McGraw-Hill, 1988. — 601 р. This text explains the concepts behind process design. It uses a case study approach, guiding readers through realistic design problems, and referring back to these cases at the end of each chapter. Throughout, the author uses shortcut techniques that allow engineers to obtain the whole focus for a design in a very short period (generally less than two days).
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4th. ed. - McGraw-Hill, 1991. — 910 p.
A revision of the classic text-reference for the chemical engineering "design" course usually offered to all Chemical Engineers at the junior/senior level. This new edition contains the latest cost data as well as new emphasis on safety and H42OPS and a new chapter on Computer-Aided Design. The book nicely balances both economics (cost...