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ENVE 426. Physical and Chemical Process Design

Credits: 3
Department: Atmospheric & Hydrologic Sciences
Description: Physical and chemical process analysis and design with applications involving engineering economics and life-cycle analysis.
Prerequisites: ENVE 328
Corequisites: MME 303
Semester Offered: Fall
Grading Method: ABCDF

Student Learning Outcomes

1. Apply principles from chemistry, natural physical sciences, and engineering to the definition and solution of environmental problems
2. Design engineered processes and systems employing physical and chemical principles in concert with economic and life cycle analysis principles
3. Analyze physical and chemical processes operative in natural systems to design strategies for mitigation of environmental contamination
4. Employ modern computational tools in numeric analyses
5. Communicate the processes employed in and results of analyses of environmental processes in written form

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