UCLA_ChE10_Shih

UCLA_ChE10_Shih - ChE10. Introduction to Chemical and...

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Perspectives from an Environmental Chemical Engineer ChE10. Introduction to Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering – Wen-Yi Shih, Ph.D. November 2, 2007
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Filename.ppt Presentation Overview 1. Brief educational background 2. Carollo Engineers 3. Water treatment projects a. RO enhanced recovery b. Perchlorate/Nitrate removal c. Software Development 4. Summary
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Filename.ppt Ph.D., Chemical Engineering Educational Background B.S., Chemical Engineering
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Filename.ppt Why Chemical Engineering? 1. Good in chemistry, math, physics, biology 2. Level of challenge 3. Why water research ? 4. Conferences and national meetings You could be a chemical engineer if . . . You want to know how things work, and you want it to work better and cheaper.
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Filename.ppt 1. Founded 1933 2. 22 offices 3. 630 employees 4. 276 professional engineers 5. One of Top 80 Engineering Firms in USA 6. Focus exclusively on water and wastewater services 7. Multi-disciplined a. Structural b. Mechanical c. Electrical d. Instrumentation e. Civil f. Chemical Carollo Engineers
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Water in the World Water Category % of Total Saline water 97.2 Ice caps and glaciers 2.1 Surface water and moisture 0.1 Saline waters contains inorganic ions such as: Mineral Salts: K + , Na + , Cl - , HCO 3 - , Br - , SO 4 2- , Mg 2+ , Ca 2+ , Ba 2+ , Sr 2+ , NO 3 - , ClO 4 - , Fe, Mn__ _____________________ Mineral salt content: Seawater Brackish water
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