Knowing: The student knows the core contents of polymer processing, like processing methods and concepts, on a general level. The student participates to all labs and writes necessary reports. The structure and analyses of student’s report may have some shortages and can be partly erroneous or discussion contains very few, simple conclusions.
Acting: The student manages the assigned tasks under supervision/assistance.
Being: The student can give and receive feedback, can work in a group, takes responsibility for his/her own work.
Knowing: The student knows the core contents of polymer processing and also some special techniques. The student can choose a suitable processing method for a product. The student participates to all labs and writes necessary reports. Reports have been done correctly according to the reporting standards of TAMK. Discussion contains some relevant comments relating to the results and applications.
Acting: The student applies substance matter learnt in previous studies, makes a plan/plans before carrying out tasks, limits tasks/problems to have an appropriate scope, solves problems.
Knowing: The student knows the core contents of polymer processing very well and knows also the special techniques. The student can choose the most suitable processing method for a product. The student has done measurements and reports with comprehensive, active, collaborative working and his/her results and analyses are correct. His/her reports include structured, fluent, especially transparent text, vision of limitations and improvements, broad mature discussion and own conclusions related to the topics.
Acting: The student can search for diverse solution alternatives, justify his/her choices, assesses new solution alternatives, combines solution alternatives creatively or creates new ones.
Material is on Moodle
Group work about polymer processing
Group report about polymer processing lab
The evaluation of the course:
Final test (theory +labs) 50%
Lab tests 20%
Group report about polymer processing lab (passed)
Group work about polymer processing (passed)
Working in the lab 5% (based on the Assesment criteria: https://intra.tuni.fi/en/teaching/educational-planning-and-development/curriculum-design-0/assessment-criteria)
The points of the week tests, final test and working in the labs + reports, all together, give your credit.
29.08.2022 - 23.12.2022
06.04.2022 - 04.09.2022
Highly recommend that student has passed or is attended to next courses:
Organic Chemistry labs
Before every lab you take a labtest. After a lab its not possible to take a test.
Keep your pen and paper with you so that you can write down the notes.
Degree Programme in Bioproduct Engineering
Lab test of every lab is needed to take before every lab.
Final test: 12.12.2022
Resits in Moodle
28.12.2022 (only for students, who have failed the course)
Exchange students are welcome