The University of Toledo
Chemical and Environmental Engineering (MS 305)
5012 Nitschke Hall
1650 N Westwood Ave
Toledo, Ohio 43606-3390
1976 B.S.Ch.E., University of Toledo
1977 M.S. in Chemical Engineering, University of Michigan
1985 Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering, University of Michigan
Investigations of environmental applications of chemical engineering. Systems currently being investigated include flue gas cleanup using membrane absorbers, solid phase buffers for acid gas cleanup, and photocatalytic membrane reactors for air and water treatment. Additional interests lie in the area of the use of multimedia applications for improving chemical engineering education. The focus here is on the development of an interactive web site for engineering education.
H.S. Fogler and S.E. LeBlanc, "Strategies for Creative Problem Solving," Prentice Hall, 203pgs, 1995.
H.S. Fogler and S.E. LeBlanc, "Open Ended Problems in Chemical Reaction Engineering," Prentice Hall, 122pgs, 1995.
H.S. Fogler and S.E. LeBlanc, "Interactive Creative Problem Solving," Computer Applications in Engineering Education, 4, 1996.
N. Pakala, S. Varanasi, and S.E. LeBlanc, "Citrate Based Contained Liquid Membranes for Flue Gas Desulfurization," I and EC Research, 32, p553, 1993.