Diagnose and Troubleshoot Problems in Chemical Process Equipment with This Updated Classic!
Chemical engineers and plant operators can rely on the Third Edition of A Working Guide to Process Equipment for the latest diagnostic tips, practical examples, and detailed illustrations for pinpointing trouble and correcting problems in chemical process equipment. This updated classic contains new chapters on Control Valves, Cooling Towers, Waste Heat Boilers, Catalytic Effects, Fundamental Concepts of Process Equipment, and Process Safety.
Filled with worked-out calculations, the book examines everything from trays, reboilers, instruments, air coolers, and steam turbines…to fired heaters, refrigeration systems, centrifugal pumps, separators, and compressors. The authors simplify complex issues and explain the technical issues needed to solve all kinds of equipment problems. Comprehensive and clear, the Third Edition of A Working Guide to Process Equipment features:
Inside this Renowned Guide to Solving Process Equipment Problems• Trays • Tower Pressure • Distillation Towers • Reboilers • Instruments • Packed Towers • Steam and Condensate Systems • Bubble Point and Dew Point • Steam Strippers • Draw-Off Nozzle Hydraulics • Pumparounds and Tower Heat Flows • Condensers and Tower Pressure Control • Air Coolers • Deaerators and Steam Systems • Vacuum Systems • Steam Turbines • Surface Condensers • Shell-and-Tube Heat Exchangers • Fire Heaters • Refrigeration Systems • Centrifugal Pumps • Separators • Compressors • Safety • Corrosion • Fluid Flow • Computer Modeling and Control • Field Troubleshooting Process Problems
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A reference for pinpointing and repairing problems in chemical process equipment. It focuses on the inner workings of continuous process equipment for a range of industries, including such major ones as chemical, refining, pharmaceutical, and fertilizer. It includes diagnostic tips, practical examples, and, worked-out calculations.From the Back Cover:
Here's the Key to How Process Equipment Works and How to Keep It Working At Its Best Process plant operators, engineers, managers, and other personnel need to understand in a basic but simple way how process equipment works. At last, there's a comprehensive, practical reference that sheds light on the inner workings of continuous process equipment for a broad range of technicians and industries, including plant operators and supervisors and service engineers in chemical, refining, pharmaceutical, and fertilizer plants, and other continuous process facilities. Based on the authors' extensive experience in the field, A Working Guide to Process Equipment carefully and clearly explains all the basic technical issues that you need to know to trouble-shoot even the thorniest process equipment problems. Here, in one resource book, is a wealth of useful diagnostic tips, worked-out calculations, practical examples, and informative illustrations to help you quickly pinpoint trouble and repair typical malfunctions in: Trayed and packed distillation towers; Natural and forced reboilers; Partial and total condensers; Steam systems and deaerators; Vaccuum systems; Fired heaters; Shell and tube heat exchangers; Centrifugal compressors; Gas turbines and reciprocating engines; Centrifugal pumps and motor drivers. In no time at all, this essential problem-solving manual will become your most trusted on-the-job tool for dealing effectively wtih costly equipment malfunctions.
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Book Description McGraw-Hill Professional, 2008. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. 3. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0071496742
Book Description McGraw-Hill Professional, 2008. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # SONG0071496742
Book Description McGraw-Hill Professional, 2008. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110071496742
Book Description McGraw-Hill Professional, 2008. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0071496742