Chemical Process Design
Chemical process design involves the invention or synthesis of a process to transform raw materials into a desired product. Using a minimum of mathematics, this book offers chemical engineers a complete guide to selecting & connecting the steps for a well-designed process. Flowsheet synthesis, the choice of reactor & separator, distillation sequencing, & economic trade-offs are explored in detail. Special emphasis is placed on energy efficiency, waste minimization, & health & safety considerations, with worked examples & case studies presented to illustrate important points.
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The Hierarchy of Chemical Process Design
Choice of Reactor
Choice of Separator
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