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The directory tree on the left of each page will expand and contract as you
drill down from a high level outline of the chemical engineering discipline and
is itself a useful guide and organizational aid. Drill down to the area of
interest and click on the link to go to the desired calculation page. Each
calculation page displays a control panel on the right side containing buttons
that provide

"Examples" for example problems,
"Reset" to reset all fields to blank,
"Rules-a-thumb" for typical industry guides,
"Principles" for explantions of the underlying principles and calculation
methods,
"Help" for explantion on how to use specific calculation page,
"Calculate" to start the calculation with specified input.

In engineering, one frequently must solve for any one of the possible variables
in an equation. Rather than rearranging the equation to isolate that variable,
one soon recognizes that, although these calculators only produce results in one
direction, that it is quite simple and quick to use the trial and error method
to calculate any variable of interest. For example, the calculator for fluid
flow through a pipe may calculate the pressure drop as the unknown variable, but
one can quickly change the line size and recalculate to determine the unknown
flow rate for a specified pressure drop. This becomes a vary powerful tool and
interesting way to understand how the variables relate to each other and their
importance or magnitude of impact on results.

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2017 All Rights Reserved This site is intended to assist the student and practicing engineer with their ongoing education. It is an outline of the chemical engineering discipline, related principles and calculation methods. Efforts have been made to confirm the accurracy of all calculations. However, the developer accepts no responsibility for the accuracy, use of or calculation results derived from herein.
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