ECH 4323 Course Admin

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- i - Chemical Engineering Department University of Florida ECH 4323 and ECH 4323 L Spring 2010 Course Title : Process Control Theory (ECH4323) Process Control Laboratory (ECH4323L) Course Number/Section : ECH 4323 – Process Control Theory ECH 4323L – “Chemical Engineering Laboratory 5.0” Note : You must enroll for both 4323 and 4323L in the same semester. These courses cannot be taken sequentially. Instructor : Prof. Oscar D. Crisalle Office : Chemical Engineering Room 429 Phone : (760) 846-1785 e-mail : Crisalle@che.ufl.edu Office Hours : TBA (check the class web site) If unable to make the office hours, please call or send e-mail to set up an appointment. Teaching Assistant: Erdam Uguz Office : Chemical Engineering Room 430 Phone : e-mail : erdem.uguz@ufl.edu Office Hours : TBA (check the class web site) Please visit the T.A. during office hours only. Call to make an appointment if unable to make the office hours. Web site http://www.che.ufl.edu/courses/ech4323 Credits: Total of 4 credits: 3 credits (ECH 4343) + 1 credit (ECH 4343L)
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- ii - Class Meetings: Mon – Period 3 (9:35 PM - 10:25 PM) ROOM TUR L011 Wed - Period 2 (8:30 PM - 9:20 PM) ROOM TUR L011 Wed - Period 3 (9:35 PM - 10:25 PM) ROOM TUR L011 Fri - Period 3 (9:35 PM - 10:25 PM) ROOM TUR L011 Prerequisites: A grade of C or higher is required in the following two courses: 1. COT 3502 Computer Model Formulation 2. ECH 3023 Material and Energy Balances 3. MAP 2302 Elementary Differential Equations As indicated in the official Curriculum Plan of our B.S. program, it is strongly recommended that students have completed with a grade of D or higher the following courses: 4. ECH 3101 Process Thermodynamics 5. ECH 3203 Fluid and Solid Operations – 6. ECH 3223 Energy Transfer Operations 7. ECH 4504 Chemical Kinetics and Reactor Design Note : failure to have passed courses (6) and (7) listed above may seriously limit the student's capability for realizing adequate performance in ECH 4323 and ECH 4323L. Chemical Engineering Students are required to follow the official Curriculum Plan; premature enrollment is not allowed. Course goals : Learn the principles of process control theory and practice, including process modeling, stability analysis, instrumentation, and control design. Textbook: Process Dynamics and Control, 2nd. Edition, by D. E. Seborg, T. F. Edgar, and D. A. Mellichamp, Wiley and Sons, (2004). ISBN 0-471-00077-9. REQUIRED TEXT. (UF library: SCIENCE LIBRARY TP155.75.S43 2004 ) Reference Textbooks: The following books are placed on reserve (2-hour/overnight) at the Marston Science Library:
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- iii - Chemical Process Control – An Introduction to Theory and Practice, by George Stephanopoulos, Prentice-Hall (1984). (UF library: SCIENCE LIBRARY TP155.75 .S73 1984)
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