In the last clips, we showed how to find economic optimum process settings and what you might do if best is not good enough. Here, we summarize by showing how even engineering has its limitations. While it might get you good, or even good enough, it will seldom get you to best all by itself.
This concept is illustrated by trying to optimize the fuel-air mixture in an automobile engine by using what you learned in chemistry. The result is failing miserably in the marketplace. See why and what you must do next in the link below.
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