EBOOK - Albright's chemical engineering handbook (Lyle F. Albright)


EBOOK - Cẩm nang kỹ thuật hóa học (Lyle F. Albright) - 1930 Trang.

This handbook was written to provide a thorough discussion of the most important topics of interest to engineers and scientists in chemically oriented fields. The expected readers will vary from students in the university to those employed in industry, academia, and the government.

Because the engineering disciplines are broad and complex, and growing more so, a wide variety of subjects needed to be covered in the 29 chapters of this handbook. The first 27 chapters are technical in nature; the last two chapters are not. Because technical personnel need to communicate their ideas with others, one chapter focuses on communication approaches. Ethics has also become a key issue,
especially in the last several years, and this is covered in the final chapter. As industry becomes increasingly internationalized, ethical concerns will likely continue to grow, because standards often vary in different countries.

CONTENTS:

Chapter 1 Physical and Chemical Properties.............1
Allan H. Harvey
Chapter 2 Mathematics in Chemical Engineering .......35
Sinh Trinh, Nandkishor Nere, and Doraiswami Ramkrishna
Chapter 3 Engineering Statistics ...............................199
Daniel W. Siderius
Chapter 4 Thermodynamics of Fluid Phase and Chemical Equilibria.................255
Kwang-Chu Chao, David S. Corti, and Richard G. Mallinson
Chapter 5 Fluid Flow .............393
Ron Darby
Chapter 6 Heat Transfer ..................479
Kenneth J. Bell
Chapter 7 Radiation Heat Transfer ..........567
Z. M. Zhang and David P. DeWitt
Chapter 8 Mass Transfer ..........591
James R. Fair
Chapter 9 Industrial Mixing Technology ...............615
Douglas E. Leng, Sanjeev S. Katti, and Victor Atiemo-Obeng
Chapter 10 Liquid-Liquid Extraction.............709
D. William Tedder
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Chapter 11 Chemical Reaction Engineering........737
J. B. Joshi and L. K. Doraiswamy
Chapter 12Distillation .................969
James R. Fair
Chapter 13 Absorption and Stripping ........1073
James R. Fair
Chapter 14Adsorption ......1119
Kent S. Knaebel
Chapter 15Process Control......1173
James B. Riggs, William J. Korchinski, and Arkan Kayihan
Chapter 16Conceptual Process Design, Process Improvement, and Troubleshooting ...........1267
Donald R. Woods, Andrew N. Hrymak, and James R. Couger
Chapter 17Chemical Process Safety ............1437
Richard W. Prugh
Chapter 18Environmental Engineering: A Review of Issues, Regulations, and Resources ...1485
Bradly P. Carpenter, Douglas E. Watson, and Brooks C. Carpenter
Chapter 19Biochemical Engineering ..1501
James M. Lee
Chapter 20Measuring Physical Properties .......1531
Lyle F. Albright
Chapter 21Selecting Materials of Construction (Steels and Other Metals)......1539
David A. Hansen
Chapter 22Solid/Liquid Separation.........1597
Frank M. Tiller, Wenping Li, and Wu Chen
Chapter 23 Drying: Principles and Practice .........1667
Arun S. Mujumdar
Chapter 24Dry Screening of Granular and Powder Materials .........1717
A. J. DeCenso and Nash McCauley
Chapter 25 Conveying of Bulk Solids ..............1729
Fred Thomson
Chapter 26 Principles and Applications of Electrochemical Engineering .......1737
Peter N. Pintauro
Chapter 27 Patents and Intellectual Property..........1831
M. Henry Heines
Chapter 28 Communication..........1841
F. S. Oreovicz
Chapter 29 Ethical Concerns of Engineers.......1859
Lyle F. Albright

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