Welcome to ProcessPrinciples.com; the Building Blocks of an Engineer.
Hi, my name is Chris. I am a Graduate Chemical Engineer from Curtin University in Western Australia, and this is my engineering blog. I started ProcessPrinciples.com in 2011 as a second year undergraduate and have since graduated with first class honours! The project spawned from my desire to explore engineering related topics and at the same time teach what I had learnt. My goal is to create a site that supports the exchange of engineering related information through tutorials, presentations, articles and blog entries. As a result, I write about study, work and life associated with engineering. Due to my interest and background in marketing and business, I also try to touch on topics related to productivity, networking and project management.
I hope ProcessPrinciples.com is as useful in your development as it has been in mine – even if only to a smaller extent. If you found a particular entry interesting, felt that there wasn’t enough information or had some trouble understanding the content, then feel free to leave a comment. I enjoy hearing from my readers and providing the problem you have doesn’t take a lifetime to solve, I am usually willing to help out or at the very least, point you in the right direction.
If you are an engineering student, professional or researcher and have an interest in being a part of the project – then also let me know! It would be great to expand the site and create a team of like-minded individuals to explore new ideas with. There is never going to be a better time than now, so shoot me an email! Alternatively, feel free to add me on LinkedIn or other social channels, and remember to mention Process Principles in the request so I know you are human.
In the mean time; make it simple, make it effective, and make it significant.
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