October 15th, 2011

And the Answer Is? ChemE Jeopardy at Student Conference

By John Vasko | Comments (3)
ChemE Jeopardy took place from 4:30 to 6:30 at the 2011 AIChE Student Conference. The nine participating teams were split into three rooms as answered questions from the categories listed below.
  • About AIChE
  • Material/Energy Balances
  • Fluids
  • Heat/Mass Transfer
  • Thermodynamics
  • Separations
  • Reaction Engineering
  • Process Control
  • Materials
  • Chemistry
  • Other general / grab bag categories
  • Room A Winners - Stevens Institute of Technology

    [caption id="attachment_30143" align="alignnone" width="470" caption="Stevens Institute of Technology - Winners Room A - ChemE Jeopardy "][/caption]

    Room B Winners - University of Minnesota

    [caption id="attachment_30148" align="alignnone" width="470" caption="University of Minnesota - Winner of Room B - ChemE Jeopardy "][/caption]

    Room C Winners - University of Nebraska

    [caption id="attachment_30153" align="alignnone" width="470" caption="University of Nebraska - Room C Winners - ChemE Jeopardy "][/caption]

    Slideshow ChemE Jeopardy

    UPDATE: The Winner of Final Jeopardy was Nebraska!

    Give it a try yourself. Put your answer in the comments.

    According to degree of freedom analysis, a system is solvable if the number of unknown variables equals this.

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    3 Responses to “And the Answer Is? ChemE Jeopardy at Student Conference”

    1. Owen says:

      Stevens Institute of Technology***

    2. Nathan says:

      the number of equations

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