Process Engineering Problem Solving: Avoiding ""The Problem Went Away, but it Came Back"" Syndrome
Chapter 1: Introduction.
Chapter 2: Limitations to Plant Problem Solving.
Chapter 3: Successful Plant Problem Solving.
Chapter 4: Examples of Plant Problem Solving.
Chapter 5: Formulation of Working Hypotheses.
Chapter 6: Application to Prime Movers.
Chapter 7: Application to Plate Processes
Chapter 8: Application to Kinetically Limited Processes.
Chapter 9: Application to Unsteady State.
Chapter 10: Verification of Data.
Chapter 11: Successful Plant Tests.
Chapter 12: Utilization of Manual Computations.
Chapter 13: Putting it altogether.
Chapter 14: Final Words.
- Gives you a systematic, practical, five-step approach developed specifically to solve process engineering problems
- Details a step-by-step method based on actual, in-plant experiences rather than on abstract theory
- Presents chemical engineering fundamentals from the perspective of the problem solver
- Shows you how to use these chemical engineering fundamentals as a basis for developing technically correct working hypotheses
- Includes real world example problems to illustrate the concepts, techniques, and calculations