Chemical Engineering Economics and Plant Design

This is where technology meets business:  Chemical engineers working in industry have to know about money and markets, capital investments, cost estimation, budgeting, business plans, and more.   Yet the tools used for finding business and market information are quite different from those used for technical information. A chemical plant design as part of chemical engineering curriculum is given in only a small percentage of institution which presumably trains men for the chemical and allied industries. Its value as a summation and correlative course can be equalled by very few engineering subjects. Its emphasis on the practical side closely connects student to industry. The viewpoint from the financial and economic phases causes the subject to be over alive, progressive and up-to-date.

  • Process Design Development
  • General Design Considerations
  • Computer-Aided Design
  • Cost and Asset Accounting
  • Cost Estimation
  • Materials Transfer, Handling, and Treatment Equipment-Design and Costs
  • Mass-Transfer and Reactor Equipment-Design and Costs

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