202: Chemical Engineering Calculations. 3-2-3. Preq., CHEM 102, sophomore standing in CMEN. Problems and recitation in material and heat balances involved in chemical processes. Application of Chemical Engineering and chemistry to manufacturing in chemical industries.
213: Unit Operations-Design I. 0-3-3. Preq., CMEN 202. Design procedures for equipment and processes involving fluid flow and fluid mixing, with emphasis on computer assisted design techniques.
254: Laboratory Measurements and Report Writing. 3-0-1. A study of applied analytical and statistical procedures and measurement of process variables in chemical processing and an introduction to technical report writing.
304: Transport Phenomena. 0-3-3. Preq., Junior standing in CMEN. Fundamental principles of energy, mass, and momentum transfer and transport processes.
313: Unit Operations-Design II. 0-3-3. Preq., CMEN 213 or consent of instructor. Design procedures for equipment and processes involving heat transfer, with emphasis on computer assisted design techniques.
332: Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics II. 0-3-3. Preq., ENGR 222. Estimation of thermodynamic properties from equations of state. Application of thermodynamic equilibria to physical and chemical equilibria. Energy analysis of processes.
353: Chemical Engineering Junior Laboratory. 3-0-1. Preq., CMEN 254, 313, and ENGL 303. Laboratory study of fluid phenomena, heat transfer processes and equipment, and evaporation.
402: Chemical Reaction Engineering. 0-3-3. Preq., CHEM 312 or consent of instructor; senior standing in CMEN. Homogenous and heterogeneous chemical reaction kinetics, applications to ideal and real reactor types. (G)
407: Instrumentation and Automatic Process Control. 3-2-3 Preq., senior standing in CMEN, MATH 350, or consent of instructor. Survey of process instrumentation methods, and the analysis and design of feedback, feed forward, and cascade control systems. (G)
408: Pulp and Paper Processes. 0-3-3. Preq., senior standing in CMEN. Introduction to the pulp and paper industry, its terminology, technology and economics. Conversion of various cellulosic materials into unbleached pulp and paper products. (G)
411: Environmental Chemodynamics. 0-3-3. Preq., CMEN 413 and senior standing in CMEN. A study of the modeling and prediction of the movement and fate of synthetic chemicals in the air-water-earth environments. Cross-listed with CVEN 411. (G)
413: Unit Operations-Design III. 0-3-3. Preq., CMEN 313. Application of design procedures for equipment and processes involving evaporation, distillation, leaching, extraction, gas absorption and desorption, with emphasis on computer assisted design techniques.
415: Theory and Practice of Radiation Protection and Shielding. 0-3-3. Preq., senior standing. An introduction to principles of dosimetry. The concepts of probability of causation, risk assessment, and methods of establishing exposure limits will be discussed. (G)
430: Chemical Plant Design I. 0-2-2. Preq., senior standing in CMEN, ECON 215. An introduction to applied process economics and to process hazards, their identification and reduction.
432: Chemical Plant Design II. 0-2-2. Preq., senior standing in CMEN and CMEN 430. Comprehensive problems are assigned, the solution of which enables one to calculate dimensions and capacities of required plant equipment. Computer applications.
434: Chemical Plant Design III. 0-2-2. Preq., CMEN 432. CMEN 432 continued.
435: Polymer Engineering. 0-3-3. Preq., Senior standing in CMEN or consent of the instructor. Polymer technology and processes including polymer structure, states, and transitions; kinetics of polymerization; molecular weight determination; viscous flow; mechanical properties; polymer degradation; analysis and identification. (G)
442: Process Optimization. 0-3-3. Preq., senior standing in CMEN. An objective study of the present status of optimization methodology as applied to the chemical process industries. Both deterministic and non-deterministic systems are considered. (G)
443: Air Pollution Control Design. 0-3-3. Preq., Senior standing in CMEN or consent of instructor. An overview of the air pollution problem. Design of devices to control emissions (VOC's, NOx, SO2, participates, etc.) Cost estimation of air pollution control systems. (G)
450: Special Problems. 1-4 semester hours credit. Preq., senior standing in CMEN. Problems covering selected topics of current importance or special interest or need. (G)
451: Senior Chemical Engineering Laboratory. 6-0-2. Preq., CMEN 353 and 413 or consent of instructor. Laboratory work in humidification, drying, distillation, absorption, extraction, and kinetics.
452: Special Projects Laboratory. 1 hour credit. Preq., senior standing in CMEN. Selected comprehensive problems. Study and/or laboratory development of: industrial unit operations; new chemical processes; improvement of established processes; economic evaluations. Theoretical studies.
455: Biochemical Engineering. 0-3-3. Preq., CMEN 402 or consent of instructor. Introduction to biotechnology and bioprocesses. Microbiology and biochemical processes are reviewed. Enzyme kinetics, microbial growth transport phenomena, and design of biochemical reactors are studied. Cross-listed with BIEN 455. (G)
456: Hazardous Waste Management. 0-3-3. Preq., senior standing in CMEN. A study of the legislation, regulation, technology, and business matters relating to hazardous waste management. (G)
475: Combustion, Fires and Explosions. 0-3-3. Preq., senior standing in CMEN. Nature of combustion, controlled and free burning fires, and evaluation of explosion hazards. (G)
501: Advanced Unit Operations. 0-3-3. Design calculations applicable to various unit operations including drying, humidification, absorption, adsorption, distillation, heat exchangers, ion exchange, cooling towers and filtration.
504: Advanced Chemical Engineering Kinetics. 0-3-3. Homogeneous reactions. Catalytic reactions. Mass and heat transfer in catalytic beds. Catalytic reactor design. Uncatalyzed heterogeneous reactions.
513: Transport Phenomena. 0-3-3. A course in which advanced concepts on momentum, energy, and mass transport is explored. Emphasis is placed on unsteady state behavior, turbulence, and recent developments in the literature.
521: Energy Analysis of Industrial Processes. 0-3-3. Preq., An undergraduate course in thermodynamics. The application of the concept of exergy, or energy availability, to the systematic analysis of processes and plants to make most efficient use of limited energy resources.
522: Advanced Thermodynamics. 0-3-3. The relations of thermodynamic properties are developed. Problems on the expansion and compression of non-gases, liquefaction, low temperature separation are studied.
524: Seminar. 0-1-1 each. Surveys, investigations, and discussions of current problems in Chemical Engineering.
550: Special Problems. 1-4 semester hours. Preq., consent of instructor. Selected topics dealing with advanced problems in chemical engineering and design of equipment. The problems and projects will be treated by current methods used in professional practice.
551: Research and Thesis in Chemical Engineering. Registration in any quarter may be for three semester hours credit or multiples thereof. Maximum credit allowed is six semester hours.
555: Practicum. 0-3-3 (6). Preq., 12 semester hours of graduate work. Analytical and/or experimental solution of an engineering problem; technical literature survey required; development of engineering research techniques.