161B - Bioseparations ECH 161B Department of Chemical...

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Bioseparations ECH 161B Department of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science University of California at Davis Winter, 2010 Instructor: R.J. Phillips 3010 Bainer Hall 752 - 2803, [email protected] Lecture/discussion: MTWR 3:10-4:00, 1134 Bainer Office Hours: TBA Text: Bioseparations Science and Engineering , by R.G. Harrison, P. Todd, S.R. Rudge and D.P. Petrides, (Oxford, 2003). Course notes and selected articles from the literature will also be provided. Grading: There will be two one-hour midterm exams and one two-hour final exam. The relative importance of the exams, paper and project will be as follows: first midterm 20% second midterm 25% final exam (2 hours) 40% homework 15% . Course Outcomes: i) To apply knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering ii) To design processes to meet desired specifications iii) To use engineering methods to identify, formulate and solve engineering problems
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Tentative Schedule Week Reading Topics 1 Text Ch. 5 Introduction. Centrifugation, Ambler (1959) sigma factors.
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