Английский язык для инженеров-химиков, Книга для студента, Петровская Т.С., Рыманова И.Е., Макаровских А.В., 2012.
В учебно-методическом комплексе реализуется коммуникативно-когнитивный подход, используется комбинация отечественных и зарубежных технологий преподавания иностранного языка в высшей технической школе.
Целью УМК является развитие коммуникативных навыков общения в профессиональной сфере.
Предназначен для студентов химико-технологического направления, изучающих английский язык на основе многоуровневого подхода.
What is Engineering?
Are you interested in making a contribution in the physical world? Are you good at solving problems? Do you like to understand how things work and how to make them better? Would you like to see your ideas for products become reality? If you answer yes to these questions, then odds are that you will want to become an engineer.
So. what exactly is an engineer? An engineer is someone who applies mathematics and the principles of science, especially chemistry and physics, to solve problems and meet the needs of society for products and services. Solving these problems and finding new solutions require creativity and persistence.
You may be concerned that you don't meet the stereotypical image of an engineer. Actually, most people don't even know what engineers are. so when you ask them about their stereotypical image, they often tell you about their image of a scientist. The image is often of a white male with out-of-control hair, glasses with tape holding them together over his nose, wearing a white lab coat with a pocket protector (possibly filled with leaking pens) over a plaid shirt, pants that are too short, white socks, and untied shoes.
Engineers and engineering have been around for a long time, although many of the theorems that you will study during your years in college have been developed since the 1700s. The Egyptians were master engineers—witness the pyramids. The Romans built aqueducts to bring water into Rome, another significant engineering achievement. The Great Wall of China is a good example of a man-made feature on earth that is visible from space—this too is a great engineering accomplishment. Historically, most of the major engineering accomplishments have been "in the field of what is called civil engineering today—although this is changing rapidly.
Unit 1 Engineering career
Unit 2 Engineering education
Unit 3 Are you good for this job?
Unit 4 Engineering ethics
Unit 5 Company structure and corporate culture
Unit 6 Chemical engineering
Unit 7 Objects of chemical engineering
Unit 8 Functions and applications of chemical objects
Unit 9 Chemical industry markets
Unit 10 Materials in chemical industry
Unit 11 Technological process in chemical industry: tools and equipment
Unit 12 Safety at work
Unit 13 Resource saving
Unit 14 Waste disposal
Unit 15 Innovations in chemical engineering