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Course title: Statistics

Field of study: Environmental Protection

Hours/week - semester



Number of credits: 2

project/seminar: 2 semester III


Lecturer: Karol Andrzejczak, Ph.D.,

Institute of Mathematics


ul. Piotrowo 3a, 60-965 Poznań, Poland

tel. (61) 665-23-49, fax. 665 2348,

e-mail: kandrzej@math.put.poznan.pl


Objectives of the course:

The student should obtain knowledge of the role of probability theory in mathematical statistics and statistics in the engineering sciences. The student should obtain competence in construction the probability space as the model of the random experiment and in the usage computer in some statistical data analysis.


Course description:

.Introduction to some basic concepts such as: events, sample spaces, probability, random variables and their types. Graphical and numerical methods for describing data using the computer. Presentation some measures of central tendency and variation. Application some discrete and continuous random variables in quality control, reliability theory and management science. Probability distributions of functions of random variables. The sampling distributions of means and sums. Generating random numbers by computer. Properties of point and interval estimators. Statistical tests of hypotheses about: population mean, difference between two population proportions, population variance, the ratio of two population variances. Calculation the observed significance level for a test using the computer and programming language APL.


Assessment methods:

Two tests and current inspection Laboratory work.


Bibliography:

  1. K.Andrzejczak, Elementary Statistics, Wyd. PP 1997.

  2. D.Bobrowski, Probability Theory in Technical Applications, WNT 1980.

  3. W.Krysicki, Probability Theory and Mathematical Statistics in Tasks, PWN 1994.




Course title: Inorganic Chemistry

Field of study: Environmental Protection

Hours/week - semester

Specialisation:

lecture:

2 E

2 E

semester I

semester II



Number of credits: 4 / 7

project/seminar:


Lecturer: Professor Zenon Łukaszewski, Ph.D., D.Sc.

Institute of Chemistry and Applied Electrochemistry,

Faculty of Chemical Technology,

Piotrowo 3, 60-965 Poznań, Poland,

tel. (0 61) 665 2786, fax (0 61) 665 2571,

e-mail: Zenon.Lukaszewski@put.poznan.p


Objectives of the course:

The student should obtain basic knowledge in general and inorganic chemistry oriented to ecological aspects, fluency in writing chemical reactions and stoichiometric calculations, and to gain experience in the chemical properties of cations and anions.


Course description:

Chemistry and the environment. The periodic table. Chemical bonding: ionic and covalent bonds, van der Waals forces. Acid-base reactions, acid/base strength in water, the pH scale, neutralisation in aqueous solution, buffers, acid rain, buffering ability of water and soil. Coordination compounds, stability of metal complexes, pH effect on complex stability. Solubility, solubility product, pH and complex formation effect on solubility. Redox reactions, Pourbaix diagrams, thermodynamic stability of water, strong reductants and oxidation agents in aqueous solutions. Nonmetals and their compounds, hydrogen. oxygen, chlorine, sulphur, nitrogen, phosphorus, carbon, greenhouse effect, silicates and alumosilicates. Metals, metal oxides, hydoxides and sulphides, acid strength of metal cations, mobility of heavy metals in water and soil, microelements, redox and precipitation.


Assessment methods:

Continuous supervision during Laboratory work and classes, written examinations after semester I and II.


Bibliography:

1. W.W. PorterField of study, Inorganic Chemistry, Academic Press, 1993


Course title: Engineering Drawing

Field of study: Environmental Protection

Hours/week. - semester



Number of credits: 3 / 2

project / seminars:

2

2

semester I

semester II


Lecturer: Grzegorz Musielak, Ph.D., Eng.,

Institute of Chemical Technology and Engineering,

Faculty of Chemical Technology,

Pl. M. Skłodowskiej - Curie 2, 60-965 Poznań, Poland

tel. 665 3698; fax 665 3649

e-mail: Grzegorz.Musielak@put.poznan.pl


Objectives of the course:

The student should obtain knowledge of engineering drawing, chemical equipment and drawings of chemical engineering Projects.


Course description:

In the course of Engineering Drawing students acquait themselves with the bases of engineering drawing like standard elements of engineering drawing, geometrical constructions, orthogonal and axonometric Projection, views and sections, dimensioning and tolerancing of dimensions, drawings of joints, axles, shafts and seals, and also with workshop and assembly drawings. Within the chemical equipment drawings knowledge concerning both typical elements of chemical equipment like cylinders, covers, bottoms, connectors, scuttles, sight-glasses, mixer arms, etc. and select chemical equipment as a whole is introduced. There are also some elements of drawings of chemical engineering in technological documentation introduced. It is made with the help of exemplary processes related directly to the environmental protection.


Assessment methods:

Final mark is based on marks obtained within the classes and the quality of the produced Project.


References:

1. Dobrzañski, T., Engineering drawing;

2. Heim, A., Krakowiak, T., Malec, Z., Engineering drawing for chemical faculties;

3. Masiuk, St., Góra, W., Engineering drawing chemists;

4. Pikoń, J., Principles of chemical equipment design;

5. Synowiec, J., Technological design for chemical engineering.



Course title: Organic Chemistry

Field of study: : Environmental Protection

Hours/week - semester

Specialisation:

lecture:

4

E

semester III

semester IV



Number of credits: 5 / 7

project/seminar:
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