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Presenting simple, fast, and inexpensive methods to enable process engineers to increase their company's profit and growth, Engineering Economics and Economic Design for Process Engineers explains how to combine technical and economic decision-making to create cost-effective, optimal performance designs. The section on engineering economics discusses the early stages of design and development and provides tools to perform economic analyses for evaluating design options. The section on economic design contains a unique framework that brings more economic thinking and rigor into process development, feasibility engineering, and conceptual engineering. It also contains new tools that help you lower both capital and production costs.