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Incorporating Sustainability Principles into the Fluid Mechanics Course

This module is intended to provide guidance to incorporating sustainable design principles into a sophomore level Engineering Fluid Mechanics Course.  Fluid Mechanics concepts such as Friction Loss, Drag Coefficient, Pump Hydraulics and Gravity Flow concepts are covered in this module and accompanying practice problems. Download.

Incorporating Sustainable Design Principles into the Process Separations Course

This module is intended to provide guidance to incorporating sustainable design principles into a junior level Process Separations Course.  Separation unit operations such as Liquid-Liquid Extraction, Absorption, Binary Distillation, Multicomponent Distillation, Membrane separation and Vapor-Liquid Equilibrium concepts are covered in this module and accompanying practice problems. Download.

Incorporating Sustainability Principles into the Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics Course

This module is intended to provide guidance to incorporating sustainable design principles into a sophomore level Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics Course.  Thermodynamic concepts such as 1st and 2nd Law Analysis, Heat Engines, Efficiency and Work, Refrigeration and Liquefaction, and Renewable Energy concepts are covered in this module and accompanying practice problems. Download.

Links to Additional Available Online Content Vetted through the SEF

The Center for Sustainable Engineering (CSE) houses education modules that many disciplines can use for sustianble engineering courses.  Resources are partially made available via pre-faculty development NSF sponsored workshops.