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EXTENDED ABSTRACT TEMPLATE FOR CHEMCON 2015

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Department of Chemical & Environmental Engineering, University of Assam, India


E-mail: a.author@assam.ac.in
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Figure 1: Control structure of distillation column

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column 3
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column 4
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Figure 2: Photo of heat exchanger

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EXTENDED ABSTRACT TEMPLATE FOR CHEMCON 2015


A. Author1 , B. Author2 and C. Author1
1

Department of Chemical & Environmental Engineering, University of Assam, India


E-mail: a.author@assam.ac.in
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Department of Chemical Engineering, College of Engineering London, England


E-mail: b.author@college.ac.uk
G. K. Batchelor. An Introduction to Fluid Dynamics. Cambridge University Press. 1967.
T. David, S. Smye, T. Dabbs, and T. James. A model for the fluid motion of vitreous humour of the human eye during
saccadic movement. Phys. Med. Biol., 43:1385-1399, 1998.
A. D. Fitt and G. Gonzalez. Fluid mechanics of the human eye: Aqueous humour in the anterior chamber. Bull. Math. Biol.,
68(1):53-71, 2006.