CBE 3508: Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics (Fall 2017) Section Time MTWTh (9:10 -10:05 AM) Lecture: Instructor: Aravind Asthagiri Teaching Assistant: Qiang (George) Zhang Xuepeng (Andrew) Deng Xutao (Steve) Shi Daniel Casey Location 100 Stillman Hall Office: 418 CBEC Email: [email protected] Office Hours: 12-2 Mon Office: 415 CBEC Email: [email protected] Office Hours: 4-6 Tues Office: 526 CBEC Email: [email protected] Office Hours: 4-6 Wed Office: 6th floor lounge CBEC Email: [email protected] Office Hours: 1-3 Wed, 2-4 Fri Office: 6th floor lounge CBEC Email: [email protected] Office Hours: 10-12 Mon, 10-12 Wed Website: The Carmen/Canvas website for the class will have all homework assignments posted and the solution keys for homework, quizzes, and exams along with class handouts and any important announcements. Texts Required: Recommend: A. Z. Panagiotopoulos, Essential Thermodynamics, Drios Press (2012). Note: All exams/quizzes will be closed book and no notes. Stanley I. Sandler, Chemical, Biochemical, and Engineering Thermodynamics 4th ed. This textbook is a good source for problems. Course Objectives Upon completion of this course, a student should be able to: a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. Understand the fundamental basis of the first and second laws of thermodynamics Estimate thermodynamic properties of pure gases and liquids using equations of state. Develop mass and energy balance equations necessary to solve non-reactive steady-state and transient systems by hand or by computer using process simulation software. Use tables, charts, or software to estimate physical property data needed to solve material and energy balances. Apply pertinent mathematical concepts required to develop general thermodynamic equations of change. Understand concepts of phase equilibrium, stability, reversible and irreversible processes. Understand thermodynamics of mixtures; phase equilibria Work ethically with other students, engaging in discussions and working independently as appropriate. CBE 3508: Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics page 2 Grading Individual Homework: I will not collect or grade individual homework, but doing homework conscientiously has the largest correlation to doing well in the class. Quizzes (25%): Quizzes (35-40 minutes) will normally be given one day after homeworks are “due”. These quizzes will usually have 1 problem sometimes with additional qualitative questions. Group Homework (10%): In addition to the individual homework, I will give selected problems (some based on using MATLAB) that will be assigned as group homework. I will assign the groups of 4 and post the information on Carmen. Please email me first and last name of any conflicts you have by Wednesday 8/23 5 PM. I will allow a maximum of 2 conflicts (please contact me if you need more). Exams: There will be two exams (20% each) and a final comprehensive exam (25%). Note exam dates on schedule are tentative – it is the student’s responsibility to be aware of any changes to the exam schedule. Exams will be closed book and notes. It is the student’s responsibility to bring a calculator to the exams. Group HWs Quizzes Mid-terms (2) Final 10% 25% 40% (20% each) 25% Regrading Exams/Quizzes: If you believe an exam/quiz problem was graded incorrectly, write a statement making your case and submit it to me along with the exam/quiz. Any regrade requests should be submitted within one week of the date when the exam/quiz is returned to the class. Makeup Policy: No makeup quizzes or exams will be given. A student with a documented excuse for an absence will be given a score for the missed quiz (exam) equal to the average of the remaining quizzes (exams) in the class. For both the exams and quizzes this will include your final. So for example if you have an excused absence for Exam #1, your score for that exam will be equal to your average for exam #2 and the final. If you miss Quiz #3, the average for that quiz will be based on the quizzes for the rest of the semester and the final exam. If the last quiz or exam is missed then the final exam will substitute for that grade. Grading Scale: Will discuss this in more detail later in the semester. Students are expected to follow the Standard for Ethical Conduct established by the The Ohio State University. Any unethical behavior or academic misconduct will be reported to the University Committee on Misconduct. Students who observe misconduct should report such to the course instructor. At a minimum a non-passing letter grade will be assigned to students who violate academic honesty standards, regardless of the violator’s performance on exams, quizzes, and homework assignments. There is a possibility of expulsion from the department and/or from the university. Note: It is also your responsibility to make a reasonable effort to prevent others from copying from your work. Two exam solutions that look very similar logically suggest a conspiracy to cheat – I will report such cases to the Committee on Academic Misconduct to investigate. Best policy is to follow the proctor’s directions and to reasonably protect your paper from roving eyes. For additional information, see the Code of Student Conduct (http://studentaffairs.osu.edu/ . Disability Services: Students with disabilities that have been certified by the Office for Disability Services will be appropriately accommodated, and should inform the instructor as soon as possible of their needs. Details of the disability services can be found at http://www.ods.ohio-state.edu/. 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