Distillation: Fundamentals and Principles – Andrzej Górak, Eva Sorensen – 1st Edition

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  • Preface tthe Distillation Collection
    Preface tDistillation: Fundamentals and Principles
    List of Contributors
    List of Symbols and Abbreviations

    Chapter 1. History of Distillation
    1.1. Introduction
    1.2. From neolithic times talexandria (3500 BC–AD 700)
    1.3. The alembic, the arabs, and albertus magnus (AD 700–1450)
    1.4. Printed books and the rise of science (1450–1650)
    1.5. From laboratory tindustry (1650–1800)
    1.6. Scientific impact and industrialization (1800–1900)
    1.7. Engineering science (1900–1950)
    1.8. Improvements and integration (1950–1990)
    1.9. What will be the next innovation cycle (1990–2020 and beyond)?
    1.10. Summary

    Chapter 2. Vapor–Liquid Equilibrium and Physical Properties for Distillation
    2.1. Introduction
    2.2. Thermodynamic fundamentals
    2.3. Calculation of VLE using gE models
    2.4. Calculation of VLE using equations of state
    2.5. Liquid–liquid equilibria
    2.6. Electrolyte systems
    2.7. Conditions for the occurrence of azeotropic behavior
    2.8. Predictive models
    2.9. Calculation of other important thermophysical properties
    2.10. Application of thermodynamic models and factual databanks for the development and simulation of separation processes
    2.11. Summary

    Chapter 3. Mass Transfer in Distillation
    3.1. Introduction
    3.2. Fluxes and conservation equations
    3.3. Constitutive relations
    3.4. Diffusion coefficients
    3.5. Mass transfer coefficients
    3.6. Estimation of mass transfer coefficients in binary systems
    3.7. Models for mass transfer in multicomponent mixtures
    3.8. Mass transfer in tray columns
    3.9. Mass transfer in packed columns
    3.10. Further reading

    Chapter 4. Principles of Binary Distillation
    4.1. Introduction
    4.2. Vapor–liquid equilibrium
    4.3. Differential distillation
    4.4. Flash distillation
    4.5. Continuous distillation with rectification
    4.6. Concluding remarks

    Chapter 5. Design and Operation of Batch Distillation
    5.1. Introduction
    5.2. Batch column operation
    5.3. Design of batch distillation
    5.4. Batch distillation configurations
    5.5. Control of batch distillation
    5.6. Complex batch distillation
    5.7. Modeling of batch distillation
    5.8. Optimization of batch distillation
    5.9. The future of batch distillation

    Chapter 6. Energy Considerations in Distillation
    6.1. Introduction tenergy efficiency
    6.2. Energy-efficient distillation
    6.3. Energy-efficient distillation: operation and control
    6.4. Heat integration of distillation
    6.5. Energy-efficient distillation: advanced and complex column configurations
    6.6. Energy-efficient distillation: evaluation of energy requirements
    6.7. Conclusions

    Chapter 7. Conceptual Design of Zeotropic Distillation Processes
    7.1. Introduction
    7.2. Synthesizing all possible distillation configurations
    7.3. Thermal coupling
    7.4. Identifying optimal configurations
    7.5. An example: petroleum crude distillation
    7.6. Additional multicolumn configurations
    7.7. Summary and thoughts toward the future

    Chapter 8. Conceptual Design of Azeotropic Distillation Processes
    8.1. Introduction
    8.2. Generation of distillation process variants
    8.3. Shortcut evaluation of distillation processes
    8.4. Optimization-based conceptual design of distillation processes
    8.5. Design studies for different types of azeotropic distillation processes
    8.6. Summary and conclusions

    Chapter 9. Hybrid Distillation Schemes: Design, Analysis, and Application
    9.1. Introduction
    9.2. Selection of HDS: rule-based procedure
    9.3. Model-based computer-aided methods and tools
    9.4. Application of HDS
    9.5. Conclusions and future perspectives

    Chapter 10. Modeling of Distillation Processes
    10.1. Introduction
    10.2. Classification of distillation models
    10.3. Equilibrium-based modeling
    10.4. Nonequilibrium-based modeling
    10.5. Modeling of more complex distillation processes
    10.6. Concluding remarks
    Appendix

    Chapter 11. Optimization of Distillation Processes
    11.1. Introduction
    11.2. Optimization of a single distillation column
    11.3. Synthesis of distillation sequences
    Appendix
    Index
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    • Título: Distillation: Fundamentals and Principles
    • Autor/es:
    • ISBN-13: 9780123865472
    • ISBN-13: 9780123865489
    • Edición: 1ra Edición
    • Año de edición: 2014
    • Tema: Química
    • Subtema: Química Analítica
    • Tipo de Archivo: eBook
    • Idioma: eBook en Inglés

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