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This book has been prepared to demonstrate how chemical and process engineering principles can be applied to the design of process equipment, by reference to the UK's Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE) Design Project Examination question set in 1989 which the author undertook and passed. The object is to demonstrate the application of principles, rather than to des This book has been prepared to demonstrate how chemical and process engineering principles can be applied to the design of process equipment, by reference to the UK's Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE) Design Project Examination question set in 1989 which the author undertook and passed. The object is to demonstrate the application of principles, rather than to design a plant to produce Carbon Disulphide (CS2) from Natural Gas and Sulphur Feed Stocks in every detail. Although written primarily to meet the needs of candidates preparing for the UK Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE) Design Project Examination, the work, being concerned with the practical application of basic principles, will be of value to all chemical and process engineers including students at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels.


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This book has been prepared to demonstrate how chemical and process engineering principles can be applied to the design of process equipment, by reference to the UK's Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE) Design Project Examination question set in 1989 which the author undertook and passed. The object is to demonstrate the application of principles, rather than to des This book has been prepared to demonstrate how chemical and process engineering principles can be applied to the design of process equipment, by reference to the UK's Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE) Design Project Examination question set in 1989 which the author undertook and passed. The object is to demonstrate the application of principles, rather than to design a plant to produce Carbon Disulphide (CS2) from Natural Gas and Sulphur Feed Stocks in every detail. Although written primarily to meet the needs of candidates preparing for the UK Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE) Design Project Examination, the work, being concerned with the practical application of basic principles, will be of value to all chemical and process engineers including students at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels.

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