Laboratory projects: should students do them or design them?

Middelberg, A. P. J. (1995) Laboratory projects: should students do them or design them?. Chemical Engineering Education, 29 1: 34-38.

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Author Middelberg, A. P. J.
Title Laboratory projects: should students do them or design them?
Journal name Chemical Engineering Education   Check publisher's open access policy
ISSN 0009-2479
Publication date 1995
Sub-type Article (original research)
Volume 29
Issue 1
Start page 34
End page 38
Total pages 5
Place of publication Washington, DC, United States
Publisher American Society for Engineering Education
Language eng
Formatted abstract
Laboratory exercises are an integral part of any chemical engineering curriculum. They perform several crucial roles, includingl illustrating and reinforcing chemical engineering theory and principles, providing hands-on experience with commonly used process equipment, and demonstrating experimental methodology and techniques. But laboratory projects organized along strict traditional lines have some distinct disadvantages, which can include minimal training in the communication aspects of reporting laboratory results and the possibility of reports being passed down from a group finishing the course to an incoming group...
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