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Formación universitaria

versión On-line ISSN 0718-5006

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TOSELLI, Luis A; GUERRERO, Mónica P; MONESTEROLO, Vanina M  y  BELTRAN, Romina A. Application of the ChemCADTMSimulator to the Teaching in Engineering Careers. Form. Univ. [online]. 2009, vol.2, n.3, pp.19-24. ISSN 0718-5006.  http://dx.doi.org/10.4067/S0718-50062009000300004.

Several activities related to the application of process simulation and in particular to the use of a commercial process simulator, as an effective teaching tool in different engineering careers, are presented and discussed. These experiences were done at the Villa María Faculty of Engineering of the National Technological University in Argentina. The use of the commercial software ChemCAD and its modules CC-ThermTM and CC-BatchTM for more than a decade in courses given to engineering students, especially in chemical engineering, is analyzed. Reference is also done to the experiences with students of mechanical engineering and with a graduate course in food technology. As an example, an academic work with junior and senior students of chemical engineering is described. The example shows how simulation and pilot plant experiments can be integrated in an efficient form. The main conclusion is the importance that this knowledge integration has for the teaching-learning process and for the formation of better engineers.

Palabras clave : process simulation; engineering teaching; commercial simulators; ChemCAD.

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