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ENCH 601 - Research Seminar Universal Student Ratings of Instruction ENCH 609 - Natural Gas Processing Technology Universal

Student Ratings of Instruction ENCH 619 - Special Problems Universal Student Ratings of Instruction ENCH 620B - Graduate Project Universal Student Ratings of Instruction ENCH 621 - Reservoir Simulation Universal Student Ratings of Instruction ENCH 623 - Chemical Reactor Design Universal Student Ratings of Instruction ENCH 627 - Chemical Process Simulation Universal Student Ratings of Instruction ENCH 633 - Chemical Thermodynamics Universal Student Ratings of Instruction ENCH 639 - Applied Numerical Methods in Engineering Universal Student Ratings of Instruction ENCH 645 - Industrial and Produced Wastewater Treatment Universal Student Ratings of Instruction ENCH 647 - Thermal Recovery Methods Universal Student Ratings of Instruction ENCH 665 - Wastewater Issues for the Oil & Gas Industry Universal Student Ratings of Instruction ENCH 687 - Petroleum Economics Universal Student Ratings of Instruction ENCH 698 - Reservoir Characterization for Field Development Universal Student Ratings of Instruction ENCH 701 - Experimental Design & Error Analysis Universal Student Ratings of Instruction

Courses Winter 2014


Afternoon and Evening Course Offerings Winter Session 2014: Revised July 24, 2013

ENCH 539 POLYMER ENGINEERING L01 MWF 13:00-14:00 ENC 123 SUNDARARAJ, U Introduction to polymer science and technology. Molecular structure, processing, rheology, thermal, physical and mechanical properties. Synthetic polymers used in biomedical, manufacturing and other advanced technological applications. ENPE 523 INTRODUCTION TO RESERVOIR ENGINEERING L01 MW 18:30-20:00 ENE 239 HEJAZI, H Description and estimation of rock and fluid properties; reserve estimation using volumetric and material balance methods in gas, gas-condensate and oil reservoirs; discussion of different reservoir drive mechanisms; aquifer models; Darcy's law and single-phase flow through porous media; introduction to well testing, solution of radial diffusivity equation corresponding to infinite-acting and pseudo-steady state flow, of slightly compressible fluids and real gases. ENPE 525 WATERFLOODING AND ENHANCED OIL RECOVERY L01 TR 12:30-14:00 ENA 03 MAINI, B Discussion of two-phase flow in media, wettability, relative permeability and capillary pressure; trapping and mobilization of residual oil; immiscible displacement theory; linear waterflood calculations; viscous fingering in immiscible displacements; flood patterns and sweep efficiency considerations; characterization of reservoir heterogeneity; waterflood prediction models Stiles, Dykstra-Parsons, CGM and Streamtube models; introduction to black-oil simulators; designing a waterflood; monitoring and analysis of waterflooding performance. ENPE 533 - PETROLEUM PRODUCTION ENGINEERING L01 MW 17:00-18:30 ENE 243 CHEN, S Principles of oil and gas production mechanics. Analysis and discussion of factors governing the flow of fluids from the formation to the surface facility. Reservoir inflow performance. Diagnostic analysis of well test data. Decline analysis. Wellbore hydraulics and multiphase flow. Nodal analysis for optimization of the production system. Methods of well completions and stimulation. Artificial lift. Introduction to surface facilities design. ENPE 573 UNCONVENTIONAL GAS EXPLOITATION L01 W 19:00-22:00 ICT 114 AGUILERA, R Overview of unconventional gas resources (tight gas sands, coal bed methane, shale gas and natural gas hydrates). Geological aspects, reservoir characterization; drilling, completion and stimulation methods; appraisal and well testing; facilities and production, transportation and marketing; economics and cost drivers; environmental and regulatory issues. ENCH 609 - NATURAL GAS PROCESSING TECHNOLOGY L01 T 18:30-21:30 ENE 241 MONNERY, W Design and operation criteria for production, wellhead treatment, transportation and processing of natural gas; refrigeration and compression; cryogenics; dew point control; LPG and sulphur recovery; environmental control issues; economic considerations. Prerequisite: Chemical Engineering 607 or consent of the Department. ENCH 619.38 POLYMER ENGINEERING L01 MWF 13:00-14:00 ENC 123 SUNDARARAJ, U Polymer science and technology; material characterization (molecular weight, solid state properties, viscoelasticity; molecular structure); polymer rheology (non-Newtonian flow, rheometry of polymer solutions and melts); polymer processing and modeling of operations; polymers in biomedical, manufacturing and other applications. ENCH 619.47 - PHASE BEHAVIOUR OF OIL & GAS SYSTEMS [P] L05 F 12:00-15:00 ENC 127 DONG, M ENCH 619.73 Pinch Analysis (Short course) L02 MTWRF 5:30-9:30 ENC 127 PANJESHAHI, H ENCH 619.91- ADVANCED DRILLING OPTIMIZATION [P] L03 M 17:30-20:30 EEEL 345 HARELAND, G ENCH 621 - RESERVOIR SIMULATION [P] L01 R 18:30-21:30 ENC 123 GHEDAN, S Enhanced recovery modeling (generalized black-oil, compositional & miscible), well treatment, grid orientation, new developments in gridding, thermal models, naturally fractured reservoirs and induced fractures, adaptation of models to vector & parallel machines, and practical aspects of conducting simulation studies. Prerequisite or Co requisite: Petroleum Engineering 523 or equivalent

ENCH 623 - CHEMICAL REACTOR DESIGN L01 TR 15:3017:00 ENC 127 L. BEHIE Factors involved in design and operation of chemical reactions for both homogenous and heterogeneous systems; batch reactors; reactors; cold shot cooling in reactor; determination of optimal temperature gradients and yields; catalyst effectiveness factors, optimal control with decaying catalysts. Analysis of sulphur plant reactor design by using an approach to equilibrium procedure, optimization of reactor cost including capital, maintenance, feed stock, heat and control. ENCH 633 CHEMICAL THERMODYNAMICS L01 MW 15:30-17:00 ENC 033 H. SONG Basic thermodynamic principles, calculation of thermodynamic properties, ideal and non-ideal solution theory, calculation of phase equilibria, properties of reacting mixtures. Prerequisite: ENCH 427 or equivalent ENCH 639- APPLIED NUMERICAL METHODS ENGG L01 MW 14:00-15:30 ENC 033 SIEGLER, H Numerical solution of systems of linear and non-linear algebraic equations, eigenvalue problems; numerical solution of systems of ordinary and partial differential equations; interpolation, extrapolation, and curve fitting; introduction to finite element and spectral methods. Prerequisite: ENGG407 or equivalent and use of programming language. ENCH 645- INDUSTRIAL AND PRODUCED WASTEWATER TREATMENT L01 TR 14:00-15: 30 ENC 033 HUSEIN, M ENCH 647 - THERMAL RECOVERY METHODS [P] L01 W 19:00-22:00 ENE 322 MEHTA, R/FAROUQ-ALI Thermal recovery methods; production of heavy oil & bitumen; cyclic steam stimulation; steam flooding; in-situ combustion; steam-assisted-gravity-drainage; theory of heat flow in reservoirs. Prerequisite: Petroleum Engineering 429 or 523 or equivalent or consent of the Department. ENCH 665 - WASTE WATER ISSUES FOR THE OIL & GAS INDUSTRY [P] L01 T 18:30-21:30 ENE 322 SALLAMIE, N Review of produced water characteristics; regulations governing produced water management, management options; technologies used for produced water treatment, novel/emerging technologies; process design approaches and comparative evaluation of various technologies. Case Studies. ENCH 687 - PETROLEUM ECONOMICS [P] L01 M 18:00-21:00 ENC 123 S. LETROS The course covers economic analysis and risk management practices in the energy sector. Emphasis is placed on uncertainty and risk in decision making. Investment ranking and portfolio development are covered. ENCH 701-EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN & ERROR ANALYSIS L01 TR 17:00-18:30 ENE 322 J. BERGERSON Statistical analysis and design of engineering experiments; random variables and sampling distributions; estimation and hypothesis testing; concepts of central tendency, variability, confidence level; correlation, regression and variation analysis; robust estimation; experiments of evaluation; experiments of comparison; factorial experiments (analysis of variance); and experimental designs (involving randomization, replication, blocking and analysis of covariance). Intended for MSc/PhD students. MEng students may be able to register with Instructor's Permission.