Here is the listing of Best reference books on Advanced Reaction Engineering.
|1. “Chemical Reactor Analysis and Design” by Froment F.G. and Bischof, K.B
Book Review: This is a very good textbook on chemical reaction engineering and explains both the basic concepts as well as fundamental principles along with applications thereby stressing on the real world aspects of industrial practice. The book also covers all computer modeling concepts along with many worked out examples. The book also focuses on the real world aspects of industrial processes. The book also contains many case studies that demonstrate theoretical applications.
|2. “Chemical Reactor Analysis and Design Fundamentals” by Rawlings J.B. and Ekerdt J.G
Book Review: This is a very good textbook in chemical engineering for graduate and undergraduate students in the field of reactor design and reaction engineering courses. The book provides introduction to material balance models for different types of reactors like batch, plug flow and continuous stirred tank reactors. The book provides graphs so that the readers can visualize the concepts and analyze the behavior of the reactors. Every chapter contains numerous problems along with step by step solution for them.
|3. “Chemical and Catalytic Reaction Engineering” by Carberry J.J
Book Review: This book enables the readers studying chemical engineering to manage chemical reactions thereby examining the behavior of chemical reactions as well as chemical reactors. The book also covers conservation equations for reactors and contains chapters on heterogeneous reactors, fluid solid reaction systems, heterogeneous catalysis, catalytic kinetics, diffusion, heterogeneous catalysis and heterogeneous reactor design.
|4. “Chemical Reaction Engineering” by Levenspiel O.
Book Review: This book enables the readers to understand the concepts of chemical reaction engineering thereby answering the questions on them effectively. The book also stresses on simple design methods, graphical procedures, capability comparison of major reactor types and many more. The book also explains the reason behind why assumptions are made and also explains the pros and cons of many techniques that are applied to real situations. The readers should have prior knowledge of elementary calculus and first order differential equation.
|5. “Chemical Engineering Kinetics” by Smith J.M|
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