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Offline winterer124

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Advise, please!
« on: July 10, 2012, 07:33:11 AM »
Hi, there.
I'm an undergraduate majoring in chemical and biological engineering in Korea. Now I'm taking part in an internship program in supercritical fluid process laboratory at my university.
However, at master course or ph.D program, I want to study abroad(in U. S., if it is available) about chemical process and control.
Unfortunately, I have no information on this field.

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What kind of courses can give me an insight to process system engineering? or What kind of subjects will be helpful for me to understand chemical process design and control?
I've already taken courses for basic transport phenomena, chemical engineering thermodynamics, reaction engineering, catalyst and so on.
I'm looking for other subjects...


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Re: Advise, please!
« Reply #1 on: July 18, 2012, 11:22:00 AM »
I'm no expert but some more math courses might help: Linear Algebra, Non Linear Systems, Differential Equations etc.

Electrical engineering departments often offer very good classes on controls that are quite useful too.

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