Chapter1 - Introduction Objectives Introductions Syllabus...

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Copyright 2003 John Baldwin 1 Introduction Objectives Introductions Photos Introductions – Instructor: John Baldwin § B.S.Ch.E. – 1964 § M.S.Ch.E. – 1966 § Ph.D. – 1968 Worked for various companies: § § M. W. Kellogg (Houston) § Heat Transfer Research, Inc. (College Station) Returned to A&M in 1995 § Primary instructor for Plant Design Have been active in National AIChE (CAST Division) Occasional consulting for process design engineering
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2 Introductions - Students To improve potential of knowing each of you, I will take digital photos as memory aid Photos § At end of class § Sign-up sheet § Electronic copy of your photo available on request (via email) Note office hours – will be preparing course material all summer so not always available. Homework is the secret to success in the course. Even if you have access to problem answers, work problems yourself! Note topics. Exams will be given (per schedule): § After conduction § After convection/phase change § Final – primarily over heat exchangers and radiation § A make-up will be given, if needed Project: If given, will account for 40% of homework. If given, grouping will be at student discretion.
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This note was uploaded on 03/26/2008 for the course CHEN 323 taught by Professor Johnbaldwin during the Fall '03 term at Texas A&M.

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