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  • Author:
    Gael D. Ulrich
  • ISBN:
    0471082767
  • ISBN13:
    978-0471082767
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    Wiley; 1 edition (March 13, 1984)
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    480 pages
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    Engineering
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Covers the economics of process design The text appeared quite useful for practicing process engineers until one gets to the exclusive use of SI units.

Covers the economics of process design. End-of-chapter exercises guide students through step-by-step solutions of design problems. Includes four case studies from past AICHE competitions. The text appeared quite useful for practicing process engineers until one gets to the exclusive use of SI units. The author converted all of the useful information found in tables and graphs to the SI system, rendering the tables and graphs useless. Most process engineers working in the . Customary System units, mainly because the plants they work in are based on the same units of measurements.

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Upper-level undergraduate text for process design courses in chemical engineering. Presents short-cut techniques for specifying equipment or isolating important elements of a design project. Covers the economics of process design.

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Upper-level undergraduate text for process design courses in chemical engineering. Introduces students to the technology and terminology they will encounter in industrial practice. Presents short-cut techniques for specifying equipment or isolating important elements of a design project. Emphasizes project definition, flow sheet development and equipment specification. Covers the economics of process design. End-of-chapter exercises guide students through step-by-step solutions of design problems. Includes four case studies from past AICHE competitions.

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When I went through my undergradate degree, this book was solid gold. If you had it, you were everyone's friend. The library only had one copy, so it became necessary to purchase my own copy. Its economic data, design heuristics and little notes make it a good companion for anyone in design.
I am running the tutorial classes for 3rd year design here at uni, some 5 years later while doing my PhD - and this book is still seminal. I'd highly recommend it to anyone in design. As for the person who posted complaints about its use of SI units... we are all going to have to adopt one uniform standard sooner or later. Remember the Mars probe? It's going to hurt a little at first, but swallow the bitter pill - it's for everyone's benefit.
Finally, now that Ii'm about to finish my PhD and head out into the workplace, I'm going to need a good book on design. This is an essential part of my personal library for that foray into private enteprise.
The only downfall - when you're in Australia, $US 80 translates to about $AUD 160. That's roughly 90 McDonald's Big Macs... quite a lot of dough. I'll probablly be sticking to my 1st Ed because of this.
Malann
The text appeared quite useful for practicing process engineers until one gets to the exclusive use of SI units. The author converted all of the useful information found in tables and graphs to the SI system, rendering the tables and graphs useless. Most process engineers working in the U.S. use U.S. Customary System units, mainly because the plants they work in are based on the same units of measurements. Myself, I do not want to waste my time converting from SI units to U.S. units when I need information for a design problem. I would not recommend this book for anyone, including students in engineering.