Talk:Distillation Design

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Want some basic knowledge free of cost[edit]

Can I have some basic knowledge about the designing of fractionaters(distillers) which is free of cost! —Preceding unsigned comment added by 221.132.113.146 (talkcontribs) 26 March 2007(UTC)

Assuming that you want design information about industrial fractionation, such designs must really be done by an experienced chemical engineer. There are textbooks, including the one this article describes, in any good university library and you could study them free of cost ... but it is not a subject that you can self-learn. In the future, please sign your messages as explained above. Regards, - mbeychok 23:09, 26 March 2007 (UTC)