Chemical Engineering

Compared to process manufacturing, chemical engineering is as ancient. The history derives from the processes of fermentation and evaporation performed by early civilizations. Modern chemical engineering originated in the second half of the 19th century with the production of large-scale, chemical-manufacturing operations. To solve technical problems, chemical engineering blends a history in chemistry with principles in engineering and economics. An in-depth knowledge of chemistry, mechanical engineering, and fluid dynamics are vital skills needed in chemical engineering.

 

Sub-Tracks

  • Etymology
  • Process design and analysis
  • Chemical reaction engineering,
  • Heat-transfer equipment
  • New concepts and innovations in chemical Engineering
  • Nuclear engineering
  • Safety and hazard assessments
  • Separation columns (distillation, absorption and extraction)

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