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Chemical Engineering 100
- Chem 20B
- Chem 20L
- Math 32B
- Physics 1A
- Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering Calculations and Process Variables
- Units and dimensions
- Arithmetic calculations
- Data analysis
- Process Variables
- Material Balances (Wikipedia:Mass balance)
- Conservation of Mass
- Transient Balances on Total Mass
- The General Material Balance Equation
- Continuous, Steady-State vs Batch Processes
- Analysis of Flowcharts, Degrees of Freedom
- Recycle and Bypass
- Reactive Systems
- Single-Phase Systems/Eqns of State
- Multi-Phase Systems
- Energy Balances
- The First Law of Thermodynamics
- Thermodynamic Data
- Energy Balance Procedures
- Mechanical Energy Balance
- Non-Reactive Processes
- Reactive Processes
- Term exams (2) 40%
- Project 10%
- Final exam 35%
- Homework 15%
Note: If you get an A on the final, you get an A in the class. But be advised, the final is very hard (a huge jump in difficulty with respect to the midterms).
- Material balances are pretty straightforward. So if you're having trouble in that subject, you should get help fast or drop.
- Energy balances is where the confusion starts and they do not give enough time to go over the material.
- The final is very hard so don't expect to get an A on it just because you got an A on the two midterms.