Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
|Statement||Henry Z. Kister.|
|LC Classifications||TP156.D5 K555 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 710 p. :|
|Number of Pages||710|
|LC Control Number||91025976|
Distillation Operation is an essential book if you consider work on distillation and/or absorption. It is essential because provides knowledge based on experience in operation, points out on common operational and design mistakes and help troubleshooting/5(13). DISTILLATION PRINCIPLES A distillation column is a series of equilibrium flashes with two feeds and two product streams Exiting liquid is at bubble point Exiting vapor is at dew point Compositions obey the equation yi = Ki*xi “distillation” comes from Latin “de stilla”, or “of” “drop, trickle”. ''This book is a worthy sequel to the author's previous excellent book Distillation Operation. It is a very impressive work covering almost all aspects of process equipment design procedures for distillation columns.'' Chemical EngineeringPrice: $ Distillation Design and Control Using Aspen Simulation introduces the current status and future implications of this vital technology from the perspectives of steady-state design and dynamics. The book begins with a discussion of vapor-liquid phase equilibrium and then explains the core methods and approaches for analyzing distillation columns.
Distillation Design. Henry Z. Kister or access to any online entitlements included with the product. From inside the book. What people are capacity CHART Chem Chemical column component balance composition constant Continued correlation curve defined diagram diameter distillation downcomer effect efficiency Engineering entrainment. Material Balance on a Distillation Stage Based on the equilibrium stage concept, a distillation column section is modelled as shown in Figure Note that we choose to number the stages starting from the bottom of the column. We denote Ln and Vn as the total liquid- and vapourFile Size: KB. Distillation Design and Control Using Aspen Simulation introduces the current status and future implications of this vital technology from the perspectives of steady-state design and dynamics. The book begins with a discussion of vapor-liquid phase equilibrium and then explains the core methods and approaches for analyzing distillation columns. The new edition of this book greatly updates and expands the previous edition. It boasts new chapters on the divided wall column and carbon dioxide capture from stack gas, revises the design and control of distillation systems, and explains the use of dynamic simulation to study safety issues in the event of operating failures.
Kister, H. - - Distillation Operation: Addeddate Identifier KisterHDistillationOperation Identifier-ark ark://t7rn6p Ocr ABBYY FineReader Ppi Scanner Internet Archive HTML5 Uploader plus-circle . After an overview of the fundamentals, limitations, and scope of reactive distillation, this book uses rigorous models for steady-state design and dynamic analysis of different types of reactive distillation columns and quantitatively compares the economics of reactive distillation columns with conventional multi-unit processes. Distillation Design provides complete, up-to-date coverage of the principles and practical aspects of designing this important industrial process for the food, chemical, pharmaceutical, petrochemical, petroleum refining, gas, and alcohol industries.. This definitive sourcebook examines process and equipment design procedures, discusses the limitations of the various design methods, and. Distillation Design is a book which provides complete coverage of the design of industrial distillation columns for the petroleum refining, chemical and petrochemical plants, natural gas processing, pharmaceutical, food and alcohol distilling industries. It has been a classical chemical engineering textbook since it was first published in February The subjects covered in the book include:Author: Henry Z. Kister.