Simultaneous Mass Transfer and Chemical Reactions in Engineering Science: Solution Methods and Chemical Engineering Applications

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book-author

Bertram K. C. Chan

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Elsevier

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PDF

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340 pages

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English

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B083ZC6RCM

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128191929

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9780128191927


Book Description

The document “Simultaneous Mass Transfer and Chemical Reactions in Engineering Science: Solution Methods and Chemical Engineering Applications” (PDF) demonstrates how mathematical analysis, numerical analysis, statistical analysis, and computer programming can be condensed to simplify simultaneous mass transfer and chemical reactions in engineering science for the purpose of use in the solution of problems in quantitative Chemical and Biochemical Engineering design and analysis. The statistical approaches and R recipes for advective and diffusive issues in a variety of geometrical configurations are provided in this ebook. To demonstrate transport models in aquatic systems (lakes, rivers, and oceans), porous media (floc aggregates and sediments), and even idealized organisms (spherical cells and cylindrical worms), the R-package ReacTran is utilized.

 

  • Offers an up-to-date, practical understanding of processes involving simultaneous mass transfer and reactions
  • Describes applicable mathematical methods for the quantitative analysis of concurrent mass transfer and reactions
  • Provides an introduction to the fundamental scientific principles of mass transfer and diffusion, in addition to simultaneous biological and chemical reactions
  • focuses on the analysis of systems that involve simultaneous mass transfer and reactions, as well as the discussion of the existence and uniqueness of solutions to well-known theoretical models.

 

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Table of contents :
Cover
SIMULTANEOUS MASS TRANSFER AND CHEMICAL REACTIONS IN ENGINEERING SCIENCE: Solution Methods and Chemical Engineering Applications
Copyright
Dedication
PREFACE
1 . Introduction to simultaneous mass transfer and chemical reactions in engineering science
1.1 Gas–Liquid Reactions
1.1.1 Simultaneous biomolecular reactions and mass transfer
1.1.1.1 The biomedical environment
1.1.1.2 The industrial chemistry and chemical engineering environment
1.1.1.2.1 Conclusions
1.1.1.2.2 Summary
1.2 The modeling of gas–liquid reactions
1.2.1 Film theory of mass transfer
1.2.2 Surface renewal theory of mass transfer
1.2.3 Absorption into a quiescent liquid[∗1]
1.2.3.1 Absorption accompanied by chemical reactions[∗1]
1.2.3.2 Irreversible reactions[∗1]
1.2.3.2.1 First-order reactions
1.2.3.2.2 Instantaneous reactions
1.2.3.2.2.1 Remarks
1.2.3.2.2.1.1 Worked example 1.1
1.2.3.2.3 Simultaneous absorption of two reacting gases [∗3]
1.2.4 Absorption into agitated liquids [∗4]
1.2.4.1 Further references
1.2.5 The mathematical theory of simultaneous mass transfer and chemical reactions[∗1]
1.2.5.1 Physical absorption
1.2.6 Chemical absorption
1.2.6.1 Preliminary remarks on simultaneous mass transfer (absorption) with chemical reactions
1.2.6.2 Some solutions to the mathematical models of the theory of simultaneous mass transfer and chemical reactions
1.2.6.3 Approximate closed form solutions∗∗
1.2.7 Numerical solutions
1.3 Diffusive models of environmental transport
2 . Data analysis using R programming
Preamble
2.1 Chemical engineering data analysis
Introduction [2]
Chemical engineering data coding
Coding
Data capture
Data editing
Imputations
Data quality
Data quality assurance
Data quality control
Quality management
Review questions for Section 2.1
2.2 Beginning R
R and statistics or biostatistics
2.2.1 A first lesson using R
Additional references
3 . Theory of simultaneous mass transfer and chemical reactions, with numerical solutions
3.0 The concept of diffusion
3.0.1 Fick’s laws of diffusion
3.0.1.1 Fick’s first law of diffusion (steady state law)
3.0.1.2 Fick’s second law of diffusion
3.1 Simultaneous biomolecular reactions and mass transfer
3.2 The concept of the mass transfer coefficient
3.3 Theoretical models of mass transfer
3.3.1 Nernst One-Film theory model and the Lewis-Whitman Two-Film model
3.3.2 Higbie penetration theory model
3.3.3 Danckwerts surface renewal theory model
3.3.4 Boundary layer theory model
3.3.5 Mass transfer under laminar flow conditions
3.3.6 Mass transfer past solids under turbulent flow
3.3.7 Some interesting special conditions of mass transfer
3.3.8 Applications to chemical engineering design
3.3.8.1 Designing a packed column for the absorption of gaseous CO2 by a liquid solution of NaOH, using the mathematical model of s …
3.3.8.2 Calculation of packed height requirement for reducing the chlorine concentration in a chlorine–air mixture
3.4 Theory of simultaneous bimolecular reactions and mass transfer in two dimensions
3.4.1 Numerical solutions of a model in terms of simultaneous semi-linear partial differential equations
3.4.2 An existence theorem of the governing simultaneous semi-linear parabolic partial differential equations
3.4.3 A uniqueness theorem of the governing simultaneous semi-linear parabolic partial differential equations
3.5 Theory of simultaneous bimolecular reactions and mass transfer in two dimensions
3.5.1 An existence theorem of the governing simultaneous semi-linear parabolic partial differential equations
3.6 A uniqueness theorem of the governing simultaneous semi-linear parabolic partial differential equations
4 . Numerical worked examples using R for simultaneous mass transfer and chemical reactions
Worked Examples
Example A: Solving Reactive Transport Equations Using R
Examples B: Modeling Framework for Cellular Communities in their Environments
References
B
C
D
F
H
L
M
O
P
Index
Back Cover

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