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Many of the data needed for calculations in chemical engineering are dispersed over the literature. Moreover, various systems of units are used, often forcing the user to perform tedious conversions before a 'quick' calculation can be started. In this companion the authors have compiled those data that, according to their experience, are used frequently...
Many of the data needed for calculations in chemical engineering are dispersed over the literature. Moreover, various systems of units are used, often forcing the user to perform tedious conversions before a 'quick' calculation can be started. In this companion the authors have compiled those data that, according to their experience, are used frequently in transport phenomena and related subjects. Since all data are in S.I. units, rapid access to various calculations is facilitated. This companion consists of four parts. The first part is general and gives information varying from the Greek alphabet to calibration curves for thermocouples and pH ranges of indicators. The second part consists of frequently used mathematics. In addition to general mathematical techniques, also a selection of vectorial and tensorial calculus, relevant to hydrodynamics and elementary rheology, has been included. The third part is a compendium of the transport phenomena. A systematic arrangement facilitates its use. The figures are in such a form that easy reading and accuracy are combined. In the final part various material properties are presented. Special attention has been given to the most common materials: air and water, but also frequently used materials like for instance hydrocarbons, foods and others. URL on this book: http://www.vssd.nl/hlf/c017.htm
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