Process Plant Simulation

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ISBN:

9780195668056

Publication date:

15/03/2004

Paperback

556 pages

241.0x160.0mm

Price: 670.00 INR

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ISBN:

9780195668056

Publication date:

15/03/2004

Paperback

556 pages

241.0x160.0mm

First Edition

B.V. Babu

Suitable for: This volume brings together all related topics on process plant simulation, a course that is offered in many institutions both in India and abroad for undergraduate as well as postgraduate students of chemical engineering.

Rights:  World Rights

First Edition

B.V. Babu

Description

The text adopts a generalized approach to modelling various engineering systems so that the underlying principles can be applied to any new system in engineering, science, or other applied discipline.

This volume brings together all related topics on process plant simulation, a course that is offered in many institutions both in India and abroad for undergraduate as well as postgraduate students of chemical engineering. The book adopts a generalized approach to modelling various engineering systems in such a way that the underlying principles can be applied to any new system in engineering, science, and other applied disciplines. It includes concepts on modelling, optimization, decomposition of networks, modular and equation-solving approaches, data regression, convergence promotion, etc. Students pursuing courses on process modelling and simulation as well as those involving optimization techniques and mathematical methods in chemical engineering and computer-aided design (CAD) will find the book useful. It would also serve as an up-to- date reference for researchers, professionals, and consultants.

First Edition

B.V. Babu

Table of contents

Chapter1.Modelling Aspects
Chapter2.Classification of Mathematical Modeling
CHEMICAL SYSTEMS MODELING
Chapter3.Models in Mass Transfer Operations
Chapter4.Models in Heat Transfer Operations
Chapter5.Models in Fluid Flow Operations
Chapter6.Models in Reaction Engineering
TREATMENT OF EXPERIMENTAL RESULTS
Chapter7.Error Propagation and Data Regression
OPTIMIZATION
Chapter8.Traditional Optimization Techniques
Chapter9.Non-Traditional Optimization Techniques
SIMULATION
Chapter10.Modular Approaches and Equation Solving Approach
Chapter11.Decomposition of Networks
Chapter12.Convergence Promotion and Physical & Thermodynamic
Properties
Chapter13.Specific Purpose Simulation and Dynamic Simulation
Chapter14.Professional Simulation Packages

First Edition

B.V. Babu

Features

  • Offers exhaustive coverage of all topics related to plant simulation.
  • Covers traditional as well as non-traditional optimization techniques
  • Discusses case studies on specific-purpose and dynamic simulation
  • Includes an overview of professional software packages used in plant simulation, such as HYSIS and FLUENT
  • Includes a CD-ROM containing program codes and related useful information

Description

The text adopts a generalized approach to modelling various engineering systems so that the underlying principles can be applied to any new system in engineering, science, or other applied discipline.

This volume brings together all related topics on process plant simulation, a course that is offered in many institutions both in India and abroad for undergraduate as well as postgraduate students of chemical engineering. The book adopts a generalized approach to modelling various engineering systems in such a way that the underlying principles can be applied to any new system in engineering, science, and other applied disciplines. It includes concepts on modelling, optimization, decomposition of networks, modular and equation-solving approaches, data regression, convergence promotion, etc. Students pursuing courses on process modelling and simulation as well as those involving optimization techniques and mathematical methods in chemical engineering and computer-aided design (CAD) will find the book useful. It would also serve as an up-to- date reference for researchers, professionals, and consultants.

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Table of contents

Chapter1.Modelling Aspects
Chapter2.Classification of Mathematical Modeling
CHEMICAL SYSTEMS MODELING
Chapter3.Models in Mass Transfer Operations
Chapter4.Models in Heat Transfer Operations
Chapter5.Models in Fluid Flow Operations
Chapter6.Models in Reaction Engineering
TREATMENT OF EXPERIMENTAL RESULTS
Chapter7.Error Propagation and Data Regression
OPTIMIZATION
Chapter8.Traditional Optimization Techniques
Chapter9.Non-Traditional Optimization Techniques
SIMULATION
Chapter10.Modular Approaches and Equation Solving Approach
Chapter11.Decomposition of Networks
Chapter12.Convergence Promotion and Physical & Thermodynamic
Properties
Chapter13.Specific Purpose Simulation and Dynamic Simulation
Chapter14.Professional Simulation Packages

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