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Chemical Heritage Fdn.
People, Pipes and Processes
People, Pipes and Processes describes the evolution of a professional chemical engineering organization in the UK--the Institute of Chemical Engineers--and the obstacles it had to overcome. It is also a condensed history of chemical engineering. On the serious side it shows what chemical engineers do, how they get their training and what they have contributed to modern society. On the light-hearted side, it touches-through anecdote--on the unusual experiences, hobbies and foibles of leading practitioners of the profession. You will be intrigued by the role of the IChemE in the world of chemical engineering. This elegantly designed book celebrates the organization's 75th anniversary.
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