Process Engineering Data Book

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CRC Press, Dec 22, 1995 - Science - 349 pages
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This is a convenient, one-volume reference that provides process engineers with quick information on the major equipment, processes and materials used in chemical, food, water/wastewater, fuel and other types of process engineering. The data is presented in short articles, supplemented and illustrated by tables, diagrams, charts and formulas.
The data is organized in twenty short chapters with a detailed index for easy reference. Much of the data is economically presented in tables.
  

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Contents

Factors in Plant Location
1
Propulsion of Gases
51
Gas Cleaning
61
Adsorption
67
Mixing Kneading Blending
85
Centrifuges
107
Condensers Steam Jet Ejectors
137
Distillation
153
Crystallizers
181
Definitions of Unit Processes
187
Frequently Used Plastics
215
Chemistry
245
Refractories
271
Useful Data
285
Index
345
Copyright

Drying
167

Common terms and phrases

About the author (1995)

Cheremisinoff is a consultant to a number of organizations and private companies. Among his clients are the World Bank Organization, the International Finance Corporation, the United State Agency for International Development, Chemonics International, Booz-Allen & Hamilton, Inc., and several private sector clients. He received his B.A., M.A., and Ph.D. degrees from Clarkson College of Technology. He is a chemical engineer by profession.