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Chemical Engineering Solutions to the Problems by J. R. Backhurst
Every of the volumes of the Chemical Engineering Sequence contains numerical examples to illustrate the software of the concept offered in the textual content. As well as, at the finish of every quantity, there’s a choice of issues which the reader is invited to clear up so as to consolidate his (or her) understanding of the rules and to achieve a greater appreciation of the order of magnitude of the portions concerned. Many readers who would not have prepared entry to help have expressed the need for options manuals to be accessible.
This guide, which is a successor to the previous Quantity 5, is an try to fulfill this demand so far as the issues in Volumes 2 and 3 are involved. It ought to be appreciated that the majority engineering issues would not have distinctive options, and so they also can typically be solved utilizing quite a lot of completely different approaches. If subsequently the reader arrives at a special reply from that in the guide, it doesn’t essentially imply that it’s incorrect. This version of the Solutions Guide which relates to the fifth version of Quantity 2 and to the third version of Quantity 3 incorporates many new issues.
There could subsequently be some mismatch with earlier editions and, as the volumes are being regularly revised, they’ll simply get out-of-step with one another. None of the authors claims to be infallible, and it’s inevitable that errors will happen from time to time. These will turn into obvious to readers who use the guide. We have now been very grateful in the previous to those that have identified errors which have then been corrected in later editions. It’s hoped that the current era of readers will show to be equally useful!
This books provides the student of chemical engineering with fully worked solutions to the problems posed in Chemical Engineering Volume 2 ‘Particle Technology and Separation Processes’ 5th Edition, and Chemical Engineering Volume 3 ‘Chemical and Biochemical Reactors & Process Control’ 3rd Edition. Whilst the main volumes contains illustrative worked examples throughout the text, this book contains answers to the more challenging questions posed at the end of each chapter in the main texts. These questions are of both a standard and non-standard nature, and so will prove to be of interest to both academic staff teaching courses in this area and to the keen student.
• Table of Contents
• Interactive Graphs Table (64) •Solutions to Problems in Volume 2 Section 2-1. Particulate Solids
Section 2-2. Particle Size Reduction and Enlargement
Section 2-3. Motion of Particles in a Fluid
Section 2-4. Flow of Fluids through Granular Beds and Packed Columns
Section 2-5. Sedimentation
Section 2-6. Fluidisation
Section 2-7. Liquid Filtration
Section 2-8. Membrane Separation Processes
Section 2-9. Centrifugal Separations
Section 2-10. Leaching
Section 2-11. Distillation
Section 2-12. Absorption of Gases
Section 2-13. Liquid-Liquid Extraction
Section 2-14 Evaporation
Section 2-15. Crystallisation
Section 2-16. Drying
Section 2-17. Adsorption
Section 2-18. Ion Exchange
Section 2-19. Chromatographic Separations
•Solutions to Problems in Volume 3 Section 3-1. Reactor Design – General Principles
Section 3-2. Flow Characteristics of Reactors – Flow Modelling
Section 3-3. Gas-Solid Reactions and Reactors
Section 3-4. Gas-Liquid and Gas-Liquid-Solid Reactors
Section 3-5. Biochemical Reaction Engineering
Section 3-7. Process Control
Coulson and Richardson’s Chemical Engineering Volume 5 – Solutions to the Problems in Chemical Engineering from Volume 2 and Volume 3
Author(s): Richardson J.F., Backhurst J.R., Harker J.H.
Publisher: Просвещение, Year: 2001
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