3473-11 Syllabus

3473-11 Syllabus - CHE 3473 Chemical Engineering...

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1 of 5 CHE 3473 Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics Fall 2011 MWF 8:30 - 9:20 AM Th 2:00 – 4:00 PM (common CHE discussion section) Engineering North 515 Instructor : Rob Whiteley Office: 405-744-5280 School of Chemical Engineering Fax: 405-744-6338 Oklahoma State University E-mail: [email protected] 423 Engineering North Stillwater, OK 74078-5021 Office hours: Open door policy after 3:00 PM. Use e-mail to schedule appointments earlier in the day. Email protocol: Include CHE 3473 in the subject line of all emails (to insure bypassing the spam filter). Include your name at the end of every email. Make sure you have entered your email address in the “Reply to” field on the D2L/My Settings/Preferences/Email tab. Prerequisites for ChE 3473 : CHE 2033 - Introduction to Chemical Process Engineering ENSC 2213 - Thermodynamics or by permission of instructor. Required Text : Introduction to Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics, 7 th edition , J.M. Smith, H.C. Van Ness, and M.M. Abbott, McGraw-Hill, 2005, ISBN 0-07-310445-0. Course Objectives : Upon completion of this course, you should be able to: 1. Apply steady state mass, energy and entropy balances to engineering problems based on concepts learned from previous courses (ENGS 2213 and CHE 2033); 2. Calculate advanced thermodynamic properties (including but not limited to U, H, S, p-V-T, C p , C p ig , U-U ig , H-H ig , S-S ig , U E , H E , S E , G E , φ i , γ ) of industrial importance using empirical and theoretical methods; 3. Apply steady state mass, energy and entropy balances in concert with advanced property calculation methods from Objective 2 to solve problems of industrial importance; 4. Apply the fundamental principles of phase equilibria, and determine the properties of phases in equilibrium for vapor-liquid systems; 5. Apply the fundamental principles of chemical equilibria and determine the equilibrium properties of single and multiple phase chemical equilibrium systems;
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CHE 3473 Syllabus 2 of 5 6. Utilize technical tools of Excel and VBA to solve engineering problems. General Information : The course meets for three lecture sessions per week. The time and location are indicated on the first page of this syllabus. The sessions will be devoted to a) discussions of theory, b) presentation of example problems, c) review of solutions to homework and exams, d) discussion of student questions, and e) quizzes and exams. The discussion period scheduled for Thursdays will be shared between CHE 3473 (CHE Thermo), CHE 3013 (Rate Ops 1), and CHE 3333 (Transport Phenomena). A tentative course schedule is attached. You are responsible for completing the appropriate reading before each class. Since the pace of the class may vary somewhat from the schedule, you should ask if you are not clear as to what reading is appropriate at any point in time. Class attendance is important but does not constitute any part of the grading system.
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