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Computer Applications in Engineering Education

1996 Volume 4, Number 4

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Number of articles: 3

  1. The Procter and Gamble Decaffeination Project: A Multimedia Instruction Module

    R G. Squires

    Purdue University (Indiana) is developing a series of computer modules of state-of-the-art chemical engineering processes to serve as the basis for computer-simulated experiments. One, sponsored by... More

    pp. 269-74

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  2. Vicher: A Virtual Reality Based Educational Module for Chemical Reaction Engineering

    John T. Bell & H Scott Fogler

    A virtual reality application for undergraduate chemical kinetics and reactor design education, Vicher (Virtual Chemical Reaction Model) was originally designed to simulate a portion of a modern... More

    pp. 285-96

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  3. Multimedia Materials for Chemical Engineering: Module Development and Lessons Learned

    Susan M. Montgomery

    The Multimedia Education Laboratory of the Chemical Engineering Department at the University of Michigan develops multimedia-based educational materials presenting difficult concepts and chemical... More

    pp. 297-305

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