This course deals with the principles of material science, including the types of different materials , mechanical and chemical  properties and its industrial applications, plastic materials and methods of fabrications, Metals  and alloys Ceramics materials and nano material and its different applications

This course targeted at both undergraduates and graduates who want to familiarize themselves with the potential applications in electrochemistry. After briefing on some basic concepts of electrochemistry and fundamentals of electroanalytical chemistry, this course focuses on the many diverse roles of electrochemical technology, with a strong emphasis on discussion of industrial electrochemical processes. Problem-solving skills will be developed during this course. This course should permit the engineers to design, operate, and optimize the electrochemical cells in the chemical industry. The breakdown of course content includes:

(1) Basic Concepts of Electrochemistry
(2) Electroanalytical Techniques
(3) Electromotive series and Galvanic series
(4) Batteries and fuel cells 
(5) Forms of corrosion
(6) Factors affecting corrosion
(7) Corrosion control

The aim of this course to study the characteristics and indicator related to water and waste liquids and also discussed the different technical methods used to estimate and analyze the concentrations of different constituents including: Turbidity, Color, Acidity, Alkalinity, COD, BOD, TDS, Hardness. In this course the student will able to know the different treatment methods of wastewater

In this course students will learn the preparation of some industrial inorganic products and the challenges facing their production. It will cover the following topics: cement industry, ceramics industry, Sulfuric acid production , nitric acid production – ammonia production – ammonium nitrate production – hydrochloric acid production- sodium carbonate- urea production – over view about fertilizer types and phosphoric acid production  .Emphasis is on learning the importance of inorganic chemical industry, their economic impact, individual chemical processes and production challenges. The laboratory component is designed to reinforce the subject matter learnt in lectures and to help students develop practical skills relevant to inorganic chemical industry.

The course will give an introductory treatment of the governing laws for heat transfer. The following topics are covered: Steady state heat transfer by conduction, fundamentals and engineering treatment of convection heat transfer, heat transfer with phase change (boiling/condensation), radiation heat transfer , types of heat exchanger and design of shell and tube heat exchangers. Both analytical and numerical solution methods are presented. fouling factor and pressure drop calculations