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Unit Processes in Bioenvironmental Engineering: I. Physicochemical

Department of Environmental Sciences

Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey

Spring 2007, MTh 10:55 - 12:15 pm (Cook/Douglass 2nd period)

Hickman Building, Room 131



Prerequisites:  
  Differential Equations for Engineering and Physics (01:640:244)
Chemical Principles of Environmental Science (11:375:202)
Physical Principles of Environmental Science (11:375:203)
Fluid Mechanics (14:180:387)

Co-requisite: Bioenvironmental Engineering Unit Processes Lab I (11:127:423)

Text: Water Treatment: Principles and Design, 2nd Edition, by Montgomery Watson Harza, revised by John C. Crittenden et al., John Wiley & Sons, Inc., New York, NY (2006) (ISBN 0-471-11018-3)

Professor: Weilin Huang ENRS Building, Room 258
Office Hours: MTh 1:30-3:30 pm or by appointment
Phone: 732-932-7928
Email: whuang@envsci.rutgers.edu

Basis of Grading: Exams: 60%; Homework: 20%; Project Design: 20%

Note:

  1. There will be nine (9) individual homework assignments during the semester. Each homework assignment is to be submitted at the beginning of class or on the designated deadline. Assignments submitted through e-mail or fax, in photocopied forms will not be accepted. There will be no credit given for late responses to assignments.
  2. There will be two equally-weighted close-book exams. If a student must miss an exam or a lecture due to illness or other extenuating circumstance, the instructor must be notified prior to the time of the examination or lecture.
  3. Attendance at each lecture is required.
  4. Receiving or providing unauthorized assistance on examinations is prohibited, and reporting any violations observed is required. Additionally, the use of homework solutions completed by others (in either this semester or a previous semester) in preparing an assignment is not allowed. You are encouraged to discuss homework assignments with other students, but you must do all of your own work (writing, spreadsheets, graphs, tables, etc.) Information on academic ethics can be found at Rutgers University Policy on Academic Integrity.


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