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CHE 630 - Applied Mathematics For Chemical Engineers

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Effectivity: 05/19/2003 - Forward     @ Purdue West Lafayette Traditional
Credits: 3
Instructional Types: Lec
Usually Offered: fal
Short Title: Applied Math Chem Engr
Description: Determinants and matrices: solution of a system of algebraic equations; applications to dimensional analysis, stoichiometry, thermodynamics, kinetics of first order reaction systems, and stagewise operations. Differential equations: series solutions, Sturm-Liouville systems, boundary value problems, applications to heat and mass transfer and chemical reactor problems. Elements of complex variables: LaPlace and infinite Fourier transforms, applications to heat and mass transfer problems. First order partial differential equations: applications to separation processes, chromatography. Prerequisite: MA 26200.
School: Chemical Engineering
Department: Chemical Engineering
Credit By Exam: NO
Repeatable Flag: NO
Temporary Flag: NO
Full Time Privilege Flag: NO
Honors Flag: NO
Registration Approval Type: Department
Variable Title Flag: NO


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