Fundamentals and Linear Algebra for the Chemical Engineer

Buzzi-Ferraris and Manenti, Interpolation and Regression Models for the Chemical Engineer. Solving Numerical Problems, WILEY-VCH, Weinheim, Germany, 2010; . Buzzi-Ferraris and Manenti, Nonlinear Systems and Optimization for the Chemical ...

Author: Guido Buzzi-Ferraris

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9783527325528

Category: Technology & Engineering

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A practical engineer's companion to using numerical methods for the solution of complex mathematical problems. It thus enables readers to use and implement standard numerical tools in their work, explaining the theory behind the various functions and problem solvers, while showcasing applications in diverse scientific and engineering fields. The material is based on several tried-and-tested courses for scientists and engineers taught by the authors, and all the exercises and problems are classroom-tested. The required software is freeware developed and maintained by the authors, included on the accompanying CD-ROM, together with an installation tutorial, all the examples and sample codes described in the book, as well as a host of additional examples.
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A Numerical Primer for the Chemical Engineer

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Author: Edwin Zondervan

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 9781482229448

Category: Mathematics

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Solve Developed Models in a Numerical Fashion Designed as an introduction to numerical methods for students, A Numerical Primer for the Chemical Engineer explores the role of models in chemical engineering. Combining mathematical correctness (model verification) with numerical performance (model validation), this text concentrates on numerical methods and problem solving, rather than focusing on in-depth numerical analysis. It applies actual numerical solution strategies to formulated process models to help identify and solve chemical engineering problems. Describe Motions with Accuracy The book starts with a recap on linear algebra, and uses algorithms to solve linear equations, nonlinear equations, ordinary differential equations, and partial differential equations (PDEs). It includes an introductory chapter on MATLAB® basics, contains a chapter on the implementation of numerical methods in Excel, and even adopts MATLAB and Excel as the programming environments throughout the text. The material addresses implicit and explicit schemes, and explores finite difference and finite volume methods for solving transport PDEs. It covers the methods for error and computational stability, as well as curve fitting and optimization. It also contains a case study chapter with worked out examples to demonstrate the numerical techniques, and exercises at the end of each chapter that students can use to familiarize themselves with the numerical methods. A Numerical Primer for the Chemical Engineer lays down a foundation for numerical problem solving and sets up a basis for more in-depth modeling theory and applications. This text addresses the needs of senior undergraduates in chemical engineering, and students in applied chemistry and biochemical process engineering/food process engineering.
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Titanium for the Chemical Engineer

It is only in recent years that there have been articles which have detailed the erratic behavior of titanium in such previously accepted environments as wet chlorine , chlorides , and nitric acid so that the chemical engineer ( in the ...

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A Numerical Primer for the Chemical Engineer Second Edition

Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research 43(14): 4012. [13] Coimbra, M. D. C., C. Sereno, et al. (2004). “Moving finite element method: Applications to science and engineering problems.” Computers and Chemical Engineering 28(5): ...

Author: Edwin Zondervan

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 9780429851452

Category: Mathematics

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Designed as an introduction to numerical methods for students, this book combines mathematical correctness with numerical performance, and concentrates on numerical methods and problem solving. It applies actual numerical solution strategies to formulated process models to help identify and solve chemical engineering problems. Second edition comes with additional chapter on numerical integration and section on boundary value problems in the relevant chapter. Additional material on general modelling principles, mass/energy balances and separate section on DAE’s is also included. Case study section has been extended with additional examples.
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Nonlinear Systems and Optimization for the Chemical Engineer

I: BuzziFerraris and Manenti (2010), Fundamentals and Linear Algebra for the Chemical Engineer: Solving Numerical Problems, Wiley VCHVerlag GmbH, Weinheim, Germany. Vol. II: BuzziFerraris andManenti (2010), Interpolation and Regression ...

Author: Guido Buzzi-Ferraris

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9783527667161

Category: Technology & Engineering

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This third book in a suite of four practical guides is an engineer's companion to using numerical methods for the solution of complex mathematical problems. The required software is provided by way of the freeware mathematical library BzzMath that is developed and maintained by the authors. The present volume focuses on optimization and nonlinear systems solution. The book describes numerical methods, innovative techniques and strategies that are all implemented in a well-established, freeware library. Each of these handy guides enables the reader to use and implement standard numerical tools for their work, explaining the theory behind the various functions and problem solvers, and showcasing applications in diverse scientific and engineering fields. Numerous examples, sample codes, programs and applications are proposed and discussed. The book teaches engineers and scientists how to use the latest and most powerful numerical methods for their daily work.
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Differential and Differential Algebraic Systems for the Chemical Engineer

I: Buzzi-Ferraris and Manenti (2010), Fundamentals and Linear Algebra for the Chemical Engineer: Solving Numerical Problems, Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH, Weinheim, Germany. Vol. II: Buzzi-Ferraris and Manenti (2010), Interpolation and ...

Author: Guido Buzzi-Ferraris

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9783527667123

Category: Technology & Engineering

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Engineers and other applied scientists are frequently faced with models of complex systems for which no rigorous mathematical solution can be calculated. To predict and calculate the behaviour of such systems, numerical approximations are frequently used, either based on measurements of real life systems or on the behaviour of simpler models. This is essential work for example for the process engineer implementing simulation, control and optimization of chemical processes for design and operational purposes. This fourth in a suite of five practical guides is an engineer's companion to using numerical methods for the solution of complex mathematical problems. It explains the theory behind current numerical methods and shows in a step-by-step fashion how to use them. The volume focuses on differential and differential-algebraic systems, providing numerous real-life industrial case studies to illustrate this complex topic. It describes the methods, innovative techniques and strategies that are all implemented in a freely available toolbox called BzzMath, which is developed and maintained by the authors and provides up-to-date software tools for all the methods described in the book. Numerous examples, sample codes, programs and applications are taken from a wide range of scientific and engineering fields, such as chemical engineering, electrical engineering, physics, medicine, and environmental science. As a result, engineers and scientists learn how to optimize processes even before entering the laboratory. With additional online material including the latest version of BzzMath Library, installation tutorial, all examples and sample codes used in the book and a host of further examples.
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The Chemical Engineer

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ISBN: UCSD:31822036028553

Category: Chemical engineering

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Nucleonics and the Chemical Engineering Curriculum

5 and The fundamental sciences for a chemical engineer are clearly mathematics , physics , and chemistry . Of these , me . thematics and physics deserve much more emphasis than they seem currently to receive . A first class chemical ...

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ISBN: UOM:39015095101385

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This report discusses the field of nucleonics in the wake of the development of the atomic bomb, ruminating on the training and curriculum necessary for the next generation of chemical and nuclear engineers.
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The Chemical Engineer and Society

householder may not realise that, apart from the main structure of his house, almost every material in it is the product of chemical engineering — the soaps, detergents, plastic ware, paint, electrical insulation; his synthetic fibre ...

Author: P. M. C. Lacey

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ISBN: UCAL:$B737198

Category: Chemical engineering

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The Chemical Trade Journal and Chemical Engineer

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