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BIE6810 - Biochemical Engineering, Spring 2004

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Biochemical processes, thermodynamics, and kinetics are used in the application of engineering principles to analyze, design, and develop processes using biocatalysts. Processes covered in the course include those that are involved in the formation of desirable compounds and products or in the transformation, or destruction of unwanted or toxic substances.

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BIE 6810

Professor Ron Sims, Ph.D.

Biological and Irrigation Engineering
Utah State University

Course Structure: Two 75-minute classes per week

Prerequisites:
Introduction to Unit Operations in Biological Engineering
Transport Phenomena in Bio-Environmental Systems

Image courtesy of Ron Sims

Course Description

Biochemical processes, thermodynamics, and kinetics are used in the application of engineering principles to analyze, design, and develop processes using biocatalysts. Processes covered in the course include those that are involved in the formation of desirable compounds and products or in the transformation, or destruction of unwanted or toxic substances.

Copyright 2008, by the Contributing Authors. Cite/attribute Resource . Sims, R., admin. (2005, January 20). Biochemical Engineering. Retrieved January 08, 2011, from Free Online Course Materials — USU OpenCourseWare Web site: http://ocw.usu.edu/Biological_and_Irrigation_Engineering/Biochemical_Engineering/index.html. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons License Creative Commons License