Green Engineering: Environmentally Conscious Design of Chemical Processes
©2002 |Prentice Hall | Available
David T. Allen, Michigan Technological University
David R. Shonnard, Michigan Technological University
©2002 |Prentice Hall | Available
For upper level undergraduate and graduate level Chemical Engineering courses in Pollution Prevention and Chemical Process Design that are offered to Chemical Engineering or Environmental Engineering students, as well as Practicing Chemical or Civil Engineers interested in finding ways to prevent pollution.
This book is the result of the USEPA (Environmental Protection Agency) green engineering curriculum development effort for chemical engineering departments. The book was developed to fulfill ABET/AICHE requirements on environment, health and safety.
The book provides a comprehensive overview and introduction to environmentally preferable, or “green” approaches in the design and development of chemical processes and products for both engineering students and practitioners. It covers basic pollution prevention and waste minimization techniques, while emphasizing the environmental risks that must be considered in the design of chemical process and products. Green Engineering: Environmentally Conscious Design of Chemical Processes is also the complete professional's guide to cost-effective design, commercialization, and use of chemical processes that minimize pollution at the source, thus reducing the impact on health and the environment.
Sample chapter is available for download in PDF format.
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Allows students to begin working within the context of the real-world restrictions and limitations that must guide their decisions in developing chemical processes and products. Ex.___
Teaches students that chemical process and product designs must coexist within a larger global context. Ex.___
Offers students effective means of evaluating the emissions and hazards of chemicals and processes. Ex.___
Allows students to assess the impact of chemical processes and products beyond the boundaries of the plant. Ex.___
Allows students to understand the effect of their designs on the real world. Ex.___
Provides up-to-date resources for greater understanding and learning. Ex.___
About the Authors.
I. A CHEMICAL ENGINEER'S GUIDE TO ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES AND REGULATIONS.
II. EVALUATING AND IMPROVING ENVIRONMENTAL PERFORMANCE OF CHEMICAL PROCESSES.
III. MOVING BEYOND THE PLANT BOUNDARY.
Allen & Shonnard
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DAVID T. ALLEN, Reese Professor of Chemical Engineering and the Director of the Center for Energy and Environmental Resources at the University of Texas at Austin, was the 2000 recipient of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers Lawrence K. Cecil Award in Environmental Chemical Engineering for his contributions to air quality and pollution prevention engineering and environmental engineering education.
DAVID R. SHONNARD, Associate Professor of Chemical Engineering at Michigan Technological University, is a 1998 recipient of the NSF/Lucent Technologies Foundation Industrial Ecology Research Fellowship for research that integrates environmental impact assessment with process design. Other related awards include an NSF-funded repository for pollution prevention curriculum development materials.
With contributions by authors from US EPA and Industry.
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