'Modelling with Differential Equations in Chemical Engineering' covers the modelling of rate processes of engineering in terms of differential equations. While it includes the purely mathematical aspects of the solution of differential equations, the main emphasis is on the derivation and solution of major equations of engineering and applied science. Methods of solving differential equations by analytical and numerical means are presented in detail with many solved examples, and problems for solution by the reader. Emphasis is placed on numerical and computer methods of solution. A key chapter in the book is devoted to the principles of mathematical modelling. These principles are applied to the equations in important engineering areas. The major disciplines covered are thermodynamics, diffusion and mass transfer, heat transfer, fluid dynamics, chemical reactions, and automatic control. These topics are of particular value to chemical engineers, but also are of interest to mechanical, civil, and environmental engineers, as well as applied scientists. The material is also suitable for undergraduate and beginning graduate students, as well as for review by practising engineers.Relations for Simple Systems, Phil. Trans. Roy. Soc. Lond. A234, 299-328. Sherwood, T.K., and C.E. Reed (1939). Applied Mathematics in Chemical Engineering, McGraw-Hill, New York. Sherwood, T.K., R.L Pigford, and C.R. Wilke (1975).
|Title||:||Modeling with differential equations in chemical engineering|
|Author||:||Stanley M. Walas|