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1.

CONVERSION

FACTORS &

MATH SYMBOL

Common
Units and
Derived Units
of SI

Conversion
Factors

Alphabetical Listing of Common Conversions

Gas Law
Constants

2.
PHYSICAL AND

CHEMICAL DATA

Specific Gravity
Equations

Elements and

Inorganic

2-7
Fundamental
Physical
Constants

Compounds

Organic

Subtances

2-28

Compounds

Vapor

Pressure of

2-55

Vapor

Inorganic &

Pressure of

2-48

Pure

Oganic Liquids

Vapor

Pressure

2-55

Calculator

Vapor Pressure

Of Inorganic

2-61

Compounds

--Tabulated

2-65

Compounds

--Tabulated

Vapor

Pressure of

2-80

Solutions

Water-Vapor

Vapor Pressure

Content of

2-95
of Organic

Gases

2-114

Solutions

Densities of

Pure

Densities of

2-96

Substances

Miscellaneous

2-124

Materials

Aqueous

Inorganic

Solubilities

2-104

2-125

Solutions

Solubility

2-131

Aqueous

Organic

Data Air NH3

Critical

2-138

Constants

Thermal

2-133

Expansion

Compressibilities

2-143

Joule-Thomson

Latent Heats

2-137

2-145

Effect

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Specific Heats

Of Pure

2-156

Compounds

Heat of

2-195
Heat Capacity

2-170

Combustion

Calculator

Heat of

2-203
CP/CV Ratio

2-182

Solution

Heat of

2-185

Formation
Thermodynamic

2-207

Properties

Pressure-

Enthalpy

2-219

Diagram of NH3

Thermodynamic

Properties of

Liquid-Vapor

2-211

Air

Equilibrium

2-224

Data for

Pressure-

Enthalpy

Ar-N2-O2

2-215

Diagram of Air

Temperature

Entropy

Enthalpy-

2-244

Diagram for

Concentration

2-285

Diagram for

CO

HCL

Enthalpy-

Concentration

2-267

Pressure-

Diagram for
Enthalpy

2-309

Diagram for

EtOH

Nitrogen

Enthalpy-

Concentration

Transport

2-403

2-420

Diagram for

Properties

NaOH

Viscosity of

Steam Table

Substances

2-413

2-421

Using Calctr

Surface

2-419

Tension

Viscosity of

Condctvty of

2-439

Liquids

Liquids

2-427

Using Calc

Transport

Vapor

Properties

2-445

Thermal

(1)(1atm)

2-433

Condctvty of

(K,Pr,)

Substances

Prandtl

Thermal

Number of

2-451

Air

Thermal

Thermo-

Conductvty

2-459

physical

Of Bldg and

2-452

Properties

Insulating Matls

Of Liquids

Diffusivities

2-454
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Prediction &
of Physical

Correlation

2-463

2-475

Properties

Gyration

Critical

2-468

Properties

Vapor

2-477

Pressure

Normal

Boiling &

Antoine

2-471

2-477

Melting Pt.

Equation

Radius of

Enthalpy of

2-478

Formation
Enthalpy of

2-488

Sublimation

Enthalpy of

2-486

Vaporization
Heat

2-489

Capacity

Enthalpy of

2-487

Fusion
Density

2-497

Flammability
Viscosity

2-515

2-504

Thermal

2-509

Conductivity
3.

MATHEMATICS

Area & Vol.

of Shapes &

3-7

Solids
Surface

2-513

Tensions

Differential

& Integral

3-18

Numerical

Calculus
Analysis &

3-47

Approximate

Laplace

3-38

Transform
Methods

Nuclear

3-48
Matrix

3-40

Differentation

Calculations

States of

Carbon

3-50

per no. Of
Synthesis

3-50

Carbon

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4. THERMODYNAMICS

4-1
Thermodynamic

Property
Variables,

4-6

Relations
Definitions &

4-5

Relationships

Work

Adiabatic

Eqn

4-7

Rev

Other

Property

Property

4-13

Calculations

Formulations

4-8

for Gases and

Troutons

4-13

Vapors

Rule for H

Redlich-

Kwong

4-11

Continuity Eqn

for Mass

Efficiency

4-14

Flowrate

Pumps,fan

4-16

Compressor

Shaft Work for

Compressors &

&Blowers

4-16

Expanders

Carnot 1

4-17

Turbine

4-16

Efficiency

Otto Efficiency

4-17

Equilibrium

4-25

Entropy

Phase Rule of

Relation

4-27

Freedom

Energy

Balance For

4-39

Work Ideal

Steady

4-39

State Flow
Work,

Enthalpy,

4-39
Multistage

Compression

4-40
Equation for
Work

5-5

Hr

5. HEAT & MASS

TRANSFER

Convection

5-1

5-7

Conduction

H for

5-3

Convection

Frequency

5-9

Nu=hD/k

Wave number

5-16

Wave Length

Radiation

5-15

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Kirchoffs Law

5-19
Radiation
For Radiation

5-20

Total

Emissivity

Mass Transfer

5-21

5-45

of Various

Diffusion

5-49

Surfaces

Rule of

Radiation w/

Thumb For

5-25

5-50

View Factor

Diffusivities

Correlation of

5-51

5-63
Diffusivity
Wetted

Column

Height of

Packings

5-61

(NTU)

6. FLUID &

PARTICLE

Mass transfr

6-1

DYNAMICS

Coeff/Corr

Shear Stress

Mass Balance

6-4

6-7

for Fluid

Fanning Friction

6-10

Factor

Bernoullis

6-7

Eqn

Entry Length

6-11

6-16

Ave.Velocity

Pipeline

6-11

of Pipes

Elements

Equivalent

K for Valves

6-12

6-18

Diameter

& Fittings

Frictional

Mach Number

6-22

Losses in

Fluid Mixing
Flow of Solids

6-52
(agitation

6-34

stirred tanks)

7. REACTION
Dimensionless

6-50

Groups

7-1

KINETICS

Drag Coefficient

6-51
Reaction Kinetics

7-5

action & Effect

Basic Concepts

7-6

of Temp

Law of Mass

Page | 5

Ideal Reactors

7-10

Michaelis-

Michaelis w/

7-18

Menten
Substrate

7-31

Inhibition

Arrhenius

Nernst for
Eqn for

7-36

Electro-

Activation

7-32

Chemical Cells

Energy

Eqn for

7-35

Rate of Rxn
Half-Life

7-36

8. PROCESS

Control

8-1

CONTROL

Advanced

8-20

Control System

Fundamentals

of Process

8-5

Dynamics &

Unit Ops

8-39

8-54

Control

Measurements

Batch Process

Flow

8-47

8-59

Control

Measurements

Process

Telemetering

Control

&

8-65

Transmission

Controllers,

Final Control

8-71

Digital
Elements &

Technology

8-68

for Process
Regulators

Control &

8-94

Noise Control
Plant Safety

Sound

8-81

Pressure
9.
PROCESS

9-1

ECONOMICS

Level

Process

Air & H2O


10.
TRANSPORT &

STORAGE OF

10-1
Capillary Rise

FLUIDS

10-8

1, 2 for

Density &

10-9

Flowmeters

Viscosity of

10-6

Flow Meters

Pitot Tubes

10-15

10-11

Orifice Meters

Velocity-Ratio

10-16

10-13

Diagram

Page | 6

Venturi Meters

10-18

Head

Pumps &

10-24

Compressors
Pump

10-27

Efficiency

Discharge

10-26

Head
Power

Output for

10-27

Pumps

Velocity

10-27

Velocity

Centrifugal

10-34

Formula

Pumps at

10-27

for Flow

Various Speed

Char curve

Pump

10-34

Centrifugal

Selection

10-34

Pump at

3450rpm

Performance

Curve Range

10-35

Char curve

for Impeller

10-41

Pumps

Pumps

Char Curve of

Affinity Law

Regenerative

10-41

for

Pumps

10-36

Homologous

Pump

10-43
Pump
Problems

Char Curve

Of Axial Flow

PVT for

Energy of

10-48

Adiabatic

Translation

10-44

Reversible

RMS Fans

10-49

Process

& Blowers

Work for

Gases during

Power

10-45

Compression

Needed for

10-51

Fan

Kinetic

Steel Pipe

10-78

Properties

Storage &

Process

10-140

Vessels

Valves

10-93

Ka Values

10-141

Flexibility

Factor &

10-119

Stress for

11. HEAT TRANSFER

11-1

EQUIPMENT

Pipe Fittings

Temperature

Profiles for
Overall Heat

11-5

Fluid Flow
Transfer

11-4

Coefficient

Page | 7

Thermal
Evaporators

Design of

11-11

Condensers
Fouling &

11-23

Scaling

Thermal

Design of

11-13

Exchanger

Evaporative

cooling-

Heat

11-29

drying Ratio

Exchangers

11-60

for Solid

TEMA Style

Heat

Thermal

11-33

11-70

Exchanger

Insulation

Air Cooled

Heat

Air

11-49

11-76

Conditioning

Process

11-103
Refrigeration

11-78

Equipment

Temp-P-Conc

DiagramLi-Br-

11-91

Work for

H2 O
Separation &

11-104

Purification

Cryogenic

11-99

Process

Insulation

11-107

12. PSYCHROMETRY

EVAP COOLING &

Evaporators

12-1

11-110
SOLIDS DRYING

BPR of

Psychrometry
Aqueous

11-115

Solutions

DefInitions &

12-4

Inter

Conversion

Antoines

Sample

12-5

Equation

Determination

12-8

of Moist Air

Psychrometry

12-7

Chart

Properties

Calculation

Methods for

12-14

Humidity

Drying

12-25

Parameters

Terminology

12-26

Cooling

Relation

12-17

Tower

Between Wet

12-26

& Dry Basis

Page | 8

Solids Drying

12-40

of Dryer

12-43
Equipment
based on

Feed

Classification

Of Drying

12-41

Drying Time

Equipment
(Constant

12-51

Rate &

Classification

Falling Rate)

Introduction

to Distillation
Calculation of

13-4

Operations
Key Dimensions

12-70

for Contact

Thermo-

Dynamic
Dryers

13-6

Data

Relative

13-7
13. DISTILLATION

13-1

Volatility

Equilb Flash

13-15

Calculations

Equilb Curves

13-8

for Distillation
Relative

13-17

Volatility

D Preistier

Chart for K

13-10
McCabeValues

Thiele

13-18

Method
Single Stage

for Nmin

Thermal

Conditions

Simulation

13-19

for Feed

of

13-30

Distillation

Feed Line

Eqn (Slope&

Process

13-19

y-intercept)

Azeotropic

13-81

Frenske-

Underwood

13-25

Distillation

Batch

13-109

Relative

Distillation

Polarities of

13-93

Functional

Groups

14. EQUIPMENT FOR

DISTILLATION, GAS

Distillation

ABSORPTION, PHASE

14-1

Temps of

DISPERSION & PHASE

13-100

Oil Products

SEPARATION

Design of

Packed
Gas-

14-7
Tower
Absorption

14-11

Design

Systems

Tray Tower

14-14

Design
Gas

Solubility

14-9

& Viscosity

Page | 9

Number of
Absorption

Stages for

14-14

14-26

Heat Effects

Columns

in Gas

14-15

Absorption

Flooding

14-36
Typical

Effect of

14-23

Entrainment

14-40

Packings

Pressure

14-42
on KOH

Tray

Drop

Transition

b/w Flow

Packing

14-47

14-63

Regimes

Efficiency

Tray

14-48

Efficiency

Other

14-80

Topics

Packed

14-53

Columns

Phase

14-86

Dispersion
EQUIPMENT

Definitions

15-10

Phase

14-111

Desirable

Separation
Solvent

15-11

Properties

15.

LIQUID-LIQUID

EXTRACTION &

Min & Max

Solvent to

15-23

OTHER L-L

15-1

OPERATIONS &

Feed Ratio

for LLE

Dispersion

15-41

Fundamentals

Solvent

Screening

Basic

15-32

Methods

Calculation

15-44

Methods &

Liquid , &

Interfacial

Procedures

15-39

Tension

Liquid-Liquid

Liquid-Liquid

Extraction

15-58

Equipment

Emerging

15-103

Process

Developments

Control

15-93

Consideration

Liquid-Liquid

16. ADSORPTION &

16-1
Phase

15-96

Separation

Equipment

ION EXCHANGE

Page | 10

Design

Fixed Bed

16-4

Concepts

Transition

Classification

Adsorbents

of Sorptive

& ion

16-5

16-8

Separation

Exchangers

Methods of

Physical

Analysis of

Properties of

16-6

16-10

Adsorbents

Exchangers

Porosity

16-10

Conservation

16-17

Sorption

Equations

16-11

Equilibrium

Rate &

Physical

Dispersion

16-18

Properties

16-11

of Ion-

Factors

Mass Transfer

Coefficient

Fixed Bed

16-21

16-31

Adsorption

Transition

Rate

16-22

Equations
Chromato-

16-38

graphy

Batch

16-26

Adsorption
Process

16-48

Cycles

Uses of

Fluidized

17-16

Beds

17. GAS-SOLIDS

OPERATIONS &

17-1

Gas-Solids

17-21
EQUIPMENT
Separations

Fluidized

17-2

Bed Systems
Particle

17-24

Measurements

Collection

17-28

Equipment

Tyler

17-25

Screens
Reqd

Cyclone

17-33

Length Func

Particle Size

17-26

Analysis
of Area

Cyclone

17-36
Dust
Efficiency

Efficiency

Collection

17-53

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18. LIQUID-SOLID

18-7

Mixing
OPERATIONS &

18-1

EQUIPMENT

Mixing

18-9

Equipment
Introduction

to Fluid

Liquid-Liquid

18-20

Impeller

Contacting

Reynolds

18-12

Number

Mixing of

Relation for

Viscous

18-27

Geomly

Fluids,Paste

18-13

Similar

And Dough

Impellers

Power

18-28

Number 2

Phase

Power

Diagram for

18-40

Numbers for

MgSO4-H2O

18-29

Anchor

Phase

Impellers

Diagram for

18-40

KCl-NaCl-H2O

Cystallization

18-39

from Solution

Yield from

18-41

Crystalln
Crystallization

18-50

Equipment

Yeild from

Evaporative

18-41

Leaching

18-59
Cooling

Leaching

18-66

Growth Rates

for Industrial

18-48

Crystals

Ideal Stages

18-83
Gravity

18-66

Filtration

Sedimentation

Filter Aids

18-98
Compression

18-70

Zone Volume
Filtration

18-99

Equipment

Filtration

18-82

Selection of

Rate of

Filtration

18-112

Cakes

Equipment

Filtration Rate

Centrifuges

18-114

for

18-138

Centrifuges

Yeild Stress

for

18-119

Centrifugal

Page | 12
Expression

18-143
Solid-Liquid

18-149

Separation
Selection of

19-5

Strength

19. REACTORS

19-1

Kinetics for

Residence
Reactors

19-8
Time &

19-5

CSTR & PFR

Space

Reactor

19-8
Velocity
Kinetics

Ionic

Fluid-Solid

19-25

Residence

Reactors

Time

19-14

Distribution

Effective-

19-25

& Mixing

Ness Factor

Single

Phase

Catalytic

19-20

19-27

Reactors

Reactors

Types

Non-Catalytic

19-36

Reactor

Multiphase

19-49

Reactors

Fluid-Fluid

19-38

Reactors

Capacity

for Screw

19-52

Conveyors

Reactor

19-42

Separation

20. ALTERNATIVE

SEPARATION

Processes

20-1

PROCESS

Alternative

Crystalliza-

Solid-Liquid

20-15

tion from

Separation

20-3

the Melts

Doppler Effect

20-30

Supercritical

Fluid

20-14

Membrane

Separation

Micro-

20-36

20-54

Process

Filtration

Ultra-

20-50

Filtration

Electro-

20-66

dialysis

Ultrafiltratn

Membrane

Selection of

20-51

Properties

Biochemical

20-71

Separation

Process

Page | 13

21. SOLID-SOLID

OPERATION &

21-1

Particle Shape

21-10
PROCESSING

Particle Size

21-12
Particle Size
Measurement

Analysis

21-8

Methods &

Solids

21-20
Equipment

Handling
Size

21-45

Reduction

Screening

21-21

Energy Laws

21-47
Mohs Scale

21-28

Work Indices

21-48
Solids

21-33

Mixing
Simulation

of Grinding

21-52

Process

Grinding

21-62

Media Mills
Impact &

21-56

Roller Mills

Critical

Speed for

21-64

Ball Mills
Fluid Energy

21-61

or Jet Mill

Crushing &

Grinding

21-68

Practice

Wet/Dry

Coal,Coke

Reduction

& other

21-71

Carbon

Size

Products

Enlargement

21-76

Methods &

Size

21-73

Enlargement

Apps

Agglomeration

Size

Rate Process

21-73

21-82

& Mechanics

Practice

Control &

Design of

Simulation

21-110

Granulation

of

21-143

Granulation

Processes

Processes

Size

Enlargement

21-117

Equipment &

22. WASTE

22-1

MANAGEMENT

Flotation

22-18

Viscosity of

22-15

Liquids

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Capital

Recovery

Lagoons

22-26

22-73

Factor

for VCM

Filtration

22-53

Physical-

Chemical

22-76
23. PROCESS
Treatment

23-1

SAFETY

Adsorption

Stripping

22-76
Process

Safety
Dulongs Eqn

22-86

23-4

Intro

Hazardous

Toxicity

23-28

Matls &

23-6

Conditions

Other Hazards

23-34

Chemical

Inherently

23-24

Reactivity

Safer Design

23-38

& Other

Design &
Operation

Required

23-76
Principles
Relief Rate

Storage &
Process
Handling of
Hazardous
Materials

Safety

23-41

Analysis

24. ENERGY

RESOURCES,

24-1

CONVERSION &

Safety Equipmt
Process, 23-74

23-97

UTILIZATION

Coals II

Fuels

24-4

Theoretical O2

24-21

Heating

Value/

24-5

Excess O2

24-21

Calorific

m3 O2/kg Fuel

24-22
Value

Combustion

Terminology

24-7

of Solid

24-25

Fuels

Combustion

of Gaseous

24-32

Combustion

Fuels

of Liquid

24-31

Fuels

Page | 15

Thermal
Energy

24-35

Coversion
Utilization

Electrochemical 24-45

Energy
Conversion

Energy

24-51

25. MATERIALS OF

25-1
Recovery

CONSTRUCTION

High & Low

Corrosion

Temperature

25-45

& its

of Materials

25-3

Control

Geometry

25-50

Thermo

of Bonds

25-10

Properties

25-28

of Materials

19

NOP

11

21

QR

13

25

15

27

IJK

17

29

LM

UVW

31

XYZ

A
INDEX 1

BC
3

D
7

RXTT

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