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CHE 632 - Linear Operator Methods In Chemical Engineering

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Effectivity: 05/19/2003 - Forward     @ Purdue West Lafayette Traditional
Credits: 3
Instructional Types: Lec
Usually Offered: spr
Short Title: Linear Operator CHE
Description: Application of the spectral theory of linear self-adjoint and non-self-adjoint operators on abstract Hilbert spaces to problems in chemical engineering. Symmetrizable non-self-adjoint problems in finite and infinite dimensional spaces with applications to physical and chemical rate processes in homogeneous and composite media. Solution of transport equations governing heat and mass transfer in deforming and chemically reacting media. Introduction to non-self-adjoint problems in chemical engineering. Offered in alternate years. Prerequisite: CHE 63000.
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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