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May-June 2011 RAE schedule and proposal format Monday, May 23: post exam questions at 9am; question selection by noon of that day
 

Summary: May-June 2011 RAE schedule and proposal format
Monday, May 23: post exam questions at 9am; question selection by noon of that day
(email selection to Ms. Kathy Lopresti)
Wednesday, June 1: turn in exam (electronic copy only by noon); it is your responsibility
to obtain validation of submitted exam from Ms. Lopresti
Thursday, June 2: oral exams
Prepare write-up in form of proposal:
Page 1: Title page and Project summary; be sure to include university honor pledge
Pages 2-6: Project background information including literature search, problem
motivation
Pages 7-10: Proposed research including plan of work, preliminary calculations
References: no page limit
Any written report not following the format above will be returned with a failing grade
The exam is an individual effort do not discuss the exam or your solution with
anyone. Please direct all questions to Professor Adomaitis
Question 1
There has been much discussion on global warming, and a main culprit is CO2 emission
from burning fossil fuels. Processes presently exist in capturing CO2 from a gas stream
with amines. Despite that amines need to be regenerated, degrade with time, and cost
more than water, processes using water are less common, mainly because of the slow

  

Source: Anisimov, Mikhail - Institute for Physical Science and Technology & Department of Chemical Engineering and Biomolecular Engineering, University of Maryland at College Park

 

Collections: Physics; Materials Science