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I teach the following courses at SDSM&T in Fall semester:

Description

  •  Laboratory experiments in process measurements

  •  Feedback control loops

  •  Process data acquisition

  •  Fluid flow measurements

  •  Design of fluid handling systems

  • This course focuses on chemical separations such as distillation, absorption, and liquid-liquid extraction. 

  •  Processes are modeled using the equilibrium stage approach.

evaporation, and distillation.


 


 I teach the following courses at SDSM&T in the Spring semester:

CHE 484/584 FUNDAMENTALS OF BIOCHEMICAL ENGINEERING

Description : An introduction to the characterization of microorganisms, fermentation pathways, unit processes in fermentation, biochemical kinetics, and batch and continuous fermentation. The basic engineering concepts of fermentation, separation, control, and operations will be discussed. Students enrolling in CHE 584 will be held to a higher standard than those enrolling in CHE 484.
 

CHE 484L/584L BIOCHEMICAL ENGINEERING LABORATORY

Description: Laboratory experiments in biochemical engineering. May include fermentation, dissolved oxygen mass transfer measurements, bioseparations, and other experiments to correlate with selected lecture topics. Students enrolling in CHE 585L will be held to a higher standard than those enrolling in CHE 485L.