Oct 16, 2019  
OHIO University Undergraduate Catalog 2019-20 
OHIO University Undergraduate Catalog 2019-20
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CHE 2010 - Mass and Energy Balances II

Continuation of ChE 2000. Applications of chemistry, physics, and mathematics to the solution of mass and energy balances. Single and multiple unit systems; reactions, recycle, and bypass; single and multiphase systems; phase change operations; First Law of Thermodynamics; heats of reaction, formation, and combustion. This course has JE status and specific instruction in technical communication will be presented.

Requisites: CHEM 1520 and CHE 1800 and C or better in CHE 2000 and (ENG 1510 or 1610) and Soph or higher
Credit Hours: 3
General Education Code: 1JE
Repeat/Retake Information: May be retaken two times excluding withdrawals, but only last course taken counts.
Lecture/Lab Hours: 3.0 lecture
Grades: Eligible Grades: A-F,WP,WF,WN,FN,AU,I
Learning Outcomes:
  • Students will be able to identify steps in a chemical process that involve energy change and transfer, and identify the thermodynamic and physical data needed to quantify these transformations.
  • Students will be able to obtain necessary thermodynamic data from the literature and use empirical methods to estimate thermodynamic quantities when literature values are not available.
  • Students will be able to write mathematical expressions based on physical properties, simple equilibrium relationships, and equations of state to describe relationships among process variables.
  • Students will be able to write mathematical expressions to describe process specifications and physical constraints on chemical processes.
  • Students will be able to complete the multi-step, multi-component steady-state material and energy balance analysis of chemical process systems, for both reactive and non-reactive systems, with or without phase changes.
  • Students will be able to write technical memos which consistently follow format conventions for figures, graphs, and tables.
  • Students will be able to write technical memos which are consistently organized to convey key information first, followed by supporting detail.
  • Students will be able to write in a concise and direct style, with attention to the needs of the audience.

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