syllabus_Fall_2010 - Introduction to Computing ChE 210

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Introduction to Computing ChE 210 http://capsicum.me.utexas.edu/ChE210
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ChE 210 Chemical Engineering Computing Fall 2010 Course Data: Lectures 14480 – 14495 MW 9 am – 10 am CPE 2.218 14500 – 14515 MW 11am – 12 noon CPE 2.218 Labs 14480 – 14495 meet in CPE 1.418 14500 – 14515 meet in ECJ 3.402 Each Lab Unique number meets at a specific time. Check your course schedule! Finals 14775 – 14790 Thursday, December 9, 9:00am–noon 14795 – 14810 Wednesday, December 8, 9:00am–noon Instructor: J. Steven Swinnea (swinnea@che.utexas.edu) ETC 9.114 Office Hours: MW 1:30-2:45pm T 2:00-3:00pm TAs: Libin Varghese (libin@mail.utexas.edu) 9 am lecture sections Office Hours: To Be Determined by TA Jun Zheng (jzheng@mail.utexas.edu) 11 am lecture sections Office Hours: To Be Determined by TA Textbook(s) and/or other materials: MATLAB for Engineers, 2ed , Holly Moore, Pearson/Prentice-Hall (required) Engineering with Excel , Larsen, Pearson/Prentice-Hall, 3 rd Edition (required) Learning Programming using MATLAB , Khalid Sayood, Morgan and Claypool (useful) MATLAB – Available from Mathworks.com and Campus Computers. MATLAB is not required but is useful if you wish to work outside the labs. (about $99). Excel – Part of the Microsoft Office package.
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Course Objective: To introduce chemical engineering students to modern calculating tools used in the practice of engineering by: having an appreciation for structured algorithm programming concepts using MATLAB. being able to correctly construct plots, and fit data using Microsoft Excel. understanding how user written functions interact with MATLAB Numerical Methods routines. Knowledge and Acquired Skills
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This note was uploaded on 09/26/2010 for the course CHE 210 taught by Professor Swinnea during the Fall '08 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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syllabus_Fall_2010 - Introduction to Computing ChE 210

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