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PAMANTASAN NG LUNGSOD NG MAYNILA

(University of the City of Manila)


COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT

COURSE
CODE

COURSE TITLE

UNITS

COURSE
TYPE

PREREQUISITE/ COREQUISITE

CHE 517

CHE Elective I
(Petroleum Engineering)

Lecture

5th year standing

COURSE
DESCRIPTIO
N

PRE-REQUISITE
TO

This course surveys the basic knowledge in the technology of assessing reservoir, mining,
refining and processing of petroleum as well as manufacture of petrochemical feedstocks. The
course also seeks to integrate knowledge of multiphase fluid flow, flow through porous media and
unit operations and processes in the overview of applications in petroleum technology. An
overview of the industrial, social and environmental impacts, as well as employment
opportunities, of the industry is also presented.

UNIVERSITY VISION
Scholars of Integrity and Excellence
The Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila (PLM), created by a National Charter (RA 4196, 1965), was envisioned to
be Manilas premier institution for higher learning. It provides superior standards of instructions, as well as
opportunities for outstanding research in technology and other areas for the development of the intellect and to
advance in human knowledge.
The Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila has adopted the policy of preferential option for the poor and therefore
has prioritized education for the underprivileged but talented students of Manila. Committed to the highest
intellectual and ethical standards. PLM strives to produce competent graduates with integrity who will be
responsible citizens who can contribute effectively to local, national and global initiatives for the progressive and
sustainable development of humanity.
Guided by the values of academic excellence, integrity and social responsibility, PLM endeavors to be one of the
leading universities in the ASEAN.
UNIVERSITY MISSION
The PLM Board of Regents, Management, Faculty, and Staff are committed:
1. To be recognized by Philippines and ASEAN academic accrediting agencies as a premier university for its
quality education, research, and extension services;
2. To insure that PLM maintains a higher than the national average performance on all professional licensure
examinations taken by its graduates;
3. To continue to provide the students with an education that will give them a competitive advantage for
employment opportunities
COLLEGE VISION
The College of Engineering and Technology will be the premier college in engineering technology education,
research and extension services.
COLLEGE MISSION
Guided by this Vision, we commit ourselves:
1. To uphold excellence to the undergraduate and graduate level through curriculum development, teaching,
relevant researches and extension services to the community.
2. To develop and nurture students to become professionally competent, community-directed and Godcentered individuals; and
3. To produce strong partnership with the industry, alumni and other stakeholders.
DEPARTMENT VISION
The Chemical Engineering (ChE) Department will be recognized as one of the leading programs in fulfilling the
Universitys mission through excellence in teaching, research and extension services.
DEPARTMENT MISSION
The ChE Department commits itself to:
1. Produce graduates who are technically competent and globally prepared in the chemical engineering
discipline through the provision of high quality undergraduate programs and research-centered curriculum;
2. Cultivate moral values, social awareness and professional commitment in the curriculum and extension

activities; and
3. Prepare our students for graduate studies.
PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES
Graduates of Chemical Engineering Program are expected to:
Be highly proficient in chemical engineering principles, mathematics, physical sciences and engineering
sciences as manifested in their involvement in process engineering, design and environmental systems
management
Demonstrate analytical thinking and problem solving skills
Be successful in pursuing advance degrees
PROGRAM OUTCOMES
A graduate of the Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering (BSChE) program must attain:
a. An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, physical sciences, engineering sciences to the practice of
chemical engineering.
b. An ability to design and conduct experiments to test hypotheses and verify assumptions, as well as to
analyze and interpret data and to simulate processes.
c. An ability to design, improve, innovate, and to supervise systems or processes to meet desired needs
within realistic constraints.
d. An ability to work effectively in multi-disciplinary and multi-cultural teams in diverse fields of practice.
e. An ability to identify, formulate, and solve chemical engineering problems.
f. An understanding of the effects and impact of the chemical engineering profession on the environment and
the society, as well as the social and ethical responsibilities of the profession.
g. The specialized knowledge in at least one field of chemical engineering practice, and the ability to apply
such knowledge to provide solutions to actual problems.
h. An ability for effective oral and written communications particularly in the English language.
i. An ability to engage in life-long learning and to keep abreast of the current trends and development in a
specific field of specialization.
j. An ability to use the appropriate techniques, skills and tools necessary for the practice of chemical
engineering.
k. A knowledge of contemporary issues.
COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES
After completing this course, the student must be able to:
1. Demonstrate a basic knowledge of exploration and
mining of petroleum
2. Analyze data for estimating volume of reservoir and
predicting reservoir performance
3. Apply knowledge of multiphase fluid flow and flow
through porous to interaction of petroleum and
subsurface rock layers
4. List and describe the various unit operations and
processes used in the processing and refining of
petroleum, as well as in the manufacture of
petroleum-based feedstocks
5. Show the dependence of other industries from
petroleum industry
6. Discuss the social and environmental impact of the
petroleum industry
7. Give an overview of the current state of the petroleum
industry, including employment and production
outlook

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PROGRAM OUTCOMES
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COURSE COVERAGE
WEEKS

1-2
3
4-6
7-9
10-11
12
13

14-15

16-17

Course
Learning
Outcomes
(CLO)

TOPIC

Teaching
and
Learning
Activities
(TLA)

Assessment
Tasks (AT)

1. Basic Petroleum Geology


a. Reservoir Fluid and Rock Properties
2. Fundamentals of Reservoir Fluid Flow
3. Gas Reservoir Classification and Evaluation
4. Drilling Fundamentals
5. Production Operations and Optimization
6. Primary Recovery Mechanisms
7. Enhanced Recovery Mechanisms
8. Processing and Refining of Petroleum
a. Raw Materials
b. Unit Operations and Processes Involved
c. Process Flow Sheet
d. Classification of Products
9. Petroleum-based Feedstock to Other Industries
a. Industries requiring petroleum-based
feedstocks

b. Manufacture of feedstocks
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10. The impacts of the petroleum industry


a. Socio-economic importance
b. Environmental concerns and issues

COURSE ASSESSMENT

The students will be graded according to the following:


Midterm Examination
20%
Final Examination
20%
Quizzes
35%
Homework, Board work and Seatwork
15%
Project (Problem Set)
10%
Passing: 75% (50 based)
Transmutation:
98 - 100
95 97
92 94
89 91
86 88
83 85
80 82
77 79
75 76
Below 75

REFERENCES

CLASS POLICY

1.00
1.25
1.50
1.75
2.00
2.25
2.50
2.75
3.00
5.00

Fahim, MA, Al-Sahhaf, TA and Elkilani, AS (2010). Fundamentals of Petroleum


Refining, (1st Ed). Elsevier
Khan MI and Islam MR (2007). The Petroleum Engineering Handbook:
Sustainable Operations, (1st Ed). Gulf Publishing Company, Houston, Texas
1. No make-up quiz except for a very rational reason with the presentation of
medical certification signed by attending physician and parent consent.
2. Missed oral presentation will be ZERO regardless of the reason.
3. Tardiness during presentation of another student will have corresponding
deductions on the oral presentation grade of the concerned student.
4. Cellular phones should be placed in silent mode during the conduct of the class.

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5. Late submission of requirement will not be accepted regardless of the reason.

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SAMPLE ONLY
Rubric for Oral Presentation (50% of the grade) Total of 40 points
CONTENT

0*
*

Beginning
1
Student does not have
grasp of information;
student cannot answer
questions about
subject.

Developing
2
Student is uncomfortable
with information and is
able to answer only
rudimentary questions.

Proficient
3
Student is at ease with
expected answers to all
questions, without
elaboration.

O
Audience cannot
understand
presentation because
there is no sequence
of information.
O
Students presentation
has four or more
spelling and/or
grammatical errors.
O
No eye contact with
audience, as entire
report is read from
notes.

O
Audience has difficulty
following presentation
because student jumps
around.

O
Student presents
information in logical
sequence which
audience can follow.

O
Presentation has three
misspellings and/or
grammatical errors.

O
Presentation has no
more than two
misspellings and/or
grammatical errors.
O
Consistent use of direct
eye contact with
audience, but still
returns to notes.

SUBJECT
KNOWLEDGE*
Has highlighted major and
important points, can
answer questions from
the audience
ORGANIZATION*
audience can follow
presentation flow;
information is sequenced
O
MECHANICS
presentation free from
typographical, spelling or
grammatical error;
O
EYE CONTACT does not
read the report;
spontaneous presentation
O

O
Student mumbles,
incorrectly pronounces
terms, and speaks too
quietly for a majority of
students to hear; used
English 25% of the
time during delivery
and explanation

O
Student does not at all
seem prepared to
present; Has no
backup plan during
failure of technology
and did not acted quick
to address it

ELOCUTION and
ARTICULATION has the
right volume and
modulation of voice; use
of English language

PREPARATION and
TIME MANAGEMENT
conscious of time
allotment; starts and ends
on time; has back up plan
in case of technology
failure; use of handouts
O
VISUAL AIDS
Use of videos, graphics,
high resolution images;
ppt not too wordy

O
BODY LANGUAGE and
POISE***

O
ENTHUSIASM***

O
No visual aids were
used

O
No movement or
descriptive gestures;
Tension and
nervousness is
obvious; has trouble
recovering from
mistakes.
O
Shows absolutely no
interest in topic
presented.

O
Displayed minimal eye
contact with audience,
while reading mostly from
the notes.
O
Students voice is low.
Student incorrectly
pronounces terms.
Audience members have
difficulty hearing
presentation; used
English 50% of the time
during delivery and
explanation
O
Student is somewhat
prepared but it is evident
that rehearsal was
lacking. Started 10
minutes late but ended on
time; Has no backup plan
during failure of
technology but is quick to
address it
O
Visual aids were
occasionally appropriate
and related to the spoken
message; the ppt
contains lots of words and
very few tables and
graphs
O
Very little movement or
descriptive gestures;
Displays mild tension; has
trouble recovering from
mistakes.
O
Shows some negativity
toward topic presented.

O
O
*weight is times two; **No show including absence; ***Weight is *0.5
COMMENT:

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Advance
4
Student demonstrates full
knowledge by answering
all
class questions with
explanations and
elaboration.
O
Student presents
information in logical,
interesting sequence
which audience can
follow.
O
Presentation has no
misspellings or
grammatical errors.
O
Holds attention of entire
audience with the use of
direct eye contact,
seldom looking at notes.

O
Students voice is clear.
Student pronounces
most words correctly.
Most audience
members can hear
presentation; used
English 75% of the time
during delivery and
explanation
O
Student seems pretty
prepared but requires
more rehearsals.
Started 5 minutes late
but ended on time.
Somehow dependent
on technology.

O
Student uses a clear
voice and correct, precise
pronunciation of terms so
that all audience
members can hear
presentation; used
English 100% of the time
during delivery and
explanation
O
Student is completely
prepared and has
obviously rehearsed.
Started and ended on
time. Is not totally
dependent on the use of
technology.

O
Visual aids supported
the presentation
effectively; ppt contains
several tables and
graphs

O
Visual aids were carefully
prepared and supported
the presentation
effectively. The aids
added impact and
interest to the
presentation
O
Movements seem fluid
and help the audience
visualize; Student
displays relaxed, selfconfident nature about
self, with no mistakes.

O
Made movements or
gestures that enhances
articulation; Makes
minor mistakes, but
quickly recovers from
them; displays little or
no tension.
O
Occasionally shows
positive feelings about
topic.
O

O
Demonstrates a strong,
positive feeling about
topic during entire
presentation.
O

SCORE

SAMPLE ONLY
Rubric for Written Report (50% of the grade) Total of 40 points:
CRITERIA
Beginning
(1)
Report topic lacks
relevance or direction;
Focuses on definition
only; multiple factual
omissions
O

CONTENT*
Important topics are
covered, relevant,
updated and with
accurate facts
COMPLETENESS*
Level of detail, depth,
development of ideas,
appropriate length

Text does not provide


adequate depth; unclear
or underdeveloped;
report is too short or
unnecessarily long
O

ORGANIZATION/
CLARITY*
Logical ordering of ideas,
transitions between
paragraphs, coherence,
conciseness
USE OF LITERATURE
AND PERMANENT
RESOURCES
follows accepted format
conventions (APA, MSA,
IEEE etc.)
GRAMMAR/
MECHANICS
Correct usage, spelling,
proper
sentence/paragraph
structure, formatting

CREATIVITY AND
PRESENTATION
unique or original
presentation of ideas

ON TIME SUBMISSION

Ideas are not presented


in order; No outline
provided; text lacks
transition between ideas;
text is too wordy or
unclear
O

LEVELS
Developing
Proficient
(2)
(3)
Topic have minimal
Topic is amply focused
relevance and
and relevant; facts are
partially focused;
accurate and complete
some facts are not
in general
properly supported
O
O
Text provides adequate
Requires additional
depth; major ideas are
depth in some parts;
adequately developed
lacks some important
and requires minor
details; report maybe
reinforcement; report is
short
proper length
O
O
Majority of ideas in
Some ideas are not
logical order with
presented in proper
adequate transitions
order; paragraph
between most
transitions needed in
paragraphs; text is
places; some text
generally clear and
wordy and unclear
understandable
O
O

All resources taken from


the internet; Does not
observe proper
referencing format

Some resources from


relevant internet sites;
some resources are
properly formatted

Literatures are taken


from various types or
resources; follows the
acceptable format

O
Text may contain
some spelling,
grammar, punctuation
or sentence errors;
phrasing maybe
improved; table and
figures improperly
labeled or cited
O

O
Text has no serious
spelling, grammar or
punctuation errors;
adequate word
selection and phrasing;
Most tables and figures
are properly labeled
and cited
O

Little support provided to


major ideas; inadequate
use of tables, charts,
graphs

Report contains some


original ideas;
attempts to use some
tables, charts, graphs

Report may address a


unique or original topic;
creative and wellplanned effort is
evident; significant use
of tables, charts, graphs

Text contains several


spelling, grammar or
punctuation errors; use of
fragments; poor phrasing;
Table and figures not
labeled and cited

Document was not


submitted on time

Document was
submitted after the
official class hour

Document was
submitted after the oral
report

SCORE
Advance
(4)
Topic is significantly
focused and highly
relevant; contains
no factual error
O
Text provides god
depth and details;
ideas are well
developed; report is
of appropriate length
O
Ideas are presented
in logical order with
effective transitions
between
paragraphs; text is
clear and concise
O
Literatures are taken
from various
updated types or
resources; follows
the acceptable
format
O
Text contains no
spelling, grammar or
punctuation errors;
clear sentence
structure
O
Report addresses a
unique or original
topic; Innovative
approach is used;
excellent use of
tables, charts,
graphs
O
Document was
submitted before the
start of the
presentation
O

*weight is times two

COURSE
CODE/ TITLE

EFFECTIVITY
DATE

REVISION
DATE

PREPARED BY
(Faculty)

REVIEWED BY
(Dept Chair)

APPROVED BY
(Dean)

NUMBER OF
PAGES

CHE 517
CHE Elective I

1st semester
2014-2015

N/A

Engr. Milagros
R. Cabangon

Engr. Elaine G.
Mission

Engr. Clydelle
M. Rondaris

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