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5333. Computer Simulation in Chemical Engineering

3.00 credits

Prerequisites: Instructor consent. Recommended preparation: CHEG 5001 or equivalent.

Grading Basis: Graded

Learning and applying modern tools for computer simulation of chemical engineering processes. Covers the basic equations required to simulate generic types of processes and interactive Computer Labs where we solve examples from the course textbook. You will integrate theory with modeling, determine other solutions and find bugs, and identify inaccuracies or problems in the proposed solution. Short introductions to the Interface of each Software (Aspen Plus, Matlab, Comsol) will be given. The Computer Labs structure will be based on a step-by-step solution of chemical engineering problems. Will work with PowerPoint slides to perform a step for a simulation, while working with the instructor to ensure understanding before proceeding to the next slide.

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Term Class Number Campus Instruction Mode Instructor Section Session Schedule Enrollment Location Credits Grading Basis Notes
Fall 2024 10156 Storrs Online Synchronous Bollas, George 001 Reg Th 5:00pm‑7:00pm
0/30 No Room Required - Online 3.00 Graded