Cal Poly Pomona CHE 313 - Syllabus (3 pages)

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California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
Course:
Che 313 - Mass Transport

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CHE 313 CALIFORNIA STATE POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY POMONA Mass Transport Spring 2014 Instructor Thuan K Nguyen Office Hours MWF 8 00 8 50 A M Tuesday 9 00 11 AM Room 13 226 Phone 869 2631 http www csupomona edu tknguyen che313 home htm TEXT J D Seader and E J Henley Separation Process Principles Wiley 2011 REFERENCES 1 Transport Processes and Unit Operations by Geankoplis 2 Fundamentals of Momentum Heat and Mass Transfer by Welty Wicks and Wilson 3 Fundamentals of Heat and Mass Transfer by Incropera and DeWitt GRADE No late homework No make up quizzes or tests Extra Homework 2 Participation in Clicker Optional 5 Homework best 9 of 10 assignments 15 Best 4 of 5 quizzes 45 closed books and closed notes Comprehensive Final 30 closed books and closed notes A 93 100 A 90 93 B 87 90 B 83 87 B 80 83 C 77 80 C 73 77 C 70 73 D 67 70 D 60 67 F 0 60 Standard Format for Chemical Engineering Problems An engineer s work should be neat well organized and easy to follow You are expected to follow this standard format for completing chemical engineering problems Points may be deducted for work that does not adhere to this format 1 Use 8 5x11 paper for engineering problems 2 The problem statement is needed before the solution a drawing is usually required 3 No credit will be given for final answers that do not show work involved 4 Draw a box around your answers Be sure to include units 5 The top of each page should contain the following information from left to right Course Section Assignment Your last name 1st name Page Total pages 6 Staple all pages of an assignment together in the upper left corner COURSE DESCRIPTIONS Mass transfer and its application to the unit operations of chemical engineering including topics in molecular diffusion convective diffusion and process design of distillation and absorption towers Course Objectives After completing this course the student will be able to 1 Explain the difference between Molecular Convective Mass Transfer 2 Estimate Gas Liquid Pore



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