Unit Operations in Chemical Engineering / Edition 5

Unit Operations in Chemical Engineering / Edition 5

by Warren L. McCabe, Peter Harriott, Julian Smith, Peter Harriott
     
 

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ISBN-10: 0070448442

ISBN-13: 9780070448445

Pub. Date: 02/28/1993

Publisher: McGraw-Hill Higher Education

This text contains much updated and new material in new areas such as fool processing,electronics,and biochemical applications. It is a text written for undergraduate students in the junior or senior years. An elementary knowledge of material and energy balances and of thermodynamic principle is assumed.

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This text contains much updated and new material in new areas such as fool processing,electronics,and biochemical applications. It is a text written for undergraduate students in the junior or senior years. An elementary knowledge of material and energy balances and of thermodynamic principle is assumed.

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ISBN-13:
9780070448445
Publisher:
McGraw-Hill Higher Education
Publication date:
02/28/1993
Series:
McGraw-Hill Chemical Engineering Series
Edition description:
Older Edition
Pages:
1130
Product dimensions:
8.50(w) x 10.79(h) x 2.01(d)

Table of Contents

Preface xix
Section 1 Introduction
1(24)
Definitions and Principles
3(22)
Unit Operations
4(1)
Unit Systems
5(11)
Physical Quantities
5(1)
SI Units
5(4)
Cgs Units
9(1)
Gas Constant
10(1)
Fps Engineering Units
11(1)
Conversion of Units
12(2)
Units and Equations
14(2)
Dimensional Analysis
16(2)
Basic Concepts
18(2)
Equations of State of Gases
18(2)
Symbols
20(2)
Problems
22(1)
References
23(2)
Section 2 Fluid Mechanics
25(260)
Fluid Statics and Its Applications
27(15)
Symbols
39(1)
Problems
40(1)
References
41(1)
Fluid-Flow Phenomena
42(22)
Turbulence
48(13)
Symbols
61(1)
Problems
62(1)
References
62(2)
Basic Equations of Fluid Flow
64(19)
Symbols
81(1)
Problems
82(1)
References
82(1)
Flow of Incompressible Fluids in Conduits and Thin Layers
83(37)
Flow of Incompressible Fluids in Pipes
83(29)
Laminar Flow in Pipes
86(6)
Turbulent Flow in Pipes and Closed Channels
92(20)
Flow of Liquids in Thin Layers
112(3)
Symbols
115(2)
Problems
117(2)
References
119(1)
Flow of Compressible Fluids
120(23)
Processes of Compressible Flow
125(14)
Flow through Variable-Area Conduits
126(7)
Adiabatic Frictional Flow
133(4)
Isothermal Frictional Flow
137(2)
Symbols
139(2)
Problems
141(1)
References
142(1)
Flow Past Immersed Bodies
143(38)
Friction in Flow through Beds of Solids
151(4)
Motion of Particles through Fluids
155(10)
Fluidization
165(12)
Symbols
177(1)
Problems
178(2)
References
180(1)
Transportation and Metering of Fluids
181(54)
Pipe, Fittings, and Valves
181(7)
Fluid-moving Machinery
188(26)
Pumps
189(4)
Positive-Displacement Pumps
193(2)
Centrifugal Pumps
195(9)
Fans, Blowers, and Compressors
204(10)
Measurement of Flowing Fluids
214(17)
Full-Bore Meters
215(14)
Insertion Meters
229(2)
Symbols
231(2)
Problems
233(1)
References
234(1)
Agitation and Mixing of Liquids
235(50)
Agitation of Liquids
236(7)
Circulation, Velocities, and Power Consumption in Agitated Vessels
243(14)
Blending and Mixing
257(7)
Suspension of Solid Particles
264(5)
Dispersion Operations
269(10)
Symbols
279(2)
Problems
281(1)
References
282(3)
Section 3 Heat Transfer and Its Applications
285(640)
Heat Transfer by Conduction
289(20)
Steady-State Conduction
292(7)
Unsteady-State Conduction
299(7)
Symbols
306(1)
Problems
307(1)
References
308(1)
Principles of Heat Flow in Fluids
309(21)
Energy Balances
313(2)
Rate of Heat Transfer
315(13)
Overall Heat-Transfer Coefficient
315(4)
Individual Heat-Transfer Coefficients
319(8)
Effective Coefficients for Unsteady-State Heat Transfer
327(1)
Symbols
328(1)
Problems
329(1)
References
329(1)
Heat Transfer to Fluids without Phase Change
330(44)
Heat Transfer by Forced Convection in Laminar Flow
333(7)
Heat Transfer by Forced Convection in Turbulent Flow
340(19)
Transfer by Turbulent Eddies and Analogy between Transfer of Momentum and Heat
348(5)
Heat Transfer in Transition Region between Laminar and Turbulent Flow
353(2)
Transfer to Liquid Metals
355(4)
Heating and Cooling of Fluids in Forced Convection outside Tubes
359(3)
Natural Convection
362(7)
Symbols
369(2)
Problems
371(2)
References
373(1)
Heat Transfer to Fluids with Phase Change
374(23)
Heat Transfer from Condensing Vapors
374(11)
Heat Transfer to Boiling Liquids
385(9)
Symbols
394(1)
Problems
395(1)
References
396(1)
Radiation Heat Transfer
397(30)
Emission of Radiation
398(4)
Absorption of Radiation by Opaque Solids
402(3)
Radiation between Surfaces
405(11)
Radiation to Semitransparent Materials
416(6)
Combined Heat Transfer by Conduction-Convection and Radiation
422(1)
Symbols
423(2)
Problems
425(1)
References
426(1)
Heat-Exchange Equipment
427(36)
Heat Exchangers
428(11)
Condensers
439(3)
Boilers and Calandrias
442(3)
Extended Surface Equipment
445(6)
Heat Transfer in Agitated Vessels
451(2)
Scraped-Surface Exchangers
453(2)
Heat Transfer in Packed Beds
455(2)
Symbols
457(2)
Problems
459(2)
References
461(2)
Evaporation
463(38)
Types of Evaporators
465(5)
Performance of Tubular Evaporators
470(20)
Evaporator Capacity
470(6)
Evaporator Economy
476(14)
Vapor Recompression
490(2)
Symbols
492(1)
Problems
492(2)
References
494(7)
Section 4 Mass Transfer and Its Applications
Equilibrium-Stage Operations
501(20)
Principles of Stage Processes
505(14)
Equilibrium-Stage Calculations for Multicomponent Systems
519(1)
Symbols
519(1)
Problems
519(1)
References
520(1)
Distillation
521(67)
Flash Distillation
521(4)
Continuous Distillation with Reflux (Rectification)
525(35)
Material Balances in Plate Columns
529(2)
Number of Ideal Plates; McCabe-Thiele Method
531(22)
Enthalpy Balances for Fractionating Columns
553(7)
Design of Sieve-Plate Columns
560(16)
Plate Efficiency
568(8)
Rectification in Packed Towers
576(1)
Batch Distillation
576(4)
Symbols
580(2)
Problems
582(5)
References
587(1)
Introduction to Multicomponent Distillation
588(26)
Flash Distillation of Multicomponent Mixtures
592(1)
Fractionation of Multicomponent Mixtures
593(16)
Azeotropic and Extractive Distillation
609(1)
Symbols
610(1)
Problems
611(2)
References
613(1)
Leaching and Extraction
614(33)
Leaching
614(9)
Leaching Equipment
615(2)
Principles of Continuous Countercurrent Leaching
617(6)
Liquid Extraction
623(18)
Extraction Equipment
624(8)
Principles of Extraction
632(9)
Supercritical Fluid Extraction
641(2)
Symbols
643(1)
Problems
644(2)
References
646(1)
Principles of Diffusion and Mass Transfer between Phases
647(39)
Theory of Diffusion
648(10)
Mass-Transfer Coefficients and Film Theory
658(4)
Penetration Theory of Mass Transfer
662(1)
Experimental Measurement of Mass-Transfer Coefficients
663(2)
Coefficients for Mass Transfer through Known Areas
665(9)
Mass Transfer to Pipes and Cylinders
666(4)
Mass Transfer to Particles
670(4)
Two-Film Theory
674(2)
Stage Efficiencies
676(5)
Symbols
681(2)
Problems
683(2)
References
685(1)
Gas Absorption
686(52)
Design of Packed Towers
686(11)
Principles of Absorption
697(4)
Rate of Absorption
701(12)
Mass-Transfer Correlations
713(15)
Absorption in Plate Columns
721(1)
Absorption from Rich Gases
722(6)
Absorption with Chemical Reaction
728(2)
Other Separations in Packed Columns
730(2)
Symbols
732(2)
Problems
734(2)
References
736(2)
Humidification Operations
738(29)
Wet-Bulb Temperature and Measurement of Humidity
747(4)
Equipment for Humidification Operations
751(2)
Theory and Calculation of Humidification Processes
753(10)
Symbols
763(1)
Problems
764(2)
References
766(1)
Drying of Solids
767(43)
Principles of Drying
769(22)
Phase Equilibria
774(2)
Cross-Circulation Drying
776(12)
Through-Circulation Drying
788(3)
Drying of Suspended Particles
791(1)
Drying Equipment
791(15)
Dryers for Solids and Pastes
791(10)
Dryers for Solutions and Slurries
801(4)
Selection of Drying Equipment
805(1)
Symbols
806(2)
Problems
808(1)
References
809(1)
Adsorption
810(28)
Adsorption Equipment
811(3)
Equilibria; Adsorption Isotherms
814(4)
Principles of Adsorption
818(14)
Basic Equations for Adsorption
825(1)
Solutions to Mass-Transfer Equations
826(6)
Adsorber Design
832(2)
Symbols
834(1)
Problems
835(2)
References
837(1)
Membrane Separation Processes
838(44)
Separation of Gases
838(21)
Separation of Liquids
859(19)
Dialysis
860(2)
Membranes for Liquid-Liquid Extraction
862(2)
Pervaporation
864(7)
Reverse Osmosis
871(7)
Symbols
878(1)
Problems
879(2)
References
881(1)
Crystallization
882(43)
Crystal Geometry
883(1)
Principles of Crystallization
884(18)
Equilibria and Yields
884(8)
Nucleation
892(7)
Crystal Growth
899(3)
Crystallization Equipment
902(7)
Applications of Principles to Design
909(9)
MSMPR Crystallizer
909(9)
Crystallization from Melts
918(2)
Symbols
920(1)
Problems
921(2)
References
923(2)
Section 5 Operations Involving Particulate Solids
925(154)
Properties, Handling, and Mixing of Particulate Solids
927(33)
Characterization of Solid Particles
927(9)
Properties of Particulate Masses
936(5)
Storage of Solids
939(2)
Mixing of Solids
941(2)
Types of Mixers
942(1)
Mixers for Cohesive Solids
943(9)
Mixers for Free-Flowing Solids
952(5)
Symbols
957(1)
Problems
958(1)
References
959(1)
Size Reduction
960(34)
Principles of Comminution
961(9)
Computer Simulation of Milling Operations
965(5)
Size-Reduction Equipment
970(17)
Crushers
971(4)
Grinders
975(7)
Ultrafine Grinders
982(4)
Cutting Machines
986(1)
Equipment Operation
987(3)
Symbols
990(2)
Problems
992(1)
References
992(2)
Mechanical Separations
994(85)
Screening
994(8)
Screening Equipment
995(7)
Filtration
1002(1)
Cake Filters
1003(13)
Centrifugal Filters
1011(5)
Principles of Cake Filtration
1016(14)
Clarifying Filters
1030(3)
Liquid Clarification
1030(1)
Gas Cleaning
1031(1)
Principles of Clarification
1032(1)
Crossflow Filtration
1033(14)
Types of Membranes
1034(2)
Permeate Flux for Ultrafiltration
1036(1)
Concentration Polarization
1037(6)
Partial Rejection of Solutes
1043(3)
Microfiltration
1046(1)
Separation Based on the Motion of Particles through Fluids
1047(25)
Gravity Settling Processes
1048(12)
Centrifugal Settling Processes
1060(12)
Symbols
1072(2)
Problems
1074(2)
References
1076(3)
Appendixes
1079(34)
Appendix 1 Cgs and SI Prefixes for Multiples and Submultiples
1079(1)
Appendix 2 Values of Gas Constant
1080(1)
Appendix 3 Conversion Factors and Constants of Nature
1081(3)
Appendix 4 Dimensionless Groups
1084(2)
Appendix 5 Dimensions, Capacities, and Weights of Standard Steel Pipe
1086(2)
Appendix 6 Condenser and Heat-Exchanger Tube Data
1088(2)
Appendix 7 Properties of Saturated Steam and Water
1090(2)
Appendix 8 Viscosities of Gases
1092(2)
Appendix 9 Viscosities of Liquids
1094(3)
Appendix 10 Thermal Conductivities of Metals
1097(1)
Appendix 11 Thermal Conductivities of Various Solids and Insulating Materials
1098(2)
Appendix 12 Thermal Conductivities of Gases and Vapors
1100(1)
Appendix 13 Thermal Conductivities of Liquids Other Than Water
1101(1)
Appendix 14 Properties of Liquid Water
1102(1)
Appendix 15 Specific Heats of Gases
1103(1)
Appendix 16 Specific Heats of Liquids
1104(1)
Appendix 17 Prandtl Numbers for Gases at 1 atm and 100°ree;C
1105(1)
Appendix 18 Prandtl Numbers for Liquids
1106(1)
Appendix 19 Diffusivities and Schmidt Numbers for Gases in Air at 0°ree;C and 1 atm
1107(1)
Appendix 20 Tyler Standard Screen Scale
1108(2)
Appendix 21 K Values for Light Hydrocarbons (Low Temperatures)
1110(1)
Appendix 22 K Values for Light Hydrocarbons (High Temperatures)
1111(2)
Index 1113

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