CHE 0400 - REACTIVE PROCESS ENGINEERING
Minimum Credits: 5
Maximum Credits: 5
This course integrates reactor design, reaction kinetics, and advanced separation processes to allow the comprehensive study of systems ranging from polymerization reactors to enzyme-catalyzed metabolism to (bio-) artificial organs. Coverage includes integrating multiple topics, such as chemistry, physics, biochemistry/medicine and reactor engineering. Furthermore, it addresses all length scales from the molecular level to the reactor level to the full systems level. Both theory and experiment will be highlighted and detailed simulations will be included.
Academic Career: Undergraduate
Course Component: Lecture
Grade Component: LG/SU3 Elective Basis
Course Requirements: PREQ: (CHE 0100 and 0200) and (PHYS 0175 or 0475 or 0202 or 0152) and (CHEM 0310 or 0206 or 0231) and MATH 0290; CREQ: CHE 0401; PLAN: Chemical Engineering (BSE)
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