one variable.

Teaching Method
: Lectures. Practical problems. Laboratory Practices.

Assessment
: Written exam. Practical tr
ial using computers.


16230
-

Chemical Fundamentals


Semester 1; 75 Hours


Structure of the atom. Chemical bound. Intermolecular forces. Solids. Dissolutions. Acid
-
base reactions. Oxidation
-
reduction reactions. Representative elements. Metallurgy. Inorgani
c Chemistry and Environment.

Teaching Method
: Lectures. Practical problems. Laboratory Practices.

Assessment
: Written exam. Assessment of the laboratory practices.


16231
-

Fundamentals of Computer Science

Semester 1; 60 Hours


Introduction to Computer Scie
nce. Introduction to UNIX. Information Codes. Programs and Algorithms: Data and
Expressions, Structures of Control, Subprograms, Arrays, Files. Programming in C. Computer Architecture.
Peripherals.

Teaching Method
: Lectures. Practical problems . Laboratory

practices.

Assessment
: Written exam and oral exam.


16232
-

Chemical Laboratory

Semester 1; 30 Hours


Health and security in the laboratory. Basic techniques and operations.

Teaching Method
: Lectures. Practical problems. Laboratory Practices.

Assessment
: Written exam. Practical trial using computers.


IV
-
3


16233
-

Mathematics II


Semester 2; 60 Hours


Integral Calculus in one variable. Differential Calculus in more than one variable. Differential equations.

Teaching Method
: Lectures. Practical problems.

Asse
ssment
: Written exam


16234
-

Physical Chemistry

Semester 2; 60 Hours


Equilibrium. Gaseous state. Molecular solutions. Thermodynamic reactions. Chemical Equilibrium. Electrolytes.
Chemical reaction kinetics. Homogeneous catalysis. Heterogeneous catalysis.

Teaching Method
: Lectures. Practical problems.

Assessment
: Written exam.


16235
-

Physics II


Semester 2; 60 Hours


Electrical Field. Conductors and capacitors. Electro
-
kinetics. Magnetic Field. Electromagnetic Induction. Waves.

Teaching Method
: Lecture
s. Practical problems. Laboratory practical

Assessment
: Written exam. Assessment of the laboratory practical


16236
-

Experimentation in Chemistry I

Semester 2; 30 Hours


Experiments in the laboratory

Teaching Method
: Laboratory practical

Assessment
: Asses
sment of the laboratory practical


16237
-


Statistical Methods in Engineering

Semester 2; 60 Hours


Data description, Uni
-
dimensional distributions. Muti
-
dimensional variables distributions. Probability and its
properties. Random variables. Distribution mo
dels. Introduction to statistical inference. Punctual estimation. Interval
estimation. Hypothesis test.

Teaching Method
: Lectures. Practical problems.

Assessment
: Written exam. Practical problems assessment


16238
-


Organic Chemistry

Semester 2; 60 Hours


Structure and Properties of Organic Components. Systematic Study of Carbon Compounds. Natural Products.

Teaching Method
: Lectures. Practical problems.

Assessment
: Written exam.



SECOND YEAR

16239
-


Chemical Analysis

Semester 1; 45 Hours


Introduction.
Chemical equilibrium. Acid
-
base equilibrium: volumetric analysis. Complex ion equilibrium:
volumetric analysis. Solubility equilibrium: volumetric analysis. Electrochemistry. Oxidation
-
Reduction volumetric
analysis. Gravimetric techniques. Analysis method
ologies.

Teaching Method
: Lectures. Practical problems.

Assessment
: Written exam.


16240
-


Chemical Reaction Engineering

Semester 1; 70 Hours


Reactors Design. Homogeneous Reactors. Heterogeneous Reactors.

Teaching Method
:. Lectures. Practical problems.

Assessment
: Written exam.


16241
-


Basic Operations I


IV
-
4

Semester 1; 75 Hours


Study of mass and energy balances, fluid movement, heat transfer and mass transfer separation operations.

Teaching Method
:. Lectures. Practical problems.

Assessment
: Written exam
. Assessment of practical work.


16242
-


Experimentation in Chemical Engineering I

Semester 1; 60 Hours


Experiment the concepts of the Physical
-
Chemistry and Basic Operations. courses

Teaching Method
: Laboratory practices

Assessment
: Assessment of labor
atory practices.


16243
-


Chemical Engineering Materials

Semester 1; 45 Hours


Metallic materials in chemical engineering. Polymeric materials in chemical engineering. Ceramic materials in
chemical engineering. Compounds materials in chemical engineering.

Teaching Method
:. Lectures. Practical problems. Laboratory practices.

Assessment
: Written exam. Assessment of laboratory practices.


16244
-


Mathematical Methods in Chemical Engineering I

Semester 1; 45 Hours


Numeric calculus in non linear equations, int
egrals solving, linear systems, interpolation, numeric solution of
problems of initial value.

Teaching Method
:. Lectures. Practical problems. Laboratory practices.

Assessment
: Written exam. Assessment of laboratory practices. Laboratory exam.


16245
-


Anal
ytical Instrumental Techniques

Semester 2; 30 Hours


Instrumental Analysis. Potentiometric methods. Voltametry. Optical methods. Optical Spectroscopy. Molecular
spectroscopy. Atomic spectroscopy. Emission spectroscopy. Introduction to chromatography.

Tea
ching Method
:. Lectures.

Assessment
: Written exam.


16246
-


Chemical Experimentati on II

Semester 2; 60 Hours


Quantitative analysis techniques and their application in real samples.

Teaching Method
:. Laboratory practices

Assessment
: Assessment of laborat
ory practices.


16247
-


Control of Chemical Processes and Instrumentation I

Semester 2; 60 Hours


Introduction. Instrumental systems. Systems representation and math tools. Simple systems modelling. First order
systems. Second order systems and higher ord
er systems. Basic control actions. Feedback control systems.
Measurement systems I. Measurement systems II. Valves. Industrial applications.

Teaching Method
: Lectures. Practical problems. Laboratory practices

Assessment
: Written exam. Assessment of lab
oratory practices.


16248
-


Industrial Chemistry I

Semester 2; 60 Hours


Water for obtaining products. Air for obtaining products. Lithosphere for obtaining products. Environment.

Teaching Method
:. Lectures. Practical problems. Laboratory practices.

Assess
ment
: Written exam. Assessment of laboratory practices.


16249
-


Industrial Heating and Cooling

Semester 2; 30 Hours


Concepts on thermal engineering. Heat transfer. Industrial cool and heating. Industrial combustion. Heat generation.
Vapour generators, va
pour and gas turbines.

Teaching Method
: Lectures. Practical problems.

Assessment
: Written exam.


IV
-
5



16250
-


Electronic and Electric Technology

Semester 2; 45 Hours


Electrostatic and electrical magnitudes. Electric circuits. Transients. AC signals and circ
uits. Semiconductors.
Diodes. Installations: industrial and housing. CC Machines. CA Machines. Induction Engines.

Teaching Method
:. Lectures. Practical problems. Laboratory practices.

Assessment
: Written exam. Assessment of laboratory practices.



THIRD Y
EAR


16260
-


Business Administration and Production Organisation I

Semester 1; 60 Hours


The enterprise and the market. Business decisions. Management Support.

Teaching Method
: Lectures.

Assessment
: Written exam. Continuos work.


16261
-


Experimentation i
n Chemical Engineering II

Semester 2; 60 Hours


Heat transmission. Distillation. Rectification. Crystallization. Tanks. Milling.

Teaching Method
: Lectures. Practical exercises. Laboratory practices.

Assessment
: ??


16262
-

Technical Office


Semester 1; 60
Hours


Functions developed in the technical manufacturing office. Procedures for organising the production department.
Introduction to carrying out technical studies. Project management.

Teaching Method:
Lectures.

Assessment
: Written exam. Practical work
.


16263
-

Basic Operations II

Semester 1; 60 Hours


Flow around Immersed Corps. Solid particles characterisation. Size reduction. solids blends. Mechanical
separations. Fluid based separations. Solids Drying. Crystallization.

Teaching Method:
Lectures.

Assessment
: Written exam.


16264
-


Industrial Chemical Analysis

Semester 1; 60 Hours


Methodology. Further Analytical Techniques Applied to the Industry. Analysis of Industrial Materials.

Teaching Method
: Lectures. Practical exercises. Laboratory practi
ces.

Assessment
: Written exam. Assessment of laboratory practices.


16265
-


Chemical Process Control and Instrumentation II

Semester 1; 30 Hours


Continuous Linear Systems. Control Systems Design.

Teaching Method
: Lectures. Practical exercises. Laboratory
practices.

Assessment
: ??


16266
-

Industrial Chemistry II

Semester 2; 70 Hours


The Lithosphere as source of resources: petrol, petrochemical industry, synthetic polymers . The biosphere as source
of resources: plants and fats. Industrial Safety and Health
.

Teaching Method:
Lectures.

Assessment
: Written exam.




IV
-
6

16267
-


Final Project

Once all the obligatory courses have been collected, a Final Project has to be worked out. It also has to be defended
by the author in front of a committee of Professors appo
inted by the School
-
Board. Both requirements need to be
successfully me before receiving the official Diploma (Bachelor Degree).


OPTIONAL COURSES


16214
-


Business Administration and Production Organisation II

Semester 2; 45 Hours


Economy. Economic syste
ms. Economy in Spain. Business and businessmen. Type of business. Juridical Protection
of the businessmen. Corporations. Limited liability companies. Money markets. Financial support.

Teaching Method
: Lectures.

Assessment
: Written exam. Continuos work.


16251
-


Drawing in Chemical Engineering

Semester 1; 45 Hours


Standard symbols used in chemical engineer. Standards for drawing schemes and diagrams. Software for graphical
Expression in Chemical Engineering.

Teaching Method
: Lectures. Practical problems.

Assessment
: Written exam. Assessment of practices


16252
-


Industrial Inorganic Compounds

Semester 1; 45 Hours


Ceramics. Silicones. Pigments and charges in painting. Metallurgy. Compounds.

Teaching Method
: Lectures. Laboratory Practices.

Assessment
:
Written exam. Assessment of practical works.


16253
-


Mathematical Methods in Chemical Engineering II

Semester 1; 45 Hours


Statistic Methods in Chemical Engineering.

Teaching Method
:. Lectures. Practical problems. Laboratory practices.

Assessment
: Writt
en exam. Assessment of laboratory practices.


16254
-


Electrochemical Corrosion

Semester 1; 30 Hours


Metallic corrosion. Polarization and corrosion currents. Protection techniques.

Teaching Method
: Lectures. Practical problems. Practical laboratory.

Ass
essment
: Written exam. Assessment of practical laboratory.


16255
-


Health, Safety and Ergonomics

Semester 1; 30 Hours


Risks. Safety. Fire. Health. Pollution. Ergonomic. Legislation.

Teaching Method
:. Lectures. Practical problems.

Assessment
: Written e
xam.


16256
-


Fluids Mechanics

Semester 1; 30 Hours


Definitions. Fluids statics. Fluids kinematics and dynamics. Endurance of pipes. Systems of pipes. Noise
measurements. Fluids lifting.

Teaching Method
: Lectures. Practical problems. Practical laborator
y.

Assessment
: Written exam. Assessment of practical laboratory.


16257
-


Quality Control in Industrial Chemical Laboratories

Semester 2; 45 Hours


Fundamentals of Quality Control. Quality Systems Documents. Quality Assessment. Quality and Analytical
Lab
oratories. Sampling. Quality and Calibration. Reference Materials. Program of Quality Insurance.

Teaching Method
: Lectures. Practical problems. Practical laboratory.


IV
-
7

Assessment
: Written exam. Assessment of practical laboratory.


16258
-


Environmental Con
trol and Analysis

Semester 2; 45 Hours


Environmental impact. Environmental pollution. Control of atmospheric pollution. Water quality. Liquid and solid
waste. Noise.

Teaching Method
: Lectures. Practical laboratory.

Assessment
: Written exam. Assessment o
f practical laboratory.


16259
-


Auxiliary Services in Chemical Industry

Semester 2; 45 Hours


Introduction. Termic and Power Services. Mecanic and Power services. Operative Services. Other Services.

Teaching Method
:. Lectures. Practical problems.

Assess
ment
: Written exam. Practical works.


16270
-


Modelling and Simulation

Semester 2; 45 Hours


?

Teaching Method
:?

Assessment
: ?.


16271
-


Water Waste Treatment

Semester 2; 60 Hours


Contamination. Volume of Waste Water. Composition of Waste Water. Unitary
Physical Operations. Unitary
Biological Processes. Anaerobic and Aerobic Biological cleansing. Biologic Elimination of nutrients. Mud
treatment. Soft technologies.

Teaching Method
: Lectures. Practical exercises. Practical project

Assessment
: Written exa
m. Assessment of the practical work


16272
-

Solid Waste Treatment

Semester 1; 45 Hours


Introduction. Urban Solid Waste Treatment. Urban Solid Waste Evacuation. Industrial Waste. Toxic and Dangerous
Waste.

Teaching Method
: Lectures. Practical exercises.
Practical project

Assessment
: Written exam. Assessment of the practical work


16273
-


Atmospheric Pollution

Semester 2; 30 Hours


General aspects of atmospheric pollution. Methodologies for measuring the atmospheric pollution. Causes for the
atmospheric p
ollution. Meteorological factors and dispersion. Height and design of chimneys. Principles for
reducing pollution in gasses. Particles elimination. Deodorizing. Legislation.

Teaching Method
: Lectures.

Assessment
: Written exam.


16274
-


Environmental Meas
urements

Semester 2; 45 Hours

Measurements in

the environment. Validation tests applied to measurements. Calibration. Sampling. Designing and
optimization of experiments. Quality administration of contaminants measurements.

Teaching Method
: Lectures. Prac
tical exercises. Laboratory practices.

Assessment
: Written exam. Assessment of the practical work


16275
-


Analytical Separation Techniques

Semester 1; 45 Hours


Separation Techniques. Chromatographic Techniques. Gasses Chromatography. Liquid Chromatograph
y.
Supercritic fluids extraction and chromatography. Capillar Electrophoresis.

Teaching Method
: Lectures. Practical exercises using computers. Laboratory practices.

Assessment
: Written exam. Assessment of the practical work



IV
-
8

16276
-


Quality Control in Foo
d Industry

Semester 2; 60 Hours


Composition of Food. Basic Analysis of Food. Additives. Food Microbiology. Food contaminants. Packing.
Analysis of Fats. Analysis of preserved foods. Analysis of Wine. Analysis of Flour. Analysis of Meet. Analysis of
Drin
kable Water.

Teaching Method
: Lectures. Practical problems. Laboratory practices.

Assessment
: Written exam. Assessment of laboratory practices.


16277
-


Automatic Analysis Methods

Semester 2; 30 Hours


General Aspects. Previous Operations Automating. Conti
nuous flux analysers. Discontinuous analysers.
Instrumentation automating. Processes Analysers, Automating in Environment.

Teaching Method
: Lectures. Practical exercises. Laboratory practices.

Assessment
: Written exam. Assessment of the practical work


16
278
-


Analytical Chemometrics

Semester 2; 45 Hours


Teaching Method
: Lectures. Practical exercises. Laboratory practices.

Errors in experiments. Validation tests applied to measurements. Sampling and quality control. Calibration.
Experimental design and op
timisation.

Assessment
: Written exam. Assessment of the practical work


16279
-


Industrial Information Technology

Semester 1; 45 Hours


Teaching Method
:?

Assessment
: ?.


16280
-


Equipment in Industrial Chemistry

Semester 2; 60 Hours


Diagrams of Processes
. Fluids: Pipes, valves, pumping,, transporting gasses, heat transference. Recipients. Solids:
Equipment for transporting solids, solid
-
fluid separation.

Teaching Method
: Lectures. Practical exercises. Laboratory practices.

Assessment
: Written exam. Asses
sment of the practical work


16281
-


Digital Control

Semester 2; 30 Hours


Teaching Method
:?

Assessment
: ?.


16282
-


Strategies in Chemical Process Design

Semester 2; 45 Hours


Introduction to Design. Flowcharts. Power. Heat interchange. Heat Interchange N
etworks Design. Services. Cost
analysis.

Teaching Method
: Lectures. Practical exercises. Practical work

Assessment
: Written exam. Assessment of the practical work


16394
-


Practices

Semester 2; 45 Hours


The student should look for an enterprise where he

will stay doing a technical activity.

Teaching Method
: The student will have an engineer responsible in the company and a professor in the School.
They should advise to the student in their work.

Assessment:
The responsible professor should assign a mark
to the student from a final report.


1?????
-


Structure in Chemical Buildings

Semester 2; 45 Hours


Steel. Concrete. Glass. P.V.C. Covers. Bituminous Materials. Welded Joins. Project. Structures. Earth. Pathologies.

Teaching Method
: ??

Assessment
: ??