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Process Engineering: Facts, Fiction and Fables

ISBN: 978-1-119-37027-7
384 pages
April 2017
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This is not your average technical book!  Using a humorous and easy-to-understand approach to solving common process engineering problems, this unique volume is the go-to guide for any veteran or novice engineer in the plant, office, or classroom.  Textbooks are often too theoretical to help the average process engineer solve everyday problems in the plant, and generic handbooks are often out of date and not comprehensive. This guide focuses on the most common problems that every engineer faces and how to solve them.  The “characters” walk the reader through every problem and solution step-by-step, through dialogues that literally occur every day in process plants around the world. 

With over half a century of experience and many books, videos, and seminars to his credit, Norm Lieberman is well-known all over the world and has helped countless companies and engineers through issues with equipment, processes, and training.  This is the first time that this knowledge has appeared in a format like this, quite unlike anything ever published before in books on process engineering. This is a must-have for any engineer working in process engineering.

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Norman P. Lieberman is one of the most well-known and respected process engineers in history. With over 53 years of experience and eight often-quoted and often-used books, he has left and continues to leave a lasting impression on the energy industry. His contribution is considerable, and troubleshooting process problems is the biggest part of his business. With a style that is unique to technical books, he brings a no-nonsense and practical approach to his subjects. Norm's main concept of operation, is "Hope for the best, but plan for the worst."

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