Solution manual chemical reaction engineering, 3rd edition Octave to All Odd-Numbered Problems OCTAVE LEVENSPIEL Chemical. Octave Levenspiel was a professor of chemical engineering at Oregon State University. His principal interest was chemical reaction engineering, and he was the. I knew Polish architect Abraham Levenspiel and Professor Octave Levenspiel by . Since this time, I have been teaching CRE at Ecole des Mines in Paris.

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Did you play Chinese chess with him? Some of you probably want to know if ANY of his stories were true. A short biography was written about Tavy, if you really want to know how unique his life was. Do not touch this: Your E-mail address will not be published. For security reasons we save the ip address Your entry will only be visible in the guestbook after we reviewed it. We reserve our right to edit, delete, or not publish entries. Swedge Wang wrote on September 7, I graduated from the history department of Wuhan University in China more than 30 years ago.

I am interested in the early building groups in Wuhan University. Kales agreed with him and chose Polish architect Abraham Levenspiel and German architect Richard Sachse as his assistants. Kales gave all the design drawings of early building groups to Abraham Levenspiel.

Abraham Levenspiel kept them carefully for several decades and gave them to his son Octave Levenspiel. The early building groups in Wuhan University were built alongside mountain and river octavr arranged and distrubuted according to the topographic conditions of the mountain.

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The design drawings returned to their home around half the earth nearly 80 years later. They were identified as National first class cultural relic and kept in Wuhan University Archives permanently. Thank all the architects and Professor Octave Levenspiel for their huge contribution to my alma mater Wuhan University.

Would you please give me more details about the design drawings of early building groups? My email lefenspiel is swedgewang Please answer me an email. Thank you very much!

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Juan Verastegui wrote on March 7, I had the opportunity to meet and shake hands leenspiel Dr. Levenspiel during a Seminar at IIT during the fall of Stephan wrote on September 11, You solved most of my problems in different thesis without knowing me. Thank you and be free; goodbye, RIP. Levrnspiel Blair wrote on April 25, It was an honor and a pleasure to have worked for him. His examples and problems, often accompanied with drawings, were so creative that his students surely must have been eager to see what was coming next.

One of the papers I ocyave typing was the earlier version of his “Dinosaur” paper. It was such a pleasant surprise to see it on his web site. Asad wrote on April 23, I had the privilege of having Prof. Levenspiel as my thesis advisor. He was far more than a professor or a thesis supervisor.


He was also a good friend, a life coach, and a father figure to me. He made you think and question your understanding. He was of course a prolific author, a brilliant educator, and always had great examples to help explain scientific concepts. He had a great sense of humor and honesty. Once Tavy, Guo Tai and me decided to pick cherries from trees around his house. As such, he restricted us to pick cherries only from the branches that were extending over the road.

Well, he was definitely among the people who changed my life! Thank you Tavy and may your soul rest in peace. Joann Mayfield wrote on April 19, I know Tavy through family. My brother Keith married his daughter Bekki and we loved joining the families.

My favorite memory of him besides his sense of humor was his interaction with my three kids when they were young. We were visiting with my parents for the first time to the coast.

The kids were into rock collecting and Tavy would polish some of the rocks with them. He was so patient and kind with a twinkle in his eye with them. It was a very special time. He has passed on some very good qualities to his children and grandchildren. He is one of a kind. Spencer S wrote on April 14, Levenspiel was a pioneer in several fields and did a helluva job passing that information on to the next generations.

Alain Gaunand wrote on April 13, Most of all, I enjoyed Prof. Levenspiel’s simplicity, humour and smile: I am sure that he was found of geology, natural history, and admiring the beauty of nature, and all the knacks life has developed since billion years so am I.

I am sure also that he was deeply human, both at University and with his love ones. I never met him, I only have a letter from him, but I think that there would have been a real spark between us. Selig sind die Toten, die in dem Herren sterben, von nun an. Sie ruhen von ihrer Arbeit und ihre Werke folgen ihnen nach. Ellie Rubenstein wrote on April 9, For most of my childhood, the Levenspiels were our next door neighbors.

In those days, everyone kept their doors open, and the Rubenstein kids would just walk into the Levenspiels’ at any time, looking for one of their kids to play with.

I usually walked in through the kitchen door, and often found Tavy puttering around in there. He was always smiling and gave me a grand welcome. The octtave people we ever celebrated Christmas with were the Levenspiels and the fun, ovtave and friendship among our families was special and unique. Tavy and my dad were always goofing around and when I picture them, I only see huge smiles and genuine happiness.

One summer day I decided to try riding a bike without training wheels and Levenspisl held onto the back of the bike seat and ran alongside me. I kept yelling, “Don’t let go! I panicked but then realized I could ride without him holding on. I made it to the end of the block, and turned to see him with that huge smile.


And I see now that that was one of Tavy’s many crre, even though I never could have articulated it at that young age. He knew how to challenge people, support them, and also knew when they were ready for him to let go.

I was too young to know how brilliant he was, levenspisl admired and respected he was. He was “Bekki’s dad”, the funny guy who could make coins appear out your ear and nose, who called his dog Lolly Lee Lou and chanted mysterious “Jattery Mattery Sickle Yandy” spells.

He’s fondly and forever woven into memories of my youth.

Tom Fitzgerald wrote on April 7, I was a senior student in chemical engineering in the Fall ofin the first class Octave gave in reaction engineering at IIT. Octave presented the class with challenging and seemingly simple questions that often led to arguments between students, while all the while he kept the sessions going with examples that included conveyor belts, big stirred tanks, and even multiple cycle washing machines. At the end of the course I got a B and complained to Professor Levenspiel that I thought I deserved an A, based on the fact that I had argued more in class than other students.

He said he would have to give two other students an A to give one to me. In the ten years that followed I worked on finding residence time distributions in fluidized beds and taught chemical reaction engineering.

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I jumped at the chance, and for the next decade I took turns with Octave teaching chemical reaction engineering at Lefenspiel State.

It was exciting work. I stayed there for 20 years but never again found as good a friend as Octave. Basavaraj Mahipat Kulkarni wrote on March 31, I know him as my mentor at IIT Bombay during where he immensely influenced me by his simplistic approach to complex situations. Really God gifted teacher and a mentor. May his soul rest in peace. Rada and Neda wrote on March 30, We are eternally grateful for the kindness and warmth of both Tavy and Mary Jo during this time who both had a strong influence on Neda and me levenpiel young women and world citizens.

During the years at Crest Place, Tavy was like a grandfather to us. Tavy was a great story teller, and he left us often puzzled about where the reality stops and the imagination begins especially when it comes to his life story and the adventures.