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Chemical Engineering Department

School Year 2017 - 2018

Adamson University Vision-Mission


Vision
Adamson University, a Catholic Vincentian educational institution, is a recognized
leading center for quality education particularly for the socially disadvantage.
Mission
As a Catholic University we diligently pursue truth and knowledge, inspired by the
gospel values and guided by the teachings of the Church;
As a Vincentian Community, we inspire others to follow the example of St. Vincent de
Paul, who led and organized his contemporaries in creatively responding to those who are in
need.
As an institution of learning, we assist in the formation of a competent, creative and
socially responsible leader through our commitment to excellence in discovery, learning and
service.
As a catalyst of social transformation, we provide quality services that empower others
to become agents of change.

Attributes of an Adamson University Graduates

The Adamson- Vincentian Experience turns out well-rounded graduates who have three main
attributes: competence, character, and charity.

1. Competence

1.1. Creative and Critical Thinking

A critical thinker who can define, identify and evaluate problems in the workplace and
can innovate, create and formulate solutions to problems, and advance knowledge

1.2 Fluency and Articulateness


Articulate in the local and global languages in both in oral and written forms

1.3 Expertise and Life-long Learning


One who has mastery and in-depth understanding of his/her field of specialization and
a life-long independent learner who is keen on continuing self-improvement

1.4 Technology and Savviness


Able to put into good use the many tools, techniques, technology, and equipment
needed or appropriate to ones specific discipline

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Industrial Olay Roque Q. Raguidin
Chemistry

Committee Chairperson, Dean, College


Member ChE Dept. of Engineering
Chemical Engineering Department
School Year 2017 - 2018

1.5 Theory and Practice


Able to apply theory to practice and impart and implant their expertise among
upcoming practitioners and professionals

1.6 Leadership and Network


Well- equipped with strong leadership and networking qualities and skills

2. Character

2.1. Adamsonian Identity and Integrity


A person who has a sense of identity and pride and an unwavering loyalty to ones
Alma Mater and who has integrity and ethical uprightness

2.2 Commitment to Social Transformation


An agent of social transformation and community development

2.3 Patriotism and Universal Outlook


A person who possesses a universal outlook and respects cultural diversity yet proud of
his ethnicity and nationality and ready to help bring his/her country to progress

2.4 Care for the Environment


A person who has a special concern for the environment and great respect for creation

3. Charity

3.1. Faith in God


Always in pursuit of truth according to the Catholic tradition but always respectful of
other faith traditions; faithful in the practice of religion and has an active relationship
with God that makes him/her bear witness to his/her faith and share it with others

3.2. Spirit of St. Vincent De Paul


Inspired by the example of St. Vincent de Paul and in solidarity with the poor, he
commits himself/herself to use his/her talents to serve others following the Vincentian
approach to social development

College Mission Vision Statement


The Adamson University College of Engineering adheres in educating successful engineering
professionals marked by competence, character and charity, who can adopt and sustain a life-
long career of innovation and creativity.
The graduates of the College of Engineering shall:

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Industrial Olay Roque Q. Raguidin
Chemistry

Committee Chairperson, Dean, College


Member ChE Dept. of Engineering
Chemical Engineering Department
School Year 2017 - 2018

A. Promote excellence in engineering design and analysis with technical competence in their
chosen field of specialization.
B. Practice Vincentian professionalism committed to life-long learning to create a sustainable
environment.
C. Participate in community involvement leading to systemic change as social engineers.
Chemical Engineering Department Program Educational Objectives
PEO 1: The graduates demonstrate competence through creativity, lifelong learning and leadership
skills in their chosen career in Chemical Engineering.
PEO 2: The graduates demonstrate character through social responsibility, integrity and care for the
environment as practicing professionals in Chemical Engineering.
PEO 3: The graduates demonstrate charity by contributing their expertise in Chemical Engineering
to the society as inspired by Vincent de Paul.
Relationships of Adamson Graduate Attributes to Program Educational Objectives

Attributes of Adamson University Graduates


Competence Character Charity
Fluency & Articulateness

Technology & Savviness

Adamsonian Identity &

Patriotism & Universal


Leadership & Network

Spirit of St. Vincent De


Commitment to social
Expertise & Life-long
Creative & Critical

Program Educational
Theory & Practice

Transformation

Objectives (PEOs)

Environment
Faith in GOD
Care for the
Thinking

Learning

Integrity

Outlook

Paul
PEO 1: The graduates
demonstrate competence
through creativity, lifelong
X X X X X X X X
learning and leadership skills
in their chosen career in
Chemical Engineering.
PEO 2: The graduates
demonstrate character through
social responsibility, integrity
X X X X X
and care for the environment as
practicing professionals in
Chemical Engineering.

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Industrial Olay Roque Q. Raguidin
Chemistry

Committee Chairperson, Dean, College


Member ChE Dept. of Engineering
Chemical Engineering Department
School Year 2017 - 2018

PEO 3: The graduates


demonstrate charity by
contributing their expertise in
X X
Chemical Engineering to the
society as inspired by Vincent
de Paul.

Relationship of Program Outcomes to the Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)


Program Educational
Program Outcomes Objectives
The graduates of the program shall be able to: PEO1 PEO2 PEO3
a Ability to apply knowledge of mathematics and science to solve X
engineering problems

b Ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze X


and interpret data
c Ability to design a system, component, or process to meet desired X
needs within realistic constraints such as economic,
environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety,
manufacturability, and sustainability, in accordance with
standards
d Ability to function on multidisciplinary teams X

e Ability to identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems X

f Understanding of professional and ethical responsibility X


g Ability to communicate effectively X
h Broad education necessary to understand the impact of X
engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental, and
societal context
i Recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long X
learning;
j Knowledge of contemporary issues X
k Ability to use techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools X
necessary for engineering practice
l Knowledge and understanding of engineering and management X
principles as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects

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Industrial Olay Roque Q. Raguidin
Chemistry

Committee Chairperson, Dean, College


Member ChE Dept. of Engineering
Chemical Engineering Department
School Year 2017 - 2018

and in multidisciplinary environments

m Ability to engage in community extension services as exemplified X


by St. Vincent de Paul

1. Course and Instructor Information

College: Engineering
Department: Chemical Engineering
Course Title: ChE Industrial Chemistry (Laboratory)
Course Code: CH 314L
Pre-Requisite: Organic Chemistry Lec and Lab
Pre-Requisite To: None
Credit Units: 1 Unit / 54 hours
Instructor: Engr. Jerry G. Olay
Consultation Hours: MT 0900 HH 1000HH/ F 1100 HH 1200 HH

2. Course Description

This is a laboratory course that involves actual preparation of industrial products commonly
encountered in the chemical process industries such as manufacture of vegetable oil, refined
vegetable oil, soap, wine, refined sugar, paper etc.

3. Course Outcomes
Graduate Attributes Program Graduate Course Outcomes
Outcomes
1. The graduate demonstrates
competence through CO 1. Perform research on the
Ability to design and conduct
creativity, lifelong learning laboratory procedures in the
experiments, as well as to
and leadership skills in their preparation of industrial
analyze and interpret data.
chosen career in the field of products.
chemical engineering.
2. The graduate demonstrates CO 2. Conduct experiments
Ability to communicate
character through social dealing with common chemical
effectively.
responsibility, integrity and processes with important

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Industrial Olay Roque Q. Raguidin
Chemistry

Committee Chairperson, Dean, College


Member ChE Dept. of Engineering
Chemical Engineering Department
School Year 2017 - 2018

care for the environment as consideration on safety,


practicing professionals in economy and product quality.
chemical engineering.
3. The graduate demonstrates CO 3. Exhibit confidence and
charity by contributing their Ability to use techniques, ease in the laboratory
expertise in chemical skills, and modern preparation of the selected
engineering to the society as engineering tools necessary industrial products in
inspired by St. Vincent de for engineering practice. preparation for industrial
Paul exposure.

4. Course Assessment Matrix

PROGRAM GRADUATE
OUTCOMES
COURSE OUTCOMES A B C D E F G H I J K
CO 1. Perform research on the laboratory procedures in 1
the preparation of industrial products.
CO 2. Conduct experiments dealing with common
chemical processes with important consideration on 2
safety, economy and product quality.
CO 3. Exhibit confidence and ease in the laboratory 2
preparation of the selected industrial products in
preparation for industrial exposure.
1- Introductory, 2 Enabling, 3 Demonstrative

5. Final Course Output

As evidence of attaining the above course outcomes (CO), the student is required to
accomplish and submit the following during the indicated period/dates within the term:

COURSE OUTCOMES (CO) REQUIRED OUTPUT DUE DATE


CO 2. Conduct experiments Scheduled submission
dealing with common chemical A Product Development Plan per per term
processes with important Term (Prelim/Midterm/Finals)
consideration on safety, economy
and product quality.

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Industrial Olay Roque Q. Raguidin
Chemistry

Committee Chairperson, Dean, College


Member ChE Dept. of Engineering
Chemical Engineering Department
School Year 2017 - 2018

6. Rubrics

RUBRIC FOR ASSESSMENT RUBRIC FOR LABORATORY REPORTS:

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Industrial Olay Roque Q. Raguidin
Chemistry

Committee Chairperson, Dean, College


Member ChE Dept. of Engineering
Chemical Engineering Department
School Year 2017 - 2018

Ranking: On a scale from 1(lowest performance) to 4 (highest), assign points to each dimension based on the criteria below:
Student Outcomes Performance Evaluation Exceeds Meets Below Not Score Equivalent
Indicators Criteria Expectations Expectations Expectations Acceptable Weight
(4) (3) (2) (1)

k. Ability to use k.1. Demonstrate Use of software Chosen the most Chosen the Performed the No tools used in
techniques, skills, skills in the use for the recent software appropriate manual graphing the presentation
and modern of modern presentation and for the software for the for the and analysis of
engineering tools engineering analysis of data presentation and presentation and presentation and data.
necessary for tools and (8%) analysis of data. analysis of data. analysis of data.
engineering practice. techniques
necessary for
engineering
practice.
b. Ability to design b.1. Design Experimental Experimental Experimental Experimental Missing several
and conduct procedures to procedure procedures are procedures are procedures are important
experiments, as well obtain data (8%) well-written in written in written in experimental
as analyze and through paragraph format, paragraph format, paragraph format, details or not
interpret data. experiments all experimental important with missing some written in
according to details are well- experimental important paragraph format
standard detailed. details are experimental
protocol. covered, some details
minor details
missing.

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ChE Industrial Olay C. Roque Q. Raguindin
Chemistry
Lab Committee Chairperson Dean, College
Member of Engineering
Chemical Engineering Department
School Year 2017 - 2018

b.2. Analyze Analysis of data All important Results have been Some of the Incorrect
data from (24%) trends and data correctly results have been interpretation of
experiments comparisons have interpreted and correctly trends and
conducted. been interpreted discussed, only interpreted and comparison of
correctly and minor discussed; partial data indicating a
discussed, good improvements are but incomplete lack of
understanding of needed understanding of understanding of
results is results is still results
conveyed evident
b.3. Interpret All figures, All figures, Figures, graphs, Figures, graphs,
results from Data presentation graphs, tables are graphs, tables are tables are OK, tables contain
experiments and interpretation correctly correctly drawn, missing some errors or are
conducted. (24%) presented, are but some have important or poorly
numbered and minor problems or required features. constructed, have
contain could still be missing titles,
titles/captions. improved captions or
numbers, units
missing or
incorrect, etc.
g. Ability to g.1. Prepare Abstract/ All Less than 3 Occasional Frequent
communicate written Summary grammar/spelling grammar/spelling grammar/spelling grammar and/or
effectively. documents (12%) correct and very errors, mature, errors, generally spelling errors,
according to well-written readable style readable with writing style is
technical some rough spots rough and

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ChE Industrial Olay C. Roque Q. Raguindin
Chemistry
Lab Committee Chairperson Dean, College
Member of Engineering
Chemical Engineering Department
School Year 2017 - 2018

specification. in writing style immature


Introduction All sections are in All sections are in
Sections in order, Sections out of
(8%) order, well- order, well
contains the order, too much
formatted, very formatted but
minimum handwritten copy,
readable. could still be
allowable amount sloppy formatting
improved.
of handwritten
copy, formatting is
rough but readable
Conclusions and Conclusions have Conclusions have Conclusions have Conclusions did
Recommendation answered point answered some answered some not answer point
(8%) by point all the points in the point in the by point all the
research research research research
questions/objecti questions/objectiv questions/objectiv questions/objecti
ves with es with es but no ves and no
recommendations recommendation. recommendation. recommendation.
.
d. ability to function d.2. Perform Teamwork Everybody Seventy-five Fifty percent of Less than fifty
on multidisciplinary delegated tasks dynamics (8%) contributed the percent of the the members of percent of the
teams as part of a performed the members of the the team members
multidisciplinary delegated tasks in team performed performed the performed the
team. the activity. the delegated tasks delegated tasks in delegated tasks in
in the activity. the activity. the activity.
TOTAL
INTERPRETATION

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ChE Industrial Olay C. Roque Q. Raguindin
Chemistry
Lab Committee Chairperson Dean, College
Member of Engineering
Chemical Engineering Department
School Year 2017 - 2018

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ChE Industrial Olay C. Roque Q. Raguindin
Chemistry
Lab Committee Chairperson Dean, College
Member of Engineering
Chemical Engineering Department
School Year 2017 - 2018

7. Rubrics Transmutation Scores

Rubric Transmuted Rubric Transmuted Rubric Transmuted Rubric Transmuted


Score Score Score Score Score Score Score Score
1.00 0 2.10 39 3.10 73 3.65 89
1.10 4 2.20 42 3.15 75 3.70 91
1.20 7 2.30 46 3.20 76 3.75 92
1.30 11 2.40 49 3.25 78 3.80 94
1.40 14 2.50 53 3.30 79 3.85 95
1.50 18 2.60 56 3.35 81 3.90 97
1.60 21 2.70 60 3.40 82 3.95 98
1.70 25 2.80 63 3.45 84 4.00 100
1.80 28 2.90 67 3.50 85
1.90 32 3.00 70 3.55 86
2.00 35 3.05 72 3.60 88

8. Learning Plan

TEACHING
INTENDED
WEEK AND
COURSE LEARNING TOPIC ASSESSMENT
NO. LEARNING
OUTCOME OUTCOMES
ACTIVITIES

Laboratory Preparation of
Orientation and Product 1 Class
Course Development Discussions
Requirements a) Product
Description
b) Material
Composition
CO 1
Computation
c) Cost
CO 2 Computation
Material
CO 3 Costing
d) Procedure
Improvement
e) Documentation
and Product
Plan
Preparation
f) Packaging
Requirement

LO 1. Design Product 1: 2-5 Product Group


procedures to Preparation of Product

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ChE Industrial Olay C. Roque Q. Raguindin
Chemistry
Lab Committee Chairperson Dean, College
Member of Engineering
Chemical Engineering Department
School Year 2017 - 2018

obtain data Powder Detergent Development Development


through Report
experiments
according to
standard protocol Product 2:
Preparation of
LO 2. Analyze Fabric Conditioner
data from
experiments
conducted. Product 3:
Preparation of Soap
LO 3. Interpret
results from
experiments
conducted.
Product 4:
LO 4. Prepare
Preparation of
written documents
Cologne
according to
technical
specifications.

PRODUCT PRESENTATION 1 - 4 (PRELIMS)


CO 1 LO 1. Design Product 9: 7 Product Group
procedures to Preparation of -11 Development Product
CO 2 obtain data Flavored Nata de Development
through Coco (Advance Report
experiments Preparation)
CO 3
according to
standard protocol
Product 10:
LO 2. Analyze Preparation of Fruit
data from Wine (Advance
experiments Preparation)
conducted.

LO 3. Interpret
results from Product 5:
experiments Preparation of
conducted. Decorative Candle

LO 4. Prepare
written documents Product 6:
according to Preparation of

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ChE Industrial Olay C. Roque Q. Raguindin
Chemistry
Lab Committee Chairperson Dean, College
Member of Engineering
Chemical Engineering Department
School Year 2017 - 2018

technical Facial Toner


specifications.
Product 7:
Preparation of
Cosmetics (Facial
Crme)
PRODUCT PRESENTATION 5 - 7 (MIDTERM)
LO 1. Design Product Group
Product 8:
procedures to 13 Development Product
Production of
obtain data Development
Tomato Catsup
through Report
experiments Production of Paper 14- Lecture Group
CO 1 according to and Paper Products 17 Presentation
standard protocol - Local Industry Video
CO 2 - Beverage and Beer Presentation
LO 2. Analyze Production Class
CO 3 data from - Local Industry Discussion
experiments
conducted.
Glass Production
LO 3. Interpret - Local Industry
results from
experiments
conducted.
Current Market
Penetration
LO 4. Prepare
Strategies
written documents
- Branding
according to
- Product
technical
Improvement
specifications.
PRODUCT PRESENTATION ( 8-10) (FINALS)

9. Other Requirements and Assessments

Every term, each group will submit a written report based on the topics given and a softcopy
of the oral presentation.

10. Grading System

Periodic Grade = 20% Laboratory Performance + 40 % Product Presentation + 40% Product


Development Plan Report
Semestral Grade (FG) = 30% Prelim Grade+ 30% Midterm Grade + 40% Final Term Grade

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ChE Industrial Olay C. Roque Q. Raguindin
Chemistry
Lab Committee Chairperson Dean, College
Member of Engineering
Chemical Engineering Department
School Year 2017 - 2018

Semestral Grade Point


Grade Equivalent
97 100 1.00
93 96 1.25
89 92 1.50
85 88 1.75
82 84 2.00
79 81 2.25
76 78 2.50
73 75 2.75
70 72 3.00
<70 5.00

11. Textbooks

Chemical Engineering Industrial Chemistry Manual, Adamson University, 2013

12. References

1. Chaudri, Uttam Ray, Fundamentals of automatic process control, 2013


2. Moulijn, Jacob A, Chemical process technology, 2013
3. CAPTA (Organization), Introduction to process technology. 2010
4. Towler, Gavin, Chemical engineering design: principles, practice, and economics of plant
and process design, 2013

13. Classroom Policy

1. University policy on attendance and uniform will strictly be implemented.

2. When there is a need, use of electronic gadgets will be allowed during class.

3. Special examination will be granted based on the reason stipulated in the Student Manual.

4. Cheating acts include but are not limited to:

a. Writing formulas in Perrys handbook (including erased but visible formulas);

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Chemistry
Lab Committee Chairperson Dean, College
Member of Engineering
Chemical Engineering Department
School Year 2017 - 2018

b. Possession of unauthorized materials during exams, and acts described in the Student
Manual;

c. Once caught in any form of cheating would result to a grade of 0 for that particular exam
in the first offense and a grade of 5.0 in this course in the second offense.

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Chemistry
Lab Committee Chairperson Dean, College
Member of Engineering