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By J R Backhurst, J H Harker, J.F. Richardson, J.M. Coulson, R.P. Chhabra

ISBN-10: 0750644443

ISBN-13: 9780750644440

Coulson and Richardson's vintage sequence offers the coed with an account of the basics of chemical engineering and constitutes the definitive paintings at the topic for teachers and practitioners. every one booklet presents transparent causes of idea and thorough assurance of sensible purposes, supported via quite a few labored examples and difficulties. hence, the textual content is designed for college kids in addition to being accomplished in assurance. This quantity covers the 3 major delivery strategy of curiosity to chemical engineers - momentum move (fluid flow), warmth move and mass move and the relationships among them. The concluding bankruptcy covers an program the place each one of those techniques is happening at the same time - water cooling and humidification. the subjects coated shape the theoretical foundation for far of the cloth within the later volumes of the sequence.

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For a stationary material the change in the internal energy is equal to the difference between the net amount of heat added to the system and the net amount of work done by the system on its surroundings. 1) where dU is the small change in the internal energy, 8q the small amount of heat added, and 8W the net amount of work done on the surroundings. In this expression consistent units must be used. 1 is expressed in Joules per kilogram (J/kg). g. g. erg/g) may be used. dU is a small change in the internal energy which is a property of the system; it is therefore a perfect differential.

9. ass Inertial mass Quantity mass Moles Time Temperature Units in SI system Dimensions in M, N, L. 1. INTRODUCTION Chemical engineers are interested in many aspects of the problems involved in the flow of fluids. In the first place, in common with many other engineers, they are concerned with the transport of fluids from one location to another through pipes or open ducts, which requires the determination of the pressure drops in the system, and hence of the power required for pumping, selection of the most suitable type of pump, and measurement of the flow rates.

_ T np- I U = LJ 1 p = ML""3 Each of the dimensions M, L, T may then be obtained explicitly in terms of the variables d, M, p, to give: The three dimensionless groups are thus obtained by taking each of the remaining variables AP, /, and JJL in turn. AP has dimensions ML~ lr T~ 2 , and APM-1LT2 is therefore dimensionless. AP 3\-l Group HI is, therefore, AP(/or) pu2 / has dimensions L, and /L l is therefore dimensionless. l(d~l) = d Group T\2 is therefore: IJL has dimensions ML~ 1 T~ 1 , and /zM~lLT is therefore dimensionless.

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