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Author Foo, Dominic C. Y., author

Title Chemical engineering process simulation / Dominic Chwan Yee Foo [and 9 others]
Published Amsterdam, Netherlands : Elsevier, [2017]
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Contents Front Cover; Chemical Engineering Process Simulation; Chemical Engineering Process Simulation; Copyright; Contents; List of Contributors; How to Use This Book; 1 -- Basics of Process Simulation; 1 -- Introduction to Process Simulation; 1.1 PROCESS DESIGN AND SIMULATION; 1.2 HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE FOR PROCESS SIMULATION; 1.3 BASIC ARCHITECTURES FOR COMMERCIAL SOFTWARE; 1.4 BASIC ALGORITHMS FOR PROCESS SIMULATION; 1.4.1 Sequential Modular Approach; 1.4.2 Equation-Oriented Approach; 1.5 INCORPORATION OF PROCESS SYNTHESIS MODEL AND SEQUENTIAL MODULAR APPROACH
3.3.2.3 Peng-Robinson3.3.2.4 Reducing the "Attractive Force"; 3.3.2.5 Increasing the "Attractive Force"; Example 3.1; 3.4 LIQUID VOLUMES (WALAS, 1985); 3.5 VISCOSITY AND OTHER PROPERTIES; 3.6 PHASE EQUILIBRIA; 3.6.1 Vapor Phase Correction; 3.6.2 Liquid Phase Corrections; 3.6.3 Bringing It All Together; 3.7 FLASH CALCULATIONS (SMITH ET AL.); 3.7.1 "MESH" Equations; 3.7.1.1 Material Balance; 3.7.1.2 Equilibrium; 3.7.1.3 Summation; 3.7.1.4 Heat Balance; 3.7.2 Bubble Point Flash; 3.7.2.1 Methodology; 3.7.3 Dew Point Flash; 3.7.4 Two-Phase Pressure-Temperature Flash; 3.7.5 Other Flash Routines
3.8 PHASE DIAGRAMS3.8.1 Pressure-Temperature Diagrams of Pure Components and Mixtures; 3.8.2 Retrograde Behavior; 3.9 CONCLUSIONS; EXERCISES; REFERENCES; FURTHER READING; 4 -- Simulation of Recycle Streams; 4.1 TYPES OF RECYCLE STREAMS; 4.2 TIPS IN HANDLING RECYCLE STREAMS; 4.2.1 Analyze the Flowsheet; 4.2.2 Provide Estimates for Recycle Streams; 4.2.3 Simplify the Flowsheet; 4.2.4 Avoid Overspecifying Mass Balance; 4.2.5 Check for Trapped Material; 4.2.6 Increase Number of Iterations; 4.3 RECYCLE CONVERGENCE AND ACCELERATION TECHNIQUES; Example 4.1; EXERCISES; REFERENCES; 2 -- UniSim Design
5 -- Basics of Process Simulation With UniSim Design
Example 1.1: n-Octane Production Example1.6 TEN GOOD HABITS FOR PROCESS SIMULATION; REFERENCES; 2 -- Registration of New Components; 2.1 REGISTRATION OF HYPOTHETICAL COMPONENTS; 2.1.1 Hypothetical Component Registration With Aspen HYSYS; Example 2.1; 2.1.2 Hypothetical Component Registration With PRO/II; Example 2.2; 2.2 REGISTRATION OF CRUDE OIL; Example 2.3 Crude Oil Registration With Aspen HYSYS; Step 1: Characterization of Crude Assay; Step 2: Generate Pseudocomponents-Create Cut and Blend; Step 3: Install the Oil in the Flowsheet; Example 2.4 Crude Oil Registration in PRO/II; Exercise
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
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Subject Chemical processes -- Computer simulation.
Form Electronic book
Author Chemmangattuvalappil, Nishanth G.
Chen, Cheng-Liang
Chien, I-Lung, 1955-
Chong, Siewhui
Elms, René D.
Elyas, Rafil.
Lee, Hao-Yeh
Ng, Denny K. S.
ISBN 0128038713 (electronic bk.)
9780128038710 (electronic bk.)