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Michael B. Cutlip, University of Connecticut
Mordechai Shacham, Ben-Gurion University of Negev, Israel
A companion textbook for core courses in chemical engineering or in computational methods. This book takes a “nuts and bolts” approach to interactive problem solving, offering solved, partially solved, and unsolved problems in the core subject areas of chemical engineering where standard numerical methods are illustrated and where numerical solutions are typically required.
The numerical techniques for problem solving discussed in the book allow students to use widely available mathematical software packages (such as POLYMATH™, Matlab™, Mathematica™, Maple™, MathCAD™) to solve realistic chemical engineering problems much more conveniently, faster, and more accurately than with traditional problem solving techniques.
Extensive selection of complete or partial solutions to book problems that utilize POLYMATH, Excel, and MATLAB.
Detailed writeups of ten problem solutions by knowledgeable professionals that utilize Excel, Maple, Mathcad, MATLAB, Mathematica, and POLYMATH and includes all particular program solution files.
Access to a specially priced version of an educational version of POLYMATH that can be installed on personal computers with any WindowsTM operating system.
1. Basic Principles and Calculations.
2. Regression and Correlation of Data.
3. Advanced Techniques in Problem Solving.
5. Fluid Mechanics.
6. Heat Transfer.
7. Mass Transfer.
8. Chemical Reaction Engineering.
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