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Fundamentals Fall 2011 - Syllabus

Fundamentals Fall 2011 - Syllabus - ChE 2033 Chemical...

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ChE 2033 Chemical Engineering Fundamentals Fall 2011 INSTRUCTOR: Dr. David W. Schmidtke OFFICE: Sarkeys Energy Center (SEC) T-219 PHONE: 325-7944 E-MAIL: [email protected] OFFICE HRS: Monday, Fridays 4:30 – 5:30 pm If you want to meet me outside of my office hours you will need to make an appointment via e-mail. Teaching Assistant(s): To Be Announced REQUIRED TEXT Title: ELEMENTARY PRINCIPLES OF CHEMICAL PROCESSES, 3rd Edition Authors: Felder and Rousseau Publisher: J. Wiley & Sons REQUIRED SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIAL Students will be provided with a "Fundamentals of Chemical Engineering" CD, developed by Dr. Billy L. Crynes. It will be beneficial to students to work all the example and practice problems on this CD. Register for online homework at Sapling Learning www.saplinglearning.com COURSE PURPOSE: ChE 2033 teaches students how to formulate and solve material and energy balances on chemical systems and processes by (a) breaking a process down into components, (b) establishing relationships between known and unknown process variables, (c) acquiring the information needed to solve for the unknowns, and (d) obtaining the final solution by appropriate computational methods. These skills are the starting point for success in subsequent Chemical Engineering Courses. COURSE OBJECTIVES: As a result of this course, students should be able to: 1) Demonstrate critical thinking in problem solving: i.e. be able to apply one (or several) problem solving techniques to engineering problems in order to reach a solution. 2) Clearly communicate solutions to engineering problems (i.e. homework, quiz, or exam solutions) using proper format (e.g. flow charts, list of assumptions). 3) Apply basic laws (e.g. ideal gas law, raoult’s law) concerning the behavior of gases and liquids in solving engineering problems.
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