Two lectures one tutorial two hours second term Prerequisites CHEM ENG 2O04 or

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Unformatted text preview: Two lectures, one tutorial (two hours); second term Prerequisite(s): CHEM ENG 2O04 (or 3O04), 3E04, 3G04, 3M04, 3P04 CHEM ENG 4K03 REACTOR DESIGN FOR HETEROGENOUS SYSTEMS Catalytic kinetics, mass transfer limitations, packed and fluidized bed reac-tors, two phase reactors. Three lectures; second term Prerequisite(s): CHEM ENG 3K04 CHEM ENG 4L02 ADVANCED LABORATORY SKILLS Experiments and projects in transport phenomena, reaction kinetics, reactor design and process control with appropriate data analysis and report writing. One lab (three hours), one lecture; first term Prerequisite(s): CHEM ENG 3L02; and registration in Level IV of any Chemical Engineering program CHEM ENG 4LL3 BIO LABORATORIES Recombinant DNA technology including cloning, directed mutagenesis, DNA sequencing and expression of cloned genes. Reaction kinetics and reactor design for enzyme and fermentation reactions. Advanced separation meth-ods for bioprocessing operations. Two labs (four hours); second term Prerequisite(s): BIOCHEM 4H03 and registration in Honours Biochemistry (Bio-technology and Genetic Engineering Specialization); or BIOCHEM 3G03 and reg-istration in Chemical Engineering and Bioengineering Antirequisite(s): BIOCHEM 4B06, 4BB6, 4F09, 4G03, 4L03 Cross-List(s): BIOCHEM 4LL3 This course is administered by the Department of Biochemistry and Biomedi-cal Sciences. CHEM ENG 4M03 SEPARATIONS Overview of separation processes, liquid-liquid extraction, supercritical fluid extraction, adsorption, filtration, membrane separation processes. design. Bioprocess development including downstream processing. Three lectures; first term Prerequisite(s): Registration in Level IV of any Chemical Engineering program; or CHEM ENG 2B03; or permission of the Department CHEM ENG 3BM3 BIOSEPARATIONS ENGINEERING Introduction to bioseparations engineering, cell disintegration, precipitation based separation processes, extraction, adsorption, chromatography, cen-trifugal separations, filtration, membrane based separation processes, elec-trophoresis. Three lectures; second term Prerequisite(s): Registration in Level IV of a Chemical Engineering Program; or CHEM ENG 2B03; or permission of the Department CHEM ENG 3D03 CHEMICAL ENGINEERING THERMODYNAMICS Review of the total energy balance, mechanical energy balance and thermo-dynamics of one component system. Chemical reaction and phase equilibria of multicomponent systems, with emphasis on non-ideality. Three lectures, one tutorial; first term Prerequisite(s): CHEM ENG 2F04 CHEM ENG 3E04 PROCESS MODEL FORMULATION AND SOLUTION Formulation of models for various chemical processing units in the steady and unsteady states. Techniques for numerical solution of model equations, includ-ing algebraic and ordinary differential equations, both linear and non-linear....
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  • Spring '13
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  • Academic degree, Bachelor's degree

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