Applied Industrial Projects 3

Course contents
  • Examining practically relevant case studies, students become familiar with the application of plant and equipment technology in selected sub-processes of the chemical industry. The students are assigned concrete tasks to enable them to select appropriate methods and prepare their implementation at the scale of industrial production. For the development and design of their projects they are required to draw on the corresponding physio-chemical foundations. The knowledge acquired in previous projects is thus summarized within the frame of an even more complex project.
    In the first semester the focus was on a specific product; in the second semester it was on a specific process; the focus of this third semester is on applying all previous experience in the development of a complex plant design. Within the scope of a pilot study, students are assigned to transfer complex source materials into production processes to demonstrate the optimal processing of as many components as possible. The task is particularly designed to allow students to considerably broaden the range of skills and competencies, which they acquired in related courses of the first and second semester, within the frame of a complex industrial project.
    An additional focus on the aspect of sustainability and nutrition as well as social and ethical dimensions completes the project.
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