1 P a g e i Polytechnic Institute of Coimbra (P COIMBRA 02) Coimbra Institute of Engineering - ISEC Chemical and Biological Engineering Department ECTS CATALOGUE The main language of instruction at Coimbra Institute of Engineering is Portuguese. However, some courses from degree and master programs can be offered in English and/or with a tutorial support in English. The Course Engineering and Industrial Management is taught just in Portuguese at the moment. The ECTS catalogue includes subject contents in English. Students can choose subjects from this Catalogue to the study plan proposal (Learning Agreement) to be analyzed carefully by the Departmental Coordinators and to be adjusted if necessary. This ECTS catalogue contains information which is valid for this academic year. ISEC reserves the right to adjust the courses offered during the academic year and is not responsible for typing errors or printing mistakes. Prof. Helga Seifert Coordinator of International Relations Office Contact Person: Ms Dália Pires Coimbra Institute of Engineering Rua Pedro Nunes Quinta da Nora Coimbra PORTUGAL Tel.: (+351) Prof. David Domingues Chemical and Biological Eng. Department Coordinator Coimbra Institute of Engineering Rua Pedro Nunes Quinta da Nora Coimbra PORTUGAL Tel.: (+351) Academic Year
2 P a g e ii Polytechnic Institute of Coimbra (P COIMBRA 02) Coimbra Institute of Engineering - ISEC Chemical and Biological Engineering Department ECTS CATALOGUE BACHELOR - Code Title - Portuguese Title - English ECTS Period 1.º ano / 1 st Year Introduction to Computer Science Introdução às Tecnologias de Informação Technologies 6 1º S Química Chemistry 6 1º S Matemática I Mathematic I 6 1º S Introdução à Engenharia Introduction to Engineering 6 1º S Física Physics 6 1º S Introdução à Gestão Introduction to Management 6 2º S Matemática II Mathematics II 6 2º S Mecânica Aplicada Applied Mechanics 6 2º S Electrotecnia e Máquinas Eléctrica Circuit Analysis and Electrical Machines 6 2º S Economia para Engenharia Engineering Economy 6 1º S 2.º ano / 2 nd Year Matemática III Mathematics III 6 1º S Termodinâmica Thermodynamics 6 1º S Introdução aos Processos Introduction to Chemical Processes 6.5 1º S Electrónica Aplicada Applied Electronics 6 1º S Gestão de Operações I Operation Management I 6 1º S Desenho Assistido por Computador Computer Aided Design 5.5 1º S Investigação Operacional Operations Research 6 2º S Sistemas de Informação I Information System I 6 2º S Gestão Financeira Financial Management 6 2º S Fenómenos de Transporte Transport Phenomena 6 2º S 3.º ano / 3 rd Year Instalações e Serviços Industriais Industrial Utilities and Equipments 6 1º S Gestão da Qualidade Quality Management 6 1º S Gestão de Recursos Humanos Human Resources Management 6 2º S Automação e Instrumentação Automation and Instrumentation 6 1º S Estratégia e Marketing Strategy and Marketing 6 2º S Sistemas de Informação II Information Systems II 6 1º S Gestão de Operações II Operation Management II 6 1º S Manutenção Industrial Industrial Maintenance 6 2º S Ocupational Heath & Safety and Higiene, Segurança e Direito Empresarial Corporate Law 6 2º S Gestão Ambiental Enviromental Management 6 2º S Academic Year
3 Subject Title: Scientific Area: Course: Mathematics II Mathematics Code: Year/Semester: ECTS: 6 Department: Instructor: Study plan: Engineering and Industrial Management 1st / 2nd Department of Physics and Mathematics Rui Manuel Carreira Rodrigues (PhD) 1 - Introduction to ordinary differential equations: first-order differential equations. 2 - Differential and integral calculus in Rn of real-valued functions of several real variables. 3 - Real numeric series. 4 - Real power series. Language: Type of instruction: Activities Total Hours Hours/week Comments Theoretical 28 2 Classroom, lectures Theoretical- Tutorial guidance 28 2 Classroom, lectures and problem solving Learning objectives: Generic learning outcomes and competences: Bibliography: The main aims of this course unit are: Understand the basic concepts of ordinary differential equations and solve simple first order differential equations; Understand and apply theoretical development of multi-variable differential and integral calculus; Solve and interpret real problems. Knowledge of numerical and power series. At the end of this course unit the learner is expected to be able: To explain the concepts, discuss and present each problem solution in an appropriate way; To solve practical problems with an increasing autonomy, using the subjects treated in the classroom and other related topics; To find and select relevant information from different sources such as monographs textbooks and the web. Abbott, S., Understanding analysis, Springer. Anton, H., Cálculo - um novo horizonte, vol. 1, vol. 2, Bookman. Ferreira, M.F., Equações diferenciais ordinárias, McGraw-Hill. Guidorizzi, H.L., Um curso de cálculo, vol. 1, vol. 2, Livros técnicos e científicos. Larson, R., Hostetler, R. P., Edwards, B.H., Cálculo com aplicações, vol. 1, vol. 2, McGraw-Hill. Rodrigues, R.C., Notas teóricas e exercícios de análise matemática, DFM, ISEC. Ross, S.L., Differential equations, John Wiley & Sons. Progress assessment: Final written exam (100%).
4 Subject Title: Scientific Area: Course: Code: Year/Semester: ECTS: Department: Instructor: Study plan: Introduction to Engineering st /1 st 6 Carlos Alberto da Rocha Lebres David José Rocha Domingues Engineering and society. Engineer functions and responsibilities. Code of ethics. National and international professional associations. Effective communication for engineers. Communication processes. Industrial Metrology. Systems of units. Measurement standards. Measurement Methods. Significant Figures. Rounding errors. Absolute and relative errors. Principles of error propagation. Project Planning and Management. Network based project scheduling methods. PERT and CPM method. Gantt charts. Computing the project completion time and critical path. Environmental awareness, energy and sustainability. Energy resources. Energy end-use efficiency. Energy balances. Energy costs. Industrial electrical installations. Energy conservation and rational use of energy. Introduction to the balances of mass and energy in chemical processes. Stationary and nonstationary systems. Concept of extensities and intensities. Concepts of pressure, phase and fluid flows. Language: Portuguese Type of instruction: Activities Total Hours Hours/week Comments Theoretical 14 2 Theoretical Tutorial guidance Learning objectives: Provide an overview of Industrial Engineering areas and activities. Study a number of quantitative methods used in Industrial Engineering. Understand and use tools for projects
5 management and scheduling. Identify the world and the national major energy resources. Understand and use tools and techniques for energy collection consumptions in energy audits. Model the energy flow in industrial systems, buildings and complex equipments, in order to define actions to rationalize the use of energy, quantifying the economic revenue and the environmental benefits of these actions. Mastering and make operational the concepts of conservation of mass and energy in chemical processes, manipulating different unit systems of process variables. Generic learning outcomes and competences: Bibliography: With this introduction to engineering the student should address the core course units with better motivation and from a better starting point. Campos; Torres de, PERT e CPM; LNEC Schroeder, Roger - Operations Management, McGraw-Hill Handbook of Industrial Energy Analysis, Boustead, I. and Hancock, G., 1979, Ellis Horwood Limited, John Wiley & Sons RIGGS, J.B.; Basic Principles and Calculations in Chemical Engineering,; Prentice Hall; 7th edition ( 2003) BALU, K.; et al, Problems On Material And Energy Balance Calculation, I.K. International Publishing House Pvt (2009) Class notes Progress assessment: The assessment integrates tests and group written works and a final exam.
6 Subject Title: Scientific Area: Course: Physics Physics Code: Year/Semester: 1/1 ECTS: 6 Engineering and Industrial Management; Department: Physics and Mathematics Instructor: Susete Teresa Gaspar do Fetal Jorge Miguel Tavares Couceiro de Sousa Study plan: 1. Units and systems of units 2. Error propagation 3. Vector Analysis 4. Particle kinematics. 5. Particle dynamics. 6. Static equilibrium. 7. Rotational dynamics. 8. Work and energy. Language: Portuguese Type of instruction: Activities Total Hours Hours/week Comments Theoretical 28 2 Theoretical- Tutorial guidance 28 2 Learning objectives: Generic learning outcomes and competences: Learning the fundamental laws of Nature in the domain of Classical Mechanics, described in the syllabus. Solve problems and analyse results using the fundamental laws. Self acquiring knowledge. Scientific interpretation of physical phenomena. Acquire and analyse experimental data in group. Understand the theoretical concepts presented. Acquire individual study competences. Solving practical exercises applying theory and comment on the results. Estimate the degree of confidence on the physical entities. Properly use of units. Execute experimental work in small groups, assembling experiences and using measure instruments. Carry out data acquisition and processing. Do critical interpretation of results. The performance of group laboratorial work allows exercising the interpersonal exchange of ideas and the discussion of problems and solutions. Bibliography: Tipler, Física para cientistas e engenheiros, LTC - Livros técnicos e científicos, 4ª Edição, 1994D. Halliday e R. Resnick, "Física", Vol. 3, Livros Técnicos e Científicos, F. Sears, M. Zemansky e H. Young, "Física", Vol. I e II, Livros Técnicos e Científicos, M. Alonso e E. Finn, "Física", Addison Wesley, Notes prepared by teachers. Progress The laboratorial component consists of 4 practical works, each one values 1/20. The
7 assessment: theoretical component (16/20) is evaluated in final exam or with 3 tests during the semester. The distributed evaluation requires an attendance of classes greater than 75% and a classification greater than 2/20 is the laboratorial component.
8 Subject Title: Scientific Area: Course: Code: Year/Semester: ECTS: Mathematic I Mathematics st /1 st 6 Department: Instructor: Pascoal Martins da Silva Study plan: 1. Real Functions on IR - Hyperbolic functions; Inverse trigonometric functions. 2. Antiderivatives - Techniques of calculus by decomposition, parts and substitution, and of trigonometric and rational functions. 3. Integral Calculus on IR - Definite integral (Riemann s integral); Fundamental theorem of calculus; Applications of integrals to the calculus of areas, volumes and length; Indefinite and improper integrals. 4. Linear Algebra - Matrices, Linear Equations Systems and Determinants. Language: Portuguese Type of instruction: Activities Total Hours Hours/week Comments Theoretical 28 2 Theoretical Tutorial guidance Learning Knowledge of the basics of mathematical analysis and comprehension and appliance of objectives: integral calculus on IR. Generic Understanding the fundamental concepts of matrices. Solve and interpret real problems. The learning student is expected to be able to: Explain the concepts, discuss and present each problem outcomes and solution in an appropriate way; Solve practical problems with an increasing autonomy; Find competences: and select relevant information from different sources such as textbooks and the web. Bibliography: 1. R. Larson, R.P. Hostetler e B.H. Edwards, Cálculo Vol. 1, McGraw-Hill (Capítulos 1,2,3). 2. Rui Rodrigues, Notas Teóricas de Análise Matemática, Departamento de Física e Matemática, Secção de textos do ISEC (Capítulos 1,2,3). 3. Manuel Alberto M. Ferreira e Isabel Amaral, Álgebra Linear: Matrizes e Determinantes, Vol.1, Edições Sílabo (Capítulo 4). 4. Carla Fidalgo, Álgebra Linear, Departamento de Física e Matemática, Secção de textos do ISEC (Capítulo 4). Progress Lectures presentation of the formal bases of the course, with the presentation of examples
9 assessment: and applications, and practical classes. It uses a platform moodle - virtual lab math (lvm) - where are all the acetates of lectures and support worksheets every lesson TP. Regarding the assessment students can opt for a final exam, worth 20 values, or the following method of distributed evaluation: A. Test 1 with 6 values; B. Test 2 with 3 values; C. Final exam with 11 values. The final grade will be the grade of A + B + C. Students that opt for distributed evaluation need a minimum of 75% attendance in practical classes taught. The completion of the first test assumes that the student has opted for distributed evaluation.
10 Subject Title: Scientific Area: Course: Code: Year/Semester: ECTS: Applied Mechanics Mechanical Engineering st /2 nd 6 Department: Instructor: Pedro Miguel Martins Miguens Amaro Study plan: Mechanics-principle and concepts.study of the equilibrium of the bodies.types of supports and loads. The center of gravity of a planes areas. Moment of inertia. Type of the internal actions and diagrams. Types of efforts. Efforts diagrams. Reticulated and truss structures. Ritter method. Basic concepts of strength of materials. Mechanical properties; elasticity and plasticity, Hooke's law, stress-deformation diagrams for ductile and brittle materials, safety coefficient. Stress into bars axially loading. Saint-Venant principle. Bars elongation. Influence of temperature on elongation of the bars.structural elements subjected to torsional moment Pure shear. Torsion on elements with circular and non-circular cross section. Power transmission. Study of structural elements subjected to bending. Bending of beams straight axis. Bending about an axis which is not a principal axis. Bending combined with axial load. Bending combined with torsion. Shear stresses in bending. Language: Portuguese Type of instruction: Activities Total Hours Hours/week Comments Theoretical 28 2 Theoretical Tutorial guidance Learning objectives: Generic learning outcomes and competences: Bibliography: The Applied Mechanics studies the behavior of structural elements. So the principal goal of this curricular unit is that the students acquire knowledge enabling to understand the behavior of these elements used in an industrial environment, with particular emphasis on the areas of mechanical. Skills: The student should be able to understand which conditions of use and the stresses to which the structural elements are subject, as well as determining the material more convenient shape and dimensions better suited to withstand various types of external stresses applied to machines, parts, parts of structures, etc... at the lowest possible cost and adequate security. HIBBELER,R.C. ESTÁTICA- Mecânica para Engenharia 10ª edição, Pearson Prentice Hall,
11 2005. HIBBELER,R.C. Resistência dos Materiais 5ª edição, Pearson Prentice Hall, ANTUNES,F. MECÂNICA APLICADA Uma Abordagem Prática Lidel, 2012 BEER, FERDINAND P.;JOHNSTON, E. RUSSELL, Jr; DEWOLF, JONH T. Resistência dos Materiais 4ª edição, McGraw Hill, GERE & TIMOSHENKO - Mechanics of Materials, ITP - 4ª Edição, FARINHA, J.S. BRAZÃO ; REIS, A. CORREIA DOS Tabelas Técnicas, Edição P.O.B., Progress The theoretical lectures are taught using power-point slides. In the tutorial classes the assessment: problems proposed are realistic involving daily situations and engineering problems. Until the third week the students must decide for the system of continuous assessment or examination. In the latter case the student is assessed by examination at the normal exam or resource exam. If the student opting for the scheme of continuous assessment this will be done by performing a series of three tests, which should have at least 7 out of 20 values on each test to obtain approval in the discipline.
12 Subject Title: Scientific Area: Course: Code: Year/Semester: ECTS: Introduction to Information Technology Informatics Engineering st /1 st 6 Department: Instructor: Ana Cristina da Costa Oliveira Alves Study plan: Theoretical Class -Introduction to Informatics Hardware. Computer Architecture. Software. Operating Systems. Computer Networks: introduction, types of networks, Internet -Information Data vs. Information. Storage units. Information Systems. Cloud Computing - Productivity Tools: Office Automation Evolution. Types. MS Excel (Advanced) -Comunication Main principles. Oral commnunication. Body language. Laroratory Class -Windows Filesystem organization. User and group accounts. NTFS security. Quota management. Defragmentation. Backup -Virtualization Creating and installing a new virtual machine (Linux). Cloud Computing -MS Word Tables. Pictures, charts, symbols e equation. Reviewing documents. Automatic and remissive index. Fields, Text boxes. Design tools. Document protection. Mail merge -MS PowerPoint Multimedia. Action buttons. Dual view mode. MS Excel. Functions, formulas, charts. Sorting and filtering data. Cell and worksheet protection. Goal Seek, Solver and macros Language: Portuguese Type of instruction: Activities Total Hours Hours/week Comments Theoretical 14 1 Theoretical Tutorial guidance
13 Learning objectives: Generic learning outcomes and competences: Bibliography: Progress assessment: Introducing main concepts on communication and information technology which allow to understand and analyze: hardware, software, operating systems, computer networks, local or remote access and Internet; Presenting some productivity applications used in the Engineering context, such as: text, presentation and worksheet processing; Ability to create and develop spreadsheets and forms to automatize tasks. Thus, the following outcomes are expected to be learned: Identifying, classifying and understanding main subjects related to Information Technology; Learning Communication concepts and ability to adapt to industry environment and business environment in order to successfully transmit a message; Ability to use the main everyday tools for an Industrial Engineer. Specifically in worksheet processing, apply it in an advanced mode in order to solve problems in Engineering. Sousa, Sérgio (2005). Tecnologias de informação: o que são? Para que servem? FCA Editora Marçula, Marcelo e Filho, Pio Armando Benini (2007). Informática: Conceitos e Aplicações. Editora Érica White, Ron (2001). "How computers work". Ziff-Davis Press Oklobdzija, Vojin (2008). The computer engineering handbook. CRC Press Sousa, Maria José (2010). Fundamental do Excel FCA Editora URLs: A história da escrita. (http://www.maquinasanwgasdeescrever.com.br/historia.html) Oral Presentation Skills.Departamento de Línguas e Ciências Humanas. Telecom Ecole de Management. (hwttp://www.it-sudparis.eu/lsh/ressources/ops.php) Lectures (1 hours / week). classes (3 hours / week)the lectures are expository but tend to promote the active participation of students, by asking and answering questions about the topics being exposed.in practical classes, the knowledge acquired in lectures is applied by solving proposed worksheets.the evaluation consists of a theoretical exam (given in the respective periods or in phases during the semester), a tutorial on a theme related to Information Technologies proposed by the Professor, a presentation on which the communication techniques learned are applyied and a practical test on the computer lab on MS Excel. Specifically:- The theoretical component worth 7 values of the final grade (35%);-The tutorial worth 2 values (10%); -The presentation 4 values (20%); -The practical test worth 7 values of the final grade (35%). These values (excepting the exam) are distributed along a continuous evaluation over a semester.
14 Subject Title: Scientific Area: Course: Code: Year/Semester: ECTS: Introduction to Managemen st /2 nd 6 Department: Instructor: Alexandre de Gouveia e Melo Study plan: Creating a business. Basics of business management. The business plan as a tool for business management. General accounting tools under business management. The key documents for analysis and management of companies. Management key economic and financial indicators and ratios. Planning and project management (CPM/PERT) Analysis of viability of investment projects. Introduction to Balanced Scored Card for management of micro and medium enterprises. Language: Portuguese Type of instruction: Activities Total Hours Hours/week Comments Theoretical 28 2 Theoretical Tutorial guidance Learning objectives: Generic learning outcomes and competences: Understanding of the most important aspects in creating and managing a business. Knowledge of project planning and management techniques, building skills in operational management, business analysis based on financial indicators, business financial management and the analysis of viability of investment projects. Bibliography: Ciaran Walsh, "Rácios Fundamentais da Gestão" (ISBN ) Alexandre Melo, Apontamentos sobre OGE, ISEC João Russo, Balanced ScoreCar para PMEs, (ISBN ) António Cebola, Elaboração e Análise de Projectos de Investimento (ISBN ) LISBOA, J. [et al.], (2004), Introdução à Gestão das Organizações, editora Vida Económica Progress In Theoretical- lessons a theoretical exposition of each subject is made which is
15 assessment: complemented by practical examples and resolution of exercises whenever possible.in Theoretical- lessons a theoretical exposition of each subject is made which is immediately followed by the resolution of application exercises.there is a group project component where with a theme approach, either a business plan, or the planning and managing a project using CPM / PERT techniques. This project will result in a deliverable.evaluation: There is a requirement to obtain a minimum of 3 values in project work (P). The final grade will be Tx0, 7 + P, where T is worth 20 points and P 6 points.
16 Subject Title: Scientific Area: Course: Code: Year/Semester: ECTS: Circuit Analysis and Electrical Machines Electrical Engineering st /2 nd 6 Department: Instructor: João Pedro Fernandes Trovão; Carlos Jorge Coelho Teixeira Study plan: 1. Direct Current Analysis: Linear circuits: definitions; Voltage and current sources; Ohm's law, Kirchhoff's laws; Circuits analysis and methods. 2. Single-Phase Circuit Analysis: Definitions. Vector diagrams; Average and RMS values; Power factor correction; 3. Three-phase circuit Analysis: Three-phase circuits; Active, reactive and apparent power; Rotating magnetic field; 4. Transformers: Constitution, Principle of operation, Nominal magnitudes; Equivalent circuit; Losses and efficiency; Open and short-circuit test on transformer; 5. Induction Motors: Constitution; Principle of operation; Equivalent Circuit; Torque, Power and Losses; 6. Synchronous Machines: Constitution, Principle of operation, Characteristic curves; Load Diagram. 7. DC Machines: Constitution, Principle of operation; Types of DC Motor Excitation; Energy Balance; Characteristic curves. Language: Portuguese Type of instruction: Activities Total Hours Hours/week Comments Theoretical 28 2 Theoretical Tutorial guidance Learning objectives: Generic learning outcomes and competences: The aim of the Curricular Unit of Circuit Analysis and Electrical Machines is to give to the students the principles and the most basics concepts of circuit analysis and electrical machinery. The focus are the analysis of direct, single and three-phase current circuits and electric machines. Knowledge related to electrical machines, namely, nominal values, equivalent circuits and applications are given to the students. At the end of the lectures, the students should be able to recognize and interpret nominal characteristics, and also use the main
17 electrical machines used in the industry. Bibliography: Progress assessment: BESSONOV, L. "Electricidade Aplicada para Engenheiros" MEIRELES, VÍTOR CANCELA. "Circuitos Eléctricos" FISH, S. & POTTER, J. "Theory of Electric Circuits" EDMINISTER, J. A. "Teoria e problemas de Circuitos Eléctricos" DESOER, CHARLES A. "Teoria Básica de Circuitos" BRANDÃO, DIOGO PAIVA L. "Electrotecnia Geral " VILLATE, JAIME E. "Electromagnetismo " SANTOS, JAIME B. "Análise de Circuitos Eléctricos " DESOER, CHARLES A. "Teoria Básica de Circuitos" SADIKU, ALEXANDER Fundamentals of Electric Circuits GURU, B. A. & HIZIROGLU Electric Machinery and Transformers SEN, P. C. Principles of Electric Machines and Power Electronics MATIAS, J. Tecnologias de Electricidade KOSOW, I. I. Máquinas Eléctricas e Transformadores Material de Apoio Disponível: apontamentos das aulas teóricas; folhas de problemas das aulas práticas Presential learning. In lectures is made a theoretical exposition of each issue and solved an application exercise. In practical classes is presented a set of exercises that students should try to solve during the class, in groups or alone, and that involves the application of the themes already discussed in the lectures. In practical classes the resolution of these exercises is presented at the white board. The assessment may be done in two ways: AD:- Frequency 1, (50%); - Frequency 2, (50%); - The realization of frequency 1 does not require the student to perform frequency 2; - The final result is given by the sum of the scores of frequencies 1 and 2. AF:- Final written exam, to take place in regular and/or appeal season (100%).
18 Subject Title: Scientific Area: Course: Code: Year/Semester: ECTS: Economics for Engineering st /1 st 6 Department: Instructor: José Luís Ferreira Martinho Study plan: 1. Introduction to the study of economics Concepts, issues and basic principles of economics. Axioms, assumptions and models in economics. Microeconomics and macroeconomics. 2. Supply and demand Demand and supply curves. Market equilibrium. Elasticity. 3. Consumer choice theory Consumer behavior. Utility function and budget constraint. Indifference curves and marginal rate of substitution. 4. Production theory and the organization of industry Production function, technology and production factors. Total, average and marginal product. Marginal rate of technical substitution. Production costs. The producer decision and market equilibrium: perfect and imperfect competition. 5. Overview of Macroeconomics The measurement of economic activity. Consumption, savings and investment. Inflation. International trade. State intervention in the economy. Portuguese and world economy. Language: Portuguese Type of instruction: Activities Total Hours Hours/week Comments Theoretical 28 2 Theoretical Tutorial guidance Learning objectives: Generic learning outcomes and competences: This course aims to provide students with basic understanding of the economic system, developing shared domain knowledge between engineers and economists. At the end of this course students should be able to: - Understand the economic science object and the way of studying and researching in economics. - Understand the functioning of markets and the behavior of the main economic decision
19 makers: consumers and producers. - Interpreting the macroeconomic data and relevant information in the field. Bibliography: - Mankiw, N. Gregory. Introdução à Economia. Thomson Learning, Samuelson & Nordhaus. Economia. 16ª Edição, McGraw-Hill, Lisboa, Lecture slides. Progress assessment: The concepts are presented in an expository manner, using clear examples and encouraging reflection and discussion. Students are asked to intervene in the interpretation of economic information in order to consolidate, integrate and relate the various concepts. Throughout the classes the theoretical concepts are sometimes applied in solving practical exercises. Grading is based on a written exam with both theoretical and practical problem solving.
20 Subject Title: Scientific Area: Course: Chemistry Chemistry Code: Year/Semester: ECTS: 6.0 Department: Instructor: Study plan: Engineering and Industrial Management First/First Chemical Engineering and Biological Department Luís Filipe Lopes Vilão Vaz de Morais 1. BASIC CONCEPTS 2. STRUCTURE OF ATOMS, MOLECULES AND ION. NOMECLATURE 2.1. Fundamental Atomic Particles 2.2. Atomic Number, Mass Number and Isotopes 2.3. Periodic Table 2.4. Molecules and Ions 2.5. Ionics and Molecular Compounds and Nomenclature. 3. MASS RELATIONSHIPS IN CHEMICAL REACTIONS 3.1. Atomic Mass 3.2. Avogadro s Number and Molecular Weight 3.3 Percentage Composition of Compounds 3.4. Chemical Reactions and Chemical Equations 3.5. Balancing Chemical Equations 3.6. Stoichiometry 3.7. Limiting Reagent 3.8. Reagent Impurities 3.9. Yield of Reaction 4. REACTIONS IN AQUEOUS SOLUTIONS 4.1. Solution, Solute and Solvent 4.2. Electrolyte Properties 4.3. Precipitations Reactions, Molecular Equations and Ionic Equations 4.4. Neutralization Acid-Base Reactions; Acids and Bases 4.5. Oxidation-Reduction Reactions 4.6. Composition of Solutions 4.7. Dilution and Ratio Solution/Solvent 4.8. Acid-Base Titrations. 5. IDEAL GASES 5.1. Boyle s, Gay-Lussac s and Avogadro s Gas Laws 5.2. Ideal Gas Equation 5.3. Dalton s Law. 6. FUNDAMENTALS OF THERMOCHEMICAL 6.1.Endothermic and Exothermic Reactions 6.2. Enthalpy and Thermochemical Reactions 7. CHEMICAL EQUILIBRIUM 7.1.Concepts of Chemical Equilibrium and Equilibrium Constant 7.2. Homogeneous Equilibria 7.3. Heterogeneous Equilibria 7.4. Multiple Equilibria 7.5. Predicting the Direction of Reaction
21 7.6. Calculation of Equilibrium Concentrations 7.7. Factors that Affect the Chemical Equilibrium; Le Chatelier s Principle 7.8. Solubility Equilibria; Unsaturated Solutions, Saturated and supersaturated 7.9. Predicting Precipitation Reactions Acid-Base Equilibria; Strength of acids and bases; ph a Measure of Acidity; Week Acids and Acid Ionization Constant; Week Bases and Base Ionization Constant. Language: Portuguese Type of instruction: Activities Total Hours Hours/week Comments Theoretical 28 2 Theoretical Tutorial guidance Learning objectives: Generic learning outcomes and competences: As main objectives it is required the students to learn the basic knowledge of chemistry, in order to be able to apply the knowledge acquired in solving specific problems. It is important that at the end of the semester the student has developed personal skills that enable them autonomous learning in the future. The syllabus contents of Chemistry allow the students to apply their knowledge in a lab, because the learning involved the study, calculations and critical results in important matters as the mass relationships in chemical reactions, preparation of solutions, the various types of reactions, the chemical balance, etc.. Such as mathematics and physics, chemistry is a fundamental science for the study and understanding the subjects of other disciplines, and also for the students' professional life, especially in areas that oblige them to develop and enhance their knowledge in chemistry. Bibliography: 1. Chang, Raymond, " Química, 8ª Edição, McGraw-Hill Interamericana, Reger, D., Goode, S., Mercer, E.," Química: Princípios e Aplicações", Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian, Lisboa, Mahan, Bruce H., "Química: Um Curso Universitário ", Editora Edgar Blucher Ltda, São Paulo. 4. Puddephatt, R.J., "O Quadro Periódico dos Elementos", Livraria Almedina, Coimbra, Côncio, M. Helena, Sousa, F., Química: Ligação Química, Estrutra e Propriedades, Livraria Almedina, Coimbra. 6. Gil, Victor M.S., " Fundamentos das Reacções Químicas ", Gráfica de Coimbra, Coimbra. 7. Côncio, M. Helena, Sousa, F., Reacções Químicas, Livraria Almedina, Coimbra. 8.Almeida, Benjamim, "Fundamentos de Química Orgânica e Inorgânica", Primeira Edição, Edições Sílabo, Lisboa, Morrison, Robert T., Boyd, Robert N., "Química Orgânica", 13ª Edição, Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian, Lisboa, Allinger, Norman,L., Cava, M.P., e Outros, "Química Orgânica", 2ª Edição, Editora Guanabara Dois S.A., Rio de Janeiro, Côncio, M. Helena, Sousa, F., Química do Carbono, Livraria Almedina, Coimbra. 12. Melo, J.Seixas., Moreno, Maria J., e Outros,"Química de Polímeros, Coimbra-Imprensa da Universidade, Coimbra, 2004.
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