45 Credits ACADEMIC YEAR



Aims/Description: The module aims to prepare you for professional practice in the industrial development of academic research of chemical engineering processes. To analyse an open problem, research the issues and synthesise a possible technical solution, taking account of the context and broader issues such as economics, environment and safety. You will need to work effectively as a small team by work organisation and mutual support. You will work as a group under the guidance of a member of staff to develop an overall study of a substantial industrial process, taking account of geographical, social and economic factors and produce a group report and make a presentation outlining a possible scheme to satisfy the requirements. You will then take responsibility for parts of the solution and produce an individual report, including a detailed design of equipment and a more detailed consideration of some aspect of the proposed process. This makes use of most of the degree content and also requires self-directed learning.

Restrictions on availability: This module is strictly restricted to students registered on CPEU22 and CPEU30.

Staff Contact: KOTTA LINDA
Teaching Methods: Independent Study, Supervisor sessions, BCECA day, input sessions and computing.
Assessment: Presentation, Project/ portfolio

Information on the department responsible for this unit (Chemical and Biological Engineering):

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Western Bank, Sheffield, S10 2TN, UK