Here is the listing of Best reference books on Chemical Process Design.
|1. “Conceptual Design of Chemical Processes” by J. Douglas
Book Review: This book explains various concepts that underlie process design. The book makes use of case studies to explain different concepts with the help of realistic design problems. The book also has many shortcut methods thereby allowing engineers to understand the design procedure quickly and easily. The book also deals with the utility systems design so demonstrate the interactions between processes and utility systems.
|2. “Chemical Process Design” by R. Smith
Book Review: This book demonstrates the design and integration of chemical processes thereby stressing on the conceptual issues that are needed for process creation. The book stresses on the design and step selection as individual operations. The book helps the designers understand disadvantages of the methods used in chemical process design. The book also includes derivation of design equations. The book is a good guide to chemical process design and integration and is suitable for chemical engineering students at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels.
|3. “Strategy of Process Engineering” by D.F. Rudd and C.C. Watson|
|4. “An Introduction to Chemical Engineering Design” by R.K. Sinnot|
|5. “Systematic Methods of Chemical Process Design” by L.T. Biegler, E.I. Grossmann, and A.W. Westerberg|
|6. ” Process Design: Synthesis, Intensification, and Integration of Chemical Processes” by Helmut Mothes|
|7. “Chemical Process Equipment Design” by Richard A. Turton and Joseph A. Shaeiwitz|
|8. “Process Design for Chemical Engineers” by Frank Yu|
|9. ” Chemical Process Equipment Design” by P. D. Kulkarni|
|10. “Analysis, Synthesis and Design of Chemical Processes” by N.D. Turton|
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