Chemical Reactor Design: Mathematical Modeling And Applications
by Juan A. Conesa /
2019 / English / PDF
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A guide to the technical and calculation problems of chemical reactor analysis, scaleup, catalytic and biochemical reactor design Chemical Reactor Design offers a guide to the myriad aspects of reactor design including the use of numerical methods for solving engineering problems. The authora noted expert on the topicexplores the use of transfer functions to study residence time distributions, convolution and deconvolution curves for reactor characterization, forcedunsteadystateoperation, scaleup of chemical reactors, industrial catalysis, biochemical reactors design, as well as the design of multiphase gasliquidsolid reactors. Chemical Reactor Design contains several examples of calculations and it gives special emphasis on the numerical solutions of differential equations by using the finite differences approximation, which offers the background information for understanding other more complex methods. The book is designed for the chemical engineering academic community and includes case studies on mathematical modeling by using of MatLab software. This important book: -Offers an uptodate insight into the most important developments in the field of chemical, catalytic, and biochemical reactor engineering -Contains new aspects such as the use of numerical methods for solving engineering problems, transfer functions to study residence time distributions, and more -Includes illustrative case studies on MatLab approach, with emphasis on numerical solution of differential equations using the finite differences approximation Written for chemical engineers, mechanical engineers, chemists in industry, bioengineers, and process engineers, Chemical Reactor Design: Mathematical Modeling and Applications addresses the technical and calculation problems of chemical reactor analysis, scaleup, as well as catalytic and biochemical reactor design.