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Peter Harriott,Warren L. McCabe
McGraw-Hill College; Subsequent edition (January 1, 1993)
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Warren L. Mccabe, Peter Harriott, Julian Smith. Prentice Hall International Series in the Physical and Chemical Engineering Sciences: Basic Principles and Calculations in Chemical Engineering by James B. Riggs and David M. Himmelblau (2003, CD-ROM, Hardcover). Б/у: 537,61 RUB. McGraw-Hill Chemical Engineering: Unit Operations and Chemical Engineering by Warren L. McCabe and Julian C. Smith (1984, Hardcover).

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Separate chapters are devoted to each of the principle unit operations, grouped into four sections: fluid mechanics, heat transfer, mass transfer and equilibrium stages, and operations involving particulate solids.

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This text covers that portion of chemical engineering known as the unit operations. Categories: Technique.

The chemical engineer must develop, design, and engineer both the complete process and the equipment used; choose the proper raw materials; operate the plants efficiently, safely, and economically; and see to it that products meet the requirements set by the customers. Chemical engineering is both an art and a science. Whenever science helps the engineer to solve a problem, science should be used. This text covers that portion of chemical engineering known as the unit operations.

This text contains much updated and new material in new areas such as fool processing, electronics, and biochemical applications. It is a text written for undergraduate students in the junior or senior years. An elementary knowledge of material and energy balances and of thermodynamic principle is assumed.
  • Goldendragon
This is the longest running textbook in the discipline. The book's origin goes back to 1931 (Badger and McCabe, "Elements of Chemical Engineering). In 1956, Badger and McCabe went separate ways and McCabe wrote the first edition of Unit Operations of Chemical Engineering with J. C. Smith. Peter Harriott became a co-author for the 1985 edition. The continued use of the book in some universities just show the usefulness of the Unit Operations concept in chemical engineering education.
  • Wymefw
This book is userfriendly. I bought this in 1982. Still, I use this book when I need any information about unit operations of chemical engineering (fluid flow, heat transfer, mass transfer). Sometimes, I use this book like dictionary. I mean that I carry this book where I go
  • Mavivasa
I work in the chemical operations sector. I will highly recommend this book for 3rd or 4rth year future chemical engineers. It contains viable information on many units that they will just have to know about. However, I will not recommend it for working operation engineers. It is too general for us, it doesn't problem shoot units such as pumps and compressors. I don't think that I have much use for this book, specially that I own the Perry's Handbook.
  • Galubel
it is the best books i have ever read in my semester ofchemical engineering. the topic i like the most, is transportation offluids .this book is recommended by my professor. the matter of turbulent flow and laminar flow is just fantastic.
thank you!
  • Dyni
I feel that this book is inadequte for students and professionals alike. It does not explain well how systems act in real life situations, like most academia books