Petrochemical Engineering (CHE 364.3)

Recent/Current Offerings

Syllabus / Public content Section Term Instructor
CHE 364 01 September 2016 Jaafar Soltan Mohammadzadeh (primary instructor)

Description

The petrochemical industry is a significant employer of chemical engineers. This course covers the fundamental chemistry, reactions and separations involved in the value-added processing of refinery products such as ethylene, sulfur, medium heating value gas, etc. An emphasis will be placed on the use of petrochemical properties in the engineering design and operation of petroleum value-added processes. The focus will be centered on chemical industries and feed stocks associated with Saskatchewan and Western Canada. The chemistry and concerns of petrochemical pollutants will also be discovered.

Prerequisite(s)

CHE 220 and CHEM 250.

Note

Offered in alternate years.

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