Introduction to Chemical Processes: Principles, Analysis, Synthesis is intended for use in an introductory, one-semester course for students in chemical engineering and related disciplines. This title strives to give students a flavor of how chemical processes convert raw materials to useful products and provides students with an appreciation for the ways in which chemical engineers make decisions and balance constraints to come up with new processes and products. The new edition of this title is available in Connect with SmartBook, including End of Chapter content. Instructor Resources include: Instructor Solutions Manual, Textbook Images, and Sample Syllabi.
2 Process Flows: Variables, Diagrams, Balances
3 Mathematical Analysis of Material Balance Equations and Process Flow Sheets
4 Synthesis and Analysis of Reactor Flow Sheets
5 Why Reactors Aren’t Perfect: Reaction Equilibrium and Reaction Kinetics
6 Selection of Separation Technologies and Synthesis of Separation Flow Sheets
7 Equilibrium-Based Separation Technologies
8 Process Energy Calculations and Synthesis of Safe and Efficient Energy Flow Sheets
9 A Process Energy Sampler
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