Best Reference Books – Design of Aquacultural Facilities and Equipment

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

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1. “Aquatic Systems Engineering: Devices and How They Function” by Pedro Ramon Escobal
2. “Chemical and Process Plant Commissioning Handbook: A Practical Guide to Plant System and Equipment Installation and Commissioning” by Martin Killcross

“Chemical and Process Plant Commissioning Handbook” Book Review: This book is essential for engineers in the chemical process and process plant sectors, or for those refreshing their skills in this area because it includes commissioning process checklists that comply with industry standard best practice which readers can use and adapt for their own situations, critical safety assessment and inspection regimes necessary to ensure that new plants are compliant with OSH(A) and environmental requirements. It is a source to prepare a systematic methodology for converting a newly constructed plant, as well as streamlining equipment into an operational process unit.

3. “Surface Production Operations, Volume 1: Design of Oil Handling Systems and Facilities” by Maurice Stewart and Ken E Arnold

“Surface Production Operations, Volume 1” Book Review: This book has fundamentals of surface production operations taking up topics from the oilfield, surface production operations, from the production stage to the process stage with applications to process and production engineers, necessary and endemic to production and process engineers, coverage of hydrocarbon characteristics, the different kinds of reservoirs, and impurities in crude. It is more useful as it includes various easy-to-read figures, charts, tables, and photos that clearly explain how to design, specify, and operate oilfield surface production facilities.

4. “Design Guides for Radioactive Material Handling Facilities and Equipment” by D R Doman
5. “Materials Selection for Refineries and Associated Facilities” by R A White and E F Ehmke
6. “Fundamentals of Aquacultural Engineering” by Lawson T B

“Fundamentals of Aquacultural Engineering” Book Review: Aquaculture is the science and technology of balanced support from the biological and engi­ producing aquatic plants and animals. It is important to draw upon the ex­ of aquaculture in helping to meet the world’s pertise of biologists, engineers, chemists, econ­ food shortages has become more recently ap­ omists, food technologists, marketing special­ parents, lawyers, and others. It is believed that logical studies indicate that the maximum sus­ this trend will continue as aquaculture product tainable yield of marine species through the tion becomes more and more intensive in order for the producer to squeeze as much product as harvest of wild stock is 100 million metric tons per year. Studies show that we are possible out of a given parcel of land and rapidly heading towards maximum sustainability. Although many aquaculture books exist, few yields of the world’s oceans and major freshwa­ explore the engineering aspects of aquaculture ter bodies per capita consumption of fishery production.

7. “Trading the Silver Seed: Local knowledge and market moralities in aquacultural development” by David Lewis and Geoffrey D Wood

“Trading the Silver Seed: Local knowledge and market moralities in aquacultural development” Book Review: This book includes 3 main themes. First, analyse rural society through the trading activities necessary in aquaculture rather than trying to understand rural society through different sets of actors involved in agricultural production. Second, have practical implications and show how it is possible to build on existing relationships and technologies and facilitate innovative poverty-focused strategies. Third, the study of the fish trading network demonstrates that a preoccupation with high technology quick fix solutions in development may overlook the indigenous problem-solving strategies of local people and documents a particularly striking example.

8. “Small Scale Depuration of Aquacultural Fresh Water Fish” by Anyiam Chukwudum and Ezeama Chidi

“Small Scale Depuration of Aquacultural FreshWater Fish” Book Review: This book comprise of bacterial quality of the fish samples, its habitat and UV treated water used for fish treatment during depuration were also investigated, the physicochemical properties (pH, temperature, salinity, turbidity and dissolved oxygen) of the habitat. The fish samples were treated in a constructed small scale depuration system and initial fish weight before and after depuration were analyzed. Total plate count of the fish samples were determined and isolated before and after depuration.

9. “Aquacultural Engineering” by Fredrick W Wheaton

“Aquacultural Engineering” Book Review: Aquaculture is the production, processing, and marketing of biological organisms from aquatic systems. It is an expensive practice and requires long-term dedications which can only be afforded by developed countries. The book emphasises on exploring the technological advancement in the field of aquaculture engineering in an authoritative and concise manner, properties of water energy in aquatic systems oxygen carbon dioxide and other gases nutrients in aquatic systems modified systems water supply for aquacultural enterprises fluids water flow and level instrumentation pumps ponds, tanks and other impounding structures filtration disinfection aeration. It serves wide readers including practicing aquacultural engineers, biologists, hatchery managers, aquaculturists and other concerned fishery experts, researchers, and academicians. It is a rich source as it has numerous tables, flow charts, line diagrams and colored photographs or illustrations to enhance the learning of complex aquacultural mechanisms and brevity, conciseness, readable format and easy accessibility of key information will facilitate the users. The aquaculture engineering experts and students or researchers may use this as a reference for practical and theoretical knowledge of aquacultural engineering.

10. “Aquacultural engineering” by Pradeep Shrivastava and Abha Swarup

“Aquacultural engineering” Book Review: The content of this book involves introduction about aquaculture engineering, elements of culture, aquaculture of crustaceans, aquaculture of molluscs, pearl industry, aquaculture of shellfish, tool and techniques in fisheries, fish as a food source, aquaculture of fishes, edible fish, fish industry, edible marine fish, aquaculture of milkfish, aquaculture of caviar and fish roe and edible seafood.

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