Plant Design and Economics for Chemical Engineers
Intended for a higher level chemical engineering design course, this book brings together all the fundamentals and shows how to put them to use in the real world. This highly regarded text is known for its broad coverage of both design and economics, its attention to the details of cost estimating, its inclusion of up-to-date cost data, and its application of economic and design theory to real chemical engineering processes and operations.
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Process Design Development
General Design Considerations
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