CBE217-S15 Syllabus.docx - CBE 217 SDSM&T Spring 2015 CBE...

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CBE 217 SDSM&T Spring 2015 CBE 217: Chemical Engineering Material Balances Instructor(s) Dr. Jennifer Leberknight Office CBC-3312 [email protected] Classroom CBC 113 Lecture Time Tuesday and Thursday; 9:00 – 10:15 AM Office Hours Specific : Mon & Wed: 1:00 – 3:00 PM By Appointment : Contact the instructor to schedule a meeting time Course Pre- or Co-Requisites Chem 114 and Math 123 Required Textbook Elementary Principles of Chemical Processes by Richard M. Felder and Ronald W. Rosseau, Third Edition, John Wiley and Sons, Inc. (2005). Additional Resources Perry’s Chemical Engineer’s Handbook , Seventh Edition, McGraw Hill (1997). Instructional Methods This course will utilize lectures, reading, class exercises, homework problems, projects, quizzes and examinations as methods of instruction and assessment. Electronic Devices Policy Please turn off your cell phone before class starts. No text messaging in class. No headphones. This is a tablet PC class so you are allowed to bring your tablet to class each time we meet (fully charged). Computer use will not be allowed during the exams/final. Note that according to “Policy Governing Academic Integrity” in the SDSM&T Undergraduate Catalog, the instructor of record for this course has discretion on how acts of academic dishonesty are penalized, subject to the appeal process, and that “Penalties may range from requiring the student to repeat the work in question to failure in the course” (72-73). No other use of any other electronic/computer media is allowed during class time. Evaluation Homework, In-Class Exercises, and Projects : Problem solving is a major component of this course. Homework, in- class exercises, and projects will be assigned throughout the semester, and 1
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CBE 217 SDSM&T Spring 2015 may include problems requiring computer solutions (e.g. graphing, equation solvers, and simulations). Homework assignments (including computer projects) are to be completed and turned in on time. Late assignments will be accepted only with prior permission. All work should be written in a neat, organized manner - document your steps, sketch a drawing where appropriate, provide answers with appropriate units and significant figures, and box your final answers. Consultation with classmates is acceptable (and encouraged!), but YOU are responsible for understanding the material . Some assignments will be completed in groups, but each individual should participate. Outright copying of solutions will not be accepted and will be penalized .
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