Shara Wankat pdf, by Phillip C. Share a link to All Resources. English Book Synopsis none. Instructors, you may still place orders with your bookstore. Starts with flash distillation, then leads into binary multistage distillation and then into multicomponent distillation.
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The author explains key separation process with exceptional clarity, realistic examples, and end-of-chapter simulation exercises using Aspen Plus. The book starts by reviewing core concepts, such as equilibrium and unit operations; then introduces a step-by-step process for solving separation problems. Next, it introduces each leading processes, including advanced processes such as membrane separation, adsorption, and chromatography. For each process, the author presents essential principles, techniques, and equations, as well as detailed examples.
Coverage includes Detailed problems with real data, organized in a common format for easier understanding Modular simulation exercises that support courses taught with simulators without creating confusion in courses that do not use them Extensive new coverage of membrane separations, including gas permeation, reverse osmosis, ultrafiltration, pervaporation, and key applications A detailed introduction to adsorption, chromatography and ion exchange: everything students need to understand advanced work in these areas Discussions of standard equilibrium stage processes, including flash distillation, continuous column distillation, batch distillation, absorption, stripping, and extraction Synopsis This volume provides concise, complete, single-volume coverage of the full spectrum of techniques for chemical separations, and focuses on a modern approach that integrates classical solutions with computer methods.
Provides complete coverage of distillation, absorption, and extraction methods; and explains stage-by-stage techniques, matrix methods, and short-cut methods. About the Author Phillip C. Wankat is Clifton L. In , he was named Walter L. Table of Contents.
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