There are many comprehensive design books, but none of them provide
a significant number of detailed economic design examples of
typically complex industrial processes. Most of the current design
books cover a wide variety of topics associated with process
design. In addition to discussing flowsheet development and
equipment design, these textbooks go into a lot of detail on
engineering economics and other many peripheral subjects such as
written and oral skills, ethics, "green" engineering and product
design. This book presents general process design principles in a
concise readable form that can be easily comprehended by students
and engineers when developing effective flow sheet and control
Ten detailed case studies presented illustrate an in-depth and
quantitative way the application of these general principles.
Detailed economic steady-state designs are developed that satisfy
economic criterion such as minimize total annual cost of both
capital and energy or return on incremental capital investment.
Complete detailed flow sheets and Aspen Plus files are provided.
Then conventional PI control structures are be developed and tested
for their ability to maintain product quality during disturbances.
Complete Aspen Dynamics files are be provided of the dynamic
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