1st Edition

Encyclopedia of Chemical Processing and Design
Volume 13 - Cracking: Catalytic to Crystallization



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ISBN 9780824724634
Published April 1, 1981 by CRC Press
408 Pages

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Book Description

"Written by engineers for engineers (with over 150 International Editorial Advisory Board members),this highly lauded resource provides up-to-the-minute information on the chemical processes, methods, practices, products, and standards in the chemical, and related, industries. "

Table of Contents

"Cracking, Catalytic, E. C. Luckenbach, A. C. Worley, A. D. Reichle, and E. M. Gladrow Cracking, Catalytic, Optimization and Control, J. A. Feldman, B. E. Lutter, and R. L. Hair Cracking, Thermal, W. P. Ballard, G. I. Cottington, and T. A. Cooper Cresols and Cresylic Acids, K. E. Clonts and R. A. McKetta Critical Path Scheduling, B. H. Amstead Crotonaldehyde, E. J. Mills, Jr. Crude Oil Distillation, George T. Atkins, E. Owen McBride, and Louis W. Owen Cryogenics, K. D. Timmerhaus and T. M. Flynn Cryolite and Aluminum Fluoride, S. N. Sharma, N. M. Singh, and Baldev Singh Crystallization, Concepts, Ken Toyokura Crystallization, Design, Richard C. Bennett Crystallization, Extractive and Adductive, Glenn H. Dale "

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"High acclaim from worldwide authoritative journals . . .an ambitious work indeed. . .a valuable addition to many college and industrial libraries. . . . . .highly recommend[ed]. . .to any student of the chemical process industries. . .provides a valuable starting point for any specific design-related project. "
---American Scientist
". . .a useful and valuable addition to all technical, professional, and university library collections. "
---IEEE Journal
". . .A wealth of information is presented on a number of processes, each keyword is followed by extensive bibliographies, unit operations are illustrated by practical problems, and case studies are presented of design exercises. "
---Chemistry & Industry
"A very attractive series of volumes. "
---The Cost Engineer