CHEE 420: Laboratory Projects III

Course Description

Students will work as teams to tackle projects that require bench and pilot plant equipment, and computer packages that simulate commercial processes. The projects will be more extensive and integrated than in previous laboratories, and will require a thorough and comprehensive analysis of processes and operations. A strong emphasis is placed on project planning and management, as well as professional communication with supervisors. The design component of this course is found in the application of process analysis skills to solve problems. The projects require the students to apply critical and problem solving skills in the operation or simulation of laboratory and process equipment with the goal of solving a problem for a fictitious industrial client. The projects may involve analysis or troubleshooting of existing equipment, or an investigation of the applicability of a concept to a new area. (0/0/0/24/24)

PREREQUISITES: CHEE 311, CHEE 321, CHEE 330, CHEE 315, CHEE 319, or permission of the department

Course Information - Winter 2021

N.B The information provided below is currently undergoing edits for Winter 2021

Partial course content (for individuals not currently registered in the course) may be accessed via the following links:

Complete course content, including project resources, submission links, etc., will be available at the start of winter term on the CHEE 420 onQ website (select the link below for more information):

Last Updated June 22, 2020