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Problem Solving In Chemical And Biochemical Engineering


Written for students and professionals, this book provides extensive problem-solving instruction in the fields of chemical and biochemical engineering. The book uses an equation-oriented approach that enables computer-based problem solving on personal computers. Problem solutions are clearly developed using fundamental principles to create mathematical models. Topics covered include basic principles and calculations, regression and correlation of data, as well as process dynamics and control.




Problem Solving in Chemical and Biochemical Engineering



This greatly expanded and revised second edition includes newchapters on getting started with and using Excel and MATLAB. Italso places special emphasis on biochemical engineering with amajor chapter on the subject and with the integration ofbiochemical problems throughout the book.


BIOEN 215 Introduction to Bioengineering Problem Solving (3)Introduces bioengineering through a problem solving approach. Topics include: creative problem solving techniques, self-directed inquiry, engineering ethics, social constraints, and engineering design process.View course details in MyPlan: BIOEN 215


BIOEN 317 Biomedical Signals and Sensors Laboratory (2)Uses computational and experimental projects covering methods to acquire, process, and analyze signals from physiological and biochemical origins. Co-requisite: BIOEN 315 and BIOEN 316. Offered: Sp.View course details in MyPlan: BIOEN 317


BIOEN 335 Biotransport II (3)Studies the principles of combined mass transport in homogeneous and heterogeneous reaction systems as applied to biological processes. Introduces chemical and biochemical reaction kinetics, methods of evaluating kinetic parameters for reaction rate data, and prediction of the performance of biological and biochemical processes. Prerequisite: minimum grade of 2.0 in BIOEN 325. Offered: W.View course details in MyPlan: BIOEN 335


BIOEN 345 Failure Analysis and Human Physiology (4)Applies engineering analysis to understand human physiology of the engineering of solutions to medical and biological problems. Includes laboratory. Prerequisite: BIOL 220; a minimum grade of 2.0 in either of BIOEN 215 or ENGR 115; a minimum grade of 2.0 in BIOEN 335; a minimum grade of 2.0 in BIOEN 336; and a minimum grade of 2.0 in BIOEN 337. Offered: Sp.View course details in MyPlan: BIOEN 345


BIOEN 423 Introduction to Synthetic Biology (3)Studies mathematical modeling of transcription, translation, regulation, and metabolism in cell; computer aided design methods for synthetic biology; implementation of information processing, Boolean logic and feedback control laws with genetic regulatory networks; modularity, impedance matching and isolation in biochemical circuits; and parameter estimation methods. Prerequisite: either MATH 136, MATH 207, MATH 307, AMATH 351, or CSE 311; and either MATH 208, MATH 308, or AMATH 352. Offered: jointly with CHEM E 476/CSE 486/E E 423.View course details in MyPlan: BIOEN 423


BIOEN 454 Bioengineering Solutions to Improve the Health of Families Worldwide (1) SSc, DIVSeminar series that engages students in interdisciplinary discussions about global health. Explores how bioengineering approaches contribute to (1) the study of problems of global health importance, (2) the development of diagnostics, and (3) the discovery of interventional strategies to improve human health. Emphasizes collaboration between students and researchers with backgrounds in infectious disease, basic science, and bioengineering. Credit/no-credit only. Offered: jointly with G H 454; A.View course details in MyPlan: BIOEN 454


BIOEN 455 BioMEMS (4)Introduction to BioMEMS. State-of-the-art techniques in patterning biomolecules, machining three-dimensional microstructures and building microfluidic devices. Various biomedical problems that can be addressed with microfabrication technology and the engineering challenges associated with it. Biweekly labs. Prerequisite: BIOEN 316. Offered: W.View course details in MyPlan: BIOEN 455


BIOEN 467 Biochemical Engineering (3)Application of basic chemical engineering principles to biochemical and biological process industries such as fermentation, enzyme technology, and biological waste treatment. Rapid overview of relevant microbiology, biochemistry, and molecular genetics. Design and analysis of biological reactors and product recovery operations. Prerequisite: CHEM E 340; either CHEM 223, CHEM 237, or CHEM 335. Offered: jointly with CHEM E 467; W.View course details in MyPlan: BIOEN 467


BIOEN 485 Computational Bioengineering (4)Introduction to computational and mathematical analysis of biological systems, including control, stochastic, and transport systems. Lectures and laboratory sessions emphasize biochemical systems, but also include electrical, mechanical, and fluidic systems. Prerequisite: BIOEN 335; and either AMATH 351 or MATH 207. Offered: Sp.View course details in MyPlan: BIOEN 485


BIOEN 488 Computational Protein Design (4)Explores methods in protein engineering, emphasizing biomedical and biotechnological applications. Includes molecular visualization, homology modeling, molecular dynamics, computational protein design, and evaluation of designs. Introduces current research in subject area. Students learn to use and apply computational tools to investigate design problems. Prerequisite: BIOEN 315. Offered: W.View course details in MyPlan: BIOEN 488


BIOEN 490 Engineering Materials for Biomedical Applications (3)Combined application of principles of physical chemistry and biochemistry, materials engineering, to biomedical problems and products. Applications include implants and medical devices, drug delivery systems, cell culture processes, diagnostics, and bioseparations. Offered: jointly with CHEM E 490; A.View course details in MyPlan: BIOEN 490


BIOEN 509 Bioengineering Departmental Seminar (1, max. 16)Research review and discussions centered on demonstrating approaches and solving scientific problems. Seminar lectures led by faculty and visiting faculty in Bioengineering and related disciplines. Credit/no-credit only. Offered: WSp.View course details in MyPlan: BIOEN 509


BIOEN 523 Introduction to Synthetic Biology (3)Studies mathematical modeling of transcription, translation, regulation, and metabolism in cell; computer aided design methods for synthetic biology; implementation of information processing, Boolean logic and feedback control laws with genetic regulatory networks; modularity, impedance matching and isolation in biochemical circuits; and parameter estimation methods. Prerequisite: either MATH 136, MATH 207, MATH 307, AMATH 351, or CSE 311; and either MATH 208, MATH 308, or AMATH 352. Offered: jointly with CHEM E 576/CSE 586/E E 523/MOLENG 525.View course details in MyPlan: BIOEN 523


BIOEN 554 Bioengineering Solutions to Improve the Health of Families Worldwide (1/2)Seminar series that engages students in interdisciplinary discussions about global health. Explores how bioengineering approaches contribute to (1) the study of problems of global health importance, (2) the development of diagnostics, and (3) the discovery of interventional strategies to improve human health. Emphasizes collaboration between students and researchers with backgrounds in infectious disease, basic science, and bioengineering. Credit/no-credit only. Offered: jointly with G H 554; A.View course details in MyPlan: BIOEN 554


BIOEN 585 Computational Bioengineering (4)Introduction to computational and mathematical analysis of biological systems, including control, stochastic, and transport systems. Lectures and laboratory sessions emphasize biochemical systems, but also include electrical, mechanical, and fluidic systems.View course details in MyPlan: BIOEN 585


BIOEN 588 Computational Protein Design (4)Explore