Fluid Flow for Chemical and Process Engineers

2nd Edition

Authors: F. Holland R. Bragg
Paperback ISBN: 9780340610589
eBook ISBN: 9780080523699
Imprint: Butterworth-Heinemann
Published Date: 17th March 1995
Page Count: 384
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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.

Table of Contents

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.


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About the Author

F. Holland

Affiliations and Expertise

Head of the Department of Overseas Education and Development at the University of Salford, UK

R. Bragg

Affiliations and Expertise

Senior Lecturer in the Department of Chemical Engineering at UMIST, UK