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Process Modelling and Model Analysis book

Process Modelling and Model Analysis book

Process Modelling and Model Analysis. George Stephanopoulos, Ian T. Cameron, John Perkins, Katalin Hangos

Process Modelling and Model Analysis


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ISBN: 0121569314,9780121569310 | 561 pages | 15 Mb


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Process Modelling and Model Analysis George Stephanopoulos, Ian T. Cameron, John Perkins, Katalin Hangos
Publisher: Academic Press




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