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A Working Guide to Process Equipment
Chemical engineers and technicians often can't identify the source of equipment malfunctions because they don't understand how the equipment works. This guide explains the inner workings of equipment in continuous process facilities.
Hardcover, 591 pages
Published May 1st 2008 by McGraw-Hill
(first published December 6th 2002)
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I originally bought this book as a reference manual, which I think is its intended purpose. For that, I've only found it to be moderately useful; there are some formulas, some diagrams, and a lot of introductory information that a person who's new to chemical engineering, operating, inspecting, or repairing of refinery process equipment might be able to make use of. For most people that already do this for a living, this book doesn't really present a lot of professional value as either a referen ...more