Bioprocess Engineering Principles

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  • Edition: 2nd
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 3/27/2012
  • Publisher: Elsevier Science

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This welcome new edition discusses bioprocess engineering from the perspective of biology students. It includes a great deal of new material and has been extensively revised and expanded. These updates strengthen the book and maintain its position as the book of choice for senior undergraduates and graduates seeking to move from biochemistry/microbiology/molecular biology to bioprocess engineering. New to this edition: Over 150 new problems and dozens of new worked examples All chapters thoroughly revised for current developments, with over 200 pgs of new material: Significant new content in Fluid Flow, Mixing, Heat and Mass Transfer, Unit Operations, and Reactions. New appendices include Values of Ideal Gas Constants, and Answers to all odd-numbered problems New Instructor Solution Manual and Electronic Figures for use in creating PPT slides. Presents the principles of bioprocess engineering in a way that is accessible to readers with a limited biology or engineering background Explains process analysis from an engineering point of view, but uses worked examples relating to biological systems Organized according to the main sub-disciplines within the chemical engineering curriculum: Material and Energy Balances, Transport Processes, and Reactions and Reactor Engineering

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