What is Chemical Engineering?
In this video I discuss What is chemical engineering? To put simply, in chemical engineering you design processes to transport, transform, and produce materials. Chemical engineering is much more than just working with chemicals. You have to design chemical plants, reactors, and work with the processes that go into many of the products we know of. Careers in chemical engineering include alternative energy, food production, electronics, industrial chemicals, petroleum, and more.
In this video I also discuss chemistry vs chemical engineering and how to know which major may be better for you. As a chemistry major you'd dive deeper into learning chemical reactions on a smaller scale and wouldn't learn any of the engineering principles to scale these reactions. Simply put, if you want to work solely in a lab, and work with chemical reactions, then you might want to major in chemistry or biochemistry. However, if you want to take those reactions, but figure out how to make them happen on a large scale, so they can go out to consumers or businesses, then a major in chemical engineering would be better for you. Chemical engineers can work with chemicals in a lab, but it's just less common to hear of this.
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ExxonMobil, a Gold Corporate Partner of IChemE, is a top employer of chemical engineers in the UK and all over the world. The company has 19 refineries worldwide, one of which is based in Fawley, Hampshire, UK. Employing over 2,300 people and with a capacity of 270,000 barrels per day it is one of the UK's largest industrial plants.
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The History of Chemical Engineering: Crash Course Engineering #5
Today we’ll cover the fourth and final of our core disciplines of engineering: chemical engineering. We’ll talk about its history and evolution going from soda ash competitions to oil refineries and renewable energies. We’ll also discuss some newer and emerging fields like biotechnology and pharmaceuticals.
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What Skills Do Employers of Chemical Engineers Look For?
Dr. John Chen, a retired faculty member of Lehigh University, interviewed Dr. Rui Cruz of Dow Chemical, Dr. Ashok Krishna of Chevron, and Dr. Steve Poehlein, formerly of Merck.
The panel discussed the traits and skills they look for in new hires, as well as opportunities in their fields for young chemical engineers. These questions focus on some of the main areas covered in the 2013 Annual Meeting's Plenary in San Francisco.