CHE 3113 Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics I: 3 hours.
(Prerequisites: C or better in CH 1223 and PH 2213. Co-requisites: CHE 2114 and MA 2733). Three hours lecture. Thermodynamic properties, energy relationships, applications of the first and second law of thermodynamics, flow processes, power cycles, refrigeration and liquefaction
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Chemical Engineering is a profession where a diverse group of individuals contribute to the invention, development, and deployment of an incredible range of processes and products in a variety of industries including chemical, petrochemical, environmental, pharmaceutical, environmental, and materials. Chemical engineering is the branch of engineering that deals with the chemical and physical processes used to develop and manufacture many different products of greater value from lesser valued chemicals and feedstocks. Without question, chemical engineers are making major contributions to the technological infrastructure of modern society.