Elements of Chemical Reaction Engineering By H. Scott Fogler, is a guide book covering all aspects of chemical reaction engineering and caters to the needs of undergraduates and graduate students who are pursuing a course in Chemical Reaction Engineering.
Summary Of The Book
The spotlight of the book Elements of Chemical Reaction Engineering By H. Scott Fogler lies on the solving of chemical reaction problems through reasoning rather than through memorization of the numerous equations and formulas. The book intricately deals with the intrinsic workings of chemical reaction engineering and its properties.
It is essential for students pursuing a course in Chemical Reaction Engineering and in such relevant courses as Biochemical Engineering and Biotechnology. Mole balances, rate laws, energy balances, stoichiometry, diffusion and contraction in various arenas of chemical reaction engineering are meticulously discussed. The book takes students to the core of the subject matter so that they become equipped to solve even the toughest problems.
The book comes with a host of challenging problems to solve. It gets the students into a rigorous and creative problem solving spree with the help software packages.
The CD that comes along with the book provides an additional source of knowledge. It comprises of summary notes of all the chapters in the book, essential learning resources, a host of example problems, professional reference shelf, additional study materials and guide.
The book Elements of Chemical Reaction Engineering By H. Scott Fogler has been well received by students and professors in the field of Chemical Reaction Engineering.
About H. Scott Fogler
A Vennema Professor of Chemical Engineering at the University of Michigan, H. Scott Fogler is the recipient of a number of awards which include the Warren K. Lewis Award and the Chemical Manufacturers Association’s National Catalyst Award for his excellent contribution to the field of Chemical Engineering.
He co-authored Strategies for Creative Problem Solving, The Effect of Operating Temperatures on Wax Deposition, Role of n-Alkane Polydispersity on the Crystallization of n-Alkanes from Solution, Understanding the Dissolution of Zeolites, The Next Millennium in Chemical Engineering, Paraffin Polydispersity Facilitates Mechanical Gelation, and Bulk Stabilization in Wax Deposition Systems.
The book is written in simple English to help students and teachers alike grasp the content and the subject matter of the book. The problems and solutions are clearly introduced. H. Scott Fogler did his education from the University of Colorado and the University of Illinois.
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