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Unformatted text preview: CHE 3013 Rate Operations I Fall 2011 MWF 12:30 1:20 p.m. Th 2:00 4:00 p.m. 515 Engineering North Instructor Jim Smay Office: 405-744-5280 School of Chemical Engineering Fax: 405-744-6338 Oklahoma State University Email: email@example.com 423 Engineering North Stillwater, OK 74078-5021 Office hours: Open door policy 1:30 3:30 p.m. Call or use e-mail to schedule appointments at other times. Prerequisites for CHE 3013 CHE 2033, Introduction to Chemical Process Engineering ENSC 3233, Fluid Mechanics or by permission of instructor. Required Textbook Fundamentals of Heat and Mass Transfer , 7 th or 6 th Edition , F. P. Incropera, D. P. Dewitt, T. L. Bergman, and A. S. Lavine, John Wiley & Sons, 2007. Students are also expected to have ready access to the textbooks used in the two prerequisite courses, CHE 2033 and ENSC 3233. CHE 3013 Syllabus 2 of 6 Course Objectives Upon completion of this course, you should be able to: Outcome Depth 1. Understand and use both theoretical and empirical relations to predict pressure drop and flow conditions in the piping and equipment used in most process plants. A 2 2. Understand and mathematically analyze steady state thermal energy transfer (conduction, convection) in practical process applications. A 2 3. Approximate and solve basic differential equations numerically (finite difference and linear algebra). A 1 4. Understand and apply appropriate equations and dimensionless correlations to predict rates of heat transfer and temperature profiles associated with heat transfer phenomena (forced convection, natural convection, boiling, condensing). A 2 5. Understand and apply procedures to size and rate shell-and-tube heat exchangers. A, C, K 3 6. Present written work that is organized, logical, neat, well annotated; employs good practice for graphical, equation, and data presentation; and fulfils the needs of the intended audience. G 3 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. In addition, a common discussion section for CHE 3013, CHE 3333, and CHE 3473 is scheduled for Thursday, 2:00 4:00 p.m. These sessions will be used for tutorials, problems sessions, make-up lectures, and exams (within scheduling limitations). 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 sure what reading is appropriate at any point in time....
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- Fall '11
- Chemical Engineering