Felder's Elementary Principles of Chemical Processes. Global Edition

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  • 528 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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About the Authors iii

Preface to the Fourth Edition iv

Notes to Instructors v

Digital Resources and WileyPLUS vi

Postscript: Introduction to an Author vii

Nomenclature viii

Glossary of Chemical Process Terms x

PART 1 Engineering Problem Analysis 1

CHAPTER 1 What Some Chemical Engineers Do for a Living 3

CHAPTER 2 Introduction to Engineering Calculations 5

2.0 Learning Objectives 5

2.1 Units and Dimensions 6

2.2 Conversion of Units 7

2.3 Systems of Units 8

2.4 Force and Weight 10

2.5 Numerical Calculation and Estimation 12

2.6 Dimensional Homogeneity and Dimensionless Quantities 19

2.7 Process Data Representation and Analysis 21

2.8 Summary 30

Problems 30

CHAPTER 3 Processes and Process Variables 35

3.0 Learning Objectives 35

3.1 Mass and Volume 36

3.2 Flow Rate 38

3.3 Chemical Composition 40

3.4 Pressure 47

3.5 Temperature 54

3.6 Summary 57

Problems 58

PART 2 Material Balances 67

CHAPTER 4 Fundamentals of Material Balances 69

4.0 Learning Objectives 69

4.1 Process Classification 70

4.2 Balances 71

4.3 Material Balance Calculations 75

4.4 Balances on Multiple–Unit Processes 94

4.5 Recycle and Bypass 100

4.6 Chemical Reaction Stoichiometry 107

4.7 Balances on Reactive Processes 118

4.8 Combustion Reactions 139

4.9 Some Additional Considerations about Chemical Processes 147

4.10 Summary 150

Problems 151

CHAPTER 5 Single–Phase Systems 160

5.0 Learning Objectives 161

5.1 Liquid and Solid Densities 162

5.2 Ideal Gases 164

5.3 Equations of State for Nonideal Gases 172

5.4 The Compressibility–Factor Equation of State 179

5.5 Summary 186

Problems 186

CHAPTER 6 Multiphase Systems 195

6.0 Learning Objectives 197

6.1 Single–Component Phase Equilibrium 198

6.2 The Gibbs Phase Rule 204

6.3 Gas Liquid Systems: One Condensable Component 206

6.4 Multicomponent Gas Liquid Systems 212

6.5 Solutions of Solids in Liquids 221

6.6 Equilibrium Between Two Liquid Phases 229

6.7 Adsorption on Solid Surfaces 233

6.8 Summary 236

Problems 238

PART 3 Energy Balances 253

CHAPTER 7 Energy and Energy Balances 255

7.0 Learning Objectives 256

7.1 Forms of Energy: The First Law of Thermodynamics 257

7.2 Kinetic and Potential Energy 259

7.3 Energy Balances on Closed Systems 260

7.4 Energy Balances on Open Systems at Steady State 262

7.5 Tables of Thermodynamic Data 267

7.6 Energy Balance Procedures 272

7.7 Mechanical Energy Balances 275

7.8 Summary 280

Problems 282

CHAPTER 8 Balances on Nonreactive Processes 291

8.0 Learning Objectives 291

8.1 Elements of Energy Balance Calculations 292

8.2 Changes in Pressure at Constant Temperature 300

8.3 Changes in Temperature 301

8.4 Phase–Change Operations 313

8.5 Mixing and Solution 332

8.6 Summary 343

Problems 345

CHAPTER 9 Balances on Reactive Processes 363

9.0 Learning Objectives 364

9.1 Heats of Reaction 364

9.2 Measurement and Calculation of Heats of Reaction: Hess s Law 369

9.3 Formation Reactions and Heats of Formation 371

9.4 Heats of Combustion 373

9.5 Energy Balances on Reactive Processes 374

9.6 Fuels and Combustion 389

9.7 Summary 399

Problems 401

CHAPTER 10 Balances on Transient Processes 416

10.0 Learning Objectives 416

10.1 The General Balance Equation . . . Again 416

10.2 Material Balances 421

10.3 Energy Balances on Single–Phase Nonreactive Processes 428

10.4 Simultaneous Transient Balances 433

10.5 Summary 436

Problems 437

APPENDIX A Computational Techniques 443

A.1 The Method of Least Squares 443

A.2 Iterative Solution of Nonlinear Algebraic Equations 446

A.3 Numerical Integration 459

APPENDIX B Physical Property Tables 463

B.1 Selected Physical Property Data 464

B.2 Heat Capacities 471

B.3 Vapor Pressure of Water 474

B.4 Antoine Equation Constants 476

B.5 Properties of Saturated Steam: Temperature Table 478

B.6 Properties of Saturated Steam: Pressure Table 480

B.7 Properties of Superheated Steam 486

B.8 Specific Enthalpies of Selected Gases: SI Units 488

B.9 Specific Enthalpies of Selected Gases: U.S. Customary Units 488

B.10 Atomic Heat Capacities for Kopp s Rule 489

B.11 Integral Heats of Solution and Mixing at 25°C 489

Answers to Test Yourselves 490

Answers to Selected Problems 498

Index 500

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Richard M. Felder
Ronald W. Rousseau
Lisa G. Bullard
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