Book: Principles, Practice and Economics of Plant and Process Design
Author: GAVIN TOWLER and RAY SINNOTT.
Editor Language: Egnlish
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING DESIGN Principles, Practice, and Economics of Plant and Process Design are rated as a second best book for the Mass transfer design after the R.E Treybal’s book. Mass Transfer: Practice and Practice Principles, Practice and Economics of Plant and Process Design is written by GAVIN TOWLER and RAY SINNOTT.
The book is published under the supervision of PHL Learning Pvt. Ltd in 2017 and can be utilized for undergraduate Chemical Engineers. A book consisting of 1266 pages.
This book covers all essential topics, Principles and processes relate to the mass transfer design. The industrial level process is also included to get a better understanding. After each chapter exercises consist of Numerical and multiple-choice questions are included to test the concepts of the students.
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING DESIGN Principles, Practice, and Economics of Plant and Process Design play a pivotal role in Chemical or process industry because of its influence directly on the output.
So the every Chemical engineer must have complete command over CHEMICAL ENGINEERING DESIGN. The book is distributed in such manner that the main and important principles are covered in initial chapters of the book which creates the suitable base for the complex processes used for mass transfer.
The process topics INTRODUCTION TO DESIGN, FUNDAMENTALS OF MATERIAL BALANCES, FUNDAMENTALS OF ENERGY BALANCES AND ENERGY UTILIZATION, flowsheeting, PIPING, AND INSTRUMENTATION, COSTING AND PROJECT EVALUATION, MATERIALS OF CONSTRUCTION, DESIGN INFORMATION AND DATA, SAFETY AND LOSS PREVENTION.
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING DESIGN Principles, Practice, and Economics of Plant and Process Design can be utilized for Chemical, Pharmaceutical, petrochemical, Biotechnology and Biotechnology industry.
1. Explains the theoretical concepts with the full derivation of equations.
2. Illustrates the application of theory through worked-out numerical examples.
3. Provides exercise problems with answers at the end of each chapter for practice.
A Graphical Symbols for Piping Systems and Plant 1089
B Corrosion Chart 1099
C Physical Property Data Bank 1119
D Conversion Factors for Some Common SI Units 1141
E Design Projects I 1145
F Design Projects II 1165
G Equipment Specification (Data) Sheets 1193
H Typical Shell and Tube Heat Exchanger Tube-Sheet Layouts 1207
I Material Safety Data Sheet 1213