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Concepts of Chemical Engineering 4 Chemists
edited by Stefaan J.R. Simons

Concepts of Chemical Engineering 4 Chemists introduces the basic concepts of chemical engineering plant design and operation.

The book is aimed particularly at industrial chemists who find themselves working on chemical engineering-type unit operations. It is intended to be a "dip-in" reference, giving guidance on how to, for instance, design pumps, how to measure key process variables and how to use these to calculate the essential design parameters, such as heat and mass transfer coefficients, required for the design (and analysis) of typical unit operations.

Concepts of Chemical Engineering 4 Chemists also covers other issues, such as safety, project economic appraisal and process control. Coverage avoids derivations from first principles, simply providing the necessary equations and explaining and demonstrating their use.

Contents

  1. Process Analysis
  2. The Importance of Mass and Energy Balances
  3. An Introduction to Chemical Reaction Engineering
  4. Concepts of Fluid Flow
  5. An Introduction to Heat Transfer Operations
  6. An Introduction to Mass Transfer Operations
  7. Scale-up of Chemical Processes
  8. An Introduction to Particle Systems
  9. An Introduction to Process Control
  10. Economic Appraisal of Large Projects
  11. Hazard Studies and Rick Assessment

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Concepts of Chemical Engineering 4 Chemists
edited by Stefaan J.R. Simons
2007 184 pages $88.95 + shipping
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