Chemical Engineering Board Exam Scope

These are the subjects covered by the Chemical Engineering Licensure Examination in the Philippines. If you are preparing for the Chemical Engineering Boards, make sure you cover all of these in your review:

A. General Inorganic Chemistry: Matter and energy, theory of atoms and molecules, chemical periodicity, calculation principles in chemical changes, chemical bonding, solutions, chemical equilibrium, chemical kinetics, and nuclear chemistry.
B. Organic Chemistry: Structural characteristics and reaction mechanism of different organic compounds: aliphatic, aromatics, arenas, alcohols, aldehydes, ketones, carboxylic acids, carbohydrates, amino acids, and proteins.
C. Analytical Chemistry: Theory and practice of gravimetric and volumetric methods of analysis and their application methods in the analysis of acids, bases, salts, and minerals.
D. Physical Chemistry: Properties of gases, liquids, solids and solutions; introduction to first and second laws of thermodynamics; thermochemistry; homogeneous and heterogeneous equilibria; transference and conductance of ionized solutions; and electrochemistry.
E. Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics: First and second laws of thermodynamics, P-V-T relationships of fluids, heat effects, thermodynamics of flow processes, power and refrigeration cycles, phase equilibria, and chemical reaction equilibrium.

A. Mathematics: Algebra, Trigonometry, Analytic Geometry, Differential Calculus, Integral Calculus, Differential Equation, Statistics & Probability Theory
B. Physics: Mechanics, waves, sound, heat, electricity, magnetism, and light.
C. Engineering Mechanics: Statics and dynamics; free body concepts; equilibrium of coplanar and non-coplanar systems; analysis of frames and trusses; friction; centroids and moments of inertia; motion of particles and rigid bodies; mass, force and acceleration; work and energy; impulse and momentum.
D. Strength of Materials: Axial stress and strain, stresses in torsion and bending, combined stresses, beam deflections, indeterminate beams, and elastic instability.
E. Engineering Economics: Introductory financial accounting; financial mathematics; time value of money; break-even analysis capital investment decision criteria; and engineering-oriented applications.

A. Chemical Engineering Calculations: Elementary mass and energy balances; stoichiometry, principles of equilibrium applicable to unit operations and processes; material and energy balances applicable to industrial process, e.g., gaseous, liquid and solid fuels, sulfur, nitrogen compound, etc.
B. Reaction Kinetics: Principles and applications of chemical kinetics to the design of chemical reactors.
C. Unit Operations: Principles of fluid mechanics; heat, mass and momentum transfer; separation processes; stage-wise operations.
D. Plant Design: Application of physical and chemical principles in the design of industrial plants or parts thereof involving preparation of process flow sheets, mass and energy balances, and equipment design.
E. Chemical Process Industries: Unit processes and operations involved in the inorganic and organic chemical industries.
F. Biochemical Engineering: Aspects of biological sciences, primarily microbiology and biochemistry, which are applicable to process industries
G. Environmental Engineering: Types of pollutants; physical, chemical, and biological processes applicable to pollution control and abatement.
H. Instrumentation and Process Control: Principles and operations of a wide variety of process instruments and the proper selection thereof for practical industrial application.
I. Laws, Contracts, and Ethics: Legal and ethical issues related to the practice of chemical engineering, including intellectual property and environmental laws.

You can read more of the detailed guidelines on the ChE Board published Syllabi.


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