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FORM AND CONDUCT OF EXAMINATIONS: NOTICES

Notices by Faculty Boards, or other bodies concerned, of changes to the form and conduct of certain examinations to be held in 2001, by comparison with those examinations in 2000, are published below. Complete details of the form and conduct of all examinations are available from the Faculties or Departments concerned.

Chemical Engineering Tripos, Part I, 2001

The Chemical Engineering Syndicate give notice that, with effect from the examinations to be held in 2001, the form of the examination for Part I of the Chemical Engineering Tripos will be changed as follows:

Paper 1(1)

Candidates will be required to answer five questions in all: at least two questions from Section A, at least one question from Section B, and at least one question from Section C. The approximate number of marks allocated to each part of a question will be indicated in the right hand margin.

Section A will contain four questions on fluid mechanics; Section B will contain two questions on elementary fluid mechanics; Section C will contain two questions on reactors.

Paper 1(2)

Candidates will be required to answer five questions in all: at least two questions from Section A, at least one question from Section B, and at least one question from Section C. The approximate number of marks allocated to each part of a question will be indicated in the right hand margin.

Section A will contain four questions on fluid mechanics; Section B will contain two questions on physical chemistry; Section C will contain two questions on reactors.

Paper 2

Candidates will be required to answer five questions, of which at least one must be from Section B. The approximate number of marks allocated to each part of a question will be indicated in the right hand margin.

In Section A, there will be six questions on transport processes. In Section B there will be two questions on continuous contacting processes.

Paper 3

Candidates will be required to answer two questions from Section A, two questions from Section B, and one question from Section C. The approximate number of marks allocated to each part of a question will be indicated in the right hand margin.

In Section A there will be three questions on process calculations. In Section B there will be two questions on equilibrium thermodynamics and one on power and refrigeration cycles. In Section C there will be one question on economics and one on safety, health, and the environment.

Papers 4, 5(1), and 5(2)

The approximate number of marks allocated to each part of a question will be indicated in the right hand margin.

Candidates will be provided with 'Thermodynamic Tables' by R.W. Haywood, 3rd Edition and the 'Department of Chemical Engineering Data Book' for all papers. 'Structures Data Book' will be available for Papers 5(1) and 5(2).


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Cambridge University Reporter, 22 November 2000
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