An Introduction to Granular Flow Cambridge Series in Chemical Engineering the flow of granular materials such as sand, snow, coal, and catalyst particles is common occurrence in natural and industrial settings. The mechanics of these materials is not well understood. They are important since a large fraction of the materials handled and-processed in the chemical, metallurgical, pharmaceutical, and food processing industries are granular in nature.http://rapidshare.com/files/251606803/flow.rar
Computational Models for Turbulent Reacting Flows
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Separations is basic to all process industries and super critical fluid extraction is a specific type which is receiving a high level of attention. The book will combine basic fundamentals with industrial applications.http://rapidshare.com/files/232179595/0750692448.7z
Encyclopedia of Physical Science and Technology
This completely revised third edition Chemical Engineering , which is a university and professional level compendium of chemistry, molecular biology, mathematics, and engineering, is refreshed with numerous articles about current research in these fields. For example, the new edition has an increased emphasis on information processing and biotechnology, reflecting the rapid growth of these areas. The continuing Editor-in-Chief, Robert Meyers, and the Board prepared a new topical outline of physical science and technology to define complete coverage. Section editors are either Nobel Laureates or editors of key journals in their fields.
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The Structure and Rheology of Complex Fluids
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