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1 Template by Kevin Dufendach Updates at not in any way endorsed or affiliated with the Jeopardy Game Show Board Instructions

2 $0 Board Instructions To start a new game, click the “reset” button on the board slide. This will reset the board, set each player’s score to 0, and randomly move the Daily Double. Click “Adj Scores” from the board to manually change scores. Click on the lights at the bottom to start a countdown (click below to change). Incorrect response: Click the “incorrect” button if the player responds incorrectly, and their score will subtract. Correct response: Press the “correct” button if the player responds correctly, and the correct response will then be shown. –To skip viewing the correct response, check the box below If no one gets the question correct, press the arrow to go to the next slide (or return to the board if the checkbox below is checked). Troubleshooting: –Do not delete the value shape (e.g. $400) from any slide. If you don’t like it, you can move it off the screen, but DON’T DELETE IT, and don’t change its text!!! –Do not delete question slides and copy them in from somewhere else. You can do this to replace “answer” slides, but just not question slides (unless you re-apply the hyperlinks to the board) –If none of the functions are working, see “Macro Troubleshooting”“Macro Troubleshooting” Template by Kevin Dufendach. Updates at Please send questions and comments to Reset Adjust Countdown Timer Import from Excel Template (Template available online) Import from Excel Template (Template available online)

3 $0 Board Macro Troubleshooting If you’re having trouble getting this PowerPoint to work, be sure to “Enable Macros” when opening the file. If you don’t see this box when you open PowerPoint, your security settings may be set too high. In this case, go to the “Tools” menu and select “Options.” Click on [Macro Security…] and then select “Medium.” Press OK until you return to the show. Now save this file and then re-open it. You should now receive the dialog shown above. Click “Enable Macros” Note: some of the functions may not work with versions of PowerPoint other than PowerPoint 2010 for Windows

4 $0 Board Fluid FlowSeparationsEquations Material & Energy Balances AIChEPop Culture $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 The Daily Double is located at: E3 Move to reveal location Reset Instructions Double Adj Scores

5 CorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrect $0 Board This equation is used to calculate the fanning friction factor for laminar flow. $100

6 $0 Board Fluid Flow, $100 response What is 16/Re? $100

7 CorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrect $0 Board A pump characterized by approximately constant head, but with flowrates that increase of decrease depending upon the system resistance. $200

8 $0 Board Fluid Flow, $200 response What is a centrifugal pump? $200

9 CorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrect $0 Board Equation used to determine the pressure drop across a packed bed. $300

10 $0 Board Fluid Flow, $300 response What is the Ergun equation? $300

11 CorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrect $0 Board A situation where the drag force on a falling object is balanced by the gravity and buoyant forces. $400

12 $0 Board Fluid Flow, $400 response What is the terminal velocity? $400

13 CorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrect $0 Board The assumption that the fluid velocity at a stationary surface is equal to zero is called this. $500

14 $0 Board Fluid Flow, $500 response What is the no slip condition? $500

15 CorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrect $0 Board This separation technique accounts for 90-95% of all separations in the chemical process industry. $100

16 $0 Board Separations, $100 response What is distillation? $100

17 CorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrect $0 Board Method used to separate solids from fluids by interposing a medium through which only the fluid can pass. $200

18 $0 Board Separations, $200 response What is filtration? $200

19 CorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrect $0 Board A simplified version of this separation process is seen in a coffee or tea maker. $300

20 $0 Board Separations, $300 response What is leaching? $300

21 CorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrect $0 Board The amount of condensed distillate returned to the top of a distillation column, relative to the amount removed as a product. $400

22 $0 Board Separations, $400 response What is the reflux ratio? $400

23 CorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrect $0 Board A relationship between adsorbed and non-adsorbed solute in which the adsorbent may become completed saturated. $500

24 $0 Board Separations, $500 response What is a Langmuir isotherm? $500

25 CorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrect $0 Board $100

26 $0 Board Equations, $100 response What is Fourier’s Law? $100

27 CorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrect $0 Board $200

28 $0 Board Equations, $200 response What is Fick’s First Law? $200

29 CorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrect $0 Board $300

30 $0 Board Equations, $300 response What is Bernoulli’s Equation? $300

31 CorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrect $0 Board $400

32 $0 Board Equations, $400 response What is the First Law of Thermodynamics? $400

33 CorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrect $0 Board $500

34 $0 Board Equations, $500 response What is the continuity equation? $500

35 CorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrect $0 Board Input – Output = This $100

36 $0 Board M & E Balances, $100 response What is accumulation? $100

37 CorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrect $0 Board Enthalpy change required for a solid to become a liquid at a specific pressure and temperature. $200

38 $0 Board M & E Balances, $200 response What is the latent heat of fusion? $200

39 CorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrect $0 Board When a vapor is cooled slowly at constant pressure, this is the temperature at which the first liquid droplet forms. $300

40 $0 Board M & E Balances, $300 response What is the dew-point temperature? $300

41 CorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrect $0 Board This chart contains the wet-bulb temperature, dry-bulb temperature, relative humidity and other parameters. $400

42 $0 Board M & E Balances, $400 response What is a psychrometric chart? Or What is a humidity chart? $400

43 CorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrect $0 Board The process of contacting a stream of warm gas with a stream of cold liquid that results in gas cooling and liquid evaporation. $500

44 $0 Board M & E Balances, $500 response What is adiabatic cooling? $500

45 CorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrect $0 Board The number of student chapter regions in the United States. $100

46 $0 Board AIChE, $100 response What is 9? $100

47 CorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrect $0 Board This city hosted the first AIChE National Meeting. $200

48 $0 Board AIChE, $200 response What is Philadelphia, PA? $200

49 CorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrect $0 Board The year of the first AIChE National Meeting. $300

50 $0 Board AIChE, $300 response What is 1908? $300

51 CorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrect $0 Board He is the current AIChE president. $400

52 $0 Board AIChE, $400 response Who is Phillip R. Westmoreland? $400

53 CorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrect $0 Board Location of the 2014 AIChE Annual Meeting. $500

54 $0 Board AIChE, $500 response What is Atlanta? $500

55 CorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrect $0 Board Neil deGrasse Tyson took to Twitter to question the science in this movie released in October $100

56 $0 Board Pop Culture, $100 response What is Gravity? $100

57 CorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrect $0 Board These 2 elements are part of the logo to a popular AMC drama that ended in September $200

58 $0 Board Pop Culture, $200 response What are Bromine and Barium? $200

59 CorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrect $0 Board This upcoming movie currently holds the record for the highest number of Kickstarter backers. $300

60 $0 Board Pop Culture, $300 response What is the Veronica Mars movie? $300

61 CorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrect $0 Board This token was added to the Monopoly game earlier this year. $400

62 $0 Board Pop Culture, $400 response What is the cat token? $400

63 CorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrect $0 Board This South American political leader passed away in March $500

64 $0 Board Pop Culture, $500 response Who is Hugo Chavez? $500

65 $0 Board Enter your wager: Go! $

66 $0 Board Heat Transfer Mass Transfer Process Control Chemical Process Safety Biological Science U.S. Government Firsts $200 $400 $600 $800 $1000 $200 $400 $600 $800 $1000 $200 $400 $600 $800 $1000 $200 $400 $600 $800 $1000 $200 $400 $600 $800 $1000 $200 $400 $600 $800 $1000 The Daily Doubles are located at: D2 Move to reveal location B4 Instructions Final Adj Scores Single Move to reveal location

67 CorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrect $0 Board These are the 3 fundamental mechanisms of heat transfer. $200

68 $0 Board Heat Transfer, $200 response What are conduction, convection, and radiation? $200

69 CorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrect $0 Board This type of temperature difference is commonly used in heat exchanger design. $400

70 $0 Board Heat Transfer, $400 response What is the log-mean temperature difference? $400

71 CorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrect $0 Board The dimensionless ratio of convective heat transfer to conductive heat transfer. $600

72 $0 Board Heat Transfer, $600 response What is the Nusselt number? $600

73 CorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrect $0 Board A physical constant used in radiation heat transfer calculations, with dimensions of power per area per temperature raised to the 4 th power. $800

74 $0 Board Heat Transfer, $800 response What is the Stefan-Boltzmann constant? $800

75 CorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrect $0 Board Assumption made when the Biot Number is less than 0.1. $1000

76 $0 Board Heat Transfer, $1000 response What is the lumped solution assumption? (Uniform temperature throughout body during transient heat transfer) $1000

77 CorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrect $0 Board The proportionality between a chemical’s flux and its concentration gradient. $200

78 $0 Board Mass Transfer, $200 response What is the diffusion coefficient? $200

79 CorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrect $0 Board During steady-state diffusion into a sphere, the location where the concentration gradient is the steepest. $400

80 $0 Board Mass Transfer, $400 response Where is the center? $400

81 CorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrect $0 Board His second law stipulates that the rate of local concentration change is proportional to the concentration’s second spatial derivative. $600

82 $0 Board Mass Transfer, $600 response Who is Adolf Fick? $600

83 CorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrect $0 Board The ratio of convective mass transport to diffusive mass transport. $800

84 $0 Board Mass Transfer, $800 response What is the Sherwood number? $800

85 CorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrect $0 Board A chemical’s concentration during non-steady state diffusion from a constant source has the same dependence on distance as it has on this power of time. $1000

86 $0 Board Mass Transfer, $1000 response What is -1/2? $1000

87 CorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrect $0 Board This parameter is the time it takes for a first order system to reach 63% of the change in output. $200

88 $0 Board Process Control, $200 response What is the time constant? $200

89 CorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrect $0 Board This mode of the PID controller eliminates offset. $400

90 $0 Board Process Control, $400 response What it the integral mode? $400

91 CorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrect $0 Board This type of function in the Laplace domain relates the output to the input. $600

92 $0 Board Process Control, $600 response What is a transfer function? $600

93 CorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrect $0 Board This type of control measures disturbances and compensates for them before the output changes. $800

94 $0 Board Process Control, $800 response What is feed forward control? $800

95 CorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrect $0 Board This type of plot is a graph of amplitude ratio and phase angle versus input frequency. $1000

96 $0 Board Process Control, $1000 response What is a Bode plot? $1000

97 CorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrect $0 Board This is given by $200

98 $0 Board Safety, $200 response What is the NFPA Diamond? $200

99 CorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrect $0 Board These are the 5 sides of the dust explosion pentagon. $400

100 $0 Board Safety, $400 response What are fuel (dust), oxidizer (air), ignition source, suspension, and confinement? $400

101 CorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrect $0 Board A device placed in pipes and other locations that stops fuel combustion by cooling the flame. $600

102 $0 Board Safety, $600 response What is a flame arrestor? $600

103 CorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrect $0 Board This federal government regulation covers operations involving hazardous wastes that are conducted at treatment, storage, and disposal facilities. $800

104 $0 Board Safety, $800 response What is the OSHA Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response (HAZWOPER). $800

105 CorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrect $0 Board Uses OR and AND logic functions to evaluate risks in a process. $1000

106 $0 Board Safety, $1000 response What is a fault tree? $1000

107 CorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrect $0 Board This cellular process uses the electron transport chain to generate ATP from NADH and FADH 2. $200

108 $0 Board Biological Science, $200 response What is oxidative phosphorylation? $200

109 CorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrect $0 Board This class of organisms guard their chromosomal DNA separate from the rest of the cell using a nuclear membrane. $400

110 $0 Board Biological Science, $400 response What are eukaryotes? $400

111 CorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrect $0 Board This circular piece of DNA is often used to introduce foreign DNA into a host cell. $600

112 $0 Board Biological Science, $600 response What is a plasmid? $600

113 CorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrect $0 Board Organisms in this class use CO 2 as their primary carbon source. $800

114 $0 Board Biological Science, $800 response What is an autotroph? $800

115 CorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrect $0 Board This process involves the addition of sugars to a protein for cellular recognition. $1000

116 $0 Board Biological Science, $1000 response What is glycosylation? $1000

117 CorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrect $0 Board First Vice-President $200

118 $0 Board U.S. Gov. Firsts, $200 response Who was John Adams? $200

119 CorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrect $0 Board First Secretary of the Treasury. $400

120 $0 Board U.S. Gov. Firsts, $400 response Who was Alexander Hamilton? $400

121 CorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrect $0 Board First Secretary of War (Defense). $600

122 $0 Board U.S. Gov. Firsts, $600 response Who was Henry Knox? $600

123 CorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrect $0 Board First Chief Justice of the Supreme Court. $800

124 $0 Board U.S. Gov. Firsts, $800 response Who was John Jay? $800

125 CorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrect $0 Board First (and only) Chemical Engineer to serve as the EPA Administrator. $1000

126 $0 Board U.S. Gov. Firsts, $1000 response Who was Lisa Jackson? $1000

127 $0 Board Enter your wager: Go! $

128 $0 Board Enter your wager: Go! $

129 $0 Board Chemical Process Design Reveal Response Reveal Prompt This is the annual cash flow for the following situation: Annual sales (s j ) = $100,000 Annual expenses (c oj ) = $20,000 Annual Depreciation (d j ) = $10,000 Tax Rate (  ) = 50%

130 $0 Board Final Jeopardy Response What is $45,000? Gross Profit (G j ) = s j – c oj – d j = $100,000 - $20,000 - $10,000 = $70,000 Net Profit (N p ) = G j (1 -  ) = $70,000(1-0.5) = $35,000 Cash Flow (A j ) = N p – d j = $35,000 + $10,000 = $45,000 CorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrect


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