Teaching & Training Refinement

ENGINEERING THERMODYNAMICS (ENGR2010, CHEN2110)

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This is the first engineering-wide course in thermodynamics for providing a comprehensive treatment of thermodynamics including the first and second laws of thermodynamics, equations of state, simple processes and cycles, and their applications throughout engineering.  The primary emphasis is the application of thermodynamic fundamentals to the analysis of processes and engineering equipment.

Sample Course Syllabus

CHEMICAL REACTION ENGINEERING (CHEN3700)

 
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This course is designed to give chemical engineering students the ability to incorporate rate expressions into various energy and material balances for designing various types of chemical reactors with homogeneous and heterogeneous reaction systems.

Sample Course Syllabus

MULTISCALE MOLECULAR MODELLING 

(CHEN4980, CHEN6970)

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The course is designed to give students in chemistry and related subjects an introduction to the theory for molecular modeling, and use of modeling as a tool in chemical research. Considerable emphasis will be placed on practical use of modeling and an understanding of the methods which extends beyond purely operational skills. The aim is to give the students the sufficient background to independently evaluate choice of methods and reliability of results in molecular modeling.