MWF
10:40-11:30
356A
Fitzpatrick
Course Synopsis
This course introduces the topic of chemical engineering analysis that enables us to express engineering problems in
precise quantitative terms. This
translation process, from physical system to mathematical description, will be
emphasized throughout the course. The fundamental principles that will be used
are the conservation laws of mass and energy adapted to the particular
situations of interest. These may be closed systems (no flow into or out of the
system boundaries) or open systems where such flows occur. We will deal with
multicomponent systems, multiphase systems and the presence of chemical
engineering. Example applications will include chemical processes, naturally
occurring phenomena as well as biological and medical systems.
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complete this course.
Instructor
Teaching Assistants
Course Grading
Homework |
20% |
Hour tests (9/26,10/26) |
45% |
Final Exam (12/16, 8 AM) |
35% |
Homework
Homework is usually assigned as groups of problems that are due on
Wednesday.
Discussion Sections
Discussion sections will meet approximately every other week and will be
used for introducing example problems and answering questions related to
homework.
Lecture/Discussion Material
Iterative numerical solution notes:
Antoine.nb
Study Guides
Homework questions
Homework solutions
"Minute" Quiz questions and
answers
Tests from previous years:
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