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Product and Process Design Principles: Synthesis, Analysis and Design, 3rd Editionby Warren D. Seider (University of Pennsylvania); J. D. Seader (University of Utah); Daniel R. Lewin (Technion - Israel Institute of Technology); Soemantri Widagdo (3M Corporation)
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Table of Contents
|Introduction to Chemical Product Design1S Supplement to Chapter 1|
|Basic Chemicals Product Design|
|Materials Technology for Basic Chemicals: Molecular-Structure Design3S Supplement to Chapter 3|
|Process Creation for Basic Chemicals|
|Simulation to Assist in Process Creation|
|Heuristics for Process Synthesis|
|Reactor Design and Synthesis of Networks Containing Reactors7S Supplement to Chapter 7|
|Synthesis of Separation Trains|
|Heat and Power Integration9S Suppliment to Chapter 9Second Law Analysis|
|Optimal Design and Scheduling of Batch Processes|
|Plantwide Controllability Assessment12S Supplement to Chapter 12Flowsheet Controllability Analysis|
|Basic Chemicals Product Design Case Studies|
|Industrial Chemicals Product Design|
|Materials and Process/Manufacturing Technologies for Industrial Chemical Products|
|Industrial Chemicals Product Design Case Studies|
|Configured Consumer Product Design|
|Materials, Process/Manufacturing, and Product Technologies for Conďügured Consumer Products16S Supplement to Chapter 16|
|Conďügured Consumer Product Design Case Studies|
|Detailed Design, Equipment Sizing, Optimization, and Product-Quality Analysis|
|Heat Exchanger Design|
|Separation Tower Design|
|Pumps, Compressors, and Expanders|
|Cost Accounting and Capital Cost Estimation22S Supplement to Chapter 22|
|Annual Costs, Earnings, and Proďütability Analysis23S Supplement to Chapter 23|
|Six-Sigma Design Strategies|
|Written Reports and Oral Presentations|
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