Design of Experiments in Chemical Engineering : A Practical Guide
The author draws on his own experience in research and development, resulting in a work that will assist students, scientists and engineers in using the concepts covered here in seeking optimum conditions for a chemical system or process. Current chemical product studies from all around the world, the book elucidates basic concepts of statistical methods, experiment design and optimization techniques as applied to chemistry and chemical engineering.
Drug Delivery: Engineering Principles for Drug Therapy
Providing a working foundation in the principles underlying drug transport, reaction, and disappearance in physiological and pathological situations, this introduction and guide covers a range of topics, including drug and protein properties, drug modification and diffusion, and polymeric biomaterials. Case studies, physiological guidelines, and useful nomenclature and data are also featured. Saltzman teaches chemical engineering at Cornell University.
Introduction to Critical Phenomena in Fluids
Diffusion: Mass Transfer in Fluid Systems
Diffusion is a key part of the undergraduate chemical engineering curriculum and at the core of understanding chemical purification and reaction engineering. This spontaneous mixing process is also central to our daily lives, with importance in phenomena as diverse as the dispersal of pollutants to digestion in the small intestine. For students, Diffusion goes from the basics of mass transfer and diffusion itself, with strong support through worked examples and a range of student questions.
Pocket Guide to Chemical Engineering
Chemical Engineering Design Project
A Case Study Approach, Second Edition guiding the reader through all major aspects of a chemical engineering design, the text includes both the initial technical and economic feasibility study as well as the detailed design stages. Each aspect of the design is illustrated with material from an award-winning student design project. The book embodies the "learning by doing" approach to design. The student is directed to appropriate information sources and is encouraged to make decisions at each stage of the design process rather than simply following a design method.
Beyond the Molecular Frontier: Challenges for Chemistry and Chemical Engineering
Supplimentary Problems for Basic Principles and Calculations in Chemical Engineering
This supplement additional problems with detailed solutions, problems that are quite similar to those in the text.In addition, he have added numerous unsolved problems with answers (a frequent request for homework problem assignments). Each set of problems conforms to the arrangement in my book "Basic Principles and Calculations in Chemical Engineering, 6th edition, published by Prentice Hall, Englewood Cliffs, N.J. The notation used in the problems and solutions is the same as in the textbook.
European Symposium on Computer Aided Process Engineering - 11
Multiscale Modelling of Polymer Properties, Volume 22
Modelling in polymer materials science has experienced a dramatic growth in the last two decades. Advances in modeling methodologies together with rapid growth in computational power have made it possible to address increasingly complex questions both of a fundamental and of a more applied nature.