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Chemical Process Equipment : Selection & Design, 2nd Edition

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Title: Chemical Process Equipment : Selection & Design, 2nd Edition
Author: James R. Couper, James R. Fair, W. Roy Penney
ISBN: 0123725062 / 9780123725066
Format: Hard Cover
Pages: 811
Publisher: Butterworth Heinemann
Year: 2010
Availability: In Stock
     
 
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A facility is only as efficient and profitable as the equipment that is in it. This highly influential book is a powerful resource for chemical, process, or plant engineers who need to select, design or configure plant successfully and profitably.

Written by some of the most experienced and well-known chemical and process engineers in the industry today, this information-packed volume gives the chemical or process engineer or engineering student all of the guidelines for the design and selection of chemical process equipment. Comprehensive and practical, its scope and emphasis on real-world process design and performance of equipment will prove invaluable for day-to-day problem solving.

Preface
Contributors

Chapter 1 : Introduction
Chapter 2 : Flowsheets
Chapter 3 : Process Control
Chapter 4 : Drivers for Moving Equipment
Chapter 5 : Transfer of Solids
Chapter 6 : Flow of Fluids
Chapter 7 : Fluid Transport Equipment
Chapter 8 : Heat Transfer and Heat Exchangers
Chapter 9 : Dryers and Cooling TOwers
Chapter 10 : Mixing and Agitation
Chapter 11 : Solid Liquid Separation
Chapter 12 : Disintegration, Agglomeration, and Size separation
Chapter 13 : Distillation and Gas Absorption
Chapter 14 : Extraction and Leaching
Chapter 15 : Adsorption and Ion Exchange
Chapter 16 : Crystallization from Solutions and Melts
Chapter 17 : Chemical Reactors
Chapter 18 : Process Vessels
Chapter 19 : Membrane Separation
Chapter 20 : Gas-Solid Separations

Appendix
Index

 
 
 
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