Byline: By NEIL ATKINSON News Editor A pounds 500,000 REFIT has been completed at Huddersfield University's chemical engineering laboratory.
What does CEL stand for?
CEL stands for Chemical Engineering Laboratory
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We have 183 other meanings of CEL in our Acronym Attic
- Center for Enriched Living (Riverwoods, IL)
- Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership
- Central-Eurasia-L (mailing list; Harvard University; Cambridge, MA)
- Centre d'Essais des Landes (French: Landes test center)
- Centre d'Étude de Langues (French: Center for the Study of Languages)
- Certificate in English Language (various locations)
- Certificate of English Law
- Channel Effluent Limit
- Chauffage par les Énergies Locales (French renewable energy company)
- Check Engine Light
- Christ Evangelical Lutheran
- Civil Engineering Laboratory
- Civilian Employment Level
- Closed End Liftable (tubing)
- Combined Events List
- Comisión Ejecutiva Hidroeléctrica del Río Lempa (El Salvador)
- Commission on Environmental Law (International Union for Conservation of Nature)
- Common Equipment List
- Communications Engineering Laboratory
- Community Engaged Learning (various universities)
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The technology licensed from The Pennsylvania State University encompasses a patent application that was developed in the chemical engineering laboratory of Professor Costas Maranas, Ph.
CHG 1120 (1520): Introduction to Chemical Engineering CHG 2317 (2717): Introduction to Chemical Process Analysis and Design CHG 2319 (2719): Elements of Chemical Process Synthesis CHG 3326: Principles of Phase Equilibria and Chemical Reaction Equilibria CHG 4316: Chemical Engineering Laboratory CHG 4127: Chemical Reaction Engineering CHG 4342: Plant Design CHG 4343: Computer-Aided Unit Design in Chemical Engineering CHG 3335: Process Control (using Speedup option) CHG 4344: Plant Design Project Professors were initially introduced to AspenPlus[TM] via a formal presentation on the potential role of CPS in the curriculum, a "nuts and bolts" presentation of AspenPlus[TM] followed by a hands on tutorial.