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Principles of Chemical Engineering Processes: Material and Energy Balances
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PRINCIPLES OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING PROCESSES: MATERIAL AND ENERGY BALANCES

HARDBACK BY GHASEM, NAYEF; HENDA, REDHOUANE

£91.00

ISBN
9781482222289
IMPRINT
APPLE ACADEMIC PRESS INC.
 
 
EDITION
2ND REVISED EDITION
PUBLISHER
APPLE ACADEMIC PRESS INC.
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FORMAT
HARDBACK
PAGES
468 pages
PUBLICATION DATE
03 NOV 2014

DESCRIPTION

Principles of Chemical Engineering Processes: Material and Energy Balances introduces the basic principles and calculation techniques used in the field of chemical engineering, providing a solid understanding of the fundamentals of the application of material and energy balances. Packed with illustrative examples and case studies, this book: * Discusses problems in material and energy balances related to chemical reactors * Explains the concepts of dimensions, units, psychrometry, steam properties, and conservation of mass and energy * Demonstrates how MATLAB(R) and Simulink(R) can be used to solve complicated problems of material and energy balances * Shows how to solve steady-state and transient mass and energy balance problems involving multiple-unit processes and recycle, bypass, and purge streams * Develops quantitative problem-solving skills, specifically the ability to think quantitatively (including numbers and units), the ability to translate words into diagrams and mathematical expressions, the ability to use common sense to interpret vague and ambiguous language in problem statements, and the ability to make judicious use of approximations and reasonable assumptions to simplify problems This Second Edition has been updated based upon feedback from professors and students. It features a new chapter related to single- and multiphase systems and contains additional solved examples and homework problems. Educational software, downloadable exercises, and a solutions manual are available with qualifying course adoption.

CONTENTS

Preface Acknowledgments Authors Systems of Units Conversion factors Introduction Definitions of Chemical Engineering Sets of Units and Unit Conversion Conversion of Units Temperature Measurement Temperature Conversion Significant Figures Multiplication, Division, Addition, and Subtraction of Significant Numbers Dimensional Homogeneity Dimensionless Quantities Process and Process Variables Process Flow Sheet Process Unit Process Streams Density, Mass, and Volume Mass and Volumetric Flow Rates Moles and Molecular Weight Compositions of Streams Mass Fraction and Mole Fraction Concentration Pressure Measurement Types of Pressures Standard Temperature and Pressure Pressure-Sensing Devices Process Classification and Material Balance Material and Energy Balances Process Units and Degree of Freedom Analysis Process Units: Basic Functions Divider (Splitter) Mixer (Blender) Dryer (Direct Heating) Filter Distillation Column Multieffect Evaporator Dehumidification Humidifier Leaching and Extraction Absorber (Stripper) Partial Condenser and Flash Separator Flash Separator Crystallizer Reactors Batch Reactor PFRs and PBRs CSTR and Fluidized Bed Reactor Process Flow Diagram Labeling a PFD Degree of Freedom Analysis Possible Outcomes of DFA Independent Equations Multiple-Unit PFD DFA, Multiunit Process Material Balance on Single-Unit Process Introduction to Material Balance Material Balance Fundamentals Mass Balance on Steady-State Processes Stream Specification Basis for Calculation Procedure for Solving Material Balance Problems Multiple-Unit Process Calculations Multiple-Unit Process Degree of Freedom Analysis Recycle, Bypass, Purge, and Makeup Recycle Bypass Purge Makeup Material Balances on Reactive Systems Stoichiometry Basics Stoichiometric Equation Stoichiometric Coefficients Stoichiometric Ratio Limiting Reactant Excess Reactants Fractional Conversion General Material Balance Differential Balance Integral Balance Formulation Approaches of Mass Balance Extent of Reaction Method for a Single Reaction Element or Atomic Balance Method Molecular or Component Balance Approach Extent of Reaction and Multiple Reactions Molecular Species Approach for Multiple Reactions Degree of Freedom Analysis for Reactive Processes Chemical Equilibrium Combustion Reactions Theoretical and Excess Air Multiple-Unit Systems Involving Reaction, Recycle, and Purge Multiple-Unit Process Flowcharts Flow Sheet for Reaction with Recycle Reaction with Product Splitter and Recycle Reaction with Recycle and Purge Degree of Freedom Analysis for Reactive Multiple-Unit Processes Reaction and Multiple-Unit Steady-State Processes Single- and Multiphase Systems Single-Phase Systems Liquid and Solid Densities Ideal Gas Equation of State Gas Density Real Gas Relationships Compressibility Factor (z) Virial Equation of State Van der Waals Equation of State Soave-Redlich-Kwong Equation of State Kay's Mixing Rules Multiphase Systems Phase Diagram Vapor-Liquid Equilibrium Curve Vapor Pressure Estimation Clapeyron Equation Clausius-Clapeyron Equation Cox Chart Antoine Equation Partial Pressure Dalton's Law of Partial Pressures Raoult's Law for a Single Condensable Species Gibbs' Phase Rule Bubble Point, Dew Point, and Critical Point Energy and Energy Balances Energy Balance for Closed and Open Systems Forms of Energy: The First Law of Thermodynamics Energy Balance for a Closed System Energy Balance for an Open System Steam Turbine Heaters and Coolers Compressors Mechanical Energy Balance Bernoulli's Equation Enthalpy Calculations Enthalpy Change as a Result of Temperature Constant Heat Capacity Enthalpy Calculations with Phase Changes Energy Balance for Open Systems with Multiple Inputs and Multiple Outputs Enthalpy Change because of Mixing Energy Balance for Bioprocesses Psychrometric Chart Summary Energy Balance with Reaction Heat of Reaction Heats of Formation and Heat of Combustion Extent of Reaction Reactions in Closed Processes Energy Balance for Reactive Processes Heat of Reaction Method Heat of Formation or Element Balance Method Simultaneous Material and Energy Balances Unknown Process Exit Temperature Combustion Processes Energy Balance in Bioprocesses Energy Balance in Membrane Reactors Summary Simultaneous Material and Energy Balances Material Balances Conversion Yield Selectivity Extent of Reaction (xi) Energy Balances Heat of Reaction Method Heat of Formation Method Concept of Atomic Balances Mathematical Formulation of the Atomic Balance Degree of Freedom Analysis for the Atomic Balance Implementing Recycle on the Separation Process Unsteady-State Material and Energy Balances Unsteady-State Material Balance Unsteady-State Energy Balance Appendices Index *Every chapter includes learning objectives, homework problems, and references.