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The seventh edition of Unit Operations of Chemical Engineering contains new material throughout the textbook and many additional problems. However, the basic structure, general level of treatment and overall length are largely unchanged. This is an introductory text written for undergraduates in their junior or senior year who have completed the usual courses in mathematics, chemistry, physics, and an introduction to chemical engineering. An elementary knowledge of the above-mentioned subjects and energy balances is assumed.
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  • ISBN-13: 9780070393660
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Companies, The
  • Publication date: 9/22/2000
  • Series: Chemical Engineering Series
  • Edition description: Older Edition
  • Edition number: 6
  • Pages: 1132
  • Product dimensions: 6.40 (w) x 9.34 (h) x 1.75 (d)

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Table of Contents

1 Definitions and principles 3
2 Fluid statics and its applications 31
3 Fluid flow phenomena 45
4 Basic equations of fluid flow 68
5 Incompressible flow in pipes and channels 98
6 Flow of compressible fluids 133
7 Flow past immersed objects 155
8 Transportation and metering of fluids 194
9 Agitation and mixing of liquids 244
10 Heat transfer by conduction 299
11 Principles of heat flow in fluids 325
12 Heat transfer to fluids without phase change 347
13 Heat transfer to fluids with phase change 388
14 Radiation heat transfer 417
15 Heat-exchange equipment 440
16 Evaporation 486
17 Principles of diffusion and mass transfer between phases 527
18 Gas absorption 565
19 Humidification operations 616
20 Equilibrium-stage operations 643
21 Distillation 663
22 Introduction to multicomponent distillation 737
23 Leaching and extraction 764
24 Drying of solids 796
25 Adsorption and fixed-bed separations 836
26 Membrane separation processes 882
27 Crystallization 929
28 Properties and handling of particulate solids 967
29 Mechanical separations 1001
App. 1 Conversion factors and constants of nature 1085
App. 2 Dimensionless groups 1088
App. 3 Dimensions, capacities, and weights of standard steel pipe 1090
App. 4 Condenser and heat-exchanger tube data 1091
App. 5 Tyler standard screen scale 1092
App. 6 Properties of liquid water 1093
App. 7 Properties of saturated steam and water 1094
App. 8 Viscosities of gases 1096
App. 9 Viscosities of liquids 1098
App. 10 Thermal conductivities of metals 1101
App. 11 Thermal conductivities of various solids and insulating materials 1102
App. 12 Thermal conductivities of gases and vapors 1104
App. 13 Thermal conductivities of liquids other than water 1105
App. 14 Specific heats of gases 1106
App. 15 Specific heats of liquids 1107
App. 16 Prandtl numbers for gases at 1 atm and 100[degrees]C 1108
App. 17 Prandtl numbers for liquids 1109
App. 18 Diffusivities and Schmidt numbers for gases in air at 0[degree]C and 1 atm 1110
App. 19 Collision integral and Lennard-Jones force constants 1111
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