Program tanımları
Doctor of Philosophy Programme
The Ph.D represents the last formal stage of academic training for an engineer, and can lead to avariety of careers in industry, government, and academia. The Ph.D. program aims to teach students to conduct research, to develop the maturity of judgment necessary for critical, creative, and independent thinking, and to contribute to scientific and engineering knowledge in a particular area of scholarship. The conduct of this research, as well as the versatility expected of a productive member of the profession, also requires a breadth of knowledge of chemical engineering fundamentals and their application.
The program consists of a set of graduate courses, independent research, and defense of a Ph.D. thesis based on this research. The program requires 21 hours of graduate course work from department-approved graduate courses in the basic or applied sciences and engineering.
DERS İÇERİKLERİ
CHE 505 Transport Phenomena I (3-0)3 (Core courses for M.Sc. degree)
Transport by molecular motion, a review of viscosity, thermal conductivity, diffusivity, transport in laminar flow in one dimension, momentum, energy and shell balances. Equations of change in isothermal, nonisothermal and multi component systems. Transport in laminar flow with two independent variables.
CHE 522 Advanced Heat Transfer (3-0)3 (Core courses for M.Sc. degree)
Steady, unsteady, multidimensional conduction in different geometries. Basic equations for convection, laminar, free-forced convection. Turbulent convection. Analogy between heat and momentum transfer. Radioactive energy transfer in enclosures with and without an absorbing emitting medium.
CHE 545 Advanced Reaction Engineering (3-0)3 (Core courses for M.Sc. degree)
Fundamentals of chemically reacting systems with emphasis on synthesis of chemical kinetics and transport phenomena. Topics include: kinetics of gas, liquid, and surface reactions; transition state theory; surface adsorption, diffusion, and desorption processes; mechanism formulation and sensitivity analysis; nonideal flow reactors, residence time distribution and dispersion models; multiphase reaction systems; nonlinear reactor phenomena. Examples drawn from different applications, including heterogeneous catalysis, polymerization, combustion, biochemical systems,and materials processing.
CHE 592 Advanced Thermodynamics (3-0)3 (Core courses for M.Sc. degree)
Solution thermodynamics theory and applicaton, phase equilibria, chemical Reaction Equilibria, Thermodynamic analysis of processes.
CHE 501 Solid State Thermodynamics (3-0)3 (Core courses for M.Sc. degree)
Principles of thermodynamics and development of relations between thermodynamic variables. Equilibrium in thermodynamic systems. Elementary statistical thermodynamics. Thermodynamics of interfaces and defects in solids.
CHE 507 Solution Thermodynamics and Phase Equilibria (3-0)3 (Core courses for M.Sc. degree)
Principles of phase equilibria with application to binary and ternary systems. Relationships between phase diagrams, solution thermodynamics and thermochemistry. Measurements and control of thermodynamics variables. Practical applications of phase diagrams.
CE 501 Advanced Analytical Methods in Engineering (3-0)3 (Core courses for M.Sc. degree)
Heat flow, the method of separation of variables for solving partial differential equations (PDEs), fourier series, nonlinear equations, the method of characteristics, Fourier transform and Laplace transform for solving PDEs. (given by Civil Engineering Department)
CE 502 Advanced Numerical Methods In Engineering (3-0)3 (Core courses for M.Sc. degree)
Finite difference method for solving elliptic, parabolic and hyperbolic equations in one and two dimensions, Rayleigh-Ritz method, irregular regions, derivative boundary conditions, finite element method for solving elliptic, parabolic, and hyperbolic equations in one and two dimensions.
CHE 500 Thesis Non-Credit
A research topic which can be experimental and/or theoretical has to be pursued. It should fulfil the requirements stated in the rules set by Izmir Institute of Technology for Graduate Program.
CHE 502 Phase Equilibria and Statistical Thermodynamics (3-0)3
Principles of heterogeneous equilibria and their application to phase diagrams. Elementary statistical thermodynamics.
CHE 503 Atomic Arrangements in Solids (3-0)3
Description of atomic arrangements in perfect and imperfect crystalline solids, defect chemistry, elements of formal crystallography including development of point groups and space groups.
CHE 504 Imperfections in Crystalline Solids (3-0)3
Relation of lattice defects to the physical and mechanical properties of crystalline solids. Introduction to point imperfections and their relationship to transport properties in metallic, covalent and ionic crystals. Description of the geometric, crystallographic, elastic and energetic properties of dislocations. Relations between dislocations and the mechanical properties of crystals. Introduction to the structure and properties of interfaces in solids.
CHE 506 Rate Processes in Materials (3-0)3
Diffusion and phase transformations in solids. Fick's law and diffusion in alloys. Phase transformation topics, nucleation, growth, diffusional transformations and interphase phenomena.
CHE 508 Transport Phenomena II (3-0)3
Transport in turbulent flow, transport between two phases, interface momentum transfer, interface energy transport, interface mass transfer, transport by radiation, transport in large flow systems.
CHE 509 Ceramic Processing (3-0)3
Principles and methods involved in the synthesis and processing of oxide and non-oxide ceramics. Fundamentals of compound synthesis, precursor preparation, particle size control, purification, solid-fluid phase sintering, grain growth and densification, impurity effects, and processing related defects. Traditional methods; new processing techniques, eg. sol-gel, freeze-dry, etc., for bulk and thin-film preparation.
CHE 510 Crystallization (3-0)3
Review of the nucleation and crystal growth theories, BCF and surface nucleation theories, review of crystal growth techniques from super saturated solutions, melts, gas-phase through CVD and MBE and PVD.
CHE 511 Polymer Physics (3-0)3
Emphasis on statistical analysis of the molecular structure of high polymers. Topics: spatial configuration of the isolated polymer chain, morphology in amorphous and semi-crystalline polymers, polymer blends, liquid crystal polymers, rubber elasticity.
CHE 512 Polymer Chemistry (3-0)3
Emphasizes on the statistical and kinetic aspects of polymer synthesis. Condensation, addition, anionic, cationic and heterogeneous polymerization processes, emphasizing molecular weight, stereoregularity and composition. Molecular structure property relationship used to establish design principles for polymer materials developments. Introduction to techniques for polymer processing.
CHE 513 Techniques for Microstructural Characterization of Materials (3-0)3
Current methods of directly examining the microstructure of materials. Optical microscopy, SEM, field-ion microscopy, TEM, x-ray topography, STEM.
CHE 514 Plastics Engineering (3-0)3
Chemistry of polymerization, mechanisms in polymerization reactions. Production, properties and fabrication of plastic materials of industrial importance. Rheology of polymers and polymer solutions.
CHE 515 X-Ray Diffraction (3-0)3
Diffraction theory and its relationship to structural determination in solids, focuses on applications of X-rays.
CHE 516 Thin-Film and Interface Microanalysis (3-0)3
The science and technology of a variety of microanalytical techniques including Auger electron spectroscopy, Rutherford back-scattering spectroscopy, secondary ion Morn spectroscopy, ion-scattering spectroscopy and x-ray photoelectron spectroscopy.
CHE 517 Corrosion (3-0)3
Thermodynamics and kinetics of electrode reactions in aqua-corrosion of metals and alloys forms of corrosion. Various methods of corrosion testing. Methods of corrosion control including alloy selection, water chemistry, design rules, anionic and cathodic protection and coatings. Extension to environmental degradation of ceramics and polymers.
CHE 518 Adsorption (3-0)3
Adsorption and adsorbent materials. Physical properties of adsorbent materials. Porous materials. Diffusion in porous materials. Heat and mass transfer in porous materials.
CHE 519 Cement Chemistry (3-0)3
A review of hydraulic bonding materials. Production and bonding mechanisms of Portland cement. Classification of cement and their application areas. Review of the current research on cement, concrete and concrete composites. Dependence of the mechanical properties on processing, temperature and time
CHE 520 Materials Concepts in Catalysis (3-0)3
Catalytic materials, structural aspects, crystallite morphology, adsorption/desorption kinetics, binding energies, interface relations between metals and support materials, electronic properties of non-metals, disorder in multicomponent metal oxides, metal-electrolyte interfaces, metal oxide catalyst, industrial examples.
CHE 521 Glass Technology (3-0) 3
Types of glasses and the methods of preparation. Formation of glasses and the relationship between properties and structures. Mechanical, chemical, electrical and optical properties. Glass-metal interactions and surface properties. Phase separation and crystallization. New amorphous materials such as glass-ceramics, photochronic glass and amorphous semiconductors.
CHE 522 Advanced Heat Transfer (3-0)3
Steady, unsteady, multidimensional conduction in different geometries. Basic equations for convection, laminar, free-forced convection. Turbulent convection. Analogy between heat and momentum transfer. Radioactive energy transfer in enclosures with and without an absorbing emitting medium.
CHE 523 Biochemical Engineering I (3-0)3
The kinetics of enzyme, catalyzed reactions. Applied enzyme catalysis. Metabolic stoichiometry and energetics. Kinetics of substrate, utilization, product formation and biomass production in cell cultures.
CHE 524 Composite Materials (3-0)3
Behaviour, processing and design of composite materials, especially fiber composites. Emphasis is on the chemical and physical processes currently employed and expected to guide the future development of the technology.
CHE 525 Combustion Phenomena (3-0)3
Chemistry and physics of combustion. Kinetically controlled combustion phenomena. Diffusion flames in liquid fuel combustion. Combustion of solid fuels. Flames in premixed gases, heat transfer in furnaces.
CHE 526 Advanced Fluid Flow (3-0)3
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.
CHE 527 Nonlinear Phenomena (3-0)3
Nonlinearity and stability. Mathematical theories of chaos. Fractal approach to nonlinear dynamics. Solutions in fluid flow and macromolecules. Selected examples from polymers, ceramics, zeolites, coal, catalysts, and biomaterials.
CHE 528 Advanced Separation Processes (3-0)3
Physical and chemical processes used in water quality control; mixing, coagulation, flocculation, precipitation, sedimentation, filtration, gas transfer, acidation, ion exchange, and adsorption.
CHE 529 Gas Control Processes in Air Pollution (3-0)3
Properties of gases and vapors, incineration, absorption, adsorption, control of VOCs, control of SO x , control of NO x , control of gaseous motor vehicle emissions.
CHE 530 Polymer Processing (3-0)3
Polymer processing techniques: Extrusion, injection molding, blow molding, rotational molding, thermoforming, casting and foaming.
CHE 531 Characterization and Processing of Particle (3-0)3
Characteristics of particle systems. A review of individual and bulk particle properties. Particle size measurement techniques and an analysis of the particle size distributions. Transport and mixing in particle processing. Size, reduction and a review of the grinding process. Agglomeration of particles in these systems. A review of the beneficiation processes in particle systems.
CHE 532 Process Synthesis (3-0)3
Application of nonlinear and mixed integer optimization in the area of process synthesis and chemical engineering. In particular, the synthesis of heat exchanger network, distillation and separation columns, reactor networks with with complex reactions and chemical processes consisting of reactor-seperator-recycle systems.
CHE 533 Mass Transport in Environmental Engineering (3-0)3
Mass transport equations of environmental engineering processes. equations of sorption kinetics in continuos flow reactors. Transport equations of fixed film exchange. Electrodialysis. Biological processes. Fixed culture processes and suspended culture processes.
CHE 534 Advanced Mass Transfer (3-0)3
Mechanism and theory of mass transport. Transport under laminar and turbulent flow conditions and with large fluxes. Mass transfer and simultaneous chemical reaction. Multicomponent systems. Applications in specific unit operations.
CHE 535 Physical Aspects of Environmental Engineering (3-0)3
Particle size characterization, particle diffusion, sedimentation and flocculation, surface tension, adsorption and electrodouble layer theory.
CHE 536 Membrane Processes (3-0)3
Review of the basics of the membrane concepts. Principles of membrane separations. Preparation of ceramic, metallic and polymeric membranes. Application of membrane in stream purification, gas separation, product recovery, wastewater treatment and other industrial processes.
CHE 537 Microporous and Mesoporous Materials (3-0)3
Characterization (surface area, porosity etc.), application areas (adsorption and ion exchange), heat and mass transfer, diffusion
CHE 538 Environmental Exposure and Risk Assessment (3-0)3
Route of exposure, exposure pathways, exposure assessment methods, human dose calculations, chemical-specific considerations, scenarios, risk characterization, carcinogenic risk assessment, non-carcinogenic risk assessment, uncertainties, interpretation and communication of risk estimates, ecological risk assessment
CHE 539 Indoor Air Pollution (3-0)3
Problem identification and mitigation techniques, building characteristic, sampling and analysis methods, source characterization and control, building illness concepts, walk-thorough inspection, systematic building investigations, sick building syndrome, ventilation systems
CHE 540 Particulate Matter Control Processes in Air Pollution (3-0)3
Properties of particles, particle behavior in fluids, theory of particle control mechanisms, cyclones, fabric filters, electrostatic filters, wet scrubbers, auxiliary equipment.
CHE 542 Water and Waste Treatment (3-0)3
Characteristics of water and airborne wastes treatment processes and kinetics; treatment system design; process interactions, optimal design, treatment needs related to water supply.
CHE 544 Industrial Waste Treatment (3-0)3
Types of industries, waste sources; treatment process selection, development and design; monitoring and pre-treatment.
CHE 546 Solar Drying (2-0)2
Theory of drying. Computation methods of solar drying. Solar dryers. Examples of solar dryers. Design of solar dryers.
CHE 548 Biochemical Engineering II (3-0)3
Transport phenomena in bioprocess systems. Design and analysis of biological reactors. Bioprocess economics. Analysis of multiple interacting microbial populations. Mixed microbial populations in applications and natural systems.
CHE 550 Catalysis (3-0)3
Analysis of the kinetics of homogeneous and heterogeneous catalytic reactions, mechanisms, kinetics and phase behavior, application of collision and transition state theories to the estimation of rate constants and calculation of rates over energetically nonuniform surfaces. Discussion of the chemical and physical properties of solid surfaces that influence catalytic reactions, and illustration of concepts of catalytic behavior with specific examples from catalytic cracking, reforming, oxidation, and hydrodesulfurization,homogeneous hydrogenation; catalysis by metals; homogeneous oxidation; catalysis by metal oxides; catalyticpolymerization; acid-base catalysis
CHE 552 Solid and Hazardous Waste Management (3-0)3
Aspects of solid waste collection, transport and disposal incineration, sanitary landfill, recovering and reutilization, economic evaluation of factors affecting selection of disposal methods. Classification and monitoring of hazardous wastes. Discussion on environmental hazards, legal aspects, transportation, detoxification, storage disposal and incineration of hazardous wastes.
CHE 558 Geothermal Energy (2-0)2
Fundamentals of geothermal energy. Characteristics of geothermal energy utilization and applications of geothermal energy. Cost analysis of geothermal energy applications. Geothermal Power Plants.
CHE 560 Optimal Design of Chemical Systems (3-0)3
Introduction to process design; flowsheets for chemical processes; synthesis of multicomponent separation sequences and reaction paths; heat exchange networks integration; optimization; process economics; simulation of chemical processes.
CHE 565 Fundamentals of Polymer Science (3-0)3
Introduction to polymers, structure, polymerization processes, molecular weight of polymer and determination, physical states, mechanical properties, general properties, and analysis of polymers.
CHE 566 Polymer Solution Thermodynamics (3-0)3
Properties of polymer solutions, phase equilibria of polymers, correlative and predictive models in polymer solutions to accurately describe polymer processes and applications.
CHE 574 Sorption Heating-Cooling Systems (2-0)2
Thermodynamic analysis of sorption heating-cooling systems. Adsorption, absorption and applications in heating-cooling systems. Comparison of working substances for adsorption and absorption heating cooling systems. Comparison with conventional systems.
CHE 580 Special Topics in Chemical Engineering (3-0)3
Courses not listed in the catalogue. Contents vary from year to year according to interest of students and instructor in charge.
CHE 588 Advanced Process Control (3-0)3
State-space transfer functions, discrete-times models, multivariable control, interaction assessment and time delay compensation, model predictive control
CHE 590 Technical Report Writing Non-Credit
Conducting research and preparing journal papers, reports and theses. Methods of research, procedures for drafting outlining and revision, design of layout. Extensive writing practice practice with journal papers and reports.
CHE 598 Research Seminar Non-Credit
A seminar must be given by each student on his research area which is graded by academic member of staff. The topic of the seminar can be decided by the student and his supervisor. To this seminar engineers, specialists and scientists can be invited in order to create public opinion on the environmental problems.
CHE 600 PhD Thesis Non-Credit
Orginal research work done by the student supervison of an advisor and written in the graduate thesis format.
CE 551 Optimization and Design (3-0)3
Introduction to operation research. Optimization techniques such as linear programming, dynamic programming, and non-linear programming. Application in water quality, air quality and waste management.
CS 527 Statistical Analysis of Experiments I (3-0)3
Introduction. Data: Definition, collection and preparation of analyses. Descriptive statistics. Introduction to probability theory. Some important discrete and continuous distributions. Statistical estimation. Testing hypotheses. Analysis of enumerated data.
CS 528 Statistical Analysis of Experiments II (3-0)3
Introduction to multiple regression analysis. Least square and fitting a linear model using matrix notation. Extra sum of squares principles and partial F tests. The examination residuals. Selecting best regression equation. Principles of experimental design. Analysis of variance- one way classification. Factorial experiments. Split Plot Designs.
CHE 8XX Special Studies (4-0)N.C
M.S Students choose and study a topic under the guidance of a faculty member normally his/her advisor
CHE 9XX Special Topics (4-0)N.C
Graduate students as a group or a Ph.D student choose and study advanced topics under the guidance of a faculty member normally his/her advisor