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Understanding Those Chemical Engineers!

Originally delivered Apr 18, 2012
Developed by: AIChE
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This webinar will overview some of the basic principles of chemical engineering for use by other engineers as well as other disciplines that must interact with chemical engineers. Key scaleup issues and design relationships will be reviewed for safety and reactive chemicals, mass and energy balances, distillation and other mass transfer operations, and process control.


Jack Hipple

Jack Hipple is a 30 year veteran of the chemical industry, including responsibility for global chemical engineering research at Dow Chemical as well as its Discovery Research New Ventures program. He has also managed chemical material technology projects for the National Center for Manufacturing Sciences, new product development for Ansell Edmont in the protective equipment area, and process scale up for aerogel materials at Cabot Corporation. He currently Principal with Innovation-TRIZ, providing consulting and innovation training. He has been the public and on site instructor for AIChE...Read more

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