Photochemical reactor modeling: a case-study problem. Although radiation is important in heat transfer, an analogous model can be used in the design of photochemical reactors. The modeling of these reactors….
undertake an individual reflection at the conclusion of each week (i.e. relevance of topic content to current/future job or career with justification for the position taken).
Students are required to undertake an individual reflection at the conclusion of each week (i.e. relevance of topic content to current/future job or career with justification for the position taken). These reflections must be then combined into a single 1800-word document, 600 words per Major Theme (i.e. Management, Managing and Being Managed) which is required to be submitted at the conclusion of week 12. The following should be noted when completing the reflections. ? The weekly reflection is not a simple summary of the activities you have undertaken or completed in relation to the unit for a given week. ? It is meant to be a reflective exercise in which you critically analyse how the various weekly topics as well as overall theme will/will not assist you in performing your current or future job. In doing so, you must justify the position taken through the use of critical analysis. ? As a practice, at the end of each week’s workshop write down your thoughts about the content covered in readings, lecture, and online content in about 100-125 words. ? At the end of the fourth topic for every theme (i.e. weeks 4, 8, and 12), combine these thoughts into a single document with additional reflection provided on the overall theme in about 80-100 words. In reflecting about the theme, you are required to select the topic you preferred most from the topics assigned for that theme and provide insight into why that is the case