Product and Process Design Principles Synthesis, Analysis, and Evaluation

ISBN-10: 0471216631
ISBN-13: 9780471216636
Edition: 2nd 2004 (Revised)
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List price: $201.95
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2004
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated
Publication date: 7/24/2003
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 820
Size: 8.50" wide x 10.75" long x 1.75" tall
Weight: 4.004
Language: English

One of the most important objective in this text describes the strategies and approaches for the design of chemical processes. It covers economic (optimization) and environmental issues. The latest design strategies are described, most of which have been improved significantly with the advent of computers, mathematical programming methods, and artificial intelligence. Various methods are utilized to perform the extensive calculations and provide graphical results that are visualized easily, including the usage of computer programs for simulation and design optimization.

Product and Process Invention - Heuristics and Analysis
The Design Process
Objectives
Design Opportunities
Steps in Product Process Design
Environmental Protection
Safety Considerations
Engineering Ethics
Role of Computers
Summary
Molecular Structure Design
Objectives
Introduction
Property Estimation Methods
Optimization to Locate Molecular Structure
Summary
Process Creation
Objectives
Introduction
Preliminary Database Creation
Experiments
Preliminary Process Synthesis
Development of the Base-case Deign
Summary
Simulation to Assist in Process Creation
Objectives
Introduction
Principles of Steady-state Flowsheet Simulation
Synthesis of the Toluene Hydrodealkylation Process
Steady-state Simulation of the Monochlorobenzene Separation Process
Principles of Batch Flowsheet Simulation
Summary
Heuristics for Process Synthesis
Objectives
Introduction
Raw Materials and Chemical Reactions
Distribution of Chemicals
Separation
Heat Removal From and Addition to Reactors
Heat Exchangers and Furnaces
Pumping, Compression, Pressure Reduction, Vacuum, and Conveying of Solids
Changing the Particle Size of Solids and Size Separation of Particles
Removal of Particles from Gases and Liquids
Summary
Detailed Process Synthesis - Algorithmic Methods
Reactor Design and Reactor Network Synthesis
Objectives
Reactor Models
Reactor Design for Complex Configurations
Reactor Network Design Using the Attainable Region
Summary
Synthesis of Separation Trains
Objectives
Introduction
Criteria for Selection of Separation Methods
Selection of Equipment
Sequencing of Ordinary Distillation for the Separation of Nearly Ideal Fluid Mixtures
Sequencing of Operations for the Separation of Nonideal Fluid Mixtures
Separation Systems for Gas Mixtures
Separation Sequencing for Solid-Fluid Systems
Summary
Reactor-Separator-Recycle Networks (CD-ROM)
Objectives
Introduction
Locating the Separation Section with Respect to the Reactor Section
Tradeoffs in Processes Involving Recycle
Optimal Reactor Conversion
Recycle to Extinction
Snowball Effects in the Control of Processes Involving recycle
Second Law Analysis (CD-ROM)
Objectives
Introduction
The System and the Surroundings
Energy Transfer
Thermodynamic Properties
Equations for Second Law Analysis
Examples of Lost-Work Calculations
Thermodynamic Efficiency
Causes of Lost Work
Three Examples of Second Law Analysis
Summary
Heat and Power Integration
Objectives
Introduction
Minimum Utility Targets
Networks for Maximum Energy Recovery
Minimum Number of Heat Exchangers
Threshold Approach Temperature
Optimum Approach Temperature
Superstructures for Minimization of Annual Costs
Multiple Utilities
Heat-integrated Distillation Trains
Heat Engines and Heat Pumps
Summary
Mass Integration
Objectives
Introduction
Minimum Mass Separating Agent
Mass Exchange Networks for Minimum External MSA
Minimum Number of Mass Exchangers
Advanced Topics
Summary
Optimal Design and Scheduling of Batch Processes
Objectives
Introduction
Design of Batch Process Units
Design of Reactor-separ

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