Here is the listing of Best reference books on Introduction to Chemical Engineering.
|1. “Elementary Principles of Chemical Processes” by R.M. Felder and R.W. Rousseau
Book Review: This book helps the readers in gaining a better understanding of chemical processes. The book contains numerous examples and various case studies on commercial processes which increases the clarity. The book also covers examples that deal with the broader spectrum of chemical engineering applications. The book also provides an active learning environment. The book also explores variations in process parameters and sees the effects of their changes on process operations.
|2. “Basic Principles and Calculations in Chemical Engineering” by D.M.Himmelblau
Book Review: This book demonstrates the applications related to chemical, petroleum and environmental engineering. The book also covers advanced concepts related to bioengineering, Nanoengineering and green engineering. The book also guides the students in formulating and solving energy balance problems thereby describing gases, liquids and vapours. The author also introduces efficient, consistent methods for solving problems, analyzing data and gaining a better understanding of modern chemical engineering processes.
|3. “Stoichiometry” by B.I.Bhatt and S.M.Vora
Book Review: The book covers the latest advancements from time to time to incorporate the contemporary changes in the field of stoichiometry. The author explains various stoichiometric concepts with the help of practical and industrial examples rather than just simple hypothetical problems. The book contains examples as well as exercises along with many block diagrams on stoichiometry. The book also uses matrix algebra in solving various problems with mathematical softwares.
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