CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2013. 169 p . — ISBN: 1477619909, 978-1477619902.This book is written for any chemical engineers interested in process design. It is author's hope that this book will help young graduates to learn the basics of process design, and will serve as a reference for experience process engineers. This book has eight chapters. A brief summary of each chapter is listed below: Chapter 1 Process Design: It provides an overview of process design and tasks during each phase of a project. Chapter 2 Pump: Discuss three different types of pump - centrifugal, reciprocating, and rotary pumps, their characteristics, and calculations. Chapter 3 Compressor: Discuss four different types of compressor - centrifugal, axial, reciprocating, and rotary compressor, their characteristics, and calculations. Chapter 4 Heat Exchanger: Discuss three different types of heat exchanger - double pipe, shell and tube, and air cooler, their characteristics, and calculations. Chapter 5 Vessel: Discuss basic features of vessel, how to size liquid surge drum, liquid/vapor separator, and liquid/liquid separator. Chapter 6 Line Sizing: Discuss single phase, two-phase, gravity, and slurry flow in a line, how to size a line and calculate line pressure drop. Chapter 7 Control Valve: Discuss two types of control valve - globe and rotary, their basic features and how to size them for vapor or liquid service. Chapter 8 Pressure Relief Device (PRD): Discuss four types of PRD: spring-loaded pressure relief valve (PRV), pilot-operated PRV, rupture disk, and rupture pin PRV, their characteristics, and PRD and its inlet/outlet header sizing (for single/two phase relief). Information in this book is based on current practice, author's experience, author's research, new development, and website information. Readers should gain following skills after reading this book. 1. Know what tasks should be done at different phases of an engineering project. 2. Able to select new centrifugal or reciprocating pump, rate existing one’s process capability, or operate it properly. 3. Able to select new centrifugal or reciprocating compressor, rate existing one’s process capability, or operate it properly. 4. Able to select a heat exchanger for a process application among double pipe heat exchanger, shell and tube exchanger, or air cooler. 5. Able to size new surge drum, vapor/liquid separator or rate existing one's process capacity. 6. Able to size a line or rate existing line's process capacity for single phase, two phase flow, or gravity flow application. Do line hydraulic analysis. 7. Able to select or size new control valve and rate existing ones’ process capacity. 8. Able to select or size new pressure relief device and rate existing ones’ process capacity.
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