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Ullmann's Modeling and Simulation

Ullmann's Modeling and Simulation

Wiley-VCH (Editor)

ISBN: 978-3-527-31605-2

Mar 2007

470 pages

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$288.00

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A convenient source of information, tailor-made for engineers, scientists and computational chemists.
Based on the latest online edition of Ullmann's, and containing articles never seen before in print (e.g. a cutting-edge article on "Modeling and Simulation of Microreactors"), this ready reference meets the need for a comprehensive survey of the mathematical fundamentals, complementary computational approaches as well as the application of modeling and simulation in chemistry and engineering.

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Symbols and Units IX

Conversion Factors XI

Abbreviations XII

Country Codes XVII

Periodic Table of Elements XVIII

Mathematics in Chemical Engineering 3

Model Reactors and Their Design Equations 151

Mathematical Modeling 203

Molecular Modeling 307

Molecular Dynamics Simulation 323

Computational Fluid Dynamics 341

Design of Experiments 363

Microreactors – Modeling and Simulation 401

Author Index 443

Subject Index 447

"Since the entire 40-volume Ullmann’s Encyclopedia is inaccessible to many readers ... this handbook condenses all the necessary information." (RFP, 1/2008)