Module Notes
Faculty Member (Members):
Undergraduate, 3rd Semester (2nd Year, Fall)
Module Category: Compulsory Modules
Module Type: Background Courses
Teaching Language: Greek
Course Code: CHM_363
Credits: 5
ECTS Credits: 7
Teaching Type: Lectures (4h/W) Laboratory (3h/W) Project/Homework (8/Semester)
Module Availability on Erasmus Students: No
Course URL: E-Class (CMNG2102)
Module Details

Ability to use compilers through an Integrated Development Environment for formulating basic science and engineering problems in a high level computer language.

Ability to understand and use basic numerical algorithms .

Ability to solve engineering problems using computer programming.

Ability to present written and/or oral original homework and (optionally) mini project reports

It is preferable that students have followed the lyceum course ‘Application Development in a Programming Environment’ or the first year elective ChE162 ‘Introduction to Computers’.

Computer Programming and Chemical Engineering. Algorithms: categories, data structures, design techniques, performance analysis. Elements of Fortran 95/2003/2008 with selective presentation of elemental C++. Basic data types, expressions and statements, operator and data type precedence. Flow control structures: conditional branching, case selection, iterative and conditional loops. Input-output statements, file handling. Arrays: elements and sectors, array constructors, subscript triplets, vector subscripts, implied loops. Masked array assignment (where, forall). Procedures: functions, subroutines, elemental and recursive procedures. Dynamic Data Structures: dynamic arrays, allocatable, assumed shape and automatic arrays, pointers, lists. Derived data types. Modules: module procedures, data range and association, procedure interfaces, user defined and overloaded operators, generic procedures. Object Oriented Programming: encapsulation, polymorphism, inheritance. Basic algorithm examples: search and sort, random numbers, equation solving, integration, data visualization using Excel and GNUPLOT.

Keywords: Computer Programming, Algorithms, Fortran 2008

Teaching Organization


Total Module Workload (ECTS Standards):

174 Hours

1)  Lab homeworks and tests account for 30% of the final mark provided the exam and lab marks are ≥5 .

2)  Mini project concerning original data analysis and presentation on volunteer basis can lead to a bonus of 30% provided the exam mark is are ≥4

3)  Internediate written exam and Final written and/or oral exam

  1. Fortran 95/2003 for Scientists and Engineers (3rd edition) (In English). S. J. Chapman. McGraw Hill 2008. 978-0-07-319157-7
  2. Programming Fortran 90/95 for Scientists and Engineers (In Greek). D. S. Mataras, F. A. Coutelieris. Tziolas Publishing 2001, ISBN 960-6219-43-X
  3. Introduction to Fortran 90 (In Greek). L. Nyhoff, S. Leestma. ION publishing 2004. ISBN 960-411-492-1
  4. eclass materials: Lecture presentations, Solved lab, homework and past exam subjects.