Industrial Chemical Process Design

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McGraw-Hill, 2002 - 722 Seiten
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CD-ROM TEACHES HOW TO INCORPORATE VISUAL BASIC INTO YOUR PRACTICE

THE PROBLEM-SOLVING RESOURCE CHEMICAL ENGINEERS AND PROCESS DESIGNERS HAVE BEEN WAITING FOR

Here is a true engineering toolkit, providing clear, step-by-step methodology and customizable Visual Basic software applications that offer quick, accurate solutions to even the most complex problems in process design.

Written by a hands-on industry consultant and packed with 200 illustrations, "Industrial/Chemical Process Design" thoroughly details:
* Sizing and cost estimating equipment
* Chemical optimization
* Commercial distillation
* Estimating cost for modular packages
* Performing operations such as liquid-liquid extraction and gas liquid separation vessel sizing and rating Developing your own needs-specific Visual Basic program
* And much more

For process engineers who want complicated operations and formulas explained in an expert yet easy-to-understand manner and would like to make Visual Basic software work for them, this reference offers benefits - and solutions -- unmatched by any other resource.

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Über den Autor (2002)

DOUGLAS L. ERWIN, P.E. is a practicing process engineer for engineering design and construction companies, major refinery-operating companies, and major chemical product companies. His project assignments have ranged from daily, routine technical services in refineries through the conception of new, complex, first-of-their-type patented processes. His chief quest in engineering practice has been to extend our knowledge beyond commercial process-simulation software, covering the severe technology gaps these packages miss. Process unit operation equipment, design and rating of fractionation equipment, three-phase separation equipment, packaged plant cost analysis, and equipment emergency pressure relief have been his main fields of accomplishment. Since graduating from Lamar University with a BS in chemical engineering in 1956, he has achieved these accomplishments in such locations worldwide as Korea, Saudi Arabia, Indonesia, Peru, Singapore, Canada, Alaska, the United Kingdom, Europe, Africa, Egypt, and the United States. He is a registered Professional Engineer in Texas by written examination. He is accounted by clients worldwide to be an expert consultant on code safety practice, the design and operation of oil and gas production and gas processing plants, and refinery liquid-liquid extraction design and operation.

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