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Computers and Chemical Engineering

An International Journal of Computer Applications in Chemical Engineering


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Computers & Chemical Engineering is primarily a journal of record for new developments in the application of computing and systems technology to chemical engineering problems. Several major areas of chemical engineering study are represented in the journal, including:
  • Process and product synthesis, analysis and design.
  • Dynamic analysis and control of chemical processes.
  • Design methods for chemical engineering equipment, including chemical reactors, staged separation units, chromatographic and membrane separations, etc.
  • Development of novel numerical methods and applications of computational analysis for transport problems involving fluid flow, heat transfer, reaction and/or mass transfer.
  • Applications of novel computing and numerical analysis in chemical engineering science, especially involving molecular modelling applications.
  • Process operations (e.g. supply chain management, integrated manufacturing systems, reliability, safety, scheduling).
Articles published cover different aspects of the application of computing to one or more of these various areas, including new applications of established methods, comparisons of alternative methodologies, descriptions of state-of-the-art industrial applications and significant computing developments targeted at training/education. Reports of software implementations must feature novel uses of state-of-the-art computing technologies. Computers & Chemical Engineering publishes full-length articles, survey papers, journal reviews, Short Notes and Letters to the Editor.

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