Fall 2014 - Tutorial 7
Suggested Completion Date: Oct 28
Estimated Completion Time:
Two hours, plus time required to review past course
material to catch up on pre-requisite knowledge.
Objectives
Identify a model from data using Matlab tools
Discern the

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Dr. Adams, why are we learning this stuff if we
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Part 1 Multivariate Newton Basics
Consider the following system of equations:
1 2 + 12 = 1
2 = 11.5
1. [4 Poi

Computational Complexity
Introduction
One of the most important concepts in understanding algorithms is computational complexity. This is
a way of understanding how fast an algorithm is. If
I were to boil down the primary take-home skills that
I want you

Guide to Thinking
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Introduction
One of the key skills you will need for this course is
learning to think like a computer. Often, we will be
working with algorithms and computer code, and it
can certainly be a bit intimidating when I ask you

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Department of Chemical Engineering
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Chemical Engineering: 3E4
Process model formulation and solution
McMaster University: Midterm examination
Duration of exam: 1.5 hours
18 October 2010
Instructor: Kevin Dunn
dunnkg@mcmaster.ca
This exam paper has 4 pages and 8 questions. You are responsibl

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Solving Non-Linear Equations
Non-linear equations are usually written in the form () = 0
Analytically, you can get an exact solution, and every solution
Graphically, you can solve equations on a graph if the

Fall 2014 - Tutorial 8
Suggested Completion Date: Nov 12
Estimated Completion Time:
Two hours, plus time required to review past course
material to catch up on pre-requisite knowledge.
Objectives
Learn to create and apply cubic splines for interpolation

Fall 2014 HW 1
Suggested Completion Date: Sept 19
Estimated Completion Time:
Three to four hours, plus time required to review prerequisite knowledge.
Objectives
Linear algebra properties
Using MATLAB to solve matrix equations
Basic programming skills wit

Fall 2014 - Assign. 2
Suggested Completion Date: Sept 30
Estimated Completion Time:
Four hours, plus time required to review pre-requisite
knowledge.
Objectives
Create a model for a real chemical engineering
example that uses coupled heat and mass transf

Fall 2014 - Tutorial 6
Suggested Completion Date: Oct 20
Estimated Completion Time:
Two hours, plus time required to review past course
material to catch up on pre-requisite knowledge.
Objectives
Implement and improve Newtons method to behave better in s

Fall 2014 - Tutorial 5
Suggested Completion Date: Oct 8
Estimated Completion Time:
Two hours, plus time required to review past course
material to catch up on pre-requisite knowledge.
Objectives
Use Matlabs fsolve function to find solutions to
nonlinear

Fall 2014 Tutorial 2
Suggested Completion Date: Sept 19
Estimated Completion Time:
Two hours, plus time required to review past course
material to catch up on pre-requisite knowledge.
Objectives
Understand rounding error & truncation error
Get more practi

Fall 2014 - Tutorial 3
Suggested Completion Date: Sept 26
Estimated Completion Time:
Two hours, plus time required to review past course
material to catch up on pre-requisite knowledge.
Objectives
Chemical Engineering 3E04
Process Model Formulation and So

Fall 2014 - Tutorial 4
Suggested Completion Date: Oct 1
Estimated Completion Time:
Two hours, plus time required to review past course
material to catch up on pre-requisite knowledge.
Objectives
Create a linear model of a process system using
chemical en

Fall 2014 - Tutorial 1
Suggested Completion Date: Sept 12
Estimated Completion Time:
Two hours, plus time required to review past course
material to catch up on pre-requisite knowledge.
Objectives
Get comfortable again using MATLAB, such as:
vectors & ma

ChE 3E04 Process Model Formulation and Solution
Fall 2009
Mid-Term Examination, 20% of Course Grade
This memorandum addresses the 3E04 mid-term examination and preparations for the exam.
Since you will be well prepared for the examination, you will be con