This book shows (a) the problems chemical engineers have to solve, (b) the type of programs they use to solve them, and (c) how they check to be sure they have solved them correctly. This is done in the context of how contemporary students learn -- minimal reading, just-in-time learning, with lots of computer usage. The programs demonstrated here are Excel, MATLAB, AspenPlus, and FEMLAB. 1. Introduction. 2. Equations of State. 3. Vapor-liquid Equilibrium. 4. Chemical Reaction Equilibrium. 5. Mass Balances with Recycle Streams. 6. Simulation of Mass Transfer Equipment. 7. Process Simulation. 8. Chemical Reactors. 9. Transport Process in One Dimension. 10. Fluid Flow in Two and Three Dimensions. 11. Convective Diffusion Equation in Two and Three Dimensions.

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PublisherJohn Wiley
Publish YearJanuary 2010