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Process Development
From the Initial Idea to the Chemical Production Plant
by G. Herbert Vogel

Guiding readers through all steps of the complex process, Process Development covers the most diverse aspects of chemicals production, including those not or insufficiently covered in natural science courses.

These comprise economic feasibility, patenting and licensing, demands on the location and the problem of waste disposal.

Throughout, Process Development does not rely on simple references to other literature but instead reiterates many facts and places them in context, as well as succinctly explaining formulas, thus removing the need to look up items in secondary reference works.

As such, Process Development is suitable for both newcomers as well as those already working in the field. Those working in R&D as well as plant managers will learn how to avoid pitfalls, resulting in higher safety. A common basis and indispensable ready reference for engineers and chemists.

Contents:

  • The chemical production plant and its components
  • Process data
  • Course of process development
  • Planning, erection, and start-up of a chemical plant
  • Process evaluation
  • Trends in process development
Index

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Process Development
From the Initial Idea to the Chemical Production Plant
by G. Herbert Vogel

2005 478 pages $239.00 + shipping
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