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Angelo Basile, "Handbook of membrane reactors: Volume 1: Fundamental materials science, design and optimisation "
2013 | ISBN-10: 0857094149 | 704 pages | PDF | 25 MB

Membrane reactors are increasingly replacing conventional separation, process and conversion technologies across a wide range of applications. Exploiting advanced membrane materials, they offer enhanced efficiency, are very adaptable and have great economic potential. There has therefore been increasing interest in membrane reactors from both the scientific and industrial communities, stimulating research and development.

Due to the large amount of material available in the specialized literature, this handbook is composed of two volumes. Volume 1 explores fundamental materials science, design and optimization, beginning with a consideration of polymeric, dense metallic and composite membranes for membrane reactors, such as polymeric and nanocomposite membranes for membrane reactors, inorganic membrane reactors for hydrogen production, palladium-based composite membranes and alternatives to palladium-based membranes for hydrogen separation in membrane reactors. Following sections investigate zeolite, ceramic and carbon membranes and catalysts for membrane reactors and explore membrane reactor modeling, simulation and optimization, including use of mathematical modeling, computational fluid dynamics (CFD), artificial neural networks and non-equilibrium thermodynamics to analyze varied aspects of membrane reactor design and production enhancement.
Korukonda Murty, "Materials ageing and degradation in light water reactors: Mechanisms and management"
2013 | ISBN-10: 0857092391 | 440 pages | PDF | 24 MB

Light water reactors are the predominant class of nuclear power reactors in operation today. However, aging and degradation can influence both the performance and lifetime of components. Knowledge of these factors is therefore critical to the provision of safe, continuous operation in either the short or long term. Routes to measure and mitigate these aging and degradation problems, and to assess residual lifetime, are critical to the materials management, maintenance and safety planning for the plant.

The editor and contributors provide a comprehensive and systematic review of materials aging and degradation mechanisms prevalent in light water reactor environments, the specific effects on the main reactor components, and the applicable mitigation routes and materials management approaches used to handle these effects. Part one introduces fundamental aging issues and degradation mechanisms and discusses corrosion in pressurized water reactors and creep deformation of materials in light water reactors. Subsequent sections consider materials aging and degradation in specific light water reactor components alongside the aging of electric cables and focus on materials management strategies for light water reactors, pressurized water reactors and VVER reactors. The conclusion explores materials-related problems faced by light water reactor operators and corresponding research needs.
Health and Safety Executive, Workbook for Chemical Reactor Relief System Sizing
ISBN: 0717613895 | edition 1998 | PDF | 256 pages | 7 mb

This report aims to provide a clear and logical review of the information available so that it may be understood not only by specialists but by other competent chemical engineers in industry.
Electrochemistry in Light Water Reactors: Reference Electrodes, Measurement, Corrosion and Tribocorrosion Issues (Repost)
Publisher: CRC Press; 1 edition (May 11, 2007) | ISBN: 1420054082 | Pages: 216 | PDF | 4.8 MB

This important volume discusses key issues surrounding the development of high temperature reference electrodes and other electrochemical techniques. First, the book reviews the latest developments in the use of reference electrode technology in both pressurized water and boiling water reactors. The authors then explore different types of corrosion and tribocorrosion and the ways they can be measured using such techniques as electrochemical impedance spectroscopy. Topics covered across the book include in-pile testing, modelng techniques and the tribocorrosion behavior of stainless steel under reactor conditions.

Advances in Engineering Fluid Mechanics: Multiphase Reactor and Polymerization System Hydrodynamics by Nicholas P Cheremisinoff (Repost)
Publisher: Gulf Professional Publishing; 1ST edition (September 10, 1996) | ISBN: 0884154971 | Pages: 772 | PDF | 35.63 MB

This volume of the Advances in Engineering Fluid Mechanics Series covers topics in hydrodynamics related to polymerization of elastomers and plastics. Emphasis is given to advanced concepts in multiphase reactor systems often used in the manufacturing of products. This volume is comprised of 30 chapters that address key subject areas such as multiphase mixing concepts, multicomponet reactors and the hydrodynamics associated with their operations, and slurry flow behavior associated with non-Newtonian flows.
Handbook of Chemical Reactor Design, Optimization, and Scaleup by E. B. Nauman (Repost)
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional; 1 edition (September 26, 2001) | ISBN: 0071377530 | Pages: 600 | PDF | 6.48 MB

This book is an outgrowth of an earlier book, Chemical Reactor Design, John Wiley & Sons, 1987. The title is different and reflects a new emphasis on optimization and particularly on scaleup, a topic rarely covered in undergraduate or graduate education but of paramount importance to many practicing engineers. The treatment of biochemical and polymer reaction engineering is also more extensive than normal. Practitioners are the primary audience for the new book. Here, in one spot, you will find a reasonably comprehensive treatment of reactor design, optimization and scaleup. Spend a few minutes becoming comfortable with the notation (anyone bothering to read a preface obviously has the inclination), and you will find practical answers to many design problems.

The book is also useful for undergraduate and graduate courses in chemical engineering. Some faults of the old book have been eliminated. One fault was its level of difficulty. It was too hard for undergraduates at most U.S. universities. The new book is better. Known rough spots have been smoothed, and it is easier to skip advanced material without loss of continuity. However, the new book remains terse and somewhat more advanced in its level of treatment than is the current U.S. standard. Its goal as a text is not to train students in the application of existing solutions but to educate them for the solution of new problems. Thus, the reader should be prepared to work out the details of some examples rather than expect a complete solution. There is a continuing emphasis on numerical solutions.
Computational Flow Modeling for Chemical Reactor Engineering, Volume 5 by Vivek V. Ranade (Repost)
Publisher: Academic Press; 1st edition (September 26, 2001) | ISBN: 0125769601 | Pages: 480 | PDF | 9.35 MB

This book describes how modeling fluid flow in chemical reactors may offer solutions that improve design, operation, and performance of reactors. Chemical reactors are any vessels, tubes, pipes, or tanks in which chemical reactions take place. Computational Flow Modeling for Chemical Reactor Engineering will show the reactor engineer how to define the specific roles of computational flow modeling, select appropriate tools, and apply these tools to link reactor hardware to reactor performance. Overall methodology is illustrated with numerous case studies. Industry has invested substantial funds in computational flow modeling which will pay off only if it can be used to realize significant performance enhancement in chemical reactors. No other single source exists which provides the information contained in this book.
Chemical Reactor Design and Control by William L. Luyben (Repost)
Publisher: Wiley-Interscience (August 31, 2007) | ISBN: 0470097700 | Pages: 419 | PDF | 25.19 MB

Chemical Reactor Design and Control uses process simulators like Matlab®, Aspen Plus, and Aspen Dynamics to study the design of chemical reactors and their dynamic control. There are numerous books that focus on steady-state reactor design. There are no books that consider practical control systems for real industrial reactors. This unique reference addresses the simultaneous design and control of chemical reactors. This is a practical reference for chemical engineering professionals in the process industries, professionals who work with chemical reactors, and students in undergraduate and graduate reactor design, process control, and plant design courses.
Modeling of Chemical Kinetics and Reactor Design by A. Kayode Coker (Repost)
Publisher: Gulf Professional Publishing; 1st edition (August 9, 2001) | ISBN: 0884154815 | Pages: 1136 | PDF | 15.32 MB

Selecting the best type of reactor for any particular chemical reaction, taking into consideration safety, hazard analysis, scale-up, and many other factors is essential to any industrial problem. An understanding of chemical reaction kinetics and the design of chemical reactors is key to the success of the of the chemist and the chemical engineer in such an endeavor. This valuable reference volume conveys a basic understanding of chemical reactor design methodologies, incorporating control, hazard analysis, and other topics not covered in similar texts. In addition to covering fluid mixing, the treatment of wastewater, and chemical reactor modeling, the author includes sections on safety in chemical reaction and scale-up, two topics that are often neglected or overlooked.

As a real-world introduction to the modeling of chemical kinetics and reactor design, the author includes a case study on ammonia synthesis that is integrated throughout the text. The text also features an accompanying CD, which contains computer programs developed to solve modeling problems using numerical methods. Students, chemists, technologists, and chemical engineers will all benefit from this comprehensive volume.
Chemical Engineering Volume 3, Third Edition: Chemical and Biochemical Reactors & Process Control by D G Peacock
Publisher: Butterworth-Heinemann; 3 edition (January 1, 1994) | ISBN: 0080410030 | Pages: 778 | PDF | 15.29 MB

The publication of the third edition of 'Chemical Engineering Volume 3' marks the completion of the re-orientation of the basic material contained in the first three volumes of the series. Volume 3 is devoted to reaction engineering (both chemical and biochemical), together with measurement and process control. This text is designed for students, graduate and postgraduate, of chemical engineering.
"Chemical Reactor Analysis and Applications for the Practicing Engineer" by Louis Theodore
Wiley Series of Essential Engineering Calculations
John Wilеу & Sons | 2012 | ISBN: 0470915358 9780470915356 | 593 pages | PDF | 21 MB

This book provides the tools needed to solve key challenges in chemical reactor design and analysis. This book serves as a training tool that enables readers to effectively design and analyze chemical reactors. With its focus on applications, the text demonstrates how to design and operate a reactor that works at maximum efficiency and minimum cost, producing the highest yield of product. It also addresses operation, maintenance, and inspection (OM&I) methods and procedures to purchase a reactor.

The book includes a review of Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET) topics as they apply to chemical reactors, making it an ideal preparation tool for readers who plan to take the Professional Engineering (PE) exams.
With its many practical examples and emphasis on applications, this book is recommended for engineers and students, particularly those who are preparing for the PE exams.

The book is divided into four parts:
Part I, Introduction, explores the history of chemical reactors, process variables, basic operations, chemical kinetic principles, and stoichometrical conversion variables. The first part serves as an introduction to the subject title and contains chapters dealing with history, process variables, basic operations, kinetic principles, and conversion variables.
Part II, Traditional Reactor Analysis, addresses and compares batch, continuous stirred tank, and tubular flow reactors. The second part of the book addresses traditional reactor analysis; chapter topics include batch, CSTRs, tubular flow reactors, plus a comparison of these classes of reactors.
Part III, Reactor Applications, guides readers through thermal effects, interpretation of kinetic data, non-ideal reactors, and reactor design. Part 3 keys on reactor applications that include non-ideal reactors: thermal effects, interpretation of kinetic data, and reactor design.
Part IV, Other Reactor Topics, examines catalysis, catalytic reactions, fluidized and fixed bed reactors, biochemical reactors, and ABET-related topics

Contents
Preface
Overview
PART I: INTRODUCTION
1 HISTORY OF CHEMICAL REACTIONS
2 THE FIELD OF CHEMISTRY
3 PROCESS VARIABLES
4 KINETIC PRINCIPLES
5 STOICHIOMETRY AND CONVERSION VARIABLES
PART II: TRADITIONAL REACTOR ANALYSIS
6 REACTION AND REACTOR CLASSIFICATION
7 THE CONSERVATION LAWS
8 BATCH REACTORS
9 CONTINUOUS STIRRED TANK REACTORS
10 TUBULAR FLOW REACTORS
11 REACTOR COMPARISONS
PART III: REACTOR APPLICATIONS
12 THERMAL EFFECTS
13 INTERPRETATION OF KINETIC DATA
14 NON-IDEAL REACTORS
15 REACTOR DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS
PART IV: OTHER REACTOR TOPICS
16 CATALYSTS
17 CATALYTIC REACTIONS
18 FLUIDIZEDAND FIXED BED REACTORS
19 BIOCHEMICAL REACTORS
20 OPEN-ENDED PROBLEMS
21 ABET-RELATED TOPICS
Index
with TOC BookMarkLinks


About the Author
Louis Theodore, is a retired professor of chemical engineering (50 years). He is the author of several Wiley publications, including Fluid Flow for the Practicing Chemical Engineer, Thermodynamics for the Practicing Engineer, Mass Transfer Operations for the Practicing Engineer, and Air Pollution Control Equipment Calculations. Dr. Theodore is also a contributor to Perry's Chemical Engineer's Handbook.

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