Engineering round-up

November 8, 2012

Chemical Engineering: An Introduction

Author: Morton M. Denn

Edition: First

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

Pages: 8

Price: £35.00

ISBN: 9781107669376

Designed to enable students to explore the activities in which a modern chemical engineer is involved, this text focuses on mass and energy balances in liquid-phase processes. Problems explored include membrane separation, hemodialysis and washout in a bioreactor.

Engineering Education and Practice: Embracing a Catholic Vision

Editors: James L. Heft and Kevin Hallinan

Edition: First

Publisher: University of Notre Dame Press

Pages: 2

Price: £29.95

ISBN: 9780268031107

Most engineering programmes at US universities focus solely on developing technological sophistication without promoting ethical and humanitarian priorities, but this collection's US-based contributors make an eloquent case to look beyond those restrictions.

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