Encyclopedia of Chemical Processing and Design
Volume 42 - Pressure-Relieving Devices: Rupture Disks: Selection of to Process Control and Dynamics: Savings from Upgrading
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Table of Contents
"Pressure-Relieving Devices, Rupture Disks, Selection of, Louis R. Harris Pressure-Relieving Devices, Rupture Disks, Shortcut Design, Corrado Alba Pressure-Relieving Devices, Safety Evaluation and Design, Hans K. Fauske, Michael A. Grolmes, and George H. Clare Pressure-Relieving Devices, Sizing, Installation, Testing, Gary B. Emerson Pressure-Relieving Devices, Two-Phase Flow Design, K. E. First and J. E. Huff Pressure Switches, John A. Masek Pressure and Temperature Control Valve Sizing, Albert Armer Pressure Testing, D. T. Ferge Pressure Ventilation, Chimneys, Design Considerations, John D. Constance Pressure Ventilation, Chimneys, Fiberglass Liners, John D. Constance Pressure Ventilation, Motors, John D. Constance Pressure Vessel Codes, Stanley Yokell Pressure Vessel Costs, Antonio Mulet, Armando B. Corripio, and Lawrence B. Evans Pressure Vessel Design, John J. McKetta Pressure Vessel Design Heads, Paul J. Logan Pressure Vessel Design, Nozzles, John J. McKetta Pressure Vessel Design, Nozzles Piping Reactions, Walther J. Stikvoort Pressure Vessel Design, Optimum Diameter, Thickness and Length, Adam Zanker Pressurized Water Reactors, Problem Solving, Stanley J. Green Preventive Maintenance, Data Acquisition, Gregory E. Parks Problem Solving, Richard A. Kujawski and Linda L. Smith Process Analysis, J. F. Ferrall, A. W. Pappano, and C. N. Jennings Process Automation, Basic Concepts, Lewis M. Gordon Process Automation, Feedback Control Modes, Lewis M. Gordon Process Automation, Scaling, Lewis M. Gordon Process Automation with Microcomputers, William L. Schweber Process Computer Control, William Copulsky and Harold G. Weinreb Process Computer Control, Human Factors, William Copulsky Process Control, Stanley M. Walas Process Control and Dynamics, Thomas F. Edgar and James B. Rawlings Process Control and Dynamics, Multilevel Integrated Batch Control, Herman Bozenhardt Process Control and Dynamics, Savings from Upgrading, Herman Bozenhardt and Martin Dybeck "
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