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Introduction to Chemical Engineering Analysis Using Mathematica, Second Edition reviews the processes and designs used to manufacture, use, and dispose of chemical products using Mathematica, one of the most powerful mathematical software tools available for symbolic, numerical, and graphical computing. Analysis and computation are explained simultaneously. The book covers the core concepts of chemical engineering, ranging from the conservation of mass and energy to chemical kinetics. The text also shows how to use the latest version of Mathematica, from the basics of writing a few lines of code through developing entire analysis programs.
This second edition has been fully revised and updated, and includes analyses of the conservation of energy, whereas the first edition focused on the conservation of mass and ordinary differential equations.
- Offers a fully revised and updated new edition, extended with conservation of energy
- Covers a large number of topics in chemical engineering analysis, particularly for applications to reaction systems
- Includes many detailed examples
- Contains updated and new worked problems at the end of the book
- Written by a prominent scientist in the field
Practicing chemical engineers, professional chemists, materials scientists, and applied physicists; Undergraduates taking first courses in chemical engineering and graduates taking courses in analysis and computing
- A Primer of Mathematica
2. Elementary-Single-Component Systems
3. The Draining Tank and Related Systems
4. Multiple-Component Systems
5. Multiple Phases - Mass Transfer
6. Adsorption and Permeation
7. Reacting Systems - Kinetics and Batch Reactors
8. Semi-Continuous Flow Reactors
9. Continuous Stirred Tank and the Plug Flow Reactors
10. Worked Problems
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- © Academic Press 2021
- 25th June 2021
- Academic Press
- Paperback ISBN:
Henry C. “Hank” Foley, Ph.D., is the fourth president of New York Institute of Technology. He joined the university in June 2017 after serving as interim chancellor of the University of Missouri-Columbia. While at Penn State he was the Walter L. Robb Professor and Head of Chemical Engineering, and eventually the vice president for research and dean of the graduate school. He has held faculty appointments at MU, Penn State, and the University of Delaware. An accomplished researcher who has dedicated more than 30 years to advancing the study of nanotechnology, Foley holds 16 patents, has written more than 200 articles, book chapters and conference proceedings. Foley is an elected fellow of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers, the American Chemical Society’s Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Division, the American Association for the Advancement of Science and the National Academy of Inventors.
New York Institute of Technology, President, New York, NY, USA
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