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Process Engineering Problem Solving
Avoiding "The Problem Went Away, But It Came Back" Syndrome
by Joe M. Bonem

Process Engineering Problem Solving gives you a structured, practical, and pragmatic way to solve real-world plant process problems, focusing on those that tend to be chronic or that require an engineering analysis.

Process Engineering Problem Solving is a great reference for chemical engineers, industrial engineers, and industrial managers who are looking for techniques to improve their problem-solving skills within their organizations.

Contents:

  1. Limitations to Plant Problem Solving
  2. Successful Plant Problem Solving
  3. Examples of Plant Problem Solving
  4. Formulation of Working Hypotheses
  5. Application to Prime Movers
  6. Application to Plate Processes
  7. Application to Kinetically Limited Processes
  8. Application to Unsteady State
  9. Verification of Data
  10. Successful Plant Tests
  11. Utilization of Manual Computations
  12. Putting it altogether
  13. Final Words

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Process Engineering Problem Solving
Avoiding "The Problem Went Away,
But It Came Back" Syndrome
by Joe M. Bonem

2008 283 pages $188.95 + shipping
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