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Unformatted text preview: CHE 349: Kinetics and Reactor Design CHE 349: Kinetics and Reactor Design Lecture 1 Lecture 1 Jing Wu 350 Tiernan Department of Chemical Engineering firstname.lastname@example.org 973-642-7064 CHE 349 - Lecture 1 by Jing Wu 2 Administrative Matters Get to Know Each Other Course Web Page: http://web.njit.edu/~jingwu/che349/index.html Course Syllabus and Calendar Discuss Course Requirements and Grading Policy CHE 349 - Lecture 1 by Jing Wu 3 Materials and Expectations Text Book Elements of Chemical Reaction Engineering by H. Scott Fogler The CD-ROM Polymath and MatLab Class Room Participation: Ask Questions and Answer Questions Finish Homework and Required Reading in Time CHE 349 - Lecture 1 by Jing Wu 4 Assignments Week 1 Required Reading Lecture 1: Sec. 1.1; Sec. 1.5; Sec. 3.1; Appendix A Lecture 2: Sec. 1.2-1.4; Sec. 2.1 Sec. 2.5, P129-P137. Homework I Lecture 1: P1-3, P1-5, P1-11 Lecture 1: Familiar yourself with Polymath or MatLab. Lecture 2: P2-3, P2-12 CHE 349 - Lecture 1 by Jing Wu 5 Why Study Reaction Engineering (R. E.) It is the knowledge that distinguishes chemical engineers from others. It is the heart of producing all chemicals. It is the necessary knowledge for safe and efficient operation of a chemical plant. Its principle applies to Petroleum Industry and Chemical Industry Living Systems Waste Treatment Semiconductor Industry CHE 349 - Lecture 1 by Jing Wu 6 Chemical Species Involved in a Reaction System: (Sec. 1.1, Chemical Species Involved in a Reaction System: (Sec....
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