This course covers the formulation and solution of material, energy, and entropy balances, with an emphasis on open systems. A systematic problem-solving approach is developed for chemical process-related systems. Extensive use is made of classical thermodynamic relationships and constitutive equations. Applications include the analysis and design of engines, refrigerators, heat pumps, compressors, and turbines.
540.202 Introduction to Chemical & Biological Process Analysis or permission of instructor.
Not for graduate credit.
AS.110.202 Calculus III (Calculus of Several Variables).