B.Eng. Chemical and Process Engineering (Hons)

London South Bank University Department of Education
En London (Inglaterra)

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  • Bachelor's degree
  • London (Inglaterra)
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Chemical engineering covers the development, design and operation of processes in which materials undergo chemical reactions and/or physical changes to produce products ranging from petrol to plastics, medicines to food and drink. The Chemical and Process Engineering (Hons) is offered by London South Bank University.

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Inicio Ubicación
31 agosto 2016
London
103 Borough Road, SE1 0AA, London, Inglaterra
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¿Qué aprendes en este curso?

Chemical Engineering
Design
Mathematics
Engineering
Process Engineering
GCSE Mathematics

Temario

Course Content Modules

The course places an emphasis on the traditional elements of chemical engineering which underpin design in the oil and chemical sectors of the process industries. Mathematics and thermodynamics are essential supporting disciplines here, and study of these leads on to in-depth analysis of chemical reaction, distillation, fluid flow and heat transfer. In your final year, besides advanced topics such as reactor design and distillation, the course focuses on the relationship between industry and its environment. You'll work with other students on a challenging exercise to design a complete manufacturing process from scratch.

Year 1
  • Engineering principles
  • Design and practice
  • Engineering mathematics and modelling
  • Introduction to chemical and petroleum engineering
Year 2
  • Transfer and separation processes
  • Chemical engineering design and practice 2
  • Thermodynamics
  • Principles of separation and reaction
  • Advanced engineering mathematics and modelling
  • Principles of control
Year 3
  • Chemical and petroleum engineering design project
  • Advanced processes 1 (separation and control), Advanced processes 2 (fluids and control)
  • Pollution control technologies
  • Environmental and safety management
  • Clean process technology
  • Innovation and enterprise