Elementary principles of chemical processes

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John Wiley, 2000 - Science - 675 pages
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This best-selling book prepares readers to formulate and solve material and energy balances in chemical process systems. It provides a realistic, informative, and positive introduction to the practice of chemical engineering. Includes a CD-ROM which contains interactive instructional tutorials, an encyclopedia of chemical process equipment, a physical property database, a powerful but user friendly algebraic and differential equation-solving program, and other tools.

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An excellent guide for mastering energy and mass balances. Equiped with a good amount of examples and problems as well as appropriate conceptual and theoretical background, this book will help any ... Read full review

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Introduction to Engineering Calculations
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RICHARD M. FELDER has authored or co-authored over 100 papers on chemical process engineering and engineering education, and presents seminars, workshops, and short courses on both topics to industrial and research institutions and universities in the United State, Europe, and South America. Since 1990 he has co-directed the National Effective Teaching Institute under the auspices of the American Society for Engineering Education. He has won numerous awards for his contributions to engineering education.

RONALD W. ROUSSEAU is Professor of Chemical Engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology. His Teaching and research activities focus on separation and purification, and he has been honored for his work in crystallization. He has published extensively and given lectu5res and short courses in Asia, Australia, Europe, the Middle East, and throughout the United States. An active promoter of university-industry interactions, he has served as Chair of the Council for Chemical Research and consultant to more than 50 organizations.

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