This course teaches the basics of product design for modern chemical products being designed throughout the chemical, biochemical, pharmaceutical, cosmetics, electronics, agrochemicals, foods, and similar industries – using some of the latest software for chemical product design. It focuses on innovation; taking new technologies from R&D and creating new products to satisfy the needs of consumers. What products might evolve from your research?
|Lecture:||MWF 11:00 a.m.|
|Recitation:||M 4:00 p.m.|
|No Classes:||2/12, Spring Break – 3/10, 4/12|
|Instructor:||Prof. Warren D. Seider, Rm. 372 TB, 215-898-7953, email@example.com|
|Text:||Seider, W.D., D.R., Lewin, J.D. Seader, S. Widagdo, R. Gani, K.M. Ng, Product and Process Design Principles, 4th Ed., VitalSource E-book, Wiley, 2017.|
- Introduction to Product Design
- Molecule and Molecular Mixture Design– ICAS (ProPred and ProCAMD)
- Chemical Devices
- Lab-on-a-Chip Design – High-Throughput Screening-Kinase Inhibitor
- Home Hemodialysis Device
- Thin Glass Substrates for LCDs
- Functional Product Design – Herbicide Distribution
- Formulated Product Design – Sunscreen Design
- Batch Process Design and Simulation – Pharmaceutical Products – SUPERPRO DESIGNER
- Six-Sigma Product Design
- Business Decision Making
- Design Optimization
- Optimal Design and Scheduling of Batch Processes
Exam: 1 hour at end of semester
Homework: Graded homework assignments to illustrate concepts
Term Project: Each student will carry out a small term project. It does not involve carrying out a product design project. Instead, it emphasizes how a new product has evolved and its likely future directions. Possible products include growth of Si crystals for chips; conversion of CO2 (decarbonization) to high-value chemical products (e.g., omega-3 fatty acids); plastics upcycling to high-value proteins; hemp to nutraceuticals; waste foods to biogas and electricity)
Intended For: Graduate students (first year especially), CBE juniors and seniors
Taught Initially: Spring 2020; Spring 2021
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- Wei, J., Product Engineering: Molecular Structure and Properties, Oxford University Press, 2007.
- Ng, K. M., R. Gani, and K. Dam-Johansen (Eds.), Chemical Product Design: Towards a Perspective Through Case Studies, Computer-Aided Chemical Engineering, 23, Elsevier, 2007.
- Pissano, G. P., The Development Factory: Lessons from Pharmaceuticals and Biotechnology, Harvard Business School Press, 1997.
- Ulrich, K. T., and S. D. Eppinger, Product Design and Development, Second Edition, McGraw-Hill, 2000.
- Gundling, E., The 3M Way to Innovation: Balancing People and Profit, Kodansha International, New York, 2000.
- Coe, J. T., Unlikely Victory: How General Electric Succeeded in the Chemical Industry, AIChE, 2000.
- Cagan, J., and C. M. Vogel, Creating Breakthrough Products: Innovation from Product Planning to Program Approval, Prentice-Hall PTR, 2002.
- Gladwell, M., The Tipping Point: How Little Things Can Make a Big Difference, Little, Brown, and Co., New York, 2002.