Current Catalog Information CHE 360 ( 0.50 ) LEC, TUT Bioprocess Engineering Review of elementary aspects of molecular biology, genetic engineering, biochemistry, microbiology. Biological systems for the production of commercial goods and services: foods, pharmaceuticals, chemicals, fuels, equipment, diagnostics, waste treatment, and biomaterials. Properties of microbial, plant and animal cells, and of enzymes used in bioprocess applications. Classification and characterization of biological agents and materials; quantification of metabolism, biokinetics, bioenergetics. Introduction to design of bioprocess systems, including biosafety and good University of Waterloo Undergraduate Catalog Report Faculty of ENG Page No. 3 Run Date 13-JUN-2014 Meeting Number(s) 17 SUC 7 October 2014, Page 79 of 248
manufacturing practices. [Offered: W, S] No Special Consent Required Effective 01-SEP-2015 Subject/Catalog Nbr Change: CHE 361 Description Change: Review of elementary aspects of microbiology, biochemistry, molecular biology, and genetic engineering. Introduction of biological systems for the production of commercial goods and services, e.g., foods, pharmaceuticals, chemicals, fuels, diagnostics, waste treatment, and biomaterials. Introduction to design of bioprocess systems, including biosafety and sustainability. Development of reaction kinetics associated with biological systems. Quantification of metabolism. Development of material balances for key constituents in bioreactors operated in different modes, e.g., batch, fed-batch, continuous stirred-tank reactor (CSTR), perfusion, recycle. Introduction to mass and heat transfer considerations for bioreactors. Dynamic simulation of cultures defined by ordinary differential equations. Introduction of downstream processes associated with biological systems and recovery of biological products. [Offered: F, W] Requisite Change : Prereq: 3B Chemical or Environmental Engineering Rationale : CHE 360 is renumbered to 361 to agree with the numbering conventions in effect within the department. The term of offering and prerequisites are changed from (3A) winter and spring to (3B) fall and winter. The course description is revised to reflect changes in the content which places more emphasis on bioreactor/bioprocess design. Current Catalog Information CHE 325 ( 0.50 ) LEC, TUT Strategies for Process Improvement and Product Development Examines the role of the statistical design of experiments and data analysis in continuous process improvement and product development. The application of screening designs, single and multifactor including two-level factorial designs, response surface designs such as central composite and Box-Behnken, and designs for the study of mixture variables for recipe optimization. Use of statistical analysis software to apply these techniques. [Offered: F, W] No Special Consent Required Effective 01-SEP-2015 Subject/Catalog Nbr Change: CHE 425 Description Change: A course in practical statistics at a level one step beyond an elementary course. Material includes regression analysis for linear and nonlinear models, analysis of variance, statistical inference, single and multiple
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