Michigan State University
DEPARTMENT OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING AND MATERIALS SCIENCE
CHE 316: Laboratory Practice and Statistical Analysis
Spring, 2015
Grading Rubric for Laboratory Reports
Experiment
Group
Section
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Short Report
Form
Mechanics: spellin
2/23/2015
Agenda  February 23, 2015
Review Exam 1 problems
Hand back exam
Exam 1  Results
Exam Score
Mean 78
Median 79
Max
100
1
2/23/2015
Optimize a process to generate fine droplets of an aqueous
liquid dispersed in an oil phase.
a. You study the im
2/11/2015
Agenda  February 11, 2015
Finish Sections 4.3, 4.7 & 4.8 (pp. 161163)
normal distribution
zscore
probability plots
Central Limit Theorem
Note:
HW 3 will be emailed later today & due Monday, 2/16
midterm exam will be on Wednesday, 2/18
The
1/28/2015
Agenda  January 28, 2015
Review multivariate propagation of error problem
Begin Section 9.5 (Anova/Minitab excluded)
Design Of Experiments (DOEs) & Factorial Experiments
Multivariate Propagation Problem
A simple method of determining liquid
4/30/2015
Agenda  April 29, 2015
Hand in Homework #8
Respond to final exam survey if you need
alternate final exam time
Practice problems for final exam
Problem 1a  Final Exam 2013
You are asked to investigate the blowing process for a carbonated PET
4/20/2015
Agenda  April 20, 2015
Review problems from last Mondays exam
N Mean StDev Min Q1 Median
111 63.2 13.1 22
54 63.5
Q3
74
Max
88
Final exam will be optional
 25% of the lecture grade
either 60% of best midterm + 40% of worst midterm
or actua
4/27/2015
Agenda  April 27, 2015
Final exam will take place on Monday, May 4th
 17 responses to survey were received / no conflict was noted
 please let me know if you intend to forgo the final
Due dates:

Wed, April 29th  Homework #8
Fri, May 1st

4/4/2015
Agenda  April 1, 2015
Hand in Homework #6
Review points from last lecture
Comment on pooled sample mean and variance
Return to Chapter 9, Factorial Experiments
(Sections 9.1, 9.2, 9.3, 9.5)
Recall  Inferences Using Paired Data
when analyzin
4/15/2015
Agenda  April 15, 2015
Exam grading is in progress
 expect back on Monday
Potential final exam conflict (Monday, 5/4, 7:45am)
 once midterm scores are in, a survey will be sent to find an
alternate time to address the issue
Presentations a
4/25/2015
Agenda  April 22, 2015
Alternate exam time
 will send out survey by end of tomorrow
Statistical analysis report
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 a group report
 due 5:00 pm on Friday, May 1st
 detailed on D2L
B
4/10/2015
Agenda  April 6, 2015
Continue Chapter 9, Factorial Experiments
(Sections 9.1, 9.2, 9.3, 9.5)
Exam 2 is scheduled for Monday, April 13
(covering material up to today)
OneFactor Experiments
vary value of one
quantity
Weld
Type
A
B
C
D
Sample
4/9/2015
Agenda  April 8, 2015
Hand in Homework #7
Review problems for Mondays exam
Most relevant sections:
5.1, 5.2, 5.4  point & interval estimation for single sample
6.1, 6.2, 6.4, 6.6, 6.7, 6.8  hypothesis testing for single sample
7.1, 7.3, 7.4,
2/22/2015 Pipe friction loss
HOME page for Main menu
INTRODUCTION
The Armeld C6MKH10 Fluid Friction Apparatus is designed to allow the detailed study of the uid friction head losses which occur
when an incompressible uid ows through pipes, bends, va
TwoFactor Analysis of Variance
Using MINITAB
EXAMPLE An experiment was performed to determine the effects of four different pesticides on the yield of fruit from three
different varieties of a citrus tree. Eight different trees were chosen from each vari
CHE 316: Laboratory Practice and Statistical Analysis
LABORATORY MANUAL
for
CHE 316
LABORATORY PRACTICE
AND STATISTICAL ANALYSIS
by
BRUCE W. WILKINSON, Professor Emeritus
CARL T. LIRA, Associate Professor
TIMOTHY O. BENDER, Instructor
and
ROBERT Y. OFOLI,
3/1/2015
Agenda  February 25, 2015
Introduce Chauvenets criterion for outliers
Begin Sections 5.15.2
point estimates & confidence intervals
Chauvenets Criterion for Outliers
Should these questionable points be there?
If have no explanation, how do
2/10/2015
Agenda  February 9, 2015
Begin to cover Sections 4.3, 4.7 & 4.8 (pp. 161163)
normal distribution
zscore
probability plots
Central Limit Theorem
Overview of Distributions
Statistical inference involves drawing a sample from a
population and
3/5/2015
Agenda  March 2, 2015
Finish Sections 5.1, 5.2, 5.4
large sample & small sample confidence intervals
Confidence Intervals for a Population Mean
construct a confidence interval
determine a point
estimate based on a
sample of the population
how
1/26/2015
Agenda  January 26, 2015
Hand in homework
Chapter 3, Sections 3 & 4
random variables
functions of random variables
propagation of error
An Experiment
is a process that results in an outcome that cannot be
predicted in advance with certain
1/12/2015
CHE 316
Laboratory Practice and Statistical Analysis
 Lecture 
Maddalena Fanelli, Ph.D.
Teaching Specialist, CHEMS
EB 1261, (517) 3553444, [email protected]
Office Hours: M 9:3010:30 am & W 10:3011:30 am
Agenda  January 12, 2015
Review
Name: _
MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY
Department of Chemical Engineering and Material Science
CHE 316: Lab Practice & Statistics
Spring 2014
Final Exam
(100 points)
Monday, April 28, 2014
Complete each of the following problems. Work independently. Do not com
Michigan State University
DEPARTMENT OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING AND MATERIALS SCIENCE
CHE 316: Laboratory Practice and Statistical Analysis
Spring 2015
Example of a Statistics Report
Analysis and Commentary
Attached you will find an example of a statistics r
Name: _
MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY
Department of Chemical Engineering and Material Science
CHE 316: Lab Practice & Statistics
Spring 2013
Final Exam
(100 points)
Thursday, May 2, 2013
Complete each of the following problems. Work independently. Do not comm
3/23/2015
Agenda  March 23, 2015
Turn in Homework #5
Finish Chapter 6, Hypothesis Testing
Hypothesis Testing, Errors & Power
When conducting a hypothesis test, can make two types of errors:
= P(Type I error) = P(reject H0  H0 is true)
= P(Type II er
3/5/2015
Agenda  March 4, 2015
Hand in homework
A brief note on report writing
To include or not include that is the question
Review Confidence Intervals
Begin covering Sections 6.1, 6.2, 6.4, 6.6  6.8
Hypothesis testing
Report Writing
In deciding
2/4/2015
Agenda  February 4, 2015
Pick up and hand in homework
Review report writing
Take a closer look at propagation of error & uncertainty
Finish Section 9.5 (Anova/Minitab excluded)
Review results of last example
Fractional Factorial Experiment
3/25/2015
Agenda  March 25, 2015
Chapter 7, Inferences for Two Samples
Sections 7.1, 7.3, 7.4, 7.5
Inferences of Two Samples
When have two populations, and wish to study differences
between their means, proportions, or variances
?
1
1
2
2
need defin
3/18/2015
Agenda  March 18, 2015
building the
Introduce
the statistics report
the Process Hazards
Analysis (PHA)
Continue Hypothesis
Testing
shaped engineer
today, office hours are moved
by 15 min (10:1511:15)
collaboration & application of knowled
3/30/2015
Agenda  March 30, 2015
Finish Chapter 7, Inferences for Two Samples
(Sections 7.1, 7.3, 7.4, 7.5)
Inferences of Two Samples
When have two populations, and wish to study differences
between their means, proportions, or variances
?
1
1
2
2
ne
East Lansing, MI 488241226
January 31, 2012
Dr. Dennis Miller and Dr. Maddalena Fanelli
Department of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science
Michigan State University
East Lansing, MI 48825
Dear Dr. Miller and Dr. Fanelli:
Please find enclosed the re
CHE 316: Laboratory Practice and Statistical Analysis
Experimental Planning Guide for Prereport
Date Submitted:_232012_ Approved:
Group No.:
5
Section No.:
Project Leader:
Nick Vaive
Project Member:
Dan Lenders
Project Member:
Brian LaFleur
Experiment
Theoretical Analysis and Sample Calculations
Feed Preparation
To prepare a 10 gram sample of 0.5 mol fraction ethanol.
Calibration
Samples with known ethanol compositions will be used with the chromatography
machine. The ethanol mole fraction will be plot
Abstract
The experiment performed was the hydrogen peroxide batch reactor. The goal of the lab was to
determine the orders of reaction for H2O2 and KI, and the activation energy associated with the
deactivation of H2O2 using KI catalyst. The experiment wa
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C H E 316: L aboratory Practice and Statistical A nalysis
Homewor k Assignment #4
Spring, 2012
Due date: Thursday, April 19, 2012
1. The