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Nice packaging! In the first printing, in Fig. This is arguably the greatest textbook for chemical engineering ever written. It most likely has a reference to this one. Byron Bird is a chemical engineer and professor emeritus in the Department of Chemical Engineering at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Separation Process Engineering:
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Hardcover Verified Purchase. If you're buying this, you're a chemical engineering student and this is on your mandatory buy list. It's definitely not going to be a solid conversation piece or one of those books you read on a grassy knoll while contemplating life with that cute coed. No, get your butt back in the library and get to studying, you a chemical engineer. Choice A: Run, go do something else, enjoy college Choice B: Buy this, it's the transport phenomena bible of chemical engineering.
Seriously, this is a great book for fluid flow momentum transfer , mass transfer, heat transfer. Bad book for life transfer. Aside from the logical and mathematical sciences, there are three branches of natural science which stand apart by reason of the variety of far-reaching deductions drawn from a small number of primary postulates. These are mechanics, electromagnetics, and thermodynamics -- the "engineering sciences".
When "BSL " was first published, the authors expressed their belief that transport phenomena should be recognized as one of the engineering sciences. Now 60 years later, this belief has been justified. This is the reason that the appearance in of BSL is significant for the chemical engineering profession.
Civil Engineering have "mechanics", Mechanical Engineering have "thermodynamics", and Electrical Engineering have "electromagnetics". Transport phenomena, with or without chemical reactions, is what distinguishes Chemical Engineering from the other engineering professions. Most chemical engineers grew up with BSL. For myself, I found out what the graduate students were using.
The old red-back version was intimidating. It was hard to use. The calculus was, and is, generally over my head. I remember once working on a product development for Andrew Jergens. My goal was to estimate the production capacity of a stepwise batch process. Others would ultimately use my numbers to estimate the price of the product. I had to get it right! One step involved melting this wax, a synthetic whale wax, over an electric heater. I knew the BTU output but there were several physical constraints.
After a few sleepless nights and pawing through the University of Cincinnati library I was stumped.
Then, I started looking through BSL. Oui la! It did not take me long to see the application.
I spent a morning doing lab experiments for my physical properties and the afternoon fitting the measurements to their procedure. The method worked.
The second edition has much better graphics and a good index. The index and table of contents in the first edition made the book unwieldy. I recently became interested in calculating the heat-up time in a hydrolysis bed.
There is an excellent method developed by Shumann in another great book: Kern's "Process Heat Transfer. With the old version, finding this section of the book was very time consuming. The second edition made it easy.
There is one downside of the 2nd edition. To make it easier to read, the publisher increased its length and width. Unfortunately, as experience has born out, this tends to make a book more prone to shearing along its binding. I intent to wrap this book in heavy plastic to add some reinforcement. I suggest you do likewise.
I will keep you posted as I continue to use this book. I may give my old red-back to some younger engineer to knaw on the edges before they ask me for the answer.
Transport Phenomena contains many instances of hidden messages and other word play. For example, the first letters of each sentence of the Preface spell out "This book is dedicated to O.
The first letters of each paragraph in the Postface spell out "On Wisconsin". In the first printing, in Fig.
According to many chemical engineering professors, the first edition is much better than the second edition. There are many reasons in this regard; The second edition has been revised many times despite the fact that there are still many defects and typographical errors in many parts of the book. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Transport Phenomena Author Bird, R. Notes on transport phenomena. LCCN CS1 maint: Multiple names: August Transport Phenomena Second ed. Transport Phenomena Revised Second ed. Chemical engineering topics. History of chemical engineering. Unit operations Unit processes Chemical engineer Chemical process. Momentum transfer Heat transfer Mass transfer. Chemical reaction engineering Chemical kinetics Chemical process modeling.