"Written by engineers for engineers (with over 150 International Editorial Advisory Board members),this highly lauded resource provides up-to-the-minute information on the chemical processes, methods, practices, products, and standards in the chemical, and related, industries. "
Table of Contents
"Fire Extinguishing Chemicals, Walter M. Haessler Fire Safety Design, James D. Soden Fired Heaters, Herbert L. Berman First Aid, Frances M. Love Fischer-Tropsch Synthesis, Bernd Büssemeier, Carl-Dieter Frohning, and Boy Cornils Flammability of Gases and Vapors, W. A. Cunningham Flanges, A. A. Zelnick Flares and Flare System Design, Patrick R. Oenbring Flares and Flare Systems, Costs, William M. Vatavuk and Robert B. Neveril Flash Point and Lower Explosive Limit Estimation, Charles H. Gooding Flavors and Spices, Reynold W. Martin II Flocculation, Stacy L. Daniels Flue Gas Cleaning: Particulate Removal, Jack D. Brady Fluid Catalytic Cracking, Predicting Yield, Bruno P. Castiglioni Fluid Flow, Neil S. Berman Fluid Flow, Crude Oils, Bill Smith Fluid Flow, Gas Flow Pressure Drop, K. Jayaraman Fluid Flow, Measurement, Neil S. Berman Fluid Flow, Natural Gas, P. Mark Hope and R. G. Nelson Fluid Flow, Porous Media, A. L. Pozzi Fluid Flow, Slurry Systems, Nomograph, F. Caplan Fluid Flow, Slurry Systems and Pipelines, R. H. Derammelaere and E. J. Wasp "
"High acclaim from worldwide authoritative journals . . .an ambitious work indeed. . .a valuable addition to many college and industrial libraries. . . . . .highly recommend[ed]. . .to any student of the chemical process industries. . .provides a valuable starting point for any specific design-related project. "
". . .a useful and valuable addition to all technical, professional, and university library collections. "
". . .A wealth of information is presented on a number of processes, each keyword is followed by extensive bibliographies, unit operations are illustrated by practical problems, and case studies are presented of design exercises. "
---Chemistry & Industry
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