COE Chemical and Biological Engineering Course Description Page

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CBE 250
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Process Synthesis


Catalog Description

Textbook(s) and/or other required material



R. M.
Murphy, Introduction to Chemical Processes: Principles, Analysis, Synthesis,
McGraw
-
Hill,
2005.



In
-
class handouts and readings.

Course objectives

Students will have:



Familiarity with chemical process flowsheeting and common unit operations



Ability to apply Mass and Energy Balances to chemical processes and unit operations



Understanding of fact
ors involved in a successful chemical process, and ability to
suggest possible new
processes

Topics covered



Units, dimensions



Flow charts



Material balances



Recycle, bypass, purge



Material balances on reacting systems



Combustion processes



Elementary phase e
quilibrium



Staged separations
-

extraction



Energy balances
-

non
-
reactive and reactive systems



Enthalpy contributions
-

sensible heats, latent heats, heats of reaction



Combined mass and energy balances



Basic heat exchanger design and application strategies



Basic process synthesis (class project)

Class/laboratory schedule



Meets twice weekly, in 75 minute lectures on Tuesday and Thursday mornings.
Section 1: 8:00
-
9:15; Section 2: 11:00
-
12:15



Office hours conducted in tutorial mode Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday a
fternoons


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CBE 25
5



Introduction to Chemical Proce
ss Modeling


Catalog Description

Textbook(s) and/or other required material



R. Pratap, Getting Started with MATLAB, Oxford University Press, 2009

Course objectives

Students will:

-

Develop facility with using modern computational software for numerical
problem

solving

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Obtain an integrative overview of the entire chemical engineering curriculum

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Be exposed to key modeling concepts for courses later in the curriculum

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Acquire a set of tools that will be useful in later CBE courses

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Be exposed to probl
ems in stoichiometry of chemical reactions, diffusion and heat transfer,
process systems steady
-
state modeling and design, chemical kinetics in well
-
mixed reactors,
staged separations, estimating parameters from data

Class/laboratory schedule



Meets twice w
eekly, in
50

minute lectures on
Monday

and
Wednesday

mornings.



Computer lab 90 minutes,

Monday, Tuesday,
or
Wednesday afternoons


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CBE
310

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Chemical Process Thermodynamics I

Note: this is the new course number for the old CBE 211 (eliminated)

Textbook(s) and/or other required material



No textbook information



"Thermo" 2000 by Jay Schieber and Juan de Pablo

Course
objectives

Students will have:



The student will learn the relationship between heat and work by understanding the
significance of the first law of thermodynamics.



The student will understand the limitations imposed by the second law of
thermodynamics on t
he conversion of heat to work.



The student will learn the definitions and relationships among the thermodynamic
properties of pure materials, such as internal energy, enthalpy, and entropy.



The student will learn how to obtain or to estimate the thermal an
d volumetric
properties of real fluids.



The student will understand the applications of energy balances in the analysis of
batch, flow, and cyclical processes, including power cycles, refrigeration, and
chemical reactors.

Topics covered



First law of thermo
dynamics.



Volumetric properties and equations of state of pure fluids.



Sensible and latent heat effects and heats of reaction.



Second law of thermodynamics.



Definition of entropy and the third law.



Maxwell relations and other relations among properties.



Co
rrelations of the thermal and volumetric properties of real fluids.



Flow processes.



Power cycles.



Turbines and jet engines.



Refrigeration cycles, heat pumps, and liquefaction of gases.


Class/laboratory schedule



3 50
-
minute lectures/week; Section 1: 9:55
MWF; Section 2: 11:00 MWF



50
-
minute discussion session; 2:25 M or 1:20 T

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CBE 311
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Thermodynamics of Mixtures

Textbook(s) and/or other required material



Elliott and Lira,
Introductory Chemi
cal Engineering Thermodynamics,
Prentice
-
Hall,
1
st

ed
, 1999.



"Thermo 2000" by Jay Schieber and Juan de Pablo

Course objectives

Students will have:



Ability to apply chemical thermodynamics to systems to determine phase and
chemical equilibrium



Familiarity
with terminology, theory, and common models used to describe solutions
and mixtures

Topics covered



Solution thermodynamics



Ideal and Real mixtures



Vapor
-
liquid equilibrium



Liquid
-
liquid equilibrium



Vapor
-
liquid
-
liquid equilibrium



Solid
-
liquid equilibrium



E
quations of state



Chemical reaction equilibrium

Class/laboratory schedule



2 75
-
minute lectures, TR 8:00



weekly 50
-
minute discussion section, 1:20 or 2:25 Monday afternoon



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CBE 320
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Introductory Transport Phenomena


Textbook(s) and/or other required material



Bird, Stewart and Lightfoot, Transport Phenomena, 2
nd

ed. rev.,
Wiley,
2007.

Course objectives

The objectives of this
course are for students to learn to:



Set

up shell balances for conservation of momentum, energy, and mass;



understand and apply flux laws in balances;



understand and apply interphase transport relationships;



employ shell balance equations to obtain desired

profiles for velocity, temperature and
concentration;



reduce and solve the appropriate equations of change to obtain desired profiles for
velocity,
temperature and concentration;



reduce and solve appropriate macroscopic balances for conservation of moment
um,
energy and
mass;



utilize information obtained from solutions of the balance equations to obtain
engineering



quantities of interest;



recognize and apply analogies among momentum, heat and mass transfer;



Appreciate relevance of transport principles in diverse applications of chemical,
biological, and
materials science and engineering.

Topics covered



Mass, momentum and energy transport mechanisms



Calculation of transport coefficients



Dimensional analysis



Mo
mentum, energy and mass interphase transport



Microscopic and macroscopic balances



Solution to problems in viscous flow, energy and mass transport



Elementary applications

Class/laboratory schedule



3 50
-
minute lectures/week, MWF 8:50
-
9:40



Recitation section;

M 1:20
-
3:15 or 3:30
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5:25


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CBE 324
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Transport Phenomena Laboratory

Textbook(s) and/or other required material



CBE 324 Lab Notes, available
online or
at Bob's Copy Shop each semes
ter

Course objectives



Introduces engineering lab practice



Develops engineering report preparation and writing skills



Demonstrates the basic concepts of transport phenomena



Illustrates the application of the macroscopic balances of mass, energy, and
chemical
species

Topics covered



Pressure
-
volume
-
temperature behavior of gases



Viscosities of Newtonian liquids



Velocity profiles for turbulent flow



Friction factors for flow in circular tubes



Efflux time for a tank with an exit pipe



Thermal conductivity of

solids



Temperature profiles on solids



Heat
-
transfer coefficients in circular tubes



Heating liquids in tank storage



Diffusivity in gases



Concentration profiles in a stagnant film

Class/laboratory schedule



Sections meet weekly for one afternoon (T, W. R, or

F)



Lecture: 1:20
-
2:25



Laboratory: 2:25
-
5:25


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CBE 326
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Momentum and Heat Transfer Operations

Catalog Description

326 Momentum and Heat Transfer Operations. I, II; 3cr. Analysis o
f chemical
engineering operations involving fluid flow and heat transfer. Flow of fluids
through ducts and porous media; motion of particulate matter in fluids;
general design and operation of fluid
-
flow equipment. Conductive, convective
and radiative heat

exchange with and without phase change; general design
and operation of heat
-
exchange equipment. P:CBE
310

& 320 with grades of
C or better. Graham, Klingenberg, Swaney.

Course Prerequisite(s)



CBE 211



CBE 320



with grades of C or better

Prerequisite
knowledge and/or skills



Chemical Process Thermodynamics



Transport Phenomena

Textbook(s) and/or other required material



McCab
e, Smith, and Harriott, Unit Operations of Chemical Engineering, 7
th

ed.,
McGraw
-
Hill, 2007.



Bird, Stewart, and Lightfoot, Transport

Phenomena, Wiley, 1960.



Holman, Heat Transfer,
5
th

Edition, McGraw
-
Hill, 1981



Coulson, Richardson, Sinnott, Chemical Engineering, Vol 6, 2nd Edition, Pergamon
Press, 1993



van Dyke, An Album of Fluid Motion, Parabolic Press, 1982

Course objectives



Ability
to apply thermodynamics and transport phenomena to analyze and design
chemical process equipment.



Familiarity with the theory and design equations describing common chemical
engineering process

equipment.

Topics covered



Dimensional Analysis and Scale
-
Up



Me
chanical Energy Balances



Flow of Incompressible Newtonian and Non
-
Newtonian Fluids



Flow of Compressible Fluids



Flow Measurement



Pumps, Compressors, Fans and Blowers



Two Phase Flow



Drag Coefficients and Settling



Packed Beds, Fluidized Beds, and Filtration



C
yclones and Centrifuges



Agitation and Mixing



Conduction in Solids



Heat Transfer Coefficients

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Forced and Free Convection



Boiling and Condensation



Heat Exchangers



Evaporators



Radiation

Class/laboratory schedule



3 50
-
minute lectures, 12:05 MWF



50
-
minute
discussion session, 2:25 W or 1:20 R


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CBE 424
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Operations and Process Laboratory

Catalog Description

424 Operations and Process Laboratory. SS; 5cr. Experiments in unit
operation
s, and supervised individual assignments selected from areas such
as: fluid dynamics, analytical methods, reaction kinetics, plastics technology,
and use of computers in data processing and simulation. P: CBE 324, 326,
426, & 430, or cons inst. Hill, Root,

Swaney.

Course Prerequisite(s)



CBE 324



CBE 326 or 426

Textbook(s) and/or other required material



Laboratory manual, to be purchased at Bob's Copy Shop at the start of the lab session

Course objectives



developing familiarity with a range of common chemica
l engineering equipment
through experiments on pilot
-
scale apparatus



acquiring or expanding abilities to take a novel project assignment, define an
investigation, design and
construct experimental apparatus, collect and analyze data,
and present conclusions and
recommendations in oral or written formats

Topics covered



Distillation (Formal)



Chemical Reactors (Formal)



Heat and Mass Transfer in a Spray Tower (Formal)



Heat Exchang
ers (Formal)



Fluid Flow
-

Pump and Flowmeters (Formal)



Freeform experiments (4 Informals)



Data analysis and report writing

Class/laboratory schedule

Course meets for 5 weeks, 5 days/week, 8 hours/day in Summer Sessions
only.

Assessment of student progress
toward course objectives



Written reports (8 x 10%)



Oral report (10%)



Mandatory report rewrite (10%)

Person(s) who prepared this description



Thatcher W. Root

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CBE 426
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Mass Transfe
r Operations

Catalog Description

426 Mass Transfer Operations. I, II; 3c r. Analysis of c hemic al
engineering operat ions
involving mass transfer. Differential and stagewise
separation processes; simultaneous heat and mass transfer; mass transfer
accompanied
by chemical reaction; general design and
operat ion of
mass
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t ransfer equipment. P:CBE 311 & 320 wit h grades of C or better.
Murphy, Yin.

Course Prerequisite(s)



CBE 311



CBE 320



with grades of C or better

Prerequisite knowledge and/or skills



Phase
equilibrium



Material and energy balances



Equation of continuity



Fick's law

Textbook(s) and/or other required material



McCage, Smith, and Harriott, Unit Operations of Chemical Engineering, 7
th

ed.,
McGraw
-
Hill, 2005
.



Mass Transfer: Fundamentals and Applicat
ions A.L. Hines and R. N. Maddox

Course objectives



Develop familiarity with major chemical process separations units.



Apply appropriate criteria for selecting among alternative separation technologies.



Complete design calculations for equilibrium staged se
paration processes (e.g.,
distillation, absorption).



Complete design calculations for differential contactors.



Apply mass transfer fundamentals to calculate rates of mass transfer for practical
situations and to
identify rate
-
limiting processes.

Topics cov
ered



Selection of separation technology



Phase equilibrium review



Single
-
component absorption
-

graphical methods



Binary distillation
-

graphical methods



Liquid
-
liquid extraction
-

graphical methods



Multicomponent absorption



Multicomponent distillation



Revi
ew of Fick's law



Equation of continuity
-

applications



Mass transfer coefficients



Interphase mass transfer



Differential contactors



Adsorption

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Simultaneous heat and mass transfer



Membrane processes

Class/laboratory schedule



3 50
-
minute lectures, 9:55 MWF



50
-
minute discussion session, 1:20 M or T

Person(s) who prepared this description



Regina M. Murphy

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CBE 430
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Chemical Kinetics and Reactor Design

Catalog Description

430 Chemical

Kinetics and Reactor Design. I, II; 3 cr. Analysis and
interpretation of kinetic data and catalytic phenomena; application of basic
engineering principles to chemical reactor design. P: CBE 311 & 320 or cons
inst. Dumesic, Hill, Mavrikakis, Rawlings, Root
.

Course Prerequisite(s)



CBE 311



CBE 320

Prerequisite knowledge and/or skills



Ordinary differential equations



Thermodynamics of open systems and chemical reactions



Elementary chemical kinetics



Transport phenomena



Ability to use spreadsheets, equation sol
vers, and computer languages to analyze,
manipulate, and plot
data in a variety of formats

Textbook(s) and/or other required material



J.
Rawlings and
J.
Ekerdt, Chemical Reactor Analysis and Design Fundamentals, 1
st

ed., Nob Hill, 2004.



C. G.
Hill,

Jr.,

Introduction to Chemical Engineering Kinetics and Reactor Design,
Wiley, 1977

Course objectives



To develop the ability to analyze kinetic data and determine rate laws



To obtain the ability to apply ideal reactor models



To provide meaningful experience in
solving mass and energy balances for chemical
reactors



To develop the ability to analyze the performance of reactors in which multiple
reactions are occurring



To develop the ability to analyze nonideal flow conditions in reactors and to develop the
skill t
o utilize
simple models to characterize the performance of such reactors



To obtain the ability to analyze data for heterogeneous catalytic reactions and to
employ the results of
such analyses in designing simple reactors



To develop the ability to analyze s
ituations in which heterogeneous reactions are limited
by diffusion or
mass transfer processes

Topics covered



Review of thermodynamics and basic concepts



Analysis of kinetic data



Theoretical foundations of chemical kinetics (reaction mechanisms, collision
theory,
transition state theory,
explosions)



Analysis of complex reaction networks



Design of ideal isothermal reactors



Selectivity and optimization



Temperature and energy effects

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Nonideal reactors/residence time considerations



Adsorption and heterogeneous
catalysis



Role of mass transfer phenomena in catalytic reactions

Class/laboratory schedule



Class meets MWF, from 8:50
-
9:40 a.m.



Discussion period M or T 2:25

Person(s) who prepared this description



James B. Rawlings

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CBE 440
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Chemical Engineering Materials

Catalog Description

440 Chemical Engineering Materials. I, II; 3cr. Structure and properties of
metallic and nonmetallic materials of construction; interrelations between
chemical
bonding, structure, and behavior of materials. P: Chem 345.
Dumesic, Kuech, Root.

Course Prerequisite(s)



Chem 345

Textbook(s) and/or other required material



White, Physical Properties of Materials, 2
nd

ed., CRC Press, 2012.



Ralls, Courtney, and Wulff, Intr
oduction to Materials Science and Engineering, Wiley &
Sons, 1976

Course objectives



Provide a survey of materials properties



Establish the connection of microscopic and chemical principles with macroscopic and
physical properties



Study the structure and pr
operties of metallic and nonmetallic materials of
construction



Understand the interactions between chemical bonding, structure, and behavior of
materials

Topics covered



Elements, compounds, and bonding



Solid structure, crystallography, X
-
ray diffraction



Ph
ase equilibria and transformations



Electrical, thermal, and magnetic properties



Metals, inorganic materials, polymers, and composites



Structural imperfections: defects, dislocations, grain boundaries



Mechanical properties: deformation, strength and fractur
e, creep and relaxation



Interfacial phenomena: surface tension, contact angles, wetting, lubrication



Optical properties: index of refraction, fiber optics, lasers



Materials processing techniques, materials safety data sheets (MSDS), ASTM tests


Class/laboratory schedule



2 75
-
minute lectures, TR 8:00
-
9:15

Person(s) who prepared this description



Thatcher W. Root


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CBE 450
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Process Design

Catalog Description

450 Process Design. I, II; 3cr. Analysis and design of chemical processing
systems and
equipment. P:CBE 326, 426 & 430 or c ons inst. Swaney,
Nealey, Murphy.

Course Prerequisite(s)



CBE 326



CBE 426



CBE 430

Prerequisite knowledge and/or skills



Momentum an
d heat transfer operations



Mass transfer operations and separation processes



Chemical reaction kinetics and reactor design

Textbook(s) and/or other required material



Ulrich and Vasudeva, Chemical Engineering Process Design and Economics: A
Practical Guide,

2
nd

ed., Process Publishing, 2004.



Recommended:
Towler and Sinnott, Chemical Engineering Design, Second Edition:
Principles, Practice and Economics of Plant and Process Design,
Butterworth
-
Heinemann, 2012.



Extensive supplementary reference list

Course
objectives



Development of system design skills for chemical processes



Experience solving a complex engineering design problem



Ability to perform economic evaluation of chemical processes and capital projects, and
economic
optimization of designs



Familiarit
y with professional conventions and formats for representing engineering
results



Integrated application of chemical engineering knowledge acquired in prior courses

Topics covered



Economic Analysis



Process Synthesis



Shortcut and computer
-
aided design method
s



Optimization



Risk and safety



Design project

Class/laboratory schedule



2 50
-
minute lectures, 9:55 TR



3 hour discussion/lab session, 1:20
-
4:20 T, W, R, or F

Person(s) who prepared this description



Thatcher W. Root



Ross E. Swaney


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CBE 470
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Process Dynamics and Control

Catalog Description

470 Process Dynamics and Control. I, II; 3cr. A systematic introduction to
dynamic behavior and automatic control of industrial processes; lab includes
instrumentation, measurement and
control of process variables by using
conventional hardware and real
-
ti
me digital computers.
P: CBE 326 & ECE
376; CBE 430 or con reg. Graham, Swaney, Rawlings.

Course Prerequisite(s)



CBE 326



CBE 430



ECE 376

Prerequisite knowledge and/or skills



A working knowledge of computer programming is also assumed.

Textbook(s) and/or
other required material



"Process Dynamics, Modeling and Control" by B.A. Ogunnaike and W.H. Ray
, Oxford
Press, 1994.



Laboratory Manual

Course objectives



Objective 1:
Introduce undergraduate chemical engineers to dynamics and control of
chemical processes.
Individual outcomes include:

a.

Ability to identify, formulate, and solve linear chemical process dynamics
problems.

b.

Ability to use techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for
the practice
of chemical engineering. Computational tools
especially are
emphasized in this course.

c.

Ability to design and conduct laboratory experiments, as well as to analyze and
interpret
data, in particular to determine the efficacy of control designs.

d.

Ability to design a control system to meet desired needs f
or a given process.

e.

Capacity for continuing development in understanding and expertise in process
dynamics and control.



Objective 2:
The course

is evenly divided between mode
ling and analysis of chem
ic
al
process dynamic behavior, and design and analysis me
thods for automatic control.
Individual
outcomes include:

a.

Understanding of professional and ethical responsibility, including knowledge of
contemporary issues, particularly those of safety and environmental impact
that are directly
affected by control syst
em design.

b.

Ability to function on multi
-
disciplinary teams, and ability to communicate
effectively,
through laboratory experience, teamwork, and laboratory project
reports.

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Topics covered



Linear system dynamics



Block diagrams, feedback control



Process
identification



Stability: Routh criterion, root locus, Bode, Nyquist



Tuning: Xiegler
-
Nichols, Cohen&Coon



Cascade control



Feedforward control



Multivariable control: linear systems, feedback, interaction, loop pairing, interaction
compensation



Time delay com
pensation



Discrete time systems



Ratio control, overides, selectors, adaptive control



Model
-
based control

Class/laboratory schedule



2 50
-
minute lectures, 11:00 TR



50 minute discussion, 3 hour laboratory; 1:20
-
5:25 M, T, W, or R

Person(s) who prepared this d
escription



Michael D. Graham



Thatcher W. Root

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CBE 540
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Polymer Science and Technology

Catalog Description

540 Polymer Science and Technology. I, II; 3cr. Synthesis, properties, and
fabric
ation of plastic materials of industrial importance. P: Chem 345; CBE
326 & 430, or con reg; Stat 324; or cons inst. dePablo, Nealey.

Course Prerequisite(s)



CBE 326



CBE 430



Chem 345

Textbook(s) and/or other required material



Young and Lovell,
Introduction to Polymers, 3
rd

ed., CRC/Taylor Francis, 2011.



Young, R. A., and Lovell, P. A., "Introduction to Polymers," Second Edition, Chapman
and Hall, 1991.

Course objectives



To acquire fundamental chemical and physical information on the synthesis,
p
roduction and

characterization of polymer materials



To appreciate the breadth of polymer properties and applications, and to learn in depth
about polymers in
a particular application area

Topics covered



Polymerization and reactions of polymers
-

condensati
on, addition, copolymerization,
novel reactions



Structure and properties of polymers
-

polymer solution thermodynamics,
measurement of molecular

weight and size, morphology and order in crystalline &
amorphous polymers, polymer flow and rheology,
laborator
y equipment and
demonstration



Polymer processing and fabrication
-

film and molding technology, fiber technology,
laboratory equipment
and demonstration



Commercial polymers (production and applications)
-

olefins, dienes, vinyl and
vinylidene polymers and
copolymers, heterochain polymers, fluorocarbon polymers,
specialty polymers, laboratory equipment and

demonstration


Class/laboratory schedule



Monday, Wednesday, Friday 11:00
-
11:50

Person(s) who prepared this description



W. Harmon Ray

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Catalog Description

541 Plastics and High Polymer Laboratory. I, II; 1
-
3 cr (P
-
A). Experiments on
polymerization, fabrication, and testing of plastics. P: CBE 540 or con reg; or Chem
664 or con reg. Bray, dePablo, Klingenberg, Nealey.


Course Prerequisite(s)



See catalog desc
ription.


Course objectives

Our recently modernized polymer lab gives students access to one of the best
educational facilities of this type in the country. Here they are trained in modern
methods of polymer characterization.

The course emphasizes polymer
synthesis, characterization and
structure
-
property relationships. It consists of several weeks of training on each of
the instruments followed by group research projects.


Topics covered



Differential scanning calorimeter



High
-
precision solution calorimeter



Thermal gravimetric analyzer



Dynamic mechanical analyzer



Gel permeation chromatograph



Controlled stress rheometer



Capillary viscometer



X
-
ray spectro
-
photometer with an area detector


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Catalog Description

544 Processing of Electronic Materials. (Crossliste
d with E C E, M S & E 544.) Irr;
3cr. Physics and chemistry principles underlying microelectronic materials
processing. Effects of processing on materials and structures important in
microelectronic and opto
-
electronic devices. P:CBE 440, MS&E 351, ECE 335
; or
cons inst. Kuech.


Course Prerequisite(s)



See catalog description above.


Prerequisite knowledge and/or skills



Introductory Materials Science



Introductory Physics and Chemistry


Textbook(s) and/or other required material



Process Engineering Analysis
in Semiconductor Device ruFabrication, S.
Middleman and A.K. Hochberg, McGraw
-
Hill.



Selected literature and textbook selections


Course objectives

This course addresses the basic chemical and physical techniques used in the
modern processing of materials a
t the micro and nanoscales particularly in the
microelectronics industry. Simple device concepts are developed and used to relate
the influence of the process technology to the device fabrication and materials
characteristics. The relation between the prop
erties of a deposited thin film and
the deposition process is developed. The underlying physical and chemical features
common to many of these processes is emphasized. While focusing on techniques
used for the development of both Si and compound semiconduc
tor
-
based
technologies, the use and extension of these processing techniques to other types
of materials is developed.


Topics covered



Introduction to materials



Physical deposition



Ion beam modification of materials



Lithography



Chemical vapor deposition



Di
electric formation



Reaction
-
diffusion based processing



Etching processes



Epitaxial growth



Plasma processes



Packaging materials.

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Class/laboratory schedule

3 50
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-
10:45


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CBE 575


Instrumental Methods


Information to follow.