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EMET 402 - Pyrometallurgy & Thermal Processing

3 credits (Hrs: 3 Lec.)
Basic engineering principles are used to explain the application of thermal processing technologies to metallurgical and materials engineering applications. The course focuses on the chemistry and thermodynamics of selected high temperature unit operations; material and energy balance calculations are heavily emphasized. Current industrial operations are studied, including large scale extractive operations and smaller-scale materials synthesis processes. The subject matter includes the design aspects of environmental control technologies and the application of conventional metallurgical technologies to waste treatment and recycling.

Prerequisite(s): EMET 307  or Consent of Instructor. Course generally offered 1st semester.



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