Posted by **step778** at Dec. 3, 2015

2009 | pages: 484 | ISBN: 0471261807 | PDF | 12,8 mb

Posted by **Decisive** at May 24, 2013

Publisher: Springer | ISBN: 3540251979 | edition 2008 | PDF | 1275 pages | 10,68 mb

Chemical Reactor Modeling closes the gap between Chemical Reaction Engineering and Fluid Mechanics. It presents the fundamentals of the single-fluid and multi-fluid models for the analysis of single- and multiphase reactive flows in chemical reactors with a chemical reactor engineering rather than mathematical bias. The book discusses numerical methods for solving the resulting equations as well as the interplay between physical and numerical modes.

Posted by **Decisive** at May 22, 2013

Publisher: Wiley-Interscience | ISBN: 0471261807 | edition 2009 | PDF | 484 pages | 12,82 mb

Principles of Chemical Reactor Analysis and Design presents a new fundamental approach and methodology that overcome the deficiencies of the current method of teaching chemical reactor design. It provides engineering students and practitioners with the tools needed to handle contemporary industrial reactor operations, new design capabilities, and the framework for new economic-based optimization.

Posted by **tvladb** at June 21, 2012

Publisher: Wiley-Interscience (August 31, 2007) | ISBN: 0470097700 | Pages: 419 | PDF | 25.19 MB

Chemical Reactor Design and Control uses process simulators like Matlab®, Aspen Plus, and Aspen Dynamics to study the design of chemical reactors and their dynamic control. There are numerous books that focus on steady-state reactor design. There are no books that consider practical control systems for real industrial reactors.

Posted by **tvladb** at Sept. 15, 2010

Publisher: Wiley-Interscience (August 31, 2007) | ISBN: 0470097700 | Pages: 419 | PDF | 7.96 MB

Chemical Reactor Design and Control uses process simulators like Matlab®, Aspen Plus, and Aspen Dynamics to study the design of chemical reactors and their dynamic control. There are numerous books that focus on steady-state reactor design. There are no books that consider practical control systems for real industrial reactors. This unique reference addresses the simultaneous design and control of chemical reactors. This is a practical reference for chemical engineering professionals in the process industries, professionals who work with chemical reactors, and students in undergraduate and graduate reactor design, process control, and plant design courses.

Posted by **tvladb** at Sept. 11, 2010

Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional; 1 edition (September 26, 2001) | ISBN: 0071377530 | Pages: 600 | PDF | 6.48 MB

This book is an outgrowth of an earlier book, Chemical Reactor Design, John Wiley & Sons, 1987. The title is different and reflects a new emphasis on optimization and particularly on scaleup, a topic rarely covered in undergraduate or graduate education but of paramount importance to many practicing engineers. The treatment of biochemical and polymer reaction engineering is also more extensive than normal. Practitioners are the primary audience for the new book. Here, in one spot, you will find a reasonably comprehensive treatment of reactor design, optimization and scaleup. Spend a few minutes becoming comfortable with the notation (anyone bothering to read a preface obviously has the inclination), and you will find practical answers to many design problems.

Posted by **interes** at Nov. 13, 2016

English | 2007 | ISBN: 0470097700 | 419 pages | PDF | 16,8 MB

Posted by **enmoys** at June 11, 2016

2014 | 1535 Pages | ISBN: 3319050915 | PDF | 24 MB

Posted by **nebulae** at July 19, 2015

English | ISBN: 1439867003 | 2013 | 564 pages | PDF | 13 MB

Posted by **tanas.olesya** at June 29, 2015

English | June 23, 2008 | ISBN: 3540251979 | 1275 Pages | PDF | 15 MB

This book closes the gap between Chemical Reaction Engineering and Fluid Mechanics. It provides the basic theory for momentum, heat and mass transfer in reactive systems. Numerical methods for solving the resulting equations as well as the interplay between physical and numerical modes are discussed.