Fluid Flow for Chemical and Process EngineersBy
- F. Holland, Head of the Department of Overseas Education and Development at the University of Salford, UK
- R. Bragg, Senior Lecturer in the Department of Chemical Engineering at UMIST, UK
This major new edition of a popular undergraduate text covers topics of interest to chemical engineers taking courses on fluid flow. These topics include non-Newtonian flow, gas-liquid two-phase flow, pumping and mixing. It expands on the explanations of principles given in the first edition and is more self-contained. Two strong features of the first edition were the extensive derivation of equations and worked examples to illustrate calculation procedures. These have been retained. A new extended introductory chapter has been provided to give the student a thorough basis to understand the methods covered in subsequent chapters.
Chemical engineering undergraduates. Engineers and applied mathematicians doing fluid flow courses.
Paperback, 384 Pages
Published: March 1995
Imprint: Butterworth Heinemann
- Fluids in motion * Flow of incompressible Newtonian fluids in pipes and channels * Flow of incompressible non-Newtonian fluids in pipes * Pumping of liquids * Mixing of liquids in tanks * Flow of compressible fluids in conduits * Gas-liquid two-phase flow * Flow measurement * Fluid motion in the presence of solid particles * Introduction to unsteady flow * Appendix I: The Navier-Stokes equations * Appendix II: Further problems * Answers to problems * Conversion factors * Index.