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CBE 40667 - Section 01: Mass Transfer Membrane Systems (CRN 25107)
Long Title: Mass Transfer in Membrane Systems

Course Description:
Membranes separations, which are gaining increased attention because of their ability to avoid the thermodynamic limitations associated with heat use, offer an alternative to thermally-driven separations. Membranes are also central to many of the functions of biology. Regardless, of where a membrane is found, an understanding of the mass transfer process that transports materials across the membrane is essential to understanding the membrane function. This course will cover a variety of mass transfer mechanisms and the theories developed to describe them (e.g., diffusion-solubility, hindered flow through pores, and facilitated transport). The relevance of these theories to the operation of reverse osmosis, ultrafiltration, nanofiltration, dialysis, and gas separations systems will also be examined in this course.

Associated Term: Spring Semester 2015
Campus: Main
Credits: 3
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course may not be repeated


Prerequisites:
CBE 30356



Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Levels:
Employee Non-Degree (EM) ,  Graduate Architecture (GA) ,  Graduate Non-Degree (GD) ,  Graduate (GR) ,  St. Mary's College (SM) ,  Undergraduate Non-Degree (UD) ,  Undergraduate (UG)
Must be enrolled in one of the following Campuses:
Main (M)

Course Attributes:
ZTST - Final exam

Registration Availability (Overflow: Off )
  Maximum Actual Remaining
TOTAL 30 18 12



Crosslist Information
Class Information Maximum Actual Remaining
CBE  40667 01, CRN 25107  (Primary) 30 18 12
CBE  60667 01, CRN 25109   10 5 5
Total 40 23 17
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Enrollment History » CBE 40667 Mass Transfer Membrane Systems (CRN 25107)
Enrollment over the last three years
Course was recently taught in SP12, SP13, SP14
Average number of students: 14
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