CHE - Foundations of Chemical Engineering ChE 0100, Fall...

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Foundations of Chemical Engineering ChE 0100, Fall 2009 (2101) Instructor: Robert S. Parker 1241 BEH [email protected] c ± 2009, R.S. Parker University of Pittsburgh Pittsburgh, PA 15261 –p.1/110
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“Pop Quiz” and Pictures Hope you’re feeling photogenic Complete (individually) your “Pop Quiz” while others are getting pictures taken Collect “handouts” after your picture has been taken GO! –p.2/110
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Welcome! TAs: Candice Deleo, Andy Glowacki, and Kristina Thomas Course Text #1: Elementary Principles of Chemical Processes by R.M. Felder and R.W. Rousseau Course Text #2: Separation Process Principles by J.D. Seader and E.J. Henley Reference Text (available in BEH library): Separation Process Engineering by P. Wankat Optimization of Chemical Processes by T. Edgar, D. Himmelblau, and L. Lasdon –p.3/110
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Syllabus Highlights Absolute grading scale Average Minimum Grade Component Weight 85% A- Homework 15% 75% B- Quizzes 15% 65% C- Project 15% Mid-Term Exams 30% Final Exam 20% Class Participation 5% Total 100% –p.4/110
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HW, Rec, & Project Details Homework »c on s u l tyou rf r i e nd s »n am eyou rc s u l t a n t s »p e rp rob l emg r a d ings c a l e :0 -1 -2 Project »g roup w o rk(3 -4p e op l e ) »mo r ed e t a i l stoc om e –p.5/110
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Exam and Quiz Details Exams »c omp r e h e n s i v e »fo c u sonr e c e n tm a t e r i a l lo s e d -boo k ,c s e dno t e s »“ c h e a t - s h e e t ”a l low e d(1p a g e ) » time and location TBD Quizzes »noa dv a n c e dw a rn ing »ind i v idu a lw o rk ,g roup (3 -4p e r s o n s )w o ,o r both –p.6/110
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Class Web Sites URL: http://courseweb.pitt.edu »r awg r a d e sa v a i l a b l eh e r e–d o u b l e - c h e c kfo r errors! Announcements, corrections, hints CLASS NOTES FOR DOWNLOAD »n ews e t s ,upd a t e s ,a ndc o r r e c t io n sth e semester progresses »b e s ti fb roug h ttoc l a s s » supplement lecture Non-pitt.edu email users: forward your pitt email to the address you use! –p.7/110
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Class Participation PLEASE PARTICIPATE 3 × 5card#1:name ,email,hometownand state/country, nickname, birthday »Ic a l lonp e op l ea tr a ndom toa n sw e rq u e s t io n s »youw i l lr e c e i v e“ th ink ingt im e ”(u s u . 1min) »“ Idon tknow ”r e s u l t sinat a b l ec o n s u l t a t n »c r i t i c a lth ing :Im a yp l a yth eD e v i l sa d v o c a t e Two Minute Drill »s t a r to fc l a s s( a ndm a yb einth em id d l eto o ) »r e c a pp r e v iou sd a y sm a inr e s u l t n ds k i l l s »e v e ryon eg e t satu rn(o rtw o ,o rth r e e . . . ) Are there any questions? –p.8/110
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Course Overview What is ChE? Engineering Calculations Process and State Variables Balance Equations and Process Fundamentals »non - r e a c t ings y s t em s »r e a c t y s t s Intro to Thermodynamics Multi-Phase Systems Separation Processes –p.9/110
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Chemical Engineering, Defned Why are you a chemical engineer?
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