McGraw-Hill, 1983. - 475 Pages. Because of the availability of high-speed computers the time is fast approaching when the engineer will be expected to be as conversant with/the unsteady state solutions to process systems as was expected for the steady state solutions in the past. In this book a combination of the principles of separation processes, process modeling, process control, and numerical methods is used to produce the dynamic behavior of separation processes. That is, this book "puts it all together." The appropriate role of each area is clearly demonstrated by the use of large realistic systems.
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