Process Plants Simulation Books

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We have compiled the list of Top 10 Best Reference Books on Process Plants Simulation subject. These books are used by students of top universities, institutes and colleges. Here is the full list of top 10 best books on Process Plants Simulation along with reviews.

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1. “Process Plant Simulation” by B V Babu

“Process Plant Simulation” Book Review: This book is helpful for the students of chemical engineers as well as for the courses of modeling and simulation. It provides various approaches and principles for engineering systems. It focuses on the topic related to process plant simulation. It covers discussion on concepts of modeling, optimization, data regression and convergence promotion. The book also covers explanations of decomposition in networks, and equation solving approaches. It contains various optimization techniques and mathematical methods used in computer aided design (CAD).

2. “Modelling and Simulation of Power Generation Plants (Advances in Industrial Control)” by Andrzej W Ordys and A W Pike

“Modelling and Simulation of Power Generation Plants (Advances in Industrial Control)” Book Review: The book is helpful for the students and professionals interested in the study of modeling and simulation. It involves methods and processes in large scale industrial systems. Traditional tools used to improve the efficiency and feasibility of the system designs are also explained. It covers steady state analysis and energy balance in large scale system designs. It explains the importance of simulation and dynamic model in global process operations. The book describes advancement of graphical user interface (GUI) and icon based simulation in hardware platforms. It contains examples of click together blocks from libraries of process units.

3. “Modeling, Control, and Optimization of Natural Gas Processing Plants” by Saeid Mokhatab and William A Poe

“Modeling, Control, and Optimization of Natural Gas Processing Plants” Book Review: This book is helpful for the students and researchers involved in the study of natural gas. It includes developments and challenges in the natural gas industry. Concepts of temperature, throughput capacities and pressure are explained to optimize plant efficiency and performance. It provides guidance by combining optimization and control strategies in modeling. It also contains descriptions on various feed gas compositions and multivariable control equipment. The book also covers tools helpful in maximizing the value of natural gas produced. It contains recent algorithms, practical case studies and softwares involved in the natural gas industry.

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4. “Towards an Integrated Use of Simulation Within the Life-Cycle of a Process Plant (Berichte aus der Automatisierungstechnik)” by Mathias Oppelt
5. “Plant Contamination: Modeling and Simulation of Organic Chemical Processes” by Craig Mc Farlane and Stefan Trapp

“Plant Contamination: Modeling and Simulation of Organic Chemical Processes” Book Review: This book is meant for the undergraduate and postgraduate students of Chemical Engineering and Biochemistry. It is also helpful for those who are involved in processing, simulation and modeling. It includes demonstrating the anatomical and physiological principles of plants. Various chemical and physical factors for determining translocation, accumulation, uptake and metabolism of anthropogenic chemicals are also discussed. In addition, different methods and models used for estimation of environmental chemical behavior in the processes are involved.

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