This course will introduce the basics of material and energy balances and their applications in chemical and bioprocess industries by using examples primarily based on chemical and biochemical operations, and other biological systems. The course will be geared towards students pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in Biotechnology and faculty teaching this course for Biotechnology students. It will also be useful for students pursuing Chemical Engineering.
INTENDED AUDIENCE :UG students and course instructors from other collegesPREREQUISITES :CoreINDUSTRY SUPPORT :Basic mathematics at school level undergraduate level
COURSE LAYOUT Week 1: CountingWeek 2: Set TheoryWeek 3: LogicWeek 4: RelationsWeek 5: FunctionsWeek 6: Mathematical Induction and Pegionhole PrincipleWeek 7: Graph Theory - 01Week 8: Graph Theory - 02Week 9: Graph Theory - 03 and Generating FunctionsWeek 10:Principle of Inclusion-ExclusionWeek 11:Recurrence relationsWeek 12:Advanced Topics