Bogle, IDL; (1996) An introductory course in computer aided process engineering (CAPE). COMPUTERS & CHEMICAL ENGINEERING , 20 S1323 - S1327.
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At University College London (UCL) a first course in Computer Aided Process Engineering (CAFE) is taken by all students in their second year. The course is designed to give an introduction to the use of computers in the design and management of process plant. The emphasis of the course is the use of tools for solving simple problems in process design. The course introduces students to computers for technical problem solving in the context of Chemical Engineering rather than in separate courses in computing and numerical analysis. The objective is that by the end of the course all students, whether or not they have an inclination towards using computers, are comfortable with simple tools and design concepts.
|Title:||An introductory course in computer aided process engineering (CAPE)|
|Keywords:||Chemical Engineering education, Computer Aided Process Engineering, computing, numerical methods, process design, recycle problems|
|UCL classification:||UCL > Professional Services > Graduate School|
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