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|Chemical Engineering Separations : A Handbook for Students
|Lamm, Monica H.
Jarboe, Laura R.
Samuel M. Rothstein
|Industrial chemistry & chemical engineering
|Iowa State University Digital Press
|The purpose of this handbook is to introduce students to chemical engineering separations in a way that most closely aligns with what most entry-level chemical engineers will do in the workplace. Most newly hired chemical engineers will be responsible for monitoring and troubleshooting existing processes and proposing modifications to improve process performance. For this reason, we have written the handbook to emphasize how to optimize process conditions, how to retrofit an existing unit to meet a given separation objective while not exceeding operating capacity, or how to select the best existing or pre-fabricated unit to meet a separation objective while maintaining safe operation at a reasonable cost.
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