Chemical Reaction Engineering courseTubanharon is offering a professional course in Chemical Reaction Engineering, as a in-company modality. The course may be taught in Portuguese, if requested, and will be using the recently translation of Prof. H. Scott Fogler's book "Essentials of Chemical Reaction Engineering" (Cálculo de Reatores — O Essencial da Engenharia das Reações Químicas, as a textbook. The book was translated by Prof. Luismar Porto (UFSC) with three other contributors: Prof. Flávio Faria de Moraes (UEM), Gustavo Paim Valença (UNICAMP) e José Roberto Nunhez (UNICAMP).


 

literatureOur team is ready to study and solve your problem, as soon as it gets into our hands. We guarantee state-of-the-art approach when it comes to any study that deserves theoretical consideration; for those problems when experience and senior level expertise is required, a team of engineers and other professionals will conduct and carefully supervise how data is acquired, treated and validated.


 

Giving comfort to your collaborators Tubanharon is looking for experts in industrial design and process engineers with artistic education to offer services in the area of industrial plant humanization.

Plant humanization is novel concept that deals with designing and/or adapting the industrial (factory) environment so that they are more friendly, confortable and motivating.

We will be writing more about Plant Humanization in the following weeks. If you are interested, keep coming back.


 

Protect the Sharks & Natives!Tubanharon respects natural environments and resources

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The Guarani language is still spoken across traditional Guaraní homelands  
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The Guaraní referred to themselves simply as Abá, meaning "men" or "people  
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Sharks metabolize phosphate to produce large, hard, replaceable teeth
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Sharks play a vital role in the oceans
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Sometimes they look very scary!
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Sharks boost local economies
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Jesuit protested against enslavement of the indigenous population  
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Sharks help keep the carbon cycle in motion
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European settlers taught the indigenous tribes Catholicism  
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The Tupi people were one of the most important indigenous peoples in Brazil  
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Sharks have advanced and potent immune systems
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Sharks could hold cures for diseases
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Tattooing and piercing have been practiced by several Brazilian tribes  
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Sharks inspire elegant and efficient flow
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Tupi-Guarani probably had an influence on the Brazilian accent  
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mtDNA traced back to a few founding lineages from East Asia
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The largest sharks are not necessarily the most vicious
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Copying sharks could even lead to globally significant innovations
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Guaraní are a group of culturally related indigenous people of South America
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Sharks inspire smart design
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Tupi contributed hundreds of words to the Brazilian vocabulary  
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Guarani and the Kaingang are peoples who live in the south of Brazil  
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100 million sharks are currently killed every year
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The Carijós were also called Cariós and Cários  
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Sharks are amazing creatures!
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  Sharks have been around for some 400 million years
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Sharks have advanced and potent immune systems
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Caucasians, Negroes, and native Indians mix produced fascinating people  
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Today there are some 370 species, most of them harmless to humans  
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There are still about 240 tribes living in Brazil today