CHEN 1201 - General Chemistry for Engineers 1
Fall 2020 / Fall 2021
Designed to meet the general chemistry requirement for some engineering students and serve as part one for students whose academic plans require advanced work in chemistry. Topics include components of matter, stoichiometry, electron configuration, chemical bonding, molecular shapes, covalent bonding, classes of reactions, thermochemistry, gases, atomic structure, organic compounds, intermolecular forces, and phase equilibria. Examples and problems illustrate the application of chemistry to engineering sub-disciplines. Department enforced prerequisites: High school Algebra, one year of high school Chemistry or CHEM 1021 (minimum grade C-). Same as CHEN 1211, CHEM 1113, CHEM 1400 and MCEN 1024. Recommended restriction: Not recommended for students with grade below B- in CHEM 1021.
CHEN 1211 - General Chemistry for Engineers
One-semester lecture and recitation course designed for engineering students with more advanced chemistry backgrounds. Topics include stoichiometry; thermodynamics; gases, liquids, and solids; equilibrium; acids and bases; bonding concepts; kinetics; reactions; and materials science. Examples and problems illustrate the application of chemistry to engineering sub-disciplines. Department enforced prerequisite: 4 or 5 on the AP Chemistry exam or passing placement exam score. Recommended corequisite: CHEM 1221. Duplicate Degree Credit Not Granted: CHEM 1021 or 1113 or CHEM 1400 or CHEN 1201 or CHEN 1203 or MCEN 1024.
CHEN 3200 - Chemical Engineering Fluid Mechanics
Spring 2018 / Spring 2019 / Spring 2020
Introduces fluid mechanics and momentum transfer, emphasizing the application of these principles to chemical engineering systems. Same as CVEN 3313 and MCEN 3021.
CHEN 3210 - Chemical Engineering Heat Transfer
Examines conservation and transfer of mass and thermal energy. Focuses on conduction and convection of heat in the context of chemical processes and heat exchangers. Addresses radiation. Also studies mass transfer rate processes, including diffusion, microscopic material balances, and correlations for mass transfer coefficients.