Basic Principles and Calculations in Chemical Engineering by David M. Himmelblau
Prentice-Hall International Series in the Physical and Chemical Engineering Sciences
Prentice Hall | 1989 | ISBN: 013066572X| 753 pages | PDF | 22.9 Mb
For first and required introductory course taken by all undergraduate chemical engineering majors.
Self-contained in approach, it provides all necessary background information on units and measurement, physical properties, basic laws about the behavior of gases, liquids, and solids, and some basic mathematical tools.
This student-friendly introduction to the principles and calculations used in the field of chemical, petroleum, and environmental engineering is designed to help students:
1) develop systematic problem-solving skills,
2) learn what material balances are, how to formulate, apply, and solve them,
3) learn what energy balances are and how to apply them,
4) learn how to deal with the complexity of big problems.
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