Chemical Technology is based on lectures the author gave at the Technische Hochschule of Karlsruhe and at the University of Freiburg. Part 1 of this book deals with chemical technology and describes subjects dealing with apparatus, unit operations, and chemical economics. The text reviews industrial chemical reactions, raw materials preparation for reaction, thermal and catalytic processes, and a history of chemical technology. This part also addresses transportation, storage of raw materials, and the design and construction of a chemical factory. Part 2 concerns special chemical technology, including topics such as raw material upgrading; processing of products in the chemical industry; and unit processes application toward consumer goods production. This part reviews materials sourcing from animals, minerals, and vegetables, such as processing of products from living organisms, the recovery of sugar, starch, and other carbohydrates. The book also reviews products of the chemical industry including low-molecular weight consumer goods, detergents, aromas, explosives, plastics, elastomers, synthetic leather, textile, and some building materials. Chemistry students, chemical and process technology students, and mechanical engineering students with interest in chemistry will find this book valuable.Part 2: Special Chemical Technology (description of upgrading raw materials, processing of products of the chemical industry ... 1959; KNUDSEN, J. G., and KATZ, D. L. Fluid Dynamics and Heat Transfer, 1958; MICKLEY, H. S., SHERwooD, TH. K., and REED, CH. E. Applied Mathematics in Chemical Engineering, 1957.
|Author||:||F. A. Henglein|
|Publisher||:||Elsevier - 2013-09-11|