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Biotechnology

Basic Transport Phenomena in Biomedical Engineering Third Edition Ronald L. Fournier

University of Toledo, Ohio, USA

Exploring fundamental engineering and life science principles to uncover key concepts in biomedical engineering transport phenomena, this volume begins with a review of the basics of thermodynamics. It then examines the physical properties of body fluids and the cell membrane before moving on to topics such as properties of blood, solute transport, pharmacokinetic analysis, extracorporeal devices, tissue engineering, and bioartificial organs. Each chapter ends with problems to help clarify the material.

Features: • Provides an introductory level text for students in bioengineering, chemical engineering, mechanical engineering, and the life sciences • Presents a basic understanding and the theories of transport in biological systems then builds on this knowledge base to show real-world applications in the development and design of artificial organs, drug delivery systems, and tissue engineering • Includes numerous examples with a discussion of the numerical methods used to solve the problems • Contains an extensive bibliography of the research literature that supports the material in the text • Supplies numerous illustrations, with homework problems at the end of each chapter that provide students the opportunity to explore in greater detail the material covered in each chapter Solutions manual available upon qualifying course adoption

Selected Contents: Introduction. A Review of Thermodynamic Concepts. Physical Properties of the Body Fluids and the Cell Membrane. The Physical and Flow Properties of Blood. Solute Transport in Biological Systems. Pharmacokinetic Analysis. Extracorporeal Devices. Tissue Engineering. Bioartificial Organs. Index.

August 2011, 483 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-2670-6, £44.99

A Laboratory Course in Tissue Engineering Melissa Kurtis Micou University of California, San Diego, USA

Dawn Kilkenny

University of Toronto, Ontario, Canada

This book is a hands-on lab manual for tissue engineering (TE) instruction. The manual contains classic TE experiments as well as modern TE techniques, emphasizing the importance of engineering analysis, mathematical modeling, and statistical design of experiments. It includes over 20 stand-alone experiments that provide more than a semester's worth of activities, allowing instructors to customize their courses. The authors present experiments that use equipment commonly found in labs equipped for tissue culture, and they include pre-lab and discussion questions for each experiment.

August 2012, 286 pp., Soft Cover ISBN: 978-1-4398-7893-4, £38.99

Biomedical Engineering Principles Second Edition Arthur B. Ritter, Vikki Hazelwood, and Antonio Valdevit

Stevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken, New Jersey, USA

Alfred N. Ascione

Alcatel-Lucent Technologies, New Jersey, USA

Integrating engineering, medicine, biology, and physics, this book clearly defines basic principles in image processing and biomechanics, modeling physiological processes, and bioelectric signal analysis to build a solid understanding of devices and designs for improved functioning of the human body. It includes cutting-edge discussions of tissue engineering, cardiovascular components, bone regrowth, and nerve regeneration. Other topics include technologies at the forefront of cardiac care, such as total artificial hearts, left ventricular assist devices, and stents, as well as issues related to minimally invasive and robotic surgery, next-generation imaging devices, and nanodevices.

May 2011, 540 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-1232-7, £63.99

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Biotechnology

Healthcare Biotechnology

Biotechnology Operations

A Practical Guide

Principles and Practices

Dimitris Dogramatzis Dogramatzis Pharmacy, Athens, Greece

Michael J. Roy

University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA

Biotechnology Operations: Principles and Practices serves as a practical guide for students, professionals, or anyone else with interests in the biotech industry. Although many books emphasize specific technical aspects of biotech, this is perhaps the first to integrate essential concepts of product development and scientific and management skills with the seven functional areas of biotechnology: • Biomanufacturing • Clinical trials • Nonclinical studies • Project management • Quality assurance • Quality control • Regulatory affairs A practical roadmap to optimizing biotechnology operations, this reference illustrates how to use specific product planning, design, and project management processes to seamlessly merge plans and efforts in the key functional areas. Applying lessons learned throughout the nascent history of biotech, author Michael Roy highlights developmental principles that could bring future products to market more safely and efficiently. Drawing from his experiences working in industry and teaching a graduate course at the University of Wisconsin, this hotly anticipated book clarifies basic methodologies and practices to help reduce risks and resolve problems as future technological discoveries are developed into tangible products.

Selected Contents: Introduction to Biotechnology Operations: Planning for Success. Project Management. Regulatory Affairs. Regulatory Compliance. Quality Systems. Biomanufacture. Quality Control. Nonclinical Studies. Clinical Trials. Glossary. Additional Reading. Practical Problems and Questions.

March 2011, 416 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-3027-7, £63.99

Focusing on the management of healthcare-related biotechnology, this text is a practical guide assisting all healthcare-related biotech professionals in their dayto-day activities. It contains chapters on bioeconomy, biolicensing, biofinance, biopartnering, biodrug research, biomarket planning, biopromotion, product life cycle management, and biobusiness models. Written by a well-established professional and registered pharmacist, this reference is appropriate for graduate students and industry professionals. It contains over 350 tables and figures, and end-of-section problems accompany each chapter. Extensive references follow each chapter.

December 2010, 689 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-4746-6, £66.99

Introduction to Biology and Biotechnology Second Edition K. Vaidyanath, K. Pratap Reddy, and K. Satya Prasad

Osmania University, Hyderabad, India

This edition focuses on sustainable development and human welfare in biology, genetics, microbial biotechnology, and molecular medicine. While written for engineers specializing in biotechnology, those in agriculture, veterinary science, and medicine will find new information relevant to their practice. The book links biological principles to plant, animal, environmental, industrial, and medical biotechnologies; discusses concepts of genetics and molecular biology; and examines developments in the production of biopolymers, vaccines, gene therapy, bioremediation, biofuels, and biofertilizers.

February 2009, 625 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-0724-8, £55.99

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Biotechnology

Biotechnology Fundamentals Firdos Alam Khan

Molecular Motors in Bionanotechnology

Manipal University, Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Keith Firman

The focus of Biotechnology Fundamentals is to educate readers on both classical and modern aspects of biotechnology and to expose them to a range of topics, from basic information to complex technicalities. Other books cover subjects individually, but this text offers a rare topical combination of coverage, using numerous helpful illustrations to explore the information that students and researchers need to intelligently shape their careers.

This book describes a wide range of molecular motors, ranging from chemical motors to biological motors, in a manner that updates, or reviews, both classification of the type of motor and the grouping into families. Many techniques have evolved to study and characterise molecular motors at the single-molecule level (e.g. use of molecular tweezer devices for single-molecule studies) and the reader is introduced to the concepts and benefits of each technique. In addition, the book looks at structural information and how this helps understand function and finally, how some of these motors are being used or may be used in the future as part of a synthetic biology approach to building devices and sensors.

Keeping pace with the rapid advancement of the field, topics covered include: • How biotechnology products are produced • Differences between scientific research conducted in universities and industry • Which areas of biotechnology offer the best and most challenging career opportunities • Key laboratory techniques and protocols employed in the field The contents of this book are derived from discussions between teachers and undergraduate students and designed to address the concepts and methods thought useful by both sides. Starting with the fundamentals of biotechnology, coverage includes definitions, historical perspectives, timelines, and major discoveries, in addition to products, research and development, career prospects, ethical issues, and future trends. The author then delves into stem cell research, cloning, biofuels, transgenic plants, genetically modified food/crops, pharmacogenomics, and nanobiotechnology. Incorporating extensive pedagogy into the content, this book provides plenty of examples, end-of-chapter problems, case studies, and lab tutorials to help reinforce understanding.

Selected Contents: Introduction to Biotechnology. Genes and Genomics. Proteins and Proteomics. Recombinant DNA Technology. Microbial Biotechnology. Agricultural Biotechnology. Animal Biotechnology. Environmental Biotechnology. Medical Biotechnology. Nanobiotechnology. Product Development in Biotechnology. Industrial Biotechnology. Ethics in Biotechnology. Careers in Biotechnology. Laboratory Tutorials. Glossary.

University of Portsmouth, UK

August 2012, 300 pp. ISBN: 978-981-4267-02-1, £95.00

Concepts in Cereal Chemistry Finlay MacRitchie Kansas State University, Manhattan, USA

Rather than presenting a lot of information about the field, Concepts in Cereal Chemistry stimulates critical thinking by emphasizing the important concepts related to the science. Written by distinguished researcher and teacher Dr. Finlay MacRitchie, this compact and reader-friendly book focuses mainly on cereal chemistry, but also incorporates relevant theory from the basic sciences, such as physics and genetics. This well-organized resource provides students and researchers in both academia and industry with the information they need to tackle problems likely to arise in cereal research.

May 2010, 197 pp., Soft Cover ISBN: 978-1-4398-3582-1, £45.99

September 2011, 608 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-2009-4, £48.99

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Chemical Processing & Design Forthcoming!

Introduction to Process Control

Fundamentals of Automatic Process Control

Second Edition Jose A. Romagnoli

Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, USA

Uttam Ray Chaudhuri University of Calcutta, India

Ahmet Palazoglu

Utpal Ray Chaudhuri

University of California, Davis, USA

Jadavpur University, Calcutta, India

Series: Chemical Industries

Series: Chemical Industries

Modern plants require operators and engineers to have thorough knowledge of instrumentation hardware as well as good operating skills. Chemical engineers need to know about the appropriate use of both control hardware and software and must be able to select/write computer programs that interface the hardware and software to run a plant effectively. This book provides an integrated introduction to the hardware and software of automatic control systems. It solves problems from the GATE examination and provides explanations for each solution. It also includes various examples of control systems commonly used in plants, Laplacian mathematics with solutions, as well as virtual laboratory software.

Features: • Presents a large number of problems and examples with different applications and complexity • Provides many examples of control systems commonly found and used in plants • Includes Laplacian mathematics with brief mathematical solutions as well as computer solutions • Offers virtual laboratory software to familiarize students with various control systems

Selected Contents: An Introduction to Automatic Process Control. Open-Loop Process Dynamics and Transfer Functions. Disturbances and Responses. Process Control Loop System and Analysis. Control Loop Analysis. Tuning of PID Controllers. Advanced Control Strategies. Virtual Laboratory. Computer Control. Selected Problems and Solutions of GATE Examinations from 2002 to 2012.

October 2012, c. 306 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4665-1420-1, £89.00

Introduction to Process Control, Second Edition provides a bridge between the traditional view of process control and the current, expanded role by blending conventional topics with a broader perspective of more integrated process operation, control, and information systems. Updating and expanding the content of its predecessor, this second edition addresses issues in today’s teaching of process control.

Features: • Defines the traditional and expanded roles of process control in modern manufacturing • Introduces the link between process optimization and process control (optimizing control), including the effect of disturbances on the optimal plant operation, the concepts of steadystate and dynamic backoff as ways to quantify the economic benefits of control, and how to determine an optimal transition policy during a planned production change • Incorporates an introduction to the modern architectures of industrial computer control systems with real case studies and applications to pilot-scale operations • Discusses the expanded role of process control in modern manufacturing, including modelcentric technologies and integrated control systems • Integrates data processing/reconciliation and intelligent monitoring in the overall control system architecture Drawing on the authors’ combined 50 years of teaching experiences, this classroom-tested text is designed for chemical engineering students but is also suitable for industrial practitioners who need to understand key concepts of process control and how to implement them. The authors help readers see how traditional process control has evolved into an integrated operational environment used to run modern manufacturing facilities.

February 2012, 643 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-5486-0, £95.00

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Chemical Processing & Design

Second Edition

Computer Methods in Chemical Engineering

Albert Matlack

Nayef Ghasem

The book covers traditional green chemistry topics, including catalysis, benign solvents, and alternative feedstocks. It also discusses relevant but less frequently covered topics with chapters such as Chemistry of Longer Wear and Population and the Environment. This coverage highlights the importance of chemistry to everyday life and demonstrates the benefits the expanded exploitation of green chemistry can have for society. Copiously illustrated with over 800 figures, this second edition provides the best information from the frontiers of the field.

Computer Methods in Chemical Engineering presents the most commonly used simulation software, along with the theory involved. It covers chemical engineering thermodynamics, fluid mechanics, material and energy balances, mass transfer operations, reactor design, and computer applications in chemical engineering.

Introduction to Green Chemistry University of Delaware, Newark, USA

Features: • Reviews the urgency for implementing green practices • Suggests effective substitutes for noxious materials • Investigates the advantages and disadvantages of using solid reagents in chemical reactions • Explores ways to streamline separation and solvent procedures • Assesses and considers how to expand the limits of biocatalysts • Promotes operations and synthesis for renewing raw materials to create more durable products and use alternative energy sources • Discusses multiple approaches for preventing on-site accidents and injuries, reducing costs, eliminating waste, and developing more efficient green solutions

Selected Contents: Introduction. Doing without Phosgene, Hydrogen Cyanide, and Formaldehyde. The Chlorine Controversy. Toxic Heavy Metal Ions. Solid Catalyst and Reagents for Ease of Workup. Solid Acids and Bases. Chemical Separations. Working Without Organic Solvents. Biocatalysis and Biodiversity. Stereochemistry. Agrochemicals. Materials for a Sustainable Economy. Chemistry of Longer Wear. Chemistry of Recycling. Energy and the Environment. Population and the Environment. Environmental Economics. Greening.

April 2010, 599 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4200-7811-4, £66.99

United Arab Emirates University, Al-Ain

Through this book, students learn: • What chemical engineers do • The functions and theoretical background of basic chemical engineering unit operations • How to simulate chemical processes using software packages • How to size chemical process units manually and with software • How to fit experimental data • How to solve linear and nonlinear algebraic equations as well as ordinary differential equations Along with exercises and references, each chapter contains a theoretical description of process units followed by numerous examples that are solved step by step via hand calculations and computer simulation using Hysys/Unisim, PRO/II, Aspen Plus, and SuperPro Designer. Adhering to the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET) criteria, the book gives students the tools needed to solve real problems involving thermodynamics and fluid-phase equilibria, fluid flow, material and energy balances, heat exchangers, reactor design, distillation, absorption, and liquid–liquid extraction. Solutions manual, figure slides, and lecture slides available upon qualifying course adoption

Selected Contents: Thermodynamics and Fluid-Phase Equilibria. Fluid Flow in Pipes, Pumps, and Compressors. Material and Energy Balance. Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers. Reactor Design. Distillation Column. Gas Absorption. Liquid–Liquid Extraction. Process Simulation. Appendices. Index.

August 2011, 523 pp. Soft Cover ISBN: 978-1-4398-4999-6, £44.99

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Chemical Processing & Design Principles of Chemical Engineering Processes

Chemical and Energy Process Engineering

Nayef Ghasem

United Arab Emirates University, Al-Ain

Redhouane Henda

Sigurd Skogestad

Laurentian University, Sudbury, Ontario, Canada

NTNU, Trondheim, Norway

Written in a clear, concise style, Principles of Chemical Engineering Processes provides an introduction to the basic principles and calculation techniques that are fundamental to the field. The text focuses on problems in material and energy balances in relation to chemical reactors and introduces software that employs numerical methods to solve these problems. Upon mastery of this material, readers will be able to: • Understand basic processing terminology (batch, semibatch, continuous, purge, and recycle) and standard operations (reaction, distillation, absorption, extraction, and filtration) • Draw and fully label a flowchart for a given process description • Choose a convenient basis for calculation for both single- and multiple-unit processes • Identify possible subsystems for which material and energy balances might be written • Perform a degree of freedom analysis for the overall system and each possible subsystem, formulating the appropriate material and energy balance equations • Apply the first law of thermodynamics, calculate energy and enthalpy changes, and construct energy balances on closed and open systems Written as a text to fully meet the needs of advanced undergraduate students, it is also suitable as a reference for chemical engineers with its wide coverage across the biochemical and electromechanical fields. Each chapter of the text provides examples, case studies, and end-of-chapter problems, and the accompanying CD-ROM contains software designed for solving problems in chemical engineering.

September 2008, 400 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4200-8013-1, £69.99

Designed to be of continuing use to practicing engineers, this text is also appropriate for second-year chemical engineering students. The author, a dynamic systems expert, approaches the introductory material in a fundamental way. He provides a thorough grounding in basic mass and energy balances and highlights their importance. He also covers timely topics such as basic thermodynamics and analysis of energy efficiency. Additional problems are posted on the web to enhance further study.

Features: • Contains appendices with additional information on thermodynamics and physical chemistry, entropy and equilibrium, and differential balances • Focuses on the general principles of material and energy balances • Covers heat exchange, compression and expansion, refrigeration processes, and thermal power • Describes how to perform hand calculations based on ideal gas and perfect mixing • Considers topics from physical chemistry and thermodynamics, including process dynamics, entropy, and thermal power • Provides a foundation for industrial process engineering calculations that can also be applied to biological processes • Includes end-of-chapter exercises A solutions manual and additional problems are available upon qualified course adoption

Selected Contents: Notation, concepts and numbers. Derivation of balance equations. Mass balances with reaction. The energy balance. Heat exchange. Compression and expansion. Entropy and equilibrium. Work from heat. Mechanical energy balance. Chemical reaction engineering. Process dynamics. Appendices.

August 2008, 440 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4200-8755-0, £63.99

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Chemical Processing & Design Forthcoming!

Introduction to Chemical Reactor Analysis Second Edition R.E. Hayes and J.P. Mmbaga

University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada

Written for students and professionals interested in chemical reactions engineering, this second edition of a successful premiere volume involves a considerable expansion to make it suitable for a two-semester undergraduate course in chemical reaction engineering. Additional material focuses on catalysis and catalytic reactors, only briefly covered in the previous edition. The authors expand upon adsorption and reaction in heterogeneous catalysis. A new chapter on transport process in catalysis is included also. A comprehensive appendix of numerical methods, with reference to the popular commercial software packages Polymath, COMSOL, Multiphysics, and MATLAB® are included as well.

Features: • Includes new material that focuses on catalysis and catalytic reactors • Offers a comprehensive appendix on numerical methods • Provides expanded coverage of adsorption • Includes a new chapter on transport processes in catalysis

Selected Contents: Introduction. The Thermodynamics of Chemical Reactions. Mole Balances in Ideal Reactors. Energy Balances in Ideal Reactors. Chemical Kinetics for Homogeneous Reactions. Nonideal Reactor Analysis. Introduction to Catalysis. Kinetics of Catalytic Reactions. Transport Processes in Catalysis. Analysis of Catalytic Reactors. Experimental Methods in Catalysis. Appendices: Numerical Methods. Thermodynamic Data. Useful Integrals. Numerical Software.

October 2012, c. 582 pp., Soft Cover ISBN: 978-1-4398-6700-6, £39.99

Food Process Engineering Operations George D. Saravacos and Zacharias B. Maroulis

National Technical University of Athens (NTUA), Greece Series: Contemporary Food Engineering

Current textbooks on food process engineering cover mainly the traditional unit operations of fluid flow and heat transfer, with less attention paid to mass transfer and important mechanical processing operations. This textbook provides needed balance with coverage of traditional unit operations, using updated engineering properties and data, and simplified computer aided techniques. It discusses mechanical processing and novel food processes such as membrane separations, and introduces elements of food packaging operations and food process design. It examines the effects of each process on the quality, safety, and physical structure of food products.

Features • Supplies information missing in other engineering textbooks such as mass transfer and mechanical processing operations • Examines the effects of each process on the quality, safety, and physical structure of food products • Presents engineering aspects of novel processes such as membrane separations and packaging operations • Provides computer-aided spreadsheet techniques in food process engineering An instructors’ manual on CD-ROM with answers, additional test questions, and support materials is available upon qualifying course adoption

Selected Contents: Introduction. Overview of Food Processing. Principles of Process Engineering. Fluid Flow Operations. Mechanical Processing Operations. Heating Operations. Refrigeration and Freezing. Evaporation. Thermal Processing of Foods. Dehydration. Mass Transfer Operations. Novel Processing Operations. Elements of Food Packaging Operations. Hygienic Process Considerations. Elements of Food Process Design and Economics. Appendices.

February 2011, 594 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4200-8353-8, £53.99

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Chemical Processing & Design Chemical Reaction Engineering and Reactor Technology

Batch Distillation

Tapio O. Salmi, Jyri-Pekka Mikkola and Johan P. Warna

Urmila Diwekar

Simulation, Optimal Design, and Control, Second Edition Vishwamitra Research Institute, Clarendon Hills, Illinois, USA

Series: Chemical Industries

The role of the chemical reactor is crucial for the industrial conversion of raw materials into products and numerous factors must be considered when selecting an appropriate and efficient chemical reactor. Chemical Reaction Engineering and Reactor Technology defines the qualitative aspects that affect the selection of an industrial chemical reactor and couples various reactor models to case-specific kinetic expressions for chemical processes. Offering a systematic development of the chemical reaction engineering concept, this volume explores: • Essential stoichiometric, kinetic, and thermodynamic terms needed in the analysis of chemical reactors • Homogeneous and heterogeneous reactors • Residence time distributions and non-ideal flow conditions in industrial reactors • Solutions of algebraic and ordinary differential equation systems • Gas- and liquid-phase diffusion coefficients and gas-film coefficients • Correlations for gas-liquid systems • Solubilities of gases in liquids • Guidelines for laboratory reactors and the estimation of kinetic parameters The authors pay special attention to the exact formulations and derivations of mass energy balances and their numerical solutions. Richly illustrated and containing exercises and solutions covering a number of processes, from oil refining to the development of specialty and fine chemicals, the text provides a clear understanding of chemical reactor analysis and design.

Selected Contents: Introduction. Stoichiometry and Kinetics. Homogeneous Reactors. Nonodeal Reactors: Residence Time Distributions. Catalytic Two-Phase Reactors. Catalytic Three-Phase Reactors. Gas-Liquid Reactors. Reactors for Reactive Solids. Toward New Reactor and Reaction Engineering. Chemical Reaction Engineering: Historical Remarks and Future Challenges. Exercises. Solutions to Selected Exercises. Appendices. Index.

August 2010, 644 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4200-9268-4, £39.99

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Most available books in chemical engineering mainly pertain to continuous processes, with batch distillation relegated to a small section. Filling this void in the chemical engineering literature, Batch Distillation: Simulation, Optimal Design, and Control, Second Edition helps readers gain a solid, hands-on background in batch processing. The second edition of this bestseller explores numerous new developments in batch distillation that have emerged since the publication of the first edition.

New to the Second Edition: • Special sections on complex column configurations and azeotropic, extractive, and reactive distillation • A chapter on various kinds of uncertainties in batch distillation • A chapter covering software packages for batch distillation simulation, design, optimization, and control • Separate chapters on complex columns and complex systems • Up-to-date references and coverage of recent research articles This edition explains how to effectively design, synthesize, and make operations decisions related to batch processes. Through careful treatments of uncertainty analysis, optimization, and optimal control methods, the author gives readers the necessary tools for making the best decisions in practice. While primarily designed for a graduate course in batch distillation, the text can also be used in undergraduate chemical engineering courses. In addition, researchers and academics faced with batch distillation research problems and practicing chemical engineers tackling problems in actual day-to-day operations will find the book to be a useful reference source.

Selected Contents: Introduction. Basic Modes of Operation. Column Dynamics. Simplified Models. Optimization. Complex Columns. Complex Systems. Batch Distillation Control. Consideration of Uncertainty. Batch Distillation Software Programs. Index.

December 2011, 400 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-6122-6, £99.00 Not available for sale in Canada

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Chemical Processing & Design Heat Exchangers Selection, Rating, and Thermal Design, Third Edition Sadik Kakaç

TOBB University of Economics and Technology, Ankara, Turkey

Hongtan Liu

University of Miami, Coral Gables, Florida, USA

Anchasa Pramuanjaroenkij

Kasetsart University, Chalermphrakiat Sakon Nakhon Province Campus, Thailand

Praise for its Bestselling Second Edition: “The first edition of this work gathered in one place the essence of important information formerly scattered throughout the literature. The second edition adds the following new information: introductory material on heat transfer enhancement; an application of the Bell-Delaware method; new correlation for calculating heat transfer and friction coefficients for chevron-type plates; revision of many of the solved examples and the addition of several new ones.” —MEMagazine

Heat exchangers are essential in a wide range of engineering applications, including power plants, automobiles, airplanes, process and chemical industries, and heating, air conditioning and refrigeration systems. Revised and updated with new problem sets and examples, Heat Exchangers: Selection, Rating, and Thermal Design, Third Edition presents a systematic treatment of the various types of heat exchangers, focusing on selection, thermalhydraulic design, and rating.

Topics discussed include: • • • • • • • • •

Classification of heat exchangers according to different criteria Basic design methods for sizing and rating of heat exchangers Single-phase forced convection correlations in channels Pressure drop and pumping power for heat exchangers and their piping circuit Design solutions for heat exchangers subject to fouling Double-pipe heat exchanger design methods Correlations for the design of two-phase flow heat exchangers Thermal design methods and processes for shell-and-tube, compact, and gasketed-plate heat exchangers Thermal design of condensers and evaporators

This third edition contains two new chapters. Micro/Nano Heat Transfer explores the thermal design fundamentals for microscale heat exchangers and the enhancement heat transfer for applications to heat exchanger design with nanofluids. It also examines single-phase forced convection correlations as well as flow friction factors for microchannel flows for heat transfer and pumping power calculations. Polymer Heat Exchangers introduces an alternative design option for applications hindered by the operating limitations of metallic heat exchangers. The appendices provide the thermophysical properties of various fluids. Each chapter contains examples illustrating thermal design methods and procedures and relevant nomenclature, and end-of-chapter problems to test assimilation of the material.

Features: • Presents a systematic approach to heat exchangers, focusing on fundamentals and applications • Provides realistic design examples to enable instructors to assign thermal design projects to students • Includes 58 solved examples to help students understand thermal-hydraulic design and the rating of heat exchangers • Contains two new chapters: Micro/Nano Heat Transfer and Polymer Heat Exchangers Solutions manual available with qualifying course adoption

Selected Contents: Classification of Heat Exchangers. Basic Design Methods of Heat Exchangers. Forced Convection Correlations for the Single-Phase Side of Heat Exchangers. Heat Exchanger Pressure Drop and Pumping Power. Micro/Nano Heat Transfer. Fouling of Heat Exchangers. Double-Pipe Heat Exchangers. Design Correlations for Condensers and Evaporators. Shell-and-Tube Heat Exchangers. Compact Heat Exchangers. Gasketed-Plate Heat Exchangers. Condensers and Evaporators. Polymer Heat Exchangers. Appendices. Index.

March 2012, 631 pp., ISBN: 978-1-4398-4990-3, £82.00 For more information and complete contents, visit www.crctextbooks.com

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Mass Transfer Computational Transport Phenomena for Engineering Analyses

Transport Phenomena Fundamentals

Richard C. Farmer

Joel Plawsky

Ralph W. Pike

Series: Chemical Industries

Second Edition Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, New York, USA

SECA, Inc., Carson City, Nevada, USA

Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, USA

Gary C. Cheng

University of Alabama, Birmingham, USA

Yen-Sen Chen

National Space Organization, Hsinchu, Taiwan

Although computer technology has dramatically improved the analysis of complex transport phenomena, the methodology has yet to be effectively integrated into engineering curricula. The huge volume of literature associated with the wide variety of transport processes cannot be appreciated or mastered without using innovative tools to allow comprehension and study of these processes. Connecting basic principles with numerical methodology for solving the conservations laws, Computational Transport Phenomena for Engineering Analyses presents the topic in terms of modern engineering analysis. The book includes a production-quality computer source code for expediting and illustrating analyses of mass, momentum, and energy transport.

Transport Phenomena Fundamentals, Second Edition provides a unified treatment of heat, mass, and momentum transport based on a balance equation approach. Used in a two-term transport phenomena sequence at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, this text streamlines the teaching of transport phenomena. The first part of the book takes students through the balance equation in the context of diffusive transport, be it momentum, energy, mass, or charge. Each chapter adds a term to the balance equation, highlighting the effects of that addition on the physical behavior of the system and the underlying mathematical description. The second half of the book builds upon the balance equation description of diffusive transport by introducing convective transport terms, focusing on partial rather than ordinary differential equations. The Navier–Stokes and convective transport equations are derived from balance equations in both macroscopic and microscopic forms.

Features:

Solutions manual is available with qualifying course adoption

• Explores all aspects of computational analysis through the use of one complete set of computational tools • Demonstrates transport phenomena with a series of examples ranging from basic empirical to complete numerical analysis • Provides sample grids and gridding to help chemical engineering students become more familiar with the topic • Includes an appendix with problems and cases, emphasizing a real-world approach to learning

Selected Contents:

Selected Contents: Computational Transport Phenomena. The Equations of Change. Physical Properties. Turbulence Modeling Concepts. Other Turbulence Models. Computational Coordinates and Conservation Laws. Numerical Methods for Solving Governing Equations. The CTP Code. Multiphase Phenomena. Closure. APPENDIX A: Grid Stencils and Example Problems. APPENDIX B: Rudiments of Vector and Tensor Analysis. APPENDIX C: Fortran Primer. Index.

Introductory Concepts. Fluxes, Gradients, and Transport Properties. Transport Properties of Materials. One-Dimensional, Steady-State, Diffusive Transport. Generation. Accumulation. Conservative Transport and WavesTransport Enhancement Using Extended Surfaces. Multidimensional Effects, Potential Functions, and Fields. Convective Transport – Microscopic Balances. Macroscopic/Engineering Balances. Convective Transport on a Flat Plate. Convective Transport: Systems with Curvature. Turbulent Boundary Layers. Radiative Transport. Nomenclature. Appendices. Index.

September 2009, 857 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4200-6233-5, £49.99

June 2009, 530 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4200-6756-9, £39.99

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Mass Transfer Mass Transfer and Separation Processes Principles and Applications, Second Edition Diran Basmadjian University of Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Mass transfer a separation processes is an area that is often quite challenging to master, as most volumes currently available complicate the learning by teaching mass transfer linked with heat transfer, rather than focusing on more relevant techniques. With this thoroughly updated second edition, Mass Transfer and Separation Processes: Principles and Applications presents a highly thoughtful and instructive introduction to this sophisticated material by teaching mass transfer and separation processes as unique, though related, entities. The book explores essential principles and reinforces the concepts with classical and contemporary illustrations drawn from the engineering, environmental, and biological sciences. The theories of heat conduction and transfer are utilized not so much to draw analogies but rather to make fruitful use of existing solutions not seen in other texts on the subject. Both an introductory resource and a reference, this important text serves environmental, biomedical, and engineering professionals, as well as anyone wishing to gain a grasp on this subject and its increasing relevance across a number of fields. It fills a void in traditional chemical engineering literature by providing access to the principles and working practices that allow mass transfer theory to be applied to separation processes.

Selected Contents: Some Basic Notions: Rates of Mass Transport. Modeling Mass Transport: The Mass Balances. Diffusion through Gases, Liquids, and Solids. More about Diffusion: Transient Diffusion and Diffusion with Reaction. More about Mass Transfer Coefficients. Phase Equilibria. Staged Operations: The Equilibrium Stage. Continuous-Contact Operations. Simultaneous Heat and Mass Transfer.

April 2007, 512 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4200-5159-9, ÂŁ66.99

Microscale and Nanoscale Heat Transfer Fundamentals and Engineering Applications C. B. Sobhan

National Institute of Technology, Calicut, India

G. P. Peterson

Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, USA

Through analyses, experimental results, and workedout numerical examples, Microscale and Nanoscale Heat Transfer: Fundamentals and Engineering Applications explores the methods and observations of thermophysical phenomena in size-affected domains. Compiling the most relevant findings from the literature, along with results from their own research activities, the authors provide a useful treatise on the principal concepts and practical design engineering aspects of heat transfer. The book discusses in detail various modern engineering applications, such as microchannel heat sinks, micro heat exchangers, and micro heat pipes. It covers methods that range from discrete computation to optical measurement techniques for microscale applications. The authors also present the fundamentals of nanoscale thermal phenomena in fluids. The text concludes with an entire chapter devoted to numerical examples of microscale conduction, convective heat transfer, and radiation as well as nanoscale thermal phenomena. Drawing on their hands-on experience, the authors shed light on the differences to consider while developing engineering designs related to micro- and nanoscale systems.

Selected Contents: Preface Introduction to Microscale Heat Transfer Microscale Heat Conduction Fundamentals of Microscale Convection Engineering Applications of Microscale Convective Heat Transfer Microscale Radiative Heat Transfer Nanoscale Thermal Phenomena Numerical Examples Index

June 2008, 440 pp. ISBN: 978-0-8493-7307-7, ÂŁ69.99

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MEMS & NEMS Also available as individual volumes Volume One: Solid-State Physics, Fluidics, and Analytical Techniques in Micro- and Nanotechnology Marc J. Madou

University of California, Irvine, USA

Fundamentals of Microfabrication and Nanotechnology Third Edition, Three-Volume Set

Volume One: covers all aspects of solid-state physics behind nanotechnology and science. After exploring the rise of silicon, MEMS, and NEMS in a historical context, the text discusses crystallography, quantum mechanics, the band theory of solids, and the silicon single crystal. It concludes with coverage of photonics, the quantum hall effect, and superconductivity.

Marc J. Madou

June 2011, 656 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4200-5511-5, £63.99

"… offers the widest and yet the most detailed coverage of all essential and fundamental aspects of microfabrication and nanotechnology. The author has done an excellent and remarkable job in synthesizing such diverse material under a single umbrella."

Volume Two: Manufacturing Techniques for Microfabrication and Nanotechnology

University of California, Irvine, USA

—Suman Chakraborty, IIT Kharagpur, India

"Once again, Professor Madou has made an incredible contribution to the MEMS/NEMS global community in writing this series of books." —Nico de Rooij, Director, Institute of Microengineering, EPFL, Switzerland

"… [the new 3-volume format] has the potential to become a ‘classic’ just like the one-volume predecessor… easy to read, and I found some concepts explained in ways I hadn’t heard before… Very ambitious, very informative, very good for teaching!" —Jorg P. Kutter, Technical University of Denmark

Thoroughly revised and updated, this perennial bestseller lays the foundation for comprehensive theoretical and practical understanding of MEMS and NEMS. Expanded to three volumes to reflect the substantial growth in the field, this edition features recent developments in nano- and micromanufacturing techniques, DNA and protein arrays, fluidics, photonics, and actuators. Illustrated in color throughout, the text includes end-of-chapter problems and worked-out examples—many culled from recent literature and the author’s own work. Ancillaries are available upon qualifying course adoption.

Save on the Set! August 2011, 1992 pp. ISBN: 978-0-8493-3180-0, £159.00

Marc J. Madou

University of California, Irvine, USA

Volume Two: focuses on emerging trends in processes for fabricating MEMS and NEMS devices. It reviews different forms of lithography, subtractive material removal processes, and additive technologies, detailing those that differ the most from the miniaturization processes used to fashion ICs. The book covers both top-down and bottom-up fabrication processes and compares the merits of the different approaches.

June 2011, 670 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4200-5519-1, £63.99

Volume Three: From MEMS to Bio-MEMS and Bio-NEMS: Manufacturing Techniques and Applications Marc J. Madou

University of California, Irvine, USA

Volume Three: details manufacturing techniques applicable to bio-nanotechnology. After reviewing MEMS techniques, materials, and modeling, the author covers nanofabrication, genetically engineered proteins, artificial cells, nanochemistry, and self-assembly. He also discusses scaling laws in MEMS and NEMS, actuators, fluidics, and power and brains in miniature devices. He concludes with coverage of various MEMS and NEMS applications.

June 2011, 650 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4200-5516-0, £63.99 Solutions manual, PowerPoint lecture slides, and electronic figures available for all volumes upon qualifying course adoption

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MEMS & NEMS BioMEMS Science and Engineering Perspectives Simona Badilescu and Muthukumaran Packirisamy

Introduction to BioMEMS Albert Folch

Concordia University, Montreal, Canada

University of Washington, Seattle, USA

BioMEMS: Science and Engineering Perspectives supports and expedites the multidisciplinary learning involved in the development of biomicrosystems. Divided into nine chapters, it starts with a balanced introduction of biological, engineering, application, and commercialization aspects of the field. With a focus on molecules of biological interest, the book explores the building blocks of cells and viruses, as well as molecules that form the self-assembled monolayers (SAMs), linkers, and hydrogels used for making different surfaces biocompatible through functionalization.

“The field has been waiting for a true textbook that provides a practical, historical, authoritative and comprehensive introduction to bioMEMS. It has finally arrived, courtesy of Albert Folch, complete with PowerPoint lectures and thoughtful homework questions. I highly recommend it.”

The book also discusses: • Different materials and platforms used to develop biomicrosystems • Various biological entities and pathogens (in ascending order of complexity) • The multidisciplinary aspects of engineering bioactive surfaces • Engineering perspectives, including methods of manufacturing bioactive surfaces and devices • Microfluidics modeling and experimentation • Device level implementation of BioMEMS concepts for different applications Because BioMEMS is an application-driven field, the book also highlights the concepts of lab-on-a-chip (LOC) and micro total analysis system (µTAS), along with their pertinence to the emerging point-of-care (POC) and point-of-need (PON) applications.

Selected Contents: Introduction. Substrate Materials Used in BioMEMS Devices. Biomolecules and Complex Biological Entities: Structure and Properties. Engineering of Bioactive Surfaces. Methods of Study and Characterization of Surface-Modified Substrates. Biosensing Fundamentals. Fabrication of BioMEMS Devices. Introduction to Microfluidics. BioMEMS: Life Science Applications.

April 2011, 368 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-1699-8, £63.99

—David J. Beebe, University of Wisconsin–Madison

“Dr. Folch’s book is a monumental achievement which brings an authoritative and comprehensive account to the rapidly growing, multidisciplinary field of bioMEMS. Many working scientists and engineers as well as students will find this book fascinating.” —Mehmet Toner, Harvard Medical School

“…provides a visual feast of images that lead to a comprehensive understanding of many complex concepts. Applications presented range from biomolecules to cells, tissues, and organisms, and are presented in clear, logical steps. It serves as an outstanding text for advanced undergraduates and graduate students, as well as an excellent review for researchers.” —Dr. Fawwaz Habbal, Harvard University

“An excellent, easy-to-ready textbook for everyone who wants to obtain a fundamental understanding of bioMEMS technology and get inspired about micro/nano bioengineering.” —Professor Nikos Chronis, University of Michigan

“With extensive citations of the current literature, explanations that really put the technology in context, clear enunciation of the motivations for miniaturization, and historical perspective, the author has made the material very accessible and clear … I definitely recommend this textbook for bioengineering students.” —Professor Karen C. Cheung, University of British Columbia

August 2012, 528 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-1839-8, £57.99

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Energy, Fuels, & Petrochemicals Petroleum Refining

Petroleum Reservoir Rock and Fluid Properties

Technology and Economics, Fifth Edition James H. Gary

Colorado School of Mines, Golden, USA

Abhijit Y. Dandekar University of Alaska, Fairbanks, USA

Glenn E. Handwerk

A strong foundation in reservoir rock and fluid properties is the backbone of almost all the activities in the petroleum industry. Petroleum Reservoir Rock and Fluid Properties offers a reliable representation of fundamental concepts and practical aspects that encompass this vast subject area. The book provides up-to-date coverage of various rock and fluid properties using derivations, mathematical expressions, and various laboratory measurement techniques. Focused on achieving accurate and reliable data, it describes coring methods used for extracting samples from hydrocarbon formations and considerations for handling samples for conventional and special core analyses. Detailing properties important to reservoir engineering and surface processing, the author emphasizes basic chemical and physical aspects of petroleum reservoir fluids, important phase behavior concepts, fluid sampling, compositional analysis, and assessing the validity of collected fluid samples. The book also presents PVT equipment, phase behavior analysis using laboratory tests, and calculations to elucidate a wide range of properties, such as hydrocarbon vapor liquid equilibria using commonly employed equations-of-state (EOS) models. Covering both theoretical and practical aspects that facilitate the solution of problems encountered in reallife situations, Petroleum Reservoir Rock and Fluid Properties is ideal for students in petroleum engineering, including those coming from different backgrounds in engineering. This book is also a valuable reference for chemical engineers diversifying into petroleum engineering and personnel engaged in core analysis, and PVT and reservoir fluid studies.

February 2006, 486 pp. ISBN: 978-0-8493-3043-8, £73.99

Consulting Chemical Engineer, Golden, Colorado, USA

Mark J. Kaiser

Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, USA

Petroleum refiners must make billion-dollar investments in equipment in order to meet ever-changing environmental requirements. Because the design and construction of new processing units entail several years’ lead time, refiners are reluctant to commit these dollars for equipment that may no longer meet certain conditions when the units are completed. Written by experts with both academic and professional experience in refinery operation, design, and evaluation, Petroleum Refining Technology and Economics, Fifth Edition is an essential textbook for students and a vital resource for engineers. This bestselling text provides updated data and addresses changes in refinery feedstock, product distribution, and processing requirements resulting from federal and state legislation. Providing a detailed overview of today’s integrated fuels refinery, the book discusses each major refining process as it relates to topics such as feedstock preparation, operating costs, catalysts, yields, finished product properties, and economics. It also contains end-ofchapter problems and an ongoing case study.

Selected Contents: Introduction. Refinery Products. Refinery Feedstocks. Crude Distillation. Coking and Thermal Processes. Catalytic Cracking. Catalytic Hydrocracking. Hydroprocessing and Resid Processing. Hydrotreating. Catalytic Reforming and Isomerization. Alkylation and Polymerization. Product Blending. Supporting Processes. Refinery Economics and Planning. Lubricating Oil Blending Stocks. Petrochemical Feedstocks. Additives Production from Refinery Feedstocks. Cost Estimation. Economic Evaluation. Appendices. Index.

March 2007, 488 pp. ISBN: 978-0-8493-7038-0, £63.99

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Bio & Renewable Energy Principles of Sustainable Energy

Biomass to Renewable Energy Processes

Frank Kreith

University of Colorado, Boulder, USA (retired)

Edited by

Jan F. Kreider

Jay Cheng

Kreider & Associates, Boulder, Colorado, USA

North Carolina State University, Raleigh, USA

"This volume is a major achievement for its coverage of the production and implementation of biologically based resources, and related principles and technologies. Cheng is an expert in bioprocessing and environmental engineering … Summing Up: Recommended." —CHOICE, June 2010

An introduction to fundamental principles and practical applications, this book explains the theories of biological processes, biomass materials and logistics, and conversion technologies for bioenergy products such as biogas, ethanol, butanol, biodiesel, and synthetic gases. It discusses anaerobic digestion of waste materials, bioethanol and biobutanol production from starch and cellulose, and biodiesel production from plant oils. The text also covers pretreatment technologies, enzymatic reactions, fermentation, and microbiological metabolisms and pathways. It explores the engineering principles of biomass gasification and pyrolysis and potential end-products.

Features: • Covers the fundamental principles and variety of applications involved in converting biomass into energy through biological, chemical, and thermal processes • Summarizes organic and carbohydrate chemistry concepts followed by a discussion of the structure and chemistry of different types of biomass • Contains end-of-chapter problems to build a quantitative understanding of the biological and chemical processes involved Solutions manual available upon qualifying course adoption

Selected Contents: Introduction. Biomass Chemistry. Biomass Resources. Biomass Logistics. Kinetics and Microbiology of Biological Processes. Anaerobic Digestion for Biogas Production. Biological Process for Ethanol Production. Biological Process for Butanol Production. Chemical Conversion Process for Biodiesel Production. Thermochemical Conversion of Biomass to Power and Fuels. Index.

Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Series

A transition from a fossil fuel-based economy to one that uses renewable energy has become inevitable. This transition will not only be an engineering challenge, but also be an economic and environmental one. Offering an interdisciplinary, quantitative approach, Principles of Sustainable Energy presents a comprehensive overview of the major renewable energy technologies currently available, including biomass and biofuels, solar thermal conversion, photovoltaics, and wind energy conversion. Written by renowned expert Frank Kreith, the book emphasizes economics as well as energy return on investment analyses for each technology and integrates the need for energy conservation with the overall aspects of building a sustainable energy system with renewable sources. The author covers energy storage in depth, as it is considered one of the most important, and problematic, requirements for building a sustainable renewable energy system. Treatments of the economics of nuclear power and options for transportation systems are also included. The book contains worked-out example problems illustrating engineering analyses from a systems perspective and problem sets to reinforce concepts and applications. Examples and exercises relating to solar energy systems cover latitudes in the Northern and Southern Hemispheres and use current worldwide solar radiation data. But this text is not merely academic: its clearheaded look at the energy picture from the ground up, and the environmental, economic, and sustainability benefits that renewable energy systems can provide, make it a resource for government and industry as well as a text for engineering students.

December 2010, 895 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-1407-9, £80.99

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Bio & Renewable Energy

Introduction to Biofuels

Introduction to Renewable Energy

David M. Mousdale

Beocarta Ltd., Glasgow, Scotland

Vaughn Nelson

West Texas A&M University, Canyon, USA

Series: Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

As the world population grows and places more demand on limited fossil fuels, renewable energy becomes more relevant as part of the solution to the impending energy dilemma. Renewable energy is now included in national policies, with goals for it to be a significant percentage of generated energy within the coming decades. A comprehensive overview, Introduction to Renewable Energy explores how we can use the sun, wind, biomass, geothermal resources, and water to generate more sustainable energy.

Discussing the multidisciplinary study of bioenergy and its potential for replacing fossil fuels in the coming decades, Introduction to Biofuels provides a roadmap for understanding the broad sweep of technological, sociological, and energy policy issues that intermingle and intertwine.

Taking a multidisciplinary approach, the book integrates economic, social, environmental, policy, and engineering issues related to renewable energy. It explains the fundamentals of energy, including the transfer of energy, as well as the limitations of natural resources. Starting with solar power, the text illustrates how energy from the sun is transferred and stored; used for heating, cooling, and lighting; collected and concentrated; and converted into electricity. A chapter describes residential power usage—including underground and off-grid homes— and houses that are designed to use energy more efficiently or to be completely self-sufficient. Other chapters cover wind power; bioenergy, including biofuel; and geothermal heat pumps; as well as hydro, tidal, and ocean energy. Describing storage as a billion-dollar idea, the book discusses the challenges of storing energy and gives an overview of technologies from flywheels to batteries. It also examines institutional issues such as environmental regulations, incentives, infrastructure, and social costs and benefits. Emphasizing the concept of life-cycle cost, the book analyzes the costs associated with different sources of energy.

Copiously illustrated and with numerous examples, this book explores key technologies, including biotechnology, bioprocessing, and genetic reprogramming of microorganisms. The author examines the future of biofuels from a broader perspective, addressing the economic, social, and environmental issues crucial for studying the sustainable development of bioenergy. Each chapter begins with questions and provides the answers later in the chapter as key informational points. Embedded Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) sections provide detailed derivations and equations for a subset of topics that can be found easily as buzzwords in popular media and on websites. Together, the STEM topics form a thread of essential technologies and a guide to how researchers have established quantitative parameters that are crucial to the evergrowing biofuels database. With so much information scattered throughout the literature, it is often difficult to make sense of what is real and what is an optimistic selling of ideas with no scientific credibility. This book does an excellent job of filtering through volumes of data, providing a historical perspective on which to anchor the information, and outlining the strengths and constraints of the different biofuels.

July 2010, 455 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-1207-5, £80.99

April 2011, 408 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-3449-7, £63.99

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Bio & Renewable/Clean & Sustainable Energy

Applied Energy An Introduction Mohammad Omar Abdullah

Universiti Malaysia, Sarawak

Focusing on renewable energy technologies, energy conversion, and conservation and the energy industry, this volume discusses energy applications in small-medium enterprises, solar energy, hydro and wind energy, nuclear energy, hybrid energy, and energy sustainability issues. The author lists the key aspects of applied energy and related studies, taking a question-based approach to the material that is useful for both undergraduate students and to postgraduates who want a broad overview of energy conversion. In addition to illustrations, the text contains numerous worked examples, case studies, and homework problems.

August 2012, 424 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-7157-7, £66.99

Process Integration for Resource Conservation Dominic C. Y. Foo

University of Nottingham, Malaysia Series: Green Chemistry and Chemical Engineering

To achieve environmental sustainability in industrial plants, resource conservation activities such as material recovery have begun incorporating process integration techniques for reusing and recycling water, utility gases, solvents, and solid waste. Process Integration for Resource Conservation presents state-of-the-art, cost-effective techniques, including pinch analysis and mathematical optimization, for numerous conservation problems. Following the holistic philosophy of process integration, the author emphasizes the goal of setting performance targets ahead of detailed design. He explains various industrial examples step by step and offers demo software and other materials online. Ideal for students preparing for real-world work as well as industrial practitioners, the text provides a systematic guide to the latest process integration techniques for performing material recovery in process plants.

Features:

Sustainable Process Engineering Concepts, Strategies, Evaluation and Implementation David Brennan

Monash University, Clayton, Victoria, Australia

This book introduces chemical engineering students to key concepts, strategies, and evaluation methods in sustainable process engineering. The book is intended to supplement chemical engineering texts in fundamentals and design, rather than replace them. The key objectives of the book are to widen system boundaries beyond a process plant to include utility supplies, interconnected plants, wider industry sectors and entire product life cycles; identify waste and its sources in process and utility systems and adopt waste minimization strategies; broaden evaluation to include technical, economic, safety, environmental, social and sustainability criteria and to integrate the assessments; and broaden the engineering horizon to incorporate planning, development, design, and operations.

• Guides readers in using state-of-the-art process integration techniques • Uses spreadsheet software that helps with performance targets and the design of resource conservation networks • Describes the automated targeting model, an advanced targeting technique that incorporates pinch analysis into mathematical modeling • Presents techniques for performing material recovery of batch processes and across different plants, such as in an eco-industrial park • Includes case studies that illustrate the implementation of resource conservation initiatives in industrial plants • Provides worksheets, calculation files, and demo software for download at www.crcpress.com Solutions manual, lecture slides, electronic files of figures, and interactive solutions available with qualifying course adoption

July 2012, 606 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-6048-9, £89.00

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Other Textbooks of Interest

Physical Chemistry for Engineering and Applied Sciences Frank R. Foulkes Physical Chemistry for Engineering and Applied Sciences is the product of over 30 years of teaching first-year Physical Chemistry in the Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering at the University of Toronto. The text, designed to be as rigorous as compatible with a first-year student’s ability to understand, presents detailed stepby-step derivations of the equations that permit the student to follow the underlying logic and, of equal importance, to appreciate any simplifying assumptions made or mathematical tricks employed. In addition to the 600 exercises and end-of-chapter problems, the text is rich in worked non-trivial examples designed to be inspiring and thought-provoking. Step-by-step derivation of all equations enables the student to smoothly follow the derivation by sight, and can be understood relatively easily by students with moderate skills and backgrounds in math.

Clear and accessible, Physical Chemistry for Engineering and Applied Sciences includes: • The answers to all of the 112 worked examples, 99 exercises following many of the worked examples, and 496 end-of-chapter problems • Topics not normally seen in introductory physical chemistry textbooks (ionic reaction rates, activities, and activity coefficients) or not regularly explained in much detail (electrochemistry, chemical kinetics, and more), with an eye on industry applications • Special appendices that provide detailed explanations of basic integration and natural logarithms for students lacking a background in integral calculus • An in-depth chapter on electrochemistry, complete with student activities requiring extensive, accurate calculations

Features: • Shows students how to use the theoretical principles and equations developed in the text via a large number of completely worked example problems • Provides 500 end-of-chapter problems chosen to be sufficiently interesting so the students will actually want to know the answers • Facilitates self-instruction by providing the answers––but not the solutions––of all exercises and problems • Includes a very detailed summary at the end of each chapter, and a cross-referenced index that includes examples and problems • Describes ionic equilibria with equations derived rigorously using mass balances, charge balances, and equilibrium constant relationships • Shows how simplifying assumptions leads to the more familiar simpler forms applicable in most (but not all!) cases • Discusses ionic reaction rates, the basis for many industrial and biological processes • Reviews basic integrals and logarithms for readers who need a calculus refresher in detailed and easy-to-understand appendices

Selected Contents: Things You Should Know But Probably Forgot. States of Matter and the Properties of Gases. The Ideal Gas. The Kinetic Theory of Gases. Real Gases. Thermodynamics. Chemical Equilibrium. Phase Equilibrium. Mixtures. Colligative Properties. Ionic Equilibrium. Acid and Base Dissociation. Bases and Their Salts. Buffer Solutions. Solubility Equilibria. Oxidation–Reduction Reactions. Electrochemistry. Chemical Reaction Kinetics. Appendices.

August 2012, 675 pp., ISBN: 978-1-4665-1846-9, £57.99

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Other Textbooks of Interest Technical Writing A Practical Guide for Engineers and Scientists Phillip A. Laplante The Pennsylvania State University, Malvern, USA

Series: What Every Engineer Should Know

Engineers and scientists of all types are often required to write reports, summaries, manuals, guides, and so forth. While these individuals certainly have had some sort of English or writing course, it is less likely that they have had any instruction in the special requirements of technical writing. Filling this void, Technical Writing: A Practical Guide for Engineers and Scientists enables readers to write, edit, and publish materials of a technical nature, including books, articles, reports, and electronic media. Written by a renowned engineer and widely published technical author, this guide complements the traditional writer’s reference manuals and other books on technical writing. It helps readers understand the practical considerations in writing technical content. Drawing on his own work, the author presents many first-hand examples of writing, editing, and publishing technical materials. These examples illustrate how a publication originated as well as various challenges and solutions.

Features: • Complements the traditional writer’s reference manuals and other books on technical writing • Includes a number of personal anecdotes and historical stories that serve as real-world examples of technical writing • Explores the various avenues for publishing your work • Explains how to write for blogs, social networks, and other e-media

Selected Contents: The Nature of Technical Writing. Technical Writing Basics. The Writing Process. Scientific Writing. Business Communications. Technical Reporting. Using Graphical Elements. Publishing Your Work. Writing for E-Media. Writing with Collaborators. Glossary. Index.

July 2011, 250 pp., Soft Cover ISBN: 978-1-4398-2085-8, £25.99

A First Course in Differential Equations, Modeling, and Simulation Carlos A. Smith and Scott W. Campbell University of South Florida, Tampa, USA

Emphasizing a practical approach for engineers and scientists, A First Course in Differential Equations, Modeling, and Simulation avoids overly theoretical explanations and shows readers how differential equations arise from applying basic physical principles and experimental observations to engineering systems. It also covers classical methods for obtaining the analytical solution of differential equations and Laplace transforms. In addition, the authors discuss how these equations describe mathematical systems and how to use software to solve sets of equations where analytical solutions cannot be obtained.

Features: • Teaches how to model engineering systems • Reviews the necessary physics material • Explores how to obtain the analytical solution of differential equations using actual physical systems • Discusses how the roots of the characteristic equation provide the qualitative nature of the response of any systems • Explains how to use simulation software • Provides numerical values in all examples and problems Solutions manual available upon qualifying course adoption.

Providing the necessary tools to apply differential equations in engineering and science, this text helps readers understand differential equations, their meaning, and their analytical and computer solutions. It illustrates how and where differential equations develop, how they describe engineering systems, how to obtain the analytical solution, and how to use software to simulate the systems.

Selected Contents: Introduction. Objects in a Gravitational Field. Classical Solutions of Ordinary Linear Differential Equations. Laplace Transforms. Mechanical Systems: Translational. Mechanical Systems: Rotational. Mass Balances. Thermal Systems. Electrical Systems. Numerical Simulation. Index.

May 2011, 345 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-5087-9, £57.99

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Other Textbooks of Interest Random Phenomena

Advanced Engineering Mathematics with MATLAB®

Fundamentals of Probability and Statistics for Engineers

Third Edition Dean G. Duffy

Babatunde A. Ogunnaike

Former Instructor, US Naval Academy, Annapolis, Maryland, USA

University of Delaware, Newark, USA

“This third edition includes new examples, problems, projects, and, more significantly, new and improved coverage of Green’s functions and matrix exponential, numerical methods for solving differential equations, and probability and random processes. … The text accommodates two general tracks: the differential equations course, and the engineering mathematics course. Duffy’s career included 25 years with NASA at the Goddard Space Flight Center (until 2005), and he taught for many years at the US Naval Academy and the US Military Academy.” —SciTech Book News, February 2011

Taking a practical approach to the subject, this updated and expanded edition continues to integrate technology into the conventional topics of engineering mathematics. Along with new examples, problems, and projects, this edition incorporates new chapters on Green’s functions, probability, and random processes. It also includes a new section that uses the matrix exponential to solve systems of differential equations as well as more numerical methods for solving differential equations, including Adams–Bashforth and finite element methods. A solutions manual and MATLAB scripts are available upon qualifying course adoption.

Selected Contents: Introduction. Complex Variables. First-Order Ordinary Differential Equations. Higher-Order Ordinary Differential Equations. Fourier Series. The Fourier Transform. The Laplace Transform. The ZTransform. The Hilbert Transform. The Sturm–Liouville Problem. The Wave Equation. The Heat Equation. Laplace’s Equation. Green’s Functions. Vector Analysis. Linear Algebra. Probability. Random Processes. Answers to the Odd-Numbered Problems. Index.

October 2010, 1105 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-1624-0, £73.99

Many of the problems that engineers face involve randomly varying phenomena of one sort or another. But if characterized properly, even such randomness and the resulting uncertainty are subject to rigorous mathematical analysis. This book provides students with a fundamental understanding of random phenomena and a working knowledge of how to model and analyze such phenomena. It explains how to use probability and statistics appropriately to deal with uncertainty in engineering problems. Basing his approach on the principle of theoretical foundations before application, Dr. Ogunnaike presents a classroom-tested course of study for understanding, characterizing, modeling, and quantifying randomly varying phenomena.

September 2009, 1056 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4200-4497-3, £89.00

MATLAB® with Applications to Engineering, Physics and Finance David Baez-Lopez

Universidad de las Américas, Puebla, Mexico

This book explains how to perform complex mathematical tasks with MATLAB® programs. The author first describes simple functions such as differentiation, integration, and plotting. He then addresses advanced topics, including programming, producing executables, publishing results directly from MATLAB programs, and creating graphical user interfaces. The text also presents examples of Simulink® for system modeling and simulation. It explores the use of MATLAB in digital signal processing, chemical and food engineering, astronomy, optics, financial derivatives, and much more. MATLAB examples and programs can be downloaded from the book’s website and a solutions manual is available upon qualifying course adoption.

October 2009, 426 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-0697-5, £55.99

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