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Fritz Ullmann, Et. Barbara Elvers. It supplies coverage of worldwide chemical technology and offers guidance to the specialized techniques of concern to chemists and chemical engineers.

Fritz Ullmann, Hans-Jürgen Arpe, Etc. These four volumes comprise a valuable collection of theoretical and practical knowledge. They give chemical engineers and students the essential basics for their work. They combine high standards with high quality, thus meeting the highest expectations. Volume B1 is devoted to important fundamentals of chemical engineering. The articles are divided into three main groups: basic theory, materials of construction with emphasis on properties and testing, and information. Volumes B2 and B3 deal with unit operations.

Published by Wiley-VCH (1988).

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Damage and ultimate failure of the component can occur as a result of changes in the material that originate at the surface, even if the components are designed such that long-term action of the forces alone causes neither fracture nor undue deformation. If the reactions responsible for the damage are of electrochemical or predominantly chemical nature, the term corrosion is normally used, whereas mechanical damage to the surface of the component is defined as wear.

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The 5th completely revised edition of this encyclopedia, since its first edition 75 years ago, is made up of 36 volumes, with over 16000 pages and 1000 major articles. It supplies coverage of worldwide chemical technology and offers guidance to the specialized techniques of concern to chemists and chemical engineers. It brings together articles from leading chemical companies, research centres, academic institutions and individual contributors, covering worldwide competitive information on chemical technology and process engineering. There are thousands of illustrations, diagrams and charts and the annual cumulative index provides easy access to all new and previously published volumes. There are also integrated compendia of basic unit operations and unit processes (B volumes). These eight B volumes provide basic knowledge in addition to the information on single topics in the alphabetically arranged 28 A volumes. They describe in detail the principles of chemical process engineering, new and proven analytical methods and the essentials of environmental protection technology. The first two volumes explain "Unit Operations" in chemical process engineering. All B volumes can be purchased separately.