Chemical Engineering

### Overview Batch processes in batch reactors (such as pots & pans, ovens, etc.) are used for preparing most gourmet foods in a food laboratory (kitchen). The reaction steps are preceded or followed by material or feed preparation in other auxiliary pieces of equipment, such as blenders, food processors, separators and heaters/coolers. A delicate balance between ingredients and spices (raw materials), timing, and processing (cooking) time must be achieved to bring out subtle flavors. ### Teacher Notes Click here to download the teacher notes for Chemical Engineering. ### Outcomes * Relate the processes in everyday life to unit operations and processes in chemical engineering. ### Common Core Standards * HSN.Q.A.2 Define appropriate quantities for the purpose of descriptive modeling. * HSN.Q.A.3 Choose a level of accuracy appropriate to limitations on measurement when reporting quantities. ### Expected Lesson Duration [Lesson 1 - Introduction:](http://intro-to-engineering-design.lsupathways.org/4_unit_4/chemical-engineering/1_lesson_1/) 30 - 60 minutes [Lesson 2 - Projects:](http://intro-to-engineering-design.lsupathways.org/4_unit_4/chemical-engineering/2_lesson_2/) 150 - 180 minutes [Lesson 3 - Quiz:](http://intro-to-engineering-design.lsupathways.org/4_unit_4/chemical-engineering/3_lesson_3/) 30 - 60 minutes