Chemical production processes consist of many complex apparatuses involving both moving and static parts as well as interconnecting pipes, control mechanisms and electronics, mechanical and thermal stages, heat exchangers, waste and side product processing units, power ducts and many others. Bringing such a complicated unit online and ensuring its continued productivity requires substantial skill at anticipating, detecting and solving acute problems. This book is the professional's and student's entrance to the fascinating and important world of trouble shooting for chemical, pharmaceutical and other production processes.$2000 61 C. $30 Connect with flow controller FC-5. Good move! However ... $300 No change in either light ends or in flowrate. ... The feed rate is 2.78 kg/s a 10%. $2000 ... Diagram seems to be a reasonable schematic representation. For allanbsp;...
|Title||:||Successful Trouble Shooting for Process Engineers|
|Author||:||Donald R. Woods|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 2006-05-12|