Chemical Process Structures and Information Flows focuses on the role of computers in the understanding of chemical processes, including the use of simulation and optimization in computational problems.
The book first underscores graphs and digraphs and pipeline networks. Discussions focus on cutsets and connectivity, directed graphs, trees and circuits, matrix representation of digraphs and graphs, reachability matrix, alternative problem formulations and specifications, and steady state conditions in cyclic networks. The manuscript also ponders on computation sequence in process flowsheet calculations and sparse matrix computation.
The publication examines scheduling and design of batch plants, including scheduling of products and operations, characteristics of batch processes, branch and bound methods, and multipurpose batch plants. The text also elaborates on observability and redundancy and process data reconciliation and rectification.
The manuscript is a valuable reference for chemical engineering students and readers interested in chemical processes and information flow.
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|Size: ||47.6 MB|
|Date published: || 1990|
|ISBN: ||9781483278339 (DRM-PDF)|
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