syllabus - CHE 110A: Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics...

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CHE 110A: Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics UCSB Department of Chemical Engineering meeting times: MW 12:00-12:50pm, Phelps Hall 1260 F 12:00-1:50pm, Phelps Hall 1260 web page: course announcements: (You should subscribe to updates via email.) Course description Credits: 3 Prerequisites: ChE 10, Mathematics 5A. Engineering majors only. This course provides an overview of thermodynamics and its role in analyzing processes encountered in engineering practice, including cycles and flows. Basic thermodynamic laws and property models of pure substances are discussed. Several applications will be addressed, including engines, turbines, and power plant cycles. Instructor Professor M. Scott Shell Office: Engineering II 3321 Phone: (805) 893-4346 Email: Office hours: Th 11am-12pm, F 2-3pm (or drop by if my office door is open, or by appointment) Teaching assistants Kate Barteau, Anthony Fong, Brandon Knott, Office hours: M 10:30-11:30am, Engr. II 3301 M 5:00-6:00pm, Engr. II 3301 Tu 12:20-2:20pm, Engr. II 1519 Course text Introduction to Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics (7 th edition) J. M. Smith, H. C. Van Ness, and M. M. Abbott, McGraw-Hill (2004). Course policies 1. The basis of grading will be 30% homework and other assignments / 25% midterm / 45% final. 2. Recitations are considered normal lecture times for this course. 3. Come to class on time, and please turn off all mobile telephones during the lecture. 4. Homework will be assigned and collected on Wednesdays in class. Late homework will not be accepted unless there is an excellent reason that is given in advance (e.g., by email) of the due date . 5. For questions on homework grading, please see the TA within one week of receiving the graded homework back. For exams, see the instructors within one week after exams are returned. 6.
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This note was uploaded on 12/29/2011 for the course CHE 110a taught by Professor Shell during the Fall '10 term at UCSB.

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