Delmar Learning; 3 edition. 2010. 465p This is a comprehensive introduction to the workings of a modern manufacturing facility in the process industry. The text, which fits a standard equipment and systems course, provides your students with the information they need to know and uses up-to-date graphics and photos to enhance their understanding of how process systems and equipment actually operate. This book carries on the tradition of excellence established by the first two editions, which have successfully launched thousands of process technicians into the chemical processing industry. Key topics include valves, vessels, and piping, pumps and compressors, motors and turbines, heat exchangers, cooling towers, boilers and furnaces, reactors and distillation, extraction and separation systems, and process instrumentation.
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2 ed. — Gulf Professional Publishing, 2010. — 832 p.
A facility is only as efficient and profitable as the equipment that is in it. This highly influential book is a powerful resource for chemical, process, or plant engineers who need to select, design or configure plant successfully and profitably.
Written by some of the most experienced and well-known chemical and process...
Wiley, 2011. — 416 p.
So why another book on process control?
Process Control: A Practical Approach is a ground-breaking guide that provides everything needed to design and maintain process control applications.
The book follows the hierarchy from basic control, through advanced regulatory control, up to and including multivariable control. It addresses many...
3rd ed. — McGrawHill, 2008. — 606 p.
Process Equipment Fundamentals
Basic Terms and Conditions
How Trays Work: Flooding
How Trays Work: Dumping
Why Control Tower Pressure
What Drives Distillation Towers
How Reboilers Work
Inspecting Tower Internals
How Instruments Work
Packed Towers: Better than Trays?
Steam and Condensate Systems
Bubble Point and Dew Point
John Wiley & Sons Ltd, The Atrium, Southern Gate, Chichester, West Sussex PO19 8SQ, England 2005. - 687 p.
The book is intended to provide a practical guide to chemical process design and integration for undergraduate and postgraduate students of chemical engineering, practicing process designers and chemical engineers and applied chemists working in process development. For...
McGraw-Hill, 2002. — 978 p. — ISBN 0-07-059614-X.
This book contains information on the major components and basic systems, including instrumentation and controls, and some optimization techniques that I wish I had had when I landed, albeit happily, in my first major plant. It also contains examples, drawn from knowledgeable sources, of action plans that have kept various...
Butterworth-Heinemann, USA, 1988
This book is intended as a guide to the selection or design of the
principal kinds of chemical process equipment by engineers in
school and industry. The level of treatment assumes an elementary
knowledge of unit operations and transport phenomena. Access to
the many design and reference books listed in Chapter 1 is
desirable. For coherence,...