Gaby Gallego
ES 1403 Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering Module
Homework Assignment #3
Due Friday, September 9, 2016 (by 4:00 pm via Blackboard)
Note: Include your name within your submitted document)
Provide your solution to each problem (decimal value
ChBE 228W Chemical Engineering Laboratory I
Spring 2012
Problem Set 5 Solution
Problem 1
The effects of culture time and medium were examined for improving the growth of a bacterial
colony. For each set of conditions, six replicates in random order were p
ChBE 228W Statistics Summary (corrected)
AVERAGE(array)
Returns
VAR(array of data)
Use when not all data known for a population, as for experiments
Returns sample variance
STDEV(array)
Returns
Use when not all data known for a population, as for experimen
ChBE 228W Chemical Engineering Laboratory I
Spring 2012
Handout on Suitability of Linear Regression Fits
In a previous handout, the method for providing an empirical fitting relationship between a set of
observables (yi) and its set of j conditions (xij)
ChBE 228W Chemical Engineering Laboratory I
Spring 2012
Handout on Linear Regression
An empirical model the may be used to relate some set of observables (yi) to the various set of j
conditions (xij) set for each experiment is: . Here, i would be the numb
ChBE 228W Chemical Engineering Laboratory I
Spring 2015
Problem Set 7 Solution
Problem 1
The effects of developer strength (A) and developer time (B) on the density of photographic plate
film are being studied. Three strengths and three times are used, an
ChBE 228W Chemical Engineering Laboratory I
Spring 2015
Problem Set 6 Solution
Problem 1
The incomplete results from a two-factor ANOVA analysis are provided below (P = probability
that variance of factor equals variance of error = = 1- confidence that va
ChBE 228W Chemical Engineering Laboratory I
Spring 2015
Example Problem Set 7 Solution
Problem 1
A chemical plant produces oxygen by liquifying air and separating it into its component gases by
fractional distillation. The purity of the oxygen as a functi
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ChBE 228W Chemical Engineering Laboratory I
Spring 2015
Problem Set 5 Solution
Problem 1
a) The incomplete results from a one-way ANOVA analysis are provided below. Fill in the
missing (?) items (P = probability that variance of factor equals
ChBE 228W Chemical Engineering Laboratory I
Spring 2015
Example Problem Set 3 Solution
Problem 1
A new filtering device is installed in a chemical unit. Before its installation, a testing of eight
random samples yielded the following information about the
ChBE 228W Chemical Engineering Laboratory I
Spring 2015
Problem Set 3 Solution
Problem 1
The following are burn times (in minutes) for chemical flares tested by two different methods.
Flare #1 by Method #1: 66, 75, 68, 67, 73, 83, 68, 64, 77, 71
Flare #2
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ChBE 228W Chemical Engineering Laboratory I
Spring 2015
Problem Set 2 Solution
Problem 1
The viscosity of a liquid detergent is supposed to average 795 centistokes. A random sample of
16 batches of detergent is collected, and the average measu
ChE 228W: Chemical Engineering Laboratory
I
Statistics Lecture #4
F-test and ANOVA
February 2, 2015
1
Statistics Tests
Z-test
Population standard distribution
T-test
Sample standard distribution
F-test
variances
Normal Distribution
Statistical mean
ChE 228W: Chemical Engineering Laboratory
I
Statistics Lecture #5
Summary of z-, t-, and f-test, ANOVA
Curve Fitting in Matlab
February 9, 2015
1
Statistics Tests
Z-test
Population standard distribution
Whats the probability for a sample (or the averag
ChBE 228W Chemical Engineering Laboratory I
Spring 2015
Quiz 1 Solution
Problem 1 (20 points)
The fundamental equation for thermal radiation is the Stefan-Boltzmann equation: P = A T4,
where P is the black body emissive power, is the Stefan-Boltzmann cons
ChBE 228W Chemical Engineering Laboratory I
Spring 2014
Quiz 2 Solution
April 7, 2014
Problem 1 (27 points)
The incomplete results from a two-factor ANOVA analysis with interactions are provided
below from a balanced, complete experiment, where three temp
ChBE 228W Chemical Engineering Laboratory I
Spring 2012
Problem Set 4 Solution
Problem 1
y
193
230
172
91
113
125
x1
1.6
15.5
22
43
33
40
x2
851
816
1058
1201
1357
1115
A study was performed on wear of a bearing y on its relationship to x 1 = oil viscosit
Gaby Gallego
ES 1401 Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering Module
Homework Assignments #5
Due Friday, September 16, 2016 (by 4:00 pm via Blackboard)
Note: Tosolvethisassignment,usetheNISTwebbooktoobtaintheneededpropertydataforwater.
Settingtheunitsappropr
Name_Gabriela Gallego_
ES 1401 Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering Module
Individual Homework Assignment #1
Due by 11:59 pm on Monday, August 29th, 2016, to be submitted on Blackboard
1. Visit the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering webs
Name_Gabriela Gallego_
ES 1401 Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering Module
Homework Assignment #2
Due Wednesday, August 31st, 2016 (by 11:59 PM via Blackboard)
Note: Include your name within your submitted document)
After reading the article entitled Che
ES 1402 Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering Module
Homework Assignment #6
Due Friday, September 23, 2016 (by 4:00 pm via Blackboard)
This assignment is to be solved using Matlab; other approaches will receive no credit. Your
solution should include a co
ChBE 228W: Chemical Engineering Laboratory I
Spring 2012
Instructors: Paul E. Laibinis ([email protected])
Office: 308B Olin Hall
Office Hours: W 3:30-4:30 PM, F 11AM 12:30 PM
Matthew J. Lang ([email protected])
Office: 308A Olin Hall
Memo To:
Prof. Paul E. Laibinis
Prof. Matthew J. Lang
Prof. Russell F. Dunn
From:
Adam Mould
Date:
January 12, 2012
Subject:
Overview of the Safety Features and Regular Operating Procedures in the Lab
In the chemE 228w lab, 100% safety is to be achieved i
To :
From :
Subject:
Date :
Prof. Paul E. Laibinis
Prof. Julie Sharp
Ahmad Alahmad
Adam Mould
Calibration of Gas Flow Rotamer Experiment
19th January , 2012
Objective
The purpose of this experiment was to calibrate a gas flow rotameter for helium and air
Theory of Device
The setup is used to provide the relationship between solution concentration and
absorbance of the solution. Absorbance is defined mathematically as where is intensity of light
before it enters the sample and is the intensity of light aft
To:
From:
Subject:
Date:
Prof. Julie Sharp
Prof. Matthew J. Lang
Prof. Russell F. Dunn
Ahmad Alahmad
Adam Mould
Calibration of concentration for crystal violet solution.
8th February, 2012
Objective
The purpose of this experiment was to calibrate a refrac
To:
Prof Mathew Lang
Prof. Julie Sharp
Prof. Paul E. Laibinis
From: Adam Mould
Subject: Calibration of Thermocouple and Measurement of a Melting Point of an Unknown
Date:
19th January, 2012
Objective
The purpose of the experiment was to calibrate a thermo
To:
From:
Subject:
Date:
Prof. Julie Sharp
Prof. Matthew J. Lang
Prof. Russell F. Dunn
Ahmad Alahmad
Adam Mould
Calibration of concentration for crystal violet solution.
8th February, 2012
Objective
The purpose of this experiment was to calibrate a refrac