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What is the pattern of interview questions and which field
is of high importance viz., Mass Transfer, Heat Transfer,
Petroleum Refining etc ?

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What is the pattern of interview questions and which field is of high importance viz., Mass Transf..

Answer / eswar

heat n mass transfer.........in heat trans mostly heat
exchangers........design n few other...in MTO .most
distillation drying......evaporation....equipments

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What is the pattern of interview questions and which field is of high importance viz., Mass Transf..

Answer / chandan

HEAT TRANSFER

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