LectureDateDayTopicTextAssignments1Aug 22MCourse organization; perspectives on ChE and course content224WFoundation concepts - IOGA, units, work practices, ideal gas & solnCh 1; 2.1-2.425ThCHE 3013 activity326FThermodynamic state and path; equilibrium; reversibility2.5-2.8429MUseful mathematics; defined properties; 1st Law2.9-2.12531W1st Law - continuedHW 1 dueSep 1ThExcel tutorial62F2nd Law; lost work; exergy or availability5.1-5.55MLabor Day - no class77W2nd Law - continued8ThIntroduction to ChemCad Process SimulationHW 2 due89FProcess engineering example912MPath diagrams; sensible and latent heat effects4.1-4.21014WHeat of reaction4.3-4.7HW 3 due15ThCHE 3473 Exam 1 (2:00 - 4:00 pm)1116FCalculating industrial heat effects1219MHeat of mixing12.420TCAREER FAIR: 9 am - 4 pm, GIA1321WHeat of mixing - continuedHW 4 due22ThCHE 3013 Exam 11423FPVT behavior; PVT models for gases & liquids3.1-3.31526MCorresponding states; generalized correlations1628WEOS and generalized correlation examples
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This note was uploaded on 10/11/2011 for the course CHE 3473 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at Oklahoma State.