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    KİMYA MÜHENDİSLİĞİ DOKTORA PROGRAMI

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    SPECIAL TOPICS IN CHEMICAL ENGINEERING I

    Advanced topics vary from year to year according to interest of students and faculty

    ADVANCED CHEMICAL REACTION ENGINEERING
    Catalytic reactions, catalyst design, preparation, characterization, heat and diffusional effects in heterogeneous catalytic reactions, multiphase reactors, slurry reactors, trickle bed reactors, fluidized bed reactors, nonideal reactors, modeling real reactors.

    LIFE CYCLE ANALYSIS IN CHEMICAL INDUSTRIES

    The aim of the course is to aid postgraduate students in becoming environmentally knowledgeable and skilled and dedicated chemical enginners who are willing to work toward achieving and/or maintaining a dynamic equilibrium between chemical engineering practices and the quality of the environment. To meet this end the following topics are covered in the lectures. Depletion and pollution of Earth’s resources. Possible contributions of the chemical engineer toward sustainable chemical technologies and a sustainable biosphere by recycling and utilization of residues and used products-reducing the consumption of resources and energy. Reducing the amount of potential pollutants at source. Use of Life Cycle Analysis (LCA) as a tool for minimizing environmental impact of chemical processes. Various forms of LCA are applied to a number of chemical processes and new LCA techniques are explored.

    ADVANCED COURSE IN HEAT AND MASS TRANSFER

    Steady, unsteady and multidimensional conduction in different geometries. Basic equations for convection, laminar, free and forced convection. Turbulent convection. Analogy between heat and momentum transfer. Radiative energy transfer in enclosures with and without an absorbing emitting medium. Mechanism andtheory of mass transport. Transfer under laminar and turbulent flow conditions and with large fluxes. Mass transfer and simultaneous chemical reaction. Multicomponent systems. Applications in specific unit operations.

    PROTEOMICS AND MASS SPECTROMETRY
    Characterisation and identification of macromolecules by using mass spectrometry. Course is supported by a series of experiments in the department’s laboratories. Course cover a variety of research projects. The initial plan of work is prepared by the instructer and the student starts th mini project. Reports of progress are written each mounth and, at the end of the first semester the student gives a short oral presentation to the department.

    NANOMATERIALS AND APPLICATIONS
    Introduction. Properties of nanomaterials: electrical and optical, superconducting, magnetic, mechanical properties. Characterization of nanomaterials. Nanoparticles production method, applications of nanomaterials. Special nanomaterials.

    STRUCTURE, PROPERTY AND PROCESSING RELATIONS IN POLYMERS
    Effect of monomer structure and chain length on the morphology and mechanical properties of polymers. Polymer statistic. Thermodynamics of polymer solutions. Polymer crystallization theory. Principles of polymer rheology. Effect of rheological properties on polymer processing and product structure.
     
    COAL UTILIZATION & TECHNOLOGY
    Coal classifidation systems. Physical, chemical and plastic properties of coals. Analytical techniques in coal characterization. Benefication, carbonization, gas,f,cat,on and liquefaction of coals and latest technologies. Environmental aspects of coal utilization.

    PRINCIPLES OF BIOTECHNOLOGY
    Biotechnology is the controlled and deliberate application of simple biological agents in technically useful operations. In this course we will first deal with basic principles and then with a range of illustrative examples of practical biotechnology and some of its problems.

     SPECIAL TOPICS IN CHEMICAL ENGINEERING II
    Advanced topics vary from year to year according to interest of students and faculty

    COMPUTATIONS IN PHASE EQUILIBRIA
    Multicomponent vapor-liquid and liquid-liquid equilibriun systems. Computer calculations is gas and liquid phases for non-ideal systems.

    MEMBRANE PROCESSES

    Membrane concept. Principles of membrane separations and applications in biotechnology. Membrane preparation techniques, applications of membranes in stream purification in product recovery and in industrial

    ADVANCED FLUID FLOW
    Inviscid fluid, euler equation, bernoulli equation, kelvin’s theorem, irrational motion, stoke’s stream function, vorticity; analytical and numerical solutions of Navier-Stokes equation; creeping flow equation, introduction to lubrication theory; vorticity transport equation, laminar boundary layers, turbulent boundary layers, introduction to turbulence.

    ADVANCED SEPARATION PROCESSES

    Barrier separation processes, stage and continuous contacting operations. Residence time distribution in flow reactors; probability theory; method of moments; brownian motion, diffusion and sedimentation.

    COMPUTER AIDED PROCESS PLANT DESIGN

    Materials and energy balances, data bases for properties. Design of unit operations. Equipment flow sheeting.

    ADVANCED PROCESS CONTROL
    Systrem models, system matrices, state space characterization of multivariable systems, discrete-time systems and z-transforms. Liapunov theroy; definitions of stability and applications to linear and nonlinear control theory, quadratic optimal control problems.

    ENZYME AND FERMATATION TECHNOLOGY

    Industrial enzymes used in different industral applications, isolation, identification and characterization of industrial enzyme producing microorganisms, criteria of fermantation raw materials, instrumentation and control in fermentation systems, control strategy for fermentation, modelling in fermentation processes.

    METABOLIC ENGINEERING

    Microorganism as a microbioreactors; industrially important microorganisms. Influence of bioreactor operation conditions on the bioreaction networks and regulation of metabolic pathways: fermentation physiology. Principles of metabolic engineering: determination of the metabolic bottlenecks. Metabolic control analysis. Thermodynamic analysis of cellular pathways. Pathways design.

     

     

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