Chemical Engineering for non-chemical engineers
What you'll learn
- Define the roles and responsibilities of a chemical engineer
- Solving engineering problems, and Describe Physical quantities.
- Gaining a deeper understanding of Material balance
- Obtaining a greater understanding of transfer phenomena, and important chemical engineering equipment
- Basic knowledge of Engineering
Welcome to the introduction to chemical engineering
This course is designed For students who try to get an understanding of chemical engineering who wants to get the basic knowledge of chemical engineering and learn about some of the interesting fields of chemical engineering, or you are a graduate chemical engineer or an engineer from another field working in the industrial engineering this course will be at you interest as you will learn all the aspect to help in the industry.
I'm looking forward to teaching you the ABCs of chemical engineering, from the Roles and responsibilities of chemical engineering, alongside some basic knowledge like transfer phenomena as fluid transfer, heat transfer, and mass transfer, last but not least you will learn Reaction engineering, and learn how to control any process to get the desired production rate.
Even with a very little background, you will recognize how important the problem described in this memo would be. Your company could not operate very long if it could not dispose of the acid waste product. The failure of your company would mean the loss of
many jobs and would have a disastrous impact on many individuals and families.
So Don't Hesitate to join me in this journey through chemical engineering.
Who this course is for:
- Undergraduate Chemical Engineers
- Graduate chemical engineers who try to get a brief knowledge of the field
- Engineers who try to understand chemical , or industrial engineering
Welcome to my biography.
I'm Mohamed Fawzy a chemical engineer with 2 years of experience in the Gypsum board, and pulp industry.
Currently, I'm working as a process engineer for almost 3 years in the chemical industry.
I'm looking forward to hearing your opinions.
Have a great day.