Transport Phenomena

The students will be introduced to the basic principles and application of heat and mass transfer engineering. The understanding from this course will lead to better understanding in distillation, absorption, liquid-liquid extraction, membrane separation, leaching, evaporation and other chemical processes. 1. Explain the equation, which relate to heat and mass transfer system for steady state and unsteady state conditions. 2. Calculate the rate of transfer (mass or heat) using empirical equations for every system. Malaysia-Japan International Institute of Technology UTMKL Lecture and Discussion, Cooperative Learning, Group Projects week 1, week 2 – 3, etc. AP Dr. Kenichi Yoneda conditional SMJC 2253 3 Sem 4 1. Geankoplis, C.J., 2003. Transport Processes and Separation Processes Principles, 4th Ed., Prentice Hall. 2. McCabe, W. L., Smith J.C. and Harriot, P., 1993. Unit Operation of Chemical engineering, 5th Ed., McGraw-Hill International, Assignment, Test, Final Examination AP Dr. Kenichi Yoneda

Physical Chemistry for Chemical Engineer

This course introduces the fundamental of physical principles that govern the properties and behavior of chemical systems. Three important areas are introduced: review on thermodynamics, electrochemical systems and kinetics. In thermodynamics, students will learn the interrelationship of various equilibrium properties of the system and its changes in processes. In electrochemical systems, electric potential that lead to the determination of thermodynamic properties in the electrochemical cells will be discussed. In kinetics, rate processes of chemical reactions, diffusion, adsorption and molecular collisions are included. 1. Apply the concepts of thermodynamics and chemical kinetics theories to the complex systems. 2. Analyze the properties of various complex systems. 3. Evaluate the thermodynamics properties of complex systems. Malaysia-Japan International Institute of Technology UTMKL Lecture and Discussion, Co-operative Learning, Independent Study, Group homework. week 1, week 2 – 3, etc. Prof. Dr. Mohamed Mahmoud El Sayed Nasef conditional SMJC 2233 3 Sem 4 1. Peter Atkins, Julio de Paula, Physical Chemistry, Oxford University Press, 10th Edition, 2014 (main text book). 2. Ira N. Levine, Physical Chemistry, 6th ed, McGraw Hill, New York, 2009. 3. Thomas Engel and Philip Reid., Physical Chemistry, 2nd ed., Pearson, New Jersey, 2010. Assignment, Quiz, test, Final Examination Prof. Dr. Mohamed Mahmoud El SayedNasef
Dr.Nurulbahiyah Ahmad Khairudin,

Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics

Through this course, students will learn chemical engineering thermodynamic theory and applications in the areas of volumetric properties of fluids, heat effects, thermodynamics properties of fluids, thermodynamics of solutions, and physical and chemical equilibria 1. Apply the thermodynamics equations for chemical process; thermodynamic properties, solution thermodynamics and chemical-reaction equilibrium. 2. Analyse relevant thermodynamics principles for specific chemical process; application in VLE, LLE and reaction equilibria. 3. Solve thermodynamic problems in a chemical process engineering using chemical thermodynamics principles. 4. Ability to work in team efficiently to accomplish the assigned task or project. Malaysia-Japan International Institute of Technology UTMKL Lecture and Discussion, Cooperative Learning, Group Projects week 1, week 2, etc. Dr Liew Peng Yen conditional SMJC 2243 3 Sem 4 1. Smith, J.M., Van Ness, H.C. and Abbott, M. M., 2004. Introduction to Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics, 7th Ed., McGraw Hill, New York. 2. Kyle, B.G., 2003. Chemical and Process Thermodynamics, 2nd Edition, Prentice Hall, New York. 3. Walas, S.M., 1985. Phase Equilibria in Chemical Engineering, Butterworth-Heinemann, New York. Assignments, Quiz, Projects, Test, Final Examination Dr Liew Peng Yen
Prof. Dr.Tomoya Tsuji,

Organic Chemistry I

This course discusses the chemistry of alkanes and the fundamental concepts of functional groups in organic compounds. The functional groups include alkenes, alkynes, aromatic hydrocarbons, alcohols, phenols, organohalogens, ethers, epoxides, and their derivatives. In each topic, the students will be introduced to the structures of the functional groups and the nomenclatures (common names and IUPAC names). Physical properties, preparations, reactions and visual tests will also be discussed. Inter-conversion of the related functional groups and their reaction mechanisms are also included. 1. Applynames and properties of organic compounds according to their functional groups. 2. Describe chemical reactions to synthesise organic compounds and inter conversion to different functional groups. 3. Explain mechanisms and intermediates in organic reactions based on stability of reactive species and stereochemistry. Malaysia-Japan International Institute of Technology UTMKL Lecture, Tutorial, ProblemSolving, Group Assignment week 1, week 2, etc. AP Dr Hirofumi Hara conditional SMJC 1003 3 Sem 2 1. Wade, L.G. Jr., 2012. Organic Chemistry, 8th Ed., Prentice Hall, NJ, USA. McMurry, J., 2011. 2. Organic Chemistry . 8th Ed., Thomson Brooks/Cole, USA, 2008. 3. Bruice P.Y. 2010. Organic Chemistry, 6th Ed., Pearson International Edition, USA, 2007. 4. Solomon T.W.G. and Fryhle, C.B., 2009. Organic Chemistry, 10th Ed., John Wiley & Sons, Inc., USA, 2008. 5. Smith, G., 2010. Organic Chemistry. 3rd Ed., McGraw-Hill Int. Ed., NY, USA, 2006. 6. Carey F.A., 2010. Organic Chemistry. 8th Ed., McGraw Hill, New York, USA. Quiz, Assessment, Test, Final Examination AP Dr Hirofumi Hara
Prof. Dr. Zuriati Zakaria
Prof. Dr. Norio Sugiura,,