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CHEME 4620: Chemical Process Design (Spring 2017): Course Reserves

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Course Reserve Books

If books are on Reserve, they will be at the Uris Circulation Desk under the author's name. Other print books will be in the stacks under call number). Below are some recommended books, and many are available full-text online.

Biofuels Engineering Process Technology, Caye M. Drapcho, Nghiem Phu Nhuan, Terry H. Walker, New York : McGraw-Hill, 2008, Online and in print Uris TP 339 .D3 2008.

Chemical Engineering Design - by Gavin Towler and RK Sinnott. Available online.

Chemical Reactor Design, by Peter Harriott. New York: Marcel Dekker, 2003, Uris TP157 H297x 2003 + oversize. Online and print.

Chemical Reactor Design and Control, by William L. Luyben, AiChE, 2007. Also available in print.

Chemical Process Equipment - Selection and Design,  by James R. Couper, Penney, Fair, Walas. 2010. Elsevier. Online via Knovel.

Distillation Design, Henry Z. Kister. Online and in print at Uris, TP156.D5 K555x 1992.

Engineering data book / compiled and edited in co-operation with the Gas Processors Association. Uris Library TP753 .E53 2004 ++

Fuels and lubricants Handbook. In print, Uris TP321 .F84x 2003 +

Handbook of Petrochemicals Production Processes, Robert A. Meyers, McGraw-Hill, 2005.

Handbook of Petroleum Refining Processes, Robert A. Meyers, McGraw-Hill, 2004. Online and In print, Uris TP690 H34 2004.

Petroleum Refining: Technology and Economics, by James H. Gary, and Glenn E. Handwerk. New York: Marcel Dekker, 2001. Online and in print.

Process Plant Layout - by Sean Moran, Butterworth, 2016. - available online

Synthetic Fuels Handbook: Properties, process, and performance, by James G. Speight. New York : McGraw-Hill, c2008. In print Uris TP155.75 .C68 2009

Unit operations of chemical engineering, by Julian Smith, Peter Harriott, .Warren McCabe. Boston: McGraw-Hill 2005. Print  Uris Library TP155.7 .M3 2005

Yaws Handbook of physical properties for hydrocarbons and chemicals, by Carl L. Yaws. Houston, TX: Gulf Pub. Co, 2005. Online.