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Laboratory and pilot-plant experiments, design and analysis of experiments using statistical methods, and computational tools useful for analysing data.
Practical demonstration of hardware, concepts and phenomena in relation to the broader context of a process engineering system.Solve open ended chemical engineering problems by researching, designing, planning and conducting experiments.Gather, manage, interpret and use experimental information appropriately.Effective communication using a variety of formats to a variety of audiences.Function effectively in a team environment by working cooperatively with your lab partner
Students must attend one activity from each section.
• 6 experiments with process equipment at pilot plant scale, reported in various ways.• 18 lectures.
• 6 laboratory days with contact time 3-6 hours each, time of report preparation 10-25 hours for different report styles, total 130 hours• Lecture attendance (approximately 15 hours)
All information about academic policies (e.g. special consideration, dishonest practice) can be found on the ENCH-Undergraduate LEARN page .
RELATION TO OTHER COURSESThis is a compulsory course for Chemical and Process Engineering. This course builds on the skills acquired in second year chemical engineering laboratories, extending the range of reporting, allowing the student to take more initiative, and generally increasing the size of the plant used to pilot scale. The experiments are related to other ENCH 300 series courses currently being studied.
Must attend all labs.
Reports need to be submitted electronically via Learn and a hardcopy should be handed in the box “ENCH395 CAPE Labs” at the entrance to the CAPE department level 4 LINK Building. If you wish to extend the deadline for handing in your lab report and have a good reason contact or see Alfred Herritsch.
Domestic fee $1,030.00
International fee $5,750.00
* All fees are inclusive of NZ GST or any equivalent overseas tax, and do not include any programme level discount or additional course-related expenses.
For further information see
Chemical and Process Engineering