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The Procter and Gamble Decaffeination Project: A Multimedia Instruction Module
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Computer Applications in Engineering Education Volume 4, Number 4, ISSN 1061-3773

Abstract

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 Procter and Gamble, models the extraction step in the decaffeination process and allows students to determine the optimal extraction conditions for coffee beans having different amounts of caffeine. (PEN)

Citation

Squires, R.G. (1996). The Procter and Gamble Decaffeination Project: A Multimedia Instruction Module. Computer Applications in Engineering Education, 4(4), 269. Retrieved August 13, 2022 from .

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