Unit Operation 3023 Fall 2016 Syllabus - Nabila Shamim

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Prairie View A&M University Chemical Engineering Department CHEG 3023-P02: Unit Operations Fall 2016 Syllabus Dr. Nabila Shamim, Adjunct Instructor Office: 201A C.L. Wilson Phone: 936-261-9410 [email protected] Office Hours: T 9:30 12:30 p.m. (or by appointment) COURSE Meeting Time: MWF 9:00 9:50 AM Location: New Electrical Engr Bldg 137 Prerequisites: CHEG 2053 with minimum grades of C Required Text: Unit Operations of Chemical Engineers. 7th Edition, McCabe, Smith and Harriott, McGraw-Hill, 2005, ISBN: 0-07-284823-5 References: Fluid Mechanics for Chemical Engineers. 3rd edition, N. de Nevers, McGraw-Hill, 2005, ISBN: 978-0-07-256608-6 Evaluation: This course will utilize the following instruments to determine student grades and proficiency of the learning outcomes for the course. The course has been designed to ensure that students acquire a solid grounding in ABET Outcomes e and i. Description: Fluid statics and its applications, fluid flow phenomena, basic equations of flow, incompressible flow in pipes and channels, flow of compressible fluids, flow past immersed objects, transportation and metering of fluids, agitation and mixing of liquids. Goals: The goal of this course is to prepare the students in the following: 1. Identify and analyze problems in unit operations. 2. Formulate and solve problems in unit operations. 3. Report information regarding unit operations in chemical engineering. 4. Perform research analysis on chemical engineering unit operations. 5. Design and analyze equipment utilized in unit operations in chemical engineering.
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GRADING POLICY Items Weight % Project 15 % 3 Tests 45 % Homework/ 10 % Quiz 10 % Final 20 % Grade Scale: A = 100 - 90 B = 89 - 80 C = 79 - 65 D = 64 - 50 F = 49 or below TESTS & TESTING POLICY • Tests will occur in class and will consist of closed and open book portions. • NO MAKE -UP EXAMS WILL BE GIVEN. A missed exam due to an excusable absence will not be added into the students Test Average; therefore, only three tests will count for that student. Only the hardcopy edition of the text may be used on open book exams. NO EXCEPTIONS! • No electronic device will be allowed including iPads and eReaders. • No graphing calculators are allowed for any test or quiz. Students must purchase a small scientific calculator to use on exams. A cell phone cannot be use as a replacement for a graphing calculator on an exam. • No bathroom breaks are allowed during a test or a quiz. If a student leaves the room during this time, their exam/quiz will be collected and considered finished by the student. • Any sightings of a cellular phone during an exam or a quiz will automatically result in a grade of zero for that student, and the student will be referred to the department head. Such meetings must take place within a week of the violation.
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