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CHEG 342 Heat and Mass Transfer

This course is designed to give students a quantitative understanding of the mechanism of mass and heat transfer in physical situations of importance to chemists and chemical engineers.  This is accomplished by the analysis of experiments, mathematical modeling, and comparison of model behavior with experimental results.  The verified models are used to illustrate:

  • The design and operation of process equipment at the lab, pilot and commercial scale
  • The analogies between heat, mass and momentum transport
  • The analysis, prediction of behavior, and control of living organisms and the natural environment

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CHEG 620 – Biochemical Engineering

Learning Goals:

  • Understand the experimental and mathematical frameworks underlying the growth of biological organisms and the production of macro and small molecule products
  • Analyze reaction stoichiometry for biochemical processes
  • Evaluate different methods for producing biological molecules, including cell culture and protein expression systems.
  • Develop strategies for metabolic engineering of biological organisms, to manufacture useful chemicals
  • Select and sequence purification processes for biological products
  • Design and evaluate drug delivery pathways and tissue engineering methods
  • Understand protein and cellular engineering approaches
  • Gain an appreciation for the industrial practice of biochemical engineering, as well as its role in the consumer, energy, and biomedical sectors

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