Lecture 1-002 - Jan 17 2012

Lecture 1-002 - Jan 17 2012 - LECTURE 1 PE 4423-Section 002...

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LECTURE 1 LECTURE 1 PE 4423-Section 002 PE 4423-Section 002 JAN 17, 2012 JAN 17, 2012 1
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Course Syllabus PE 4423 Surface Production Engineering (Spring 2012) Room DEH-120 TR 12:00 Noon – 1:15 P.M. (Section 002) Instructor : Suresh Sharma Office: SEC 1248; Tele. 325-5928 Office hours: by appointment Email: [email protected] TA: 2
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Course Text: 1. Surface Production Operations: Design of Oil Handling Systems & Facilities; Third edition by Ken Arnold & Maurice Stewart, Gulf Professional Publishing 2. Occasional Course handouts References: 1. GPSA Engineering Data Book: 12 th edition 2. Gas Conditioning and Processing by John M. Campbell; 3
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Grading: Mid-term & Final exams 60% Homework/Quizzes 40% Grade Distribution 90-100% A 80-89% B 70-79% C 60-69% D 4
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University Codes All students should be acquainted with the University’s codes, policies, and procedures involving academic misconduct, grievances, sexual and ethnic harassment, and discrimination based on physical handicap. 5
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Course Policies: You are expected to attend and participate in all class sessions. Notify me with known absence times as early as possible. You should always be prepared for short quizzes covering course material, reading assignments and homework. You are responsible for all information transmitted in class regardless of your attendance. You are also responsible for ensuring that your course assignments are turned in on time should your absence occur on an assignment due date. No use of cell phones, text messaging or laptops
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