A WORKING GUIDE TO PROCESS EQUIPMENT by Norman Lieberman & Elizabeth Lieberman
A WORKING GUIDE TO PROCESS EQUIPMENT PDF
How Trays Work-Flooding. How Trays Work–Dumping.
Why Control Tower Pressure. What Drives Distillation Towers. How Do Reboilers Work. How Instruments Work. Packed Towers–
Better Than Trays? Steam and Condensate Systems. Bubble Points–Dew Points. Steam Strippers. Draw-Off Nozzle Hydraulics. Pumparound and Tower Heat Flows. Condensers and Tower Pressure Control. Air Coolers.
De-Aerators and Steam Systems. Steam Jet Ejectors–Vacuum Systems. Steam Turbines. Surface Condensers. Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers. Fired Heaters–Fire and Flue Gas Side. Process Side. Fired Heaters–Process. Refrigeration Systems.
Centrifugal Pumps–Fundamentals of Operation. Centrifugal Pumps–Driver Limits. Centrifugal Pumps–Suction Pressure Limited. Separators–Vapor-Hydrocarbon-Water. Gas Compression. Centrifigual Compressors and Surge. Reciprocating Compressors. Compressor Efficiency. Safety Equipment.
McGraw-Hill 425 pages
A WORKING GUIDE TO PROCESS EQUIPMENT
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