Chemical Engineering: Problems & Solutions

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Kaplan AEC Engineering, 2004 - Architecture - 186 pages
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This is a review book for people planning to take the PE exam in "Chemical Engineering.Prepared specifically for the exam used in all 50 states.It features 188 new PE problems with detailed step by step solutions.

The book covers all topics on the exam, and includes easy to use tables, charts, and formulas.It is an ideal desk companion to "DAS's Chemical Engineer License Review.It includes sixteen chapters and a short PE sample exam as well as complete references and an index.Chapters include the following topical areas:
* Material and energy balances
* Fluid dynamics
* Heat transfer
* Evaporation
* Distillation
* Absorption
* Leaching
* Liq-liq extraction
* Psychrometry and humidification
* Drying
* Filtration
* Thermodynamics
* Chemical kinetics
* Process control
* Mass transfer
* Plant safety

The ideal study guide, this book brings all elements of professional problem solving together in one BIG BOOK.It is also an ideal desk reference, and it answers hundreds of the most frequently asked questions.It is the first truly practical, no-nonsense problem and solution book for the difficult PE exam.Full step-by-step solutions are are additionally included.

 

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Contents

Heat Transfer
3-3
Evaporation
3-12
Distillation
5-5
Absorption
6-1
Leaching
7-1
LiquidLiquid Extraction
7-8
Psychrometry and Humidification
8-9
Drying 101
10-6
Thermodynamics 121
11-9
Process Control 141
14-1
Mass Transfer 151
15-6
AM
A-3
Appendix
1-1
Index 113
1-11
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About the author (2004)

Dilip K. Das has been a consultant to the World Bank and the World Commission on Development and Environment in Geneva. He is Professor and area chairman of the Indian Institute of Management in Lucknow, National Centre for Development Studies, Australian National University.

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