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Curriculum
Introduction

The Department of Engineering Chemistry(EC) is to have a central role for both teaching and research in leading the society as well as to devote significant contribution on chemical engineering and technology in the 21st century. The department is making efforts to assist students to be more creative and better devotional leaders in the future. To make students meet such requirements, EC has enhanced its curricula related to basic and applied courses such as new chemical processes, advanced purification and processing methods, and new chemical technologies on the basis of theories and practices. Classrooms and laboratories were also renovated to provide a broad spectrum of high quality academic services and a wide range of top notch facilities for advanced researches.

 

Credit requirements for graduation

The department curriculum has three components: Liberal education requirements(36 Credits), a major(75 Credits), and electives.

 

Yr-Sem-R/E Course (Credit)  Yr-Sem-R/E Course (Credit) 
  1-2-E Introduction in Creative Engineering Design (3)
2-1-R Engineering Chemistry Calculation(3)
2-1-R Physical ChemistryⅠ (3)
2-1-R Organic ChemistryⅠ (3)
2-1-E Engineering MathematicsⅠ (3)
2-1-E Engineering Chemistry Fundamental Lab. (2)

2-2-E Engineering MathematicsⅡ (3)
2-2-E Engineering Chemistry Calculation and Design (4)
2-2-E Physical ChemistryⅡ (3)
2-2-E Organic ChemistryⅡ (3)
2-2-E Thermodynamics Ⅰ (3)
2-2-E Energy System Engineering (3)
3-1-R Transport Processes (3)
3-1-R Unit Process in Organic Synthesis and Design (4)
3-1-E Materials Science and Engineering(3)
3-1-E Industrial Analytical Chemistry (3)
3-1-E Organic Synthesis Lab. (1)
3-1-E Inorganic Chemistry (3)
3-1-E ThermodynamicsⅡ(3)
3-2-R Polymer Chemistry and Design (4)
3-2-R Inorganic Unit Process and Design (4)
3-2-E Unit Operation and Design (4)
3-2-E Industrial Organic Chemistry (3)
3-2-E Instrumental Analysis (3)
3-2-E Instrumental Analysis Lab. (1)
3-2-E Inorganic Unit Process Lab. (1)
4-1-R Electrochemistry and Design (4)
4-1-E Biochemical Engineering (3)
4-1-E Industrial Polymer Chemistry (3)
4-1-E Organic Synthetic Chemistry (3)
4-1-E Industrial Inorganic Chemistry (3)
4-1-E Industry – Academic Seminar (1)
4-2-R Engineering Chemistry Capstone Design (3)
4-2-E Composite Material (3)
4-2-E Fine Chemistry (3)
4-2-E Catalytic Engineering (3)


 

Courses Abstract
Introduction in Creative Engineering Design

This subject aims to interest students in and excite them about engineering, particularly with the creative challenge and reward of engineering design.

Industrial Engineering Chemistry Calculation

Introduces fundamental understanding of physical variables, mass and energy indices to design chemical process.

Physical Chemistry Ⅰ,Ⅱ

Introductory gas law; thermodynamics equilibrium state quantum theory atomic structure; solid state chemistry; spectroscopy.

Organic Chemistry Ⅰ,Ⅱ

Introduction to organic chemistry. Development of basic principles to understand the structure and reactivity of organic molecules. Methods for the synthesis of organic compounds. Special topics illustrating the role of organic chemistry in practice.

Engineering Mathematics Ⅰ,Ⅱ

Mathematical techniques necessary for industrial chemistry topics such as materials response to applied fields, energetics, materials structure and symmetry, physics of solids and soft materials. Topics include linear algebra, quadratic forms, tensor operations, symmetry operations, calculus of several variables, and so on.

Engineering Chemistry Fundamental Lab.

This laboratory course provides how to measure basic physical properties important industrial engineering chemistry such as density, viscosity, heat capacity, and surface tension.

Engineering Chemistry Calculation and Design

This course study about the materials and energy balance to design process related about industrial engineering chemistry

Thermodynamics Ⅰ,Ⅱ

To enhance understanding of the general phenomena in industrial engineering chemistry, 0th, 1st, 2nd and 3rd laws of thermodynamics, many basic concepts of thermodynamics, P-V-T relationships of simple fluid and mixture, phase equilibrium fundamentals, operation of heat engine and pump, solution thermodynamics, chemical reaction

Energy System Engineering

Introductory ultra high-capacity energy-storage-devices and related reaction principles.

Transport Processes

Basic principles of momentum, heat and mass transfer processes such as Newton's law, laminar and turbulent fluid flow concepts for momentum transfer, conduction, convection and radiation heat transfer, Fick's law for mass transfer will be studied.

Unit Process in Organic Synthesis and Design

The aim of this subject is improving knowledge for theoretical study of organic synthetic chemistry and skill to design for the industrial applications.

Materials Science and Engineering

This subject describes the fundamentals of bondiing and structure that is very important concept in materials science. This subject also includes the introduction of thermodynamic functions and laws governing equilibrium properties of polymers, metals and ceramics.

Industrial Analytical Chemistry

Introduce general qualitative and quantitative analytical methods for the modern chemical industry.

Organic Synthesis Lab.

Introduces experimental chemistry for students who are majoring in industrial chemistry. Principles and applications of chemical laboratory techniques, including preparation and analysis of chemical materials, measurement of pH, gas and liquid chromatography, visible-ultraviolet spectrophotometry, infrared spectroscopy, kinetics, data analysis, and elementary synthesis.

Inorganic Chemistry

In this program, we will study of major organic primary products and raw materials, industrially, important materials of the manufacturing process is introduced.

Polymer Chemistry and Design

Studies synthesis of polymeric materials. Chemical pathways include traditional approaches such as anionic, radical condensation, and ring-opening polymerizations as well as new techniques, including ATRP. Micro-architecture includes tacticity, molecular-weight distribution, sequence distributions in copolymers will be discussed.

Inorganic Unit Process and Design

Systematic presentation of the chemical applications of inorganic chemistry. Emphasis is on the raw materials, synthetic theory, synthetic reaction, and process of inorganic chemical compounds.

Unit Operation and Design

This course provides basic concepts of unit operation and design principles of many equipments using in the chemical industry. Design principles of fluid processing and metering equipments, evaporation equipments, distillation and absorption column, adsorption, drying extraction equipments will be studied.

Industrial Organic Chemistry

Theory and production process of organic materials in industry including paints, foods, oils and surfactants.

Instrumental Analysis

Theoretical study of modern analytical instruments. GC, LC, UV, IR, NMR, Mass, AA, spectrophotometer and polarograph.

Instrumental Analysis Lab.

Student project teams investigate the origin of chemical mixture using GC, LC, UV, IR, NMR, Mass, AA, spectrophotometer and polarograph. Goals include using instrumental analysis fundamentals in a practical application. Teams document their progress and final results by means of written and oral communication.

Inorganic Unit Process Lab.

Student learns experimental skills, characterization methods through laboratory scale inorganic chemical experiments.

Electrochemistry and Design

Electrochemistry is the study of phenomena at electrode-solution interfaces. Also introduction to redox equilibrium and electrode potentials.

Biochemical Engineering and Design

This course provides basic biology concepts (microbiology, biochemistry, and molecular biology) and engineering principles for bioprocessing by learning many bioraction mechanism and bioreactor design, operation and control, scale-up, product recovery. Bioreactor design and new trends in biochemical engineering fields will be studied by performing the design term projects.

Industrial Polymer Chemistry

This course provides physical properties of polymeric materials in aspect of thermal transition, mechanical characterization and molecular weights and their distribution. Preparation process of polymeric materials for commercial application will be also discussed.

Organic Synthetic Chemistry

In this program, we will study of major organic primary products and raw materials, industrially, important materials of the manufacturing process is introduced.

Industrial Inorganic Chemistry

Theory and application of inorganic chemistry for practical product. Topic include: review of inorganic chemistry, theory of molecular orbital and acid-base reaction.

Industry-Academic Seminar

The objective of this subject is to learn the state-of-art technology and trends in industry by the invited lecturers from business and government organization and to reduce the distance between academic education and industry. In addition, the information and expectation for the recruit is provided by them.

Engineering Chemistry Capstone Design

In this course, student teams conduct their own research project after join to each department laboratory. Teams document their progress and final results by means of written graduation thesis and presentation.

Composite Materials

The electrical, optical and mechanical properties of composites are presented with respect to the underlying physics and physical chemistry of materials in melt, solution and solid state.

Fine Chemistry

This subject will introduce the relationship between physical properties and chemical structure of fine chemicals. Emphasize real application of fine chemical product to daily life.

Catalytic Engineering

Theory and fundamental understanding of catalyst will be presented. Emphasize functions, design and process of catalyst.

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