- Designed to prepare students with backgrounds in chemistry, biology or other engineering degrees for successful graduate study in chemical engineering.
- Individual modules feature short video lectures, worked examples, conceptual quizzes, and interactive features for student support.
- Courses count as two electives (6 credit hours) towards NC State’s MS in Chemical Engineering.
- Excellent continuing education option for engineers and scientists who want an overview of core chemical engineering concepts.
- Initial offering of the courses will be in Fall 2018 (I) – Spring 2019 (II) by award-winning instructors Dr. Lisa Bullard and Dr. Matthew Cooper.
By the end of this course, students should be able to:
- Solve steady state and transient, multi-phase material and energy balance problems for single and multiple unit processes, with and without reaction.
- Describe and analyze: flows of Newtonian fluids; energy and heat transport through single and multiple phases; steady-state and transient mass-transfer processes.
- Perform thermodynamic analyses of closed and open systems based on first and second laws. Relate thermodynamic properties of interest to measurable physical parameters and calculate the thermodynamic properties for a specified change of state.
- Calculate thermodynamic properties of multicomponent systems.
- Develop rate equations from known elementary reactions or available kinetic data, size a reactor given reaction kinetics, and evaluate reactor design options for multiple reactions.