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Separation Processes



Separation Processes

A separation process is a physical or chemical method to transform a mixture of substances into two or more distinct products that differ in the chemical or physical properties.

Online available information resources about separation processes in labs and industry.

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Lecture Notes, Tutorials


Biochemical Products
Lecture Notes: Separation Processes for Biochemical Products. MIT Open Courseware, USA - [e]



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Partial Information


Distillation
eBook. Siebe - Format: PDF - [e]

Distillation
An introduction - [e]

Drying
APV Dryer Handbook - Format: PDF - [e]



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Special Information


Adsorbent Selection
A Tutorial - Format: PDF - [e]

Adsorber Design
A “How To” Guide for Adsorber Design - Format: PDF - [e]

Evaporation
APV Evaporator Handbook - Format: PDF - [e]







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Buchempfehlung

J. D. Seader, Ernest J. Henley

Separation Process Principles

The latest principles, processes, and practices.

Chemical engineering design is in a constant state of flux. From advances in the practice of separation operations in chemical engineering to corresponding changes in the curriculum, much has happened in the seven years since the publication of Seader and Henley's first edition of Separation Process Principles, including: (1) advances in the fundamentals of mass, heat, and momentum transport, (2) wide availability of computer programs to facilitate the application of mathematical models to a wide range of separation operations, (3) increasing interest in separations involving the solid phase, and (4) changes in the practice of chemical engineering to emphasize product design as well as process design. This second edition reflects these changes.

Wiley; 2005


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