The second course in the Certificate in Chemical Engineering for Non-Chemical Engineers provides deeper knowledge about chemical processing plants. It is useful for individuals working or dealing with chemical industries, including oil and gas extraction and refining plants, water and wastewater treatment plants, mineral processing plants, and food and beverage plants.
Each week has a one-hour pre-recorded session with the instructor. There is a total of five hours of pre-recorded sessions in this course.
- Week 1: Process Engineering Discipline Deliverables
- Week 2: Process Engineering Standards and Codes
- Week 3: Process Engineering Concepts
- Week 4: Process Industries Elements: Equipment and Pipes (Concepts)
- Week 5: Principles of Material Change
What You Will Learn
- Documents in chemical engineering projects and plants including BFD (Block Flow Diagram), PFD (Process Flow Diagram), Plot Plan, and P&ID (Piping & Instrumentation Diagram)
- Calculations, study reports, SOP (Standard Operating Procedure), scope definition document, and common standards and codes in chemical engineering
- Process engineering concepts such as material phases (solids, liquids, and gases)
- Phase behaviour, gas laws, material properties, and chemical changes
- Transfer phenomena: heat and mass transfer
- Concepts behind equipment used in chemical plants
NotesBy enrolling in this course, you will be automatically enrolled in the Certificate in Chemical Engineering for Non-Chemical Engineers.
- Chemical plant operators (field operators and panel operators)
- Maintenance personnel and supervisors
- Mechanical and Electrical Engineers
- Control & Instrumentation Engineers and technicians
- Reliability Engineers and Asset Managers
- Environmental Engineers and technicians