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Lydersen A.L., Dahlø I. Dictionary of chemical engineering: English, French, German, Spanish / Словарь по химическим технологиям: английский, французский, немецкий, испанский
New York: John Wiley & Sons, 1992. — 258 p. — ISBN-10: 0471933929. — ISBN-13: 978-0471933922
(Словарь по химическим технологиям: английский, французский, немецкий, испанский)
Technical terms are in reality symbols adopted, adapted, or invented by specialists and technicians in a certain field to facilitate short expressions needed for communication without repeated explanations.
The aim of this dictionary is to give definitions of terms that are in use in manufacturing industries and in skilled trades in the field of chemical engineering, together with the corresponding terms in French, German, and Spanish. With student use in mind, illustrations and information about typical applications and equipment sizes are given in addition to some of the definitions. The dictionary represents an expansion and up-to-date revision of a corresponding Norwegian dictionary by the same authors in 1988.
About half of the figures are from two textbooks by one of the authors (A. L. Lydersen: Fluid Flow and Heat Transfer, John Wiley & Sons, Chichester, 1979, and Mass Transfer in Engineering Practice, John Wiley & Sons, Chichester, 1983). The rest were drawn for the Norwegian dictionary and for the present one. The last 45 pages contain a list of symbols, a conversion table, and French, German and Spanish indices.
The authors are grateful for valuable suggestions from staff in industry and at the Norwegian Institute of Technology. We also give special thanks to Professor Jacques Villermaux, Laboratoire de Sciences du Genie Chimique, Nancy, France, to Professor Dr Hanns Hofmann, Institut für technische Chemie der Universität Erlangen-Nüberg, Erlangen, Germany, and to Professor José Coca, Department of Chemical Engineering, Universidad de Oviedo, Oviedo, Spain, for adding the French, German and Spanish terms.
It is our hope that the dictionary will be useful to engineers, students, teachers, and translators.
Trondheim and Oslo, April 1992
Aksel L. Lydersen
Ingrid Dahlø
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