CEP: AIChE Journal Highlight - Tribute to Founders: R. Byron Bird

April
2014

Best known for his defining book on transport phenomena — in which he provided chemical engineering students with an integrated view of the transport of the three physical quantities (energy, mass, and momentum) at three different scales (molecular, microscopic, and macroscopic) — R. Byron Bird has immensely impacted the field of chemical engineering. A tribute to Bird published in the April issue of the AIChE Journal explores this impact.


 

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