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ENVE 3002 [0.5 credit] Environmental Engineering Systems Modeling

Engineered systems for pollution abatement; chemical reaction engineering; reaction kinetics and rate data analysis; design and modeling of reactors; single and multiple reactions; ideal and nonideal reactors; single and multi-parameter models; biochemical reaction engineering; process control. Laboratory procedures: reactor systems performance: Batch, CSTR and PFR.
Includes: Experiential Learning Activity
Prerequisite(s): CHEM 1002 or CHEM 1101, MATH 2004 (or concurrent), and second-year status in Engineering. Additional recommended background: ENVE 2001.
Lectures three hours a week, problem analysis 2 hours a week, laboratory 1.5 hours alternate weeks.


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