This page is managed by Dr. John L. Falconer (University of Colorado Boulder).
Syllabi, schedules, course notes
- University of Nevada, Reno: Detailed syllabus
- University of Colorado Boulder: Syllabus, schedule, and an all-inclusive digital Microsoft OneNote notebook that uses active learning and a flipped classroom. It contains class notes, ConcepTests, pre-class assignments, recommended screencasts and simulations, homework problems (and solutions), and sample exams (with solutions). Contact LearnChemE@gmail.com to obtain access.
- University of Colorado Boulder: More than 400 short screencast videos for thermodynamics, including examples problems, introduction to topics, software tutorials, exam review problems, and explanations of how to use diagrams.
- Michigan State University: Screencasts organized by the Elliott and Lira textbook
- Interactive simulations (University of Colorado Boulder): More than 100 interactive simulations, most of which can be run with a free CDF player plug-in.
- Quiz simulations (University of Colorado Boulder): 20 simulations that use a step-by-step procedure in which feedback is provided after the user inputs their solution.
Interactive Self-Study Modules
- Self-study modules (University of Colorado Boulder): More than 30 modules that include screencasts (with questions), ConcepTests, introductory screencasts, interactive simulations, quiz simulations, list of equations and important points, example problem screencasts, and a summary.
Multiple-choice conceptual questions for use in class with student response systems (clickers)
- LearnChemE (University of Colorado Boulder): More than 900 thermodynamics ConcepTests. Contact LearnChemE@gmail.com to obtain access.
- AIChE Concept Warehouse (Oregon State University)
- Thermodynamics spreadsheets (Michigan State University): Uses Excel and Peng-Robinson equation of state for single components and mixtures.
- Online homework problems (Michigan State University): 80 randomized problems.
- Polymath (CACHE): Solves ODEs, linear equations, and nonlinear equations. Screencasts demonstrating Polymath use.
- Chemical Engineering AppSuite HD (University of Alabama): A phone app that contains thermophysical property data, steam tables, a period table, units converters, and equation of state solvers. Available for $0.99 US.
- XSEOS: Excel add-in to compute thermodynamic properties using thermodynamic models.
- Equations of state: MATLAB programs for the calculation of phase equilibrium and other thermodynamic properties using different equations of state (classical cubic equations, cubic equations with excess Gibbs energy mixing rules, group contribution equations and SAFT equations).
Useful thermodynamics links
- Example problems and tutorials.
- Encyclopedia of chemical engineering equipment (University of Michigan)
- Design projects for Thermodynamics (University of West Virginia)