UNIBEN 200 level Chemical Engineering courses (1st and 2nd semester)
Hi guys. Today on Uniben news, we’ll be taking a look at the courses offered by 200 level Chemical Engineering Uniben students.
If you’ve not seen the courses offered by 100 level engineering students in uniben, see it here – UNIBEN 100 level Engineering courses (1st and 2nd semester).
Unlike 100 level where all engineering students offer the same courses in Uniben, 200 level is slightly different.
One or two differences made sure that all engineering 200 level students don’t do exactly the same course.
Our emphasis on this article is on Chemical Engineering. Let’s take a look at the courses offered by 200 level Chemical engineering students in Uniben.
UNIBEN 200 level Chemical Engineering 1st-semester courses (University of Benin)
|Engineering Mathematics I||EMA 281||2|
|Engineering Mechanics I||MEE 211||3|
|Engineering Drawing I||MEE 221||3|
|Electrical Engineering I||EEE 211||3|
|Strength of Materials||CVE 211||3|
|Manufacturing Technology I||PRE 211||2|
|Introduction to Chemical Engineering I||CHE 211||2|
|Engineering in Society||ENS 211||2|
|Laboratory /Workshop practice I||ELA 211||2|
|Engineering Computer Programming||ECP281||2|
UNIBEN 200 level Chemical Engineering courses 2nd-semester courses (University of Benin)
|Engineering Mechanics II||MEE 212||3|
|Engineering Drawing II||MEE 222||3|
|Electrical Engineering II||EEE 212||3|
|Material Science||CHE 222||3|
|Introduction to Chemical Engineering II||CHE 212||2|
|Manufacturing Technology II||PRE 212||2|
|Laboratory / Workshop practice II||ELA 202||2|
|ENGINEERING Mathematics II||EMA 282||4|
CHE 211: INTRODUCTION TO CHEMICAL ENGINEERING I (2 CREDITS)
Philosophy and evolution of Chemical Engineering, Definition of Chemical Engineering: Principles and Practice, Chemical Engineers and the Nigeria Society, Chemical, Processes Industries in Nigeria, What some Chemical Engineers do for a living, Introduction to Chemical Engineering Calculations; Units and Dimension; Conversions of Units, System of Units; Force and Weight; Numerical Calculation and Estimation; Dimensional Homogeneity and Dimensionless Quantities; Process Data Representation and Analysis, Process and Process Variables: Mass and Volume; Flow rate; Chemical Composition; Pressure; Temperature.
CHE212 INTRODUCTION TO CHEMICAL ENGINEERING II (2 CREDITS)
Fundamental of Material Balances, Process Classification, Material Balances Calculations, Recycles and Bypass, Balances of Reactive Processes, Combustion Reactions, Some Additional Consideration about Chemical Processes (Separation Techniques ), Fundamentals of Energy Balances, Forms of Energy: The First Law of Thermodynamics, Kinetic and Potential Energy, Energy Balances and Closed System, Energy Balances on Open System at Steady State, Tables of Thermodynamic Data, Energy Balance Procedures, Introduction to Process Flow sheeting.
Colligative properties: Boiling point, vapour, Pressure lowering, elevation, freezing point, depression, osmotic pressure, molecular weight determination of colligative properties.
Phase equilibria: Phase rule, phase diagrams cooling curves and fractional distillation.
MATERIAL SCIENCE (3 CREDITS)
A topic Structure: Review of atomic structure and bonding in materials. Atomic and molecular structure, molecular, crystals and amorphous structure. The metallic state, Defects in crystals, Electronic structures and processes (conductors, semiconductors and insulators). Alloy Theory: A simplified introduction to alloy theory illustrated by the Pb-Sn and Fe-C system. Application to industrially important alloys.
Engineering Properties of Materials: engineering properties of materials and their control through changes in structure (Hot and Cold-Working of metals, heat-treatment of steel, annealing, etc.). Failure of metals (Creep, fracture and fatigue). Corrosion and corrosion control.
Non-Metallic Materials: Non-metallic materials and their properties (glass, natural and synthetic rubber, plastics, ceramics and wood).