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Introduction to chemical engineering : Tools for today and tomorrow / Kenneth A. Solen, John N. Harb

By: Solen, Kenneth A [autor]
Contributor(s): Harb, John N [autor]
Publisher: United States of America : John Wiley & Sons, ©2011Edition: 5th edDescription: 227 páginas : ilustraciones ; 26 cmContent type: texto Media type: no mediado Carrier type: volumenISBN: 9780470885727Subject(s): Ciencias de los materiales | Control de procesos quimicos | Ingeniería químicaDDC classification: 660.281
Contents:
What is chemical engineering? -- The role of chemical processing. -- Solving engineering problems. -- Describing physical quantities. -- Material balances. -- Spreadsheets. -- Fluid flow. -- Mass transfer. -- Reaction engineering. -- Heat transfer. -- Materials. -- Controlling the process. -- Economics. -- Case studies. -
Summary: This concise book is a broad and highly motivational introduction for first-year engineering students to the exciting of field of chemical engineering. The material in the text is meant to precede the traditional second-year topics. It provides students with, 1) materials to assist them in deciding whether to major in chemical engineering; and 2) help for future chemical engineering majors to recognize in later courses the connections between advanced topics and relationships to the whole discipline. This text, or portions of it, may be useful for the chemical engineering portion of a broader freshman level introduction to engineering course that examines multiple engineering fields.
List(s) this item appears in: Ingeniería Mecánica | Ingeniería Química
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This concise book is a broad and highly motivational introduction for first-year engineering students to the exciting of field of chemical engineering. The material in the text is meant to precede the traditional second-year topics. It provides students with, 1) materials to assist them in deciding whether to major in chemical engineering; and 2) help for future chemical engineering majors to recognize in later courses the connections between advanced topics and relationships to the whole discipline. This text, or portions of it, may be useful for the chemical engineering portion of a broader freshman level introduction to engineering course that examines multiple engineering fields.

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What is chemical engineering? -- The role of chemical processing. -- Solving engineering problems. -- Describing physical quantities. -- Material balances. -- Spreadsheets. -- Fluid flow. -- Mass transfer. -- Reaction engineering. -- Heat transfer. -- Materials. -- Controlling the process. -- Economics. -- Case studies. -

This concise book is a broad and highly motivational introduction for first-year engineering students to the exciting of field of chemical engineering. The material in the text is meant to precede the traditional second-year topics. It provides students with, 1) materials to assist them in deciding whether to major in chemical engineering; and 2) help for future chemical engineering majors to recognize in later courses the connections between advanced topics and relationships to the whole discipline. This text, or portions of it, may be useful for the chemical engineering portion of a broader freshman level introduction to engineering course that examines multiple engineering fields.

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<p>Kenneth A. Solen and John N. Harb are the authors of Introduction to Chemical Engineering: Tools for Today and Tomorrow, 5th Edition, published by Wiley.</p>

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