Transport Phenomena

Overview of Boiler Water Treatment and Associated Wastes

AIChE Spring Meeting and Global Congress on Process Safety
May 1, 2013
Overview of Boiler Water Treatment and Associated Wastes Boiler water treatment consists of steps to remove contaminants that will corrode or cause...

Carburization In Ethylene Radiant Coils

AIChE Spring Meeting and Global Congress on Process Safety
Apr 30, 2013
CARBURIZATION IN ETHYLENE RADIANT COILS Hugues Chasselin, tech support Manoir industries, France Abstract : Carburization is a phenomenon encountered...

Thermal Fluids: The Key to Overall Site Integration

AIChE Spring Meeting and Global Congress on Process Safety
Apr 30, 2013
Thermal Fluids: the Key to Overall Site Integration G.T.Polley , M.Picon Nunez & E.Tamakloe Dept. of Chemical Engineering, University of...

NFPA 68 New Gas Venting Equations

AIChE Spring Meeting and Global Congress on Process Safety
Apr 29, 2013
The 2013 edition of NFPA 68 Standard on Explosion Protection by Deflagration Venting will replace vent area sizing equations containing the gas...

On the Modeling of Oral Drug Delivery

AIChE Annual Meeting
Nov 1, 2012
On the Modeling of Oral Drug Delivery Naresh Pavurala, Luke E.K Achenie Department of Chemical Engineering, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State...

Modelling of a Filter Drying Process

AIChE Annual Meeting
Oct 29, 2012
Filter drying, also referred to as vacuum contact drying, is a process widely used in the pharmaceutical industry to remove water or organic solvents...

Success and Prospects in Transport

AIChE Annual Meeting
Nov 16, 2008
The study of transport phenomena is an important area of chemical engineering. In many ways it differentiates chemical engineering from other...

Fluid Flow for the Practicing Chemical Engineer

June, 2009
This book teaches the fundamentals of fluid flow by including both theory and the applications of fluid flow in chemical engineering. It puts fluid flow in the context of other transport phenomena such as mass transfer and heat transfer, while covering the basics, from elementary flow mechanics to...

Pipeline Pressure Drop: A New Design Correlation

June
2006
Fluids and Solids Handling
Roger Gilmont
A linear equation has been derived to accurately calculate the flowrate of fluids in the laminar and turbulent regions, and to derive an equation for use in the transitional regions.

Evaluating Cooling Tower Upgrades

May
2008
Heat Transfer
Tom Dendy
When considering improvements to cooling towers, it's important to perform an economic analysis of the options.

Produce Reliable Models with Efficient Meshing

August
2010
Computational Methods
Christian Wollblad, Ed Fontes, Henrik von Schenck, Phil Byrne
Improve your modeling skills to construct accurate, effective meshes that simulate or optimize a process in less time.

Understand Flow Patterns in Glass-Lined Reactors

November
2004
Reactions and Separations
Christopher J. Ramsey, David S. Dickey, Keith E. Johnson , Kevin J. Bittorf
Physical modeling and computer simulation provide insights into the performance of a glass-lined reactor.

Realize Greater Benefits from CFD

March
2001
Fluids and Solids Handling
Ahmad H. Haidari, Andre  Bakker,  Lanre M. Oshinowo
Computational fluid dynamics has moved from mainframes to PCs and laptops. Newer and better software lets you conduct analyses not possible before, and regular engineers, not just experts, can now carry out CFD.

Selecting a Heat Exchanger Shell

June
2011
Back To Basics
Thomas G. Lestina, P.E.
The first step in specifying a shell-and-tube heat exchanger is choosing the right shell to meet process requirements.

Mass Transfer Operations for the Practicing Engineer

July, 2010
An invaluable guide for problem solving in mass transfer operations. This book takes a highly pragmatic approach to providing the principles and applications of mass transfer operations by offering a valuable, easily accessible guide to solving engineering problems. Both traditional and novel mass...
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