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CHEE3003 - Chemical Thermodynamics (Practical)

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Don Nicklin Building 74 Room 113A

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CHEE3003 is a large (>200 student) third year engineering course. In 2013 Dr Birkett changed the structure of the course from (from 3L2T to 4C) in response to student feedback. This reduced the contact time but raised the quality of learning in class time as students were expected to do more work out of class. Through this course students explore: 1st and 2nd laws of thermodynamics for steady and unsteady systems, exergy analysis, equations of state, Gibbs free energy, fugacity and activity, phase equilibria, electrochemical equilibria, pure components and solutions, and chemical reaction equilibria.

Dr Greg Birkett has taken a leadership role focusing on teaching within the School of Chemical Engineering and has a reputation for excellence in teaching. He has undertaken major roles in grant projects for both research and teaching. Currently he is part of the leadership team developing the Journey Maker curriculum development with funding from the UQ TEL grants.


Don Nicklin Building 74 Room 113A

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