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Spring 2002 Newsletter


CACHE Trustees

CACHE Task Forces and Committees

Industrial Supporters of CACHE

Chemical Engineering Departments Supporting CACHE

Comments from the Editors
CACHE Newsletter Committee


Brice Carnahan Retirement
Warren Seider, University of Pennsylvania

Message from Executive Officer
Tom Edgar, University of Texas

News from Chemical Engineering Departments
Tarbiat, Modarres University - Tehran, Iran



Code Creator for Automatic HYSYS.Plant© and MSExcel®
David Fernández, Antonio Rodríquez, Laureano Jiménez and René Bañares-Alcántara – University Rovira I Virgili, Tarragona, Spain

Integrating the Use of Commercial Simulators into Lecture Courses
Phillip C. Wankat – Purdue University (reprinted from Journal of Engineering Education with permission from ASEE)

The CACHE Corporation Provides Educational and Industrial Site Licenses for the Latest Version of the POLYMATH Numerical Computation Package
Mordechai Shacham, Michael B. Cutlip and Michael Elly

World wide Web-Based Modules for Introduction of Molecular Simulation into the Chemical Engineering Curriculum (NSF Grant 9752243)
Richard Rowley, Brigham Young University

On the Use of Excel 2000’s Solver and a Differential Equation Routine
Edward M. Rosen, EMR Technology Group

CACHE Website on Process and Product Design Gets Major Update
Warren Seider, University of Pennsylvania

Why did the World Trade Center Towers Collapse? A Numerical Heat Transfer Analysis
W.E. Schiesser, LeHigh University

Simulating Series Reactions With Maple
Venkat R. Subramanian and Ralph E. White, University of South Carolina

GAM Newsletter Number 8
Bruce McCarl



ASEE - 13th Summer School for Chemical Engineering Faculty
July 27 – August 1, 2002 – University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado

January 12 – 16, 2003 - Coral Springs, Florida

FOMMS 2003
July 6 – 11, 2003 – Keystone Resort, Colorado

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