Chemical Process Equipment Design
This book is written to aid undergraduate students to analyze operations of existing equipments and offer a practical methodology to make preliminary designs of the equipments found in the chemical industry. Unlike other textbooks, instead of giving a collection of design equations, this book provides a set of routines and procedures that a chemical engineer can use to design the processing equipment for gases and/or liquids which is typically found in a chemical plant.
Organized in 5 chapters, this book covers:
- Process fluid mechanics
- Process heat transfer
- Separation equipment
- Other equipment
This book is a great recommendation for popular undergraduate practical courses in fluid mechanics, heat transfer, reactors and separations. It can also be referred for courses on equipment design.