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Vicher: A Virtual Reality Based Educational Module for Chemical Reaction Engineering
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Computer Applications in Engineering Education Volume 4, Number 4, ISSN 1061-3773

Abstract

A virtual reality application for undergraduate chemical kinetics and reactor design education, Vicher (Virtual Chemical Reaction Model) was originally designed to simulate a portion of a modern chemical plant. Vicher now consists of two programs: Vicher I that models catalyst deactivation and Vicher II that models nonisothermal effects in chemical reaction engineering. (PEN)

Citation

Bell, J.T. & Fogler, H.S. (1996). Vicher: A Virtual Reality Based Educational Module for Chemical Reaction Engineering. Computer Applications in Engineering Education, 4(4), 285. Retrieved December 4, 2021 from .

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