qUnderstanding the mathematical modeling of chemical processes is fundamental to the successful career of a researcher in chemical engineering. This book reviews, introduces, and develops the mathematics that is most frequently encountered in sophisticated chemical engineering models. The result of a collaboration between a chemical engineer and a mathematician, both of whom have taught classes on modeling and applied mathematics, the book provides a rigorous and in-depth coverage of chemical engineeringmodel formulation and analysis as well as a text which can serve as an excellent introduction to linear mathematics for engineering students. There is a clear focus in the choice of material, worked examples, and exercises that make it unusually accessible to the target audience. The book places a heavy emphasis on applications to motivate the theory, but simultaneously maintains a high standard of rigor to add mathematical depth and understanding.q--Publisher's website.The most commonly seen version in the chemical engineering community comes originally from an old chemical ... 5Mickley, H.S., T.K. Sherwood and C.E. Reed, Applied Mathematics in Chemical Engineering, McGraw-Hill, New York 1957 Fig anbsp;...
|Title||:||Linear Mathematical Models in Chemical Engineering|
|Author||:||Martin A. Hjortsø, Peter Wolenski|
|Publisher||:||World Scientific - 2010|