||Alireza Bahadori, Chikezie Nwaoha, Malcolm Willian Clark
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The aim of this comprehensive dictionary is to help oil, gas, and petrochemical engineering professionals, academic staff members, and science and engineering students gain a clearer understanding of the definitions and descriptions of the processes and equipment that they use every single day as well as to grasp the concepts related to the field. When communication problems arise in the industry, the results can prove costly. This is where this dictionary can help eliminate frustration, reduce cost, cut downtime, and prevent equipment failure. It explains scientific and engineering terms in every area of the oil and gas industry, specifically for those with no technical background, and deals principally with three areas. Engineers, students, academic staff, vendors, contract employees, and consultants can now quickly refer to key technical terms and definitions in this handy new volume. Providing a common ground for more effective communication, this dictionary is an essential reference for anyone working in the oil, gas, and petrochemical engineering industry, and it is a useful reference for students as well. The entries are arranged alphabetically and range from a few descriptive words to lengthy descriptions of a page or more, covering key terms used in daily communication and in research and industrial activities. The definitions have been written in nontechnical jargon and clearly demonstrate the core principles and concepts.