Tuesday, November 6, 2007: 3:30 PM-6:00 PM
Room 251 D (Salt Palace Convention Center)

Education (04)

#287 - Computing and Simulation in Che Curriculum (04012)
This session will examine the use of modern computing and simulation tools in the chemical engineering curriculum. Examples of appropriate topics for submission include: presentation of new educational software tools, strategies for effective use of simulation in chemical engineering courses and curriculum, and/or assessment of the effectiveness of these strategies.
Chair:Kevin Dahm
CoChair:Phillip C. Wankat
3:30 PMFinite Element Simulations In The Unit Operations Laboratory
William M. Clark, David DiBiasio
3:55 PMUnderstanding The Fundamental Phenomena That Influence Physical Properties And Fluid Thermodynamics
David A. Gallagher, Andreas Klamt
4:20 PMMolecular Simulation Modules In Undergraduate And Graduate Education: Examples From Molecular Engineering
Christopher R. Iacovella, Aaron S. Keys, Michael J. Solomon, Mark A. Burns, Sharon C. Glotzer
4:45 PMFascination And Frustration With Excel And The Peng-Robinson Equation For Mixtures
J. Richard Elliott
5:10 PMNano/bio-Systems Modeling in Undergraduate and Graduate Education Using Gaussian'03 and Materials Studio
Katherine L. Keeton, Daniela S. Mainardi
5:35 PMSimulation-Based Projects In Biotransport - An Elective Course In The Chemical Engineering Curriculum
Laurent Simon
6:00 PMEfficient Solution of Multiple-Model, Multiple-Algorithm Problems in Undergraduate and Graduate Education
Mordechai Shacham, Michael B. Cutlip, Michael Elly

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