Fire and Explosion Safety (SKPG 4233)

This course enables students to understand the basic concept of fire science and combustion and related calculations as well as to expose them to the concept of explosion and detonation. In addition, the principles of fire and explosion protection and mitigation will be discussed within the context of understanding the fire and explosion development mechanism. At the end of the course, students should be able to explain and relate the fundamental knowledge of combustion, flame and explosion and its important safety aspects involving gaseous fuel utilization. Students should able to apply general combustion and engineering principles to fires and explosion and should know the parameters involved on the initiation of both fire and explosion. The students should be also able to use CFD fire modeling (CFast) to analyze the fire development on the case studies given.


SKKK 4163- Safety and health in chemical industries

Course SynopsisSKKK4163-CLO This course presents fundamental principle of safety and risk assessment in chemical process industry. In particular, it emphasises on safety legislations, inherent safety design concept, methods of hazard … [Continue reading]

MKPM1143- Hydrocarbon Gas Thermodynamics and Utilization

Course synopsis This course provides students further understanding of knowledge of hydrocarbon gas thermodynamic properties and its relation to other various gas utilization related properties such as combustion, flames etc. The contents of … [Continue reading]

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HCI short drama

The User is a King and an example of Short Drama from Stanford University. This could give some inspiration to your group presentation … [Continue reading]