1. Advanced Mass Transfer
|1."Mass Transfer: Advanced Aspects" by Nakajima H|
“Mass Transfer: Advanced Aspects” Book Review: This book is intended for individuals involved in scientific research, as well as students studying mechanical, energy, environmental, materials, bio, and chemical engineering. It is divided into several parts, each covering different sub-topics related to mass transfer. These sub-topics include mass transfer between stars, macroscopic gas-liquid, electrochemistry, electrochemical impedance, spectroscopy, particles formation using supercritical fluids, electrospark deposition, and microdroplets for the study of mass transfer. The book is organized into different sections, with the first section focusing on the theoretical and scientific aspects of mass transfer. The second section covers mechanical engineering aspects, while the third section covers topics related to energy and environmental engineering. The fourth section is devoted to materials engineering, the fifth section covers bioengineering, and the final section covers topics related to chemical engineering.
|2."Advanced Heat and Mass Transfer" by Amir Faghri and Yuwen Zhang|
“Advanced Heat and Mass Transfer” Book Review: The book covers the subject of advanced heat and mass transfer and encompasses various topics, such as integral equations, differential equations, and formulas related to transport phenomena. In addition, the book explores the modern applications of heat and mass transfer in various fields, including nanotechnology, biotechnology, energy, and material processing. The text provides examples and problems to illustrate these applications. Furthermore, the book covers topics such as porous media, micro-scale heat transfer, and multi-phase, multi-component systems. It also delves into all forms of phase changes, including boiling, condensation, melting, solidification, sublimation, and vapor deposition. Overall, the book serves as a comprehensive guide to advanced heat and mass transfer.
|3."Heat and Mass Transfer in Porous Media (Advanced Structured Materials)" by J M P Q Delgado|
“Heat and Mass Transfer in Porous Media (Advanced Structured Materials)” Book Review: This book is intended for students in chemical, civil, agricultural, and mechanical engineering. It covers the physical and chemical aspects of heat and mass transfer, including both theoretical concepts and practical applications that will be beneficial for students. While it discusses various topics, the book primarily focuses on advanced Mass and Heat Transfer. Each chapter concludes with a concise summary.
|4."Numerical Analysis of Heat and Mass Transfer in Porous Media (Advanced Structured Materials)" by ANTONIO GILSON BARBOSA DE LIMA and J M P Q Delgado|
“Numerical Analysis of Heat and Mass Transfer in Porous Media (Advanced Structured Materials)” Book Review: This book provides an extensive exploration of heat and mass transfer in porous media, with a particular focus on numerical transport phenomena and their real-world applications. It covers the latest theoretical and computational advancements in this field, making it an ideal resource for scientists, researchers, and engineers in areas such as chemical, civil, agricultural, and mechanical engineering. The book includes multiple chapters that delve into both the theoretical foundations and practical implementations of these concepts.
|5."Advanced in Mach-Zehnder Interferometer to Study Heat and Mass Transfer" by Amirhossein Ahadi|
“Advanced in Mach-Zehnder Interferometer to Study Heat and Mass Transfer” Book Review: This book offers an in-depth analysis of both theoretical and experimental models in the context of heat and mass transfer phenomena. It focuses on exploring the coupling between these two processes and covers a range of topics, including parallelepiped cavity, thermodiffusion phenomenon, and more. The book also delves into two experiments: one involving refractive index changes due to temperature variation, and another involving refractive index changes due to the separation of components. Additionally, the book presents an advanced discussion on the development of a theoretical approach and experimental method to estimate the appropriate thermal time for conducting the experiment.
|6."Heat Transfer in Multi-Phase Materials (Advanced Structured Materials)" by Graeme E Murch and Öchsner|
“Heat Transfer in Multi-Phase Materials (Advanced Structured Materials)” Book Review: This book is primarily intended for students of chemical, nuclear, mechanical, and aeronautical engineering. It explains the physical processes and mechanisms that cause heat transfer in composite and cellular materials. The book is divided into three parts: the first part covers composite materials, the second part covers porous and cellular materials, and the final part covers the appearance of a conjoint solid phase and fluid aggregate.
|7."Principles of Mass Transfer and Separation Processes" by Dutta B K|
“Principles of Mass Transfer and Separation Processes” Book Review: This book is designed for students of chemical engineering, chemical technology, and biochemical engineering. It covers the principles of both diffusion and convective mass transfer, as well as the separation processes commonly used in chemical industries, each in its own chapter. The book also includes information on humidification and water cooling, as well as an example of equipment design and sizing procedures. To assist students, the book includes numerous solved examples, applications of theory, multiple choice questions, and end-of-chapter exercises.
|8."Mass Transfer: Theory and Practice" by Anantharaman|
“Mass Transfer: Theory and Practice” Book Review: This book is designed for undergraduate students in chemical, pharmaceutical, petrochemical engineering, as well as biotechnology and industrial biotechnology. It provides information on mass transfer and discusses the principles involved in analyzing a process and applying the desired mass transfer operation to separate the components. The book covers a variety of operations, including diffusion, interphase mass transfer, humidification, drying, crystallization, absorption, distillation, extraction, leaching, and adsorption. Additionally, it explains the principles and equipment used for different mass transfer operations and includes exercise problems with answers at the end of each chapter for practice.
|9."Heat and Mass Transfer: Fundamentals and Applications (SIE)" by Yunus A Cengel|
“Heat and Mass Transfer: Fundamentals and Applications (SIE)” Book Review: This book is an ideal textbook for undergraduate students in chemical and mechanical engineering. The book provides comprehensive coverage of the principles of heat and mass transfer, including conduction, convection, and radiation. It also discusses important applications of these principles such as heat exchangers, evaporators, and cooling towers. The book includes numerous examples, chapter summaries, and end-of-chapter problems with solutions.
2. Chemical Kinetics and Mass Transfer
|1."Analytic Combustion: with Thermodynamics, Chemical Kinetics and Mass Transfer" by Date|
“Analytic Combustion: with Thermodynamics, Chemical Kinetics and Mass Transfer” Book Review: The book focuses on the fundamental concepts of combustion and provides practical guidance for equipment design and performance evaluation. It covers topics such as thermodynamics, heat and mass transfer, chemical kinetics, and fluid dynamics. The content is beneficial for students and professionals in mechanical, aeronautical, and chemical engineering. It includes design steps and problem-solving techniques. The book also contains numerous examples, worked problems, and answers to enhance the reader’s understanding of the concepts.
|2."Carbon Dioxide Thermodynamics, Kinetics, and Mass Transfer" by Associate Professor XI Chen|
“Carbon Dioxide Thermodynamics, Kinetics, and Mass Transfer” Book Review: The book covers fundamental concepts in carbon dioxide thermodynamics, kinetics, and mass transfer. It presents a range of solvents with desirable properties for CO2 absorption, such as high capacity and fast mass transfer rate. Additionally, the book provides a thermodynamic model, developed using the Electrolyte Nonrandom Two-Liquid model and vapor-liquid-equilibrium and liquid speciation data for a selected amine solvent. Furthermore, the book includes a rate-based model that represents lab-scale mass transfer rate data.
|3."Mass Transfer Kinetics of Co2 Into Concentrated Aqueous Mea" by Ying Jiru|
“Mass Transfer Kinetics of Co2 Into Concentrated Aqueous Mea” Book Review: The book provides a discussion on global warming, as well as various regulations on carbon dioxide emission across the world. It also explores the history of monoethanolamine (MEA) and elaborates on methods used to enhance the concentration of MEA in aqueous solutions up to 30 mass % for the CO2 capture process. In addition, the book offers advice on how to decrease energy consumption and increase efficiency in the current MEA process for CO2 capture.
|4."Non-Linear Mass Transfer and Hydrodynamic Stability" by C B Boyadjiev and V N Babak|
“Non-Linear Mass Transfer and Hydrodynamic Stability” Book Review: The book discusses the impact of non-linear mass transfer kinetics on hydrodynamic stability in systems with intensive interphase mass transfer, chemically reacting systems, and electrochemical systems with high current density. It comprises five parts, with the first covering non-linear mass transfer, the second discussing non-linear mass transfer in high current density electrochemical systems, and the third covering non-linear mass transfer in chemically reacting systems. The fourth part is dedicated to chemical reaction kinetics in stationary two-phase systems with arbitrary contact time, while the fifth part covers the effects of concentration gradients.
|5."Mass Transfer and Kinetics of Ion Exchange" by L Liberti and F G Helfferich|
“Mass Transfer and Kinetics of Ion Exchange” Book Review: The book covers the use of ion-exchange processes for treating highly dilute solutions and the evolution of quantitative models for ion-exchange kinetics. It provides an explanation of the transport characteristics of different species and their interactions in solid ion-exchange membranes. Additionally, the book discusses various transport processes and related phenomena in membrane-solution systems, including ion migration, electroosmosis, diffusion, self-diffusion, osmosis, and hydraulic flow.
3. Mass Transfer Operations
|1."Diffusion: Mass Transfer in Fluid Systems" by E L Cussler|
Book Review: This book comprehensively discusses diffusion and separation processes and provides a strong understanding of chemical purification and reaction engineering. Additionally, it emphasizes the dispersion of pollutants and includes numerous work examples that are helpful to engineers and professionals. The book also covers some concepts related to biology and medicine.
|2."Mass Transfer Operations" by Robert E Treybal|
“Mass Transfer Operations” Book Review: The book provides a comprehensive overview of mass transfer fundamentals and is highly recommended for students studying the subject. It serves to familiarize students with the topics and strengthen their understanding. The book offers numerous examples, thinking and writing activities, as well as multiple problems and questions that aid in the elucidation of concepts.
|3."An Introduction to Mass Transfer Operations for Chemical Engineers" by Cecil Coutinho|
“An Introduction to Mass Transfer Operations for Chemical Engineers” Book Review: This book is a comprehensive guide to mass transfer operations that caters to the needs of chemical engineers and practitioners in the field. It covers the fundamental concepts of mass transfer operations and their diverse applications in crude oil refining, petrochemical separation, and extraction processes.
|4."Mass Transfer Operations for the Practicing Engineer" by Louis Theodore|
“Mass Transfer Operations for the Practicing Engineer” Book Review: The book offers an engineering perspective on the concepts and applications of mass transfer operations and is recommended for practicing engineers. It is divided into two parts, with the first part addressing engineering problems and their applications to mass transfer operations. The second part covers conventional mass transfer operations, including distillation, absorption and stripping, and adsorption, as well as novel mass transfer processes. The text also includes numerous examples and solved problems for readers to reference.
|5."Principles and Modern Applications of Mass Transfer Operations" by Jaime Benitez|
“Principles and Modern Applications of Mass Transfer Operations 2nd edition” Book Review: The book primarily focuses on the application of computational concepts to mass transfer operations and is recommended for undergraduate students studying the subject, as well as researchers and university faculty. It covers a range of problems in mass transfer operations using various computational software, including Mathcad, Matlab, and Aspen Graphics. At the end of each chapter, readers can find numerous exercises and problems to further enhance their understanding. The book covers several topics, including convective mass transfer, interphase mass transfer, absorption and stripping, distillation, and liquid-liquid extraction.
|6."Unit Operations: Heat and Mass Transfer" by K A Gavhane|
|7."MASS TRANSFER - PRINCIPLES AND OPERATIONS" by SINHA|
“Mass Transfer – Principles and Operations” Book Review: This book is a comprehensive guide on the principles and practical applications of mass transfer operations in the process industry. It is an ideal reference for students pursuing undergraduate or postgraduate courses in this field. The book commences by explaining the fundamental concepts of molecular diffusion in gases, liquids, and solids. It then proceeds to delve into more intricate topics such as interphase mass transfer, separation processes for gas-liquid, liquid-liquid, solid-gas, and solid-liquid systems, as well as the design requirements of gas-liquid equipment. The text also includes a variety of examples and applications, as well as problem sets with answers.
|8."Principles and Modern Applications of Mass Transfer Operations" by Jaime Benitez|
“Principles and Modern Applications of Mass Transfer Operations 3rd edition” by Jaime Benitez Book Review: The book emphasizes computational concepts in mass transfer operations and targets undergraduate students, researchers, and university faculty. The latest edition includes updated information on membrane separations, chromatography, adsorptive processes, and ion exchange. It also discusses computational software like Mathcad. The book features numerous worked problems and exercises for practice.