Best Chemical Plant Design Books
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1. The Wild Dyer: A Maker's Guide to Natural Dyes with Projects to Create and Stitch (learn how to forage for plants, prepare textiles for dyeing, and … from coasters to a patchwork blanket)
Author: by Abigail Booth
Fabrics colored with natural dyes have a beauty and subtlety all of their own. Onion and avocado skins, chamomile and birch bark, and nettles and acorns can produce lovely, ethereal colors and effects. The Wild Dyer demystifies this eco-conscious art, focusing on foraging and growing dying materials; repurposing kitchen trimmings; making and using long-lasting dyes; and creating stitched projects.
Workspace setup, equipment, and fabric choices and care are all discussed. Beautiful photographs and easy-to-follow instructions illustrate how to make eight exquisite household items, from a drawstring bag to a gardener’s smock and a reversible patchwork blanket. The Wild Dyer is a complete guide for both beginners and experienced artists seeking to expand their knowledge of this increasingly popular craft.
2. Perry's Chemical Engineers' Handbook, 9th Edition
Author: by Don Green
Publisher’s Note: Products purchased from Third Party sellers are not guaranteed by the publisher for quality, authenticity, or access to any online entitlements included with the product. Up-to-Date Coverage of All Chemical Engineering Topicsfrom the Fundamentals to the State of the ArtNow in its 85th Anniversary Edition, this industry-standard resource has equipped generations of engineers and chemists with vital information, data, and insights.
Thoroughly revised to reflect the latest technological advances and processes, Perry’s Chemical Engineers’ Handbook, Ninth Edition, provides unsurpassed coverage of every aspect of chemical engineering. You will get comprehensive details on chemical processes, reactor modeling, biological processes, biochemical and membrane separation, process and chemical plant safety, and much more.
This fully updated edition covers:Unit Conversion Factors and Symbols Physical and Chemical Data including Prediction and Correlation of Physical Properties Mathematics including Differential and Integral Calculus, Statistics , Optimization Thermodynamics Heat and Mass Transfer Fluid and Particle Dynamics *Reaction Kinetics Process Control and Instrumentation Process Economics Transport and Storage of Fluids Heat Transfer Operations and Equipment Psychrometry, Evaporative Cooling, and Solids Drying Distillation Gas Absorption and Gas-Liquid System Design Liquid-Liquid Extraction Operations and Equipment Adsorption and Ion Exchange Gas-Solid Operations and Equipment Liquid-Solid Operations and Equipment Solid-Solid Operations and Equipment Chemical Reactors Bio-based Reactions and Processing Waste Management including Air ,Wastewater and Solid Waste Management* Process Safety including Inherently Safer Design Energy Resources, Conversion and Utilization* Materials of Construction
3. Guest Book: GORGEOUS Watercolor (Pink And Gold) Boho Chic With Gold Text And Floral Cover, Rustic Guestbook For Wedding, Bridal Shower, Birthday … Visitors, Cabin Rentals or Bed And Breakfast
Author: by Happy Eden Co
This GORGEOUS guest book features a pink and gold watercolor floral cover with interior pages that have a matching floral design with a minimalist monochromatic print. The interior is BLACK AND WHITE to make it easy to afford. With space for names and a note from each guest, this rustic guest book is perfect for weddings, baby showers, bridal showers, birthday parties, or other events.
It is perfect as a sign-in log at a retirement home for visitors or as a guestbook at a cabin rental or B&B. Providing plenty of space for notes and guests, this book can stand if needed, making it easy to display.
Looks awesome on a table or displayed and goes great with a super cute gel pen! Features:Space for Names and a short Note from each guestPremium Matte Soft CoverBright White Interior StockA Convenient 8.25″ x 6″ size
4. The Art and Science of Natural Dyes: Principles, Experiments, and Results
Author: by Joy Boutrup
This long-awaited guide serves as a tool to explain the general principles of natural dyeing, and to help dyers to become more accomplished at their craft through an increased understanding of the process. Photos of more than 450 samples demonstrate the results of actual dye tests, and detailed information covers every aspect of natural dyeing including theory, fibers, mordants, dyes, printing, organic indigo vats, finishing, and the evaluation of dye fastness.
Special techniques of printing and discharging indigo are featured as well. The book is intended for dyers and printers who wish to more completely understand the why and the how, while ensuring safe and sustainable practices. Written by a textile engineer and chemist (Boutrup) and a textile artist and practitioner (Ellis), its detailed and tested recipes for every process, including charts and comparisons, make it the ideal resource for dyers with all levels of experience.
5. Make Ink: A Forager’s Guide to Natural Inkmaking
Author: by Jason Logan
A 2018 Best Book of the YearThe Guardian The Toronto Ink Company was founded in 2014 by designer and artist Jason Logan as a citizen science experiment to make eco-friendly, urban ink from street-harvested pigments. In Make Ink, Logan delves into the history of inkmaking and the science of distilling pigment from the natural world.
Readers will learn how to forage for materials such as soot, rust, cigarette butts, peach pits, and black walnut, then how to mix, test, and transform these ingredients into rich, vibrant inks that are sensitive to both place and environment.
Organized by color, and featuring lovely minimalist photography throughout, Make Ink combines science, art, and craft to instill the basics of ink making and demonstrate the beauty and necessity of engaging with one of mankind’s oldest tools of communication.
6. Botanical Soaps: A modern guide to making your own soaps, shampoo bars and other beauty essentials
Author: by Marta Tarallo
Sustainability is creeping into all aspects of our lives. The beauty industry is one of the biggest polluters, littering our oceans with used plastic bottles and containers therefor, there is now a growing movement looking for cleaner and greener way to beautify.
Learn how to simplify your beauty regime with Botanical Soaps as this book shows you how to create your own beauty products using all natural ingredients. Demystify your skin type and discover how to combat bathroom plastic, minimize your routine by making your own soaps, shampoo bars and other beauty products including, lip butters, cleansers, bath salts and natural deodorants.
Botanical Soaps is a beautiful and inspiring guide that will encourage you to green up your beauty regime with all natural, organic projects that are kinder to both the planet and your skin.
7. A Working Guide to Process Equipment, Fourth Edition
Author: by Norman Lieberman
Publisher’s Note: Products purchased from Third Party sellers are not guaranteed by the publisher for quality, authenticity, or access to any online entitlements included with the product. The latest methods for troubleshooting and maintaining process equipmentApplicable to a broad range of technicians and industries and fully updated throughout, A Working Guide to Process Equipment, Fourth Edition, explains how to diagnose, troubleshoot, and correct problems with chemical and petroleum refining process equipment.
Nine new chapters cover:Tray design detailsShell-and-tube heat exchanger design detailsRelief valve system designVapor lock and exchanger flooding in steam systemsSteam generation operating and design detailsWastewater strippersThermodynamics – how it applies to process equipmentCentrifugal pumps – reducing seal and bearing failuresHand calculations for distillation towersVapor – liquid equilibrium, absorption, and stripping calculationsFilled with examples and illustrations, this practical resource demonstrates how theory applies to solving real-world plant operation problems.
8. Journeys in Natural Dyeing: Techniques for Creating Color at Home
Author: by Kristine Vejar
Abrams (October 13, 2020)
An international study of natural dyeing aimed at teaching beautiful techniques Similar to cooking and the act of sharing meals, our relationship to textiles is a core tenet of our human experience. Creating textiles cultivates connection, belonging, community, and friendships among people.
In the world of textiles, natural dyeing is the closest we come to the act of cooking. Journeys in Natural Dyeing shares the story of Kristine Vejar and Adrienne Rodriguez’s travels to four countriesIceland, Mexico, Japan, and Indonesiawhere they visited natural dyers who use locally-sourced dyes to create textiles that evoke beauty, a connection to their environment, and showcase their mastery of skill.
This book shares their process of using their own locally-grown dyes and includes recipes and projects to create more than 400 shades of color. In addition, you will learn how to use your own natural environment to create deep, beautiful colors.
No matter where you live, creating color naturally is possible.
9. Textile Landscape: Painting with Cloth in Mixed Media
Author: by Cas Holmes
Combine the textural quality of stitchwork and the spontaneity of paint with this practical, beautiful guide to landscapes in mixed-media textile art. Renowned author Cas Holmes brings together the world of the stitcher and that of the painter as she demonstrates her technique known as stitch-sketching and shows how to develop your approach to textile art.
Focusing on the common language between the two forms, she begins with basic advice on keeping a sketchbook, stitching on paper and fabric, and working digitally. Cas then looks at both urban and intimate spaces, capturing the changing seasons, the technical aspects of painting and dying cloth, experimenting with photos, creating stitchscapes, attaining inspiration from found objects, and so much more.
10. Gasifiers Wood Gasification & Off Grid Power: A Beginners Guide
Author: by George Eccleston
This book is a straightforward guide for the complete beginner! In less than a day you will learn: What is a Gasifier?How does it work? How do you build one? What parts do you need? What type of fan do you need and why is one needed?
And much, much more! For the beginner building a gasifier seems to be one never ending stream of questions. In this beginner’s guide I have answered these basic questions for you and lots more besides? Inside this book are the basic details needed for you to understand how gasifiers work, without the technical jargon that confuses most beginners.
There is a multitude of diagrams & simple explanations detailing different gasifier designs and the chemical processes that occur inside the gasifier itself. Written especially for the beginner this book holds the necessary information that you will need to start your journey in wood gasification, helping you advance to the next level of self-reliance and fuel independence.
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11. Botanical Inks: Plant-to-Print Dyes, Techniques and Projects
Author: by Babs Behan
Learn how to transform foraged wild plants, plants, garden produce, and recycled food into dyes and inks with Botanical Inks. The book shows you how to extract environmentally sustainable color from the landscape and use it to create natural dyes for textiles, clothing, paper, and other materials.
Botanical Inks covers dyeing and surface application techniques, including bundle dyeing, Shibori tie-dyeing, hapazome, indigo sugar vat dyeing, wood-block printing, screen printing, and more. Itt also shows you how to turn your new inks, dyes, and technique knowledge into wonderful projects, from a simple bundle-dyed a scarf to a block-printed tote bag.
The process of turning plants into print can help you reconnect with nature, find a creative outlet and develop a mindful sense of presence. It also promotes an awareness of sustainable practices and how to reduce our impact on the planet.
12. Analysis, Synthesis, and Design of Chemical Processes (International Series in the Physical and Chemical Engineering Sciences)
Author: by Richard Turton
The Leading Integrated Chemical Process Design Guide: With Extensive Coverage of Equipment Design and Other Key Topics More than ever, effective design is the focal point of sound chemical engineering. Analysis, Synthesis, and Design of Chemical Processes, Fifth Edition, presents design as a creative process that integrates the big-picture and small details, and knows which to stress when and why.
Realistic from start to finish, it moves readers beyond classroom exercises into open-ended, real-world problem solving. The authors introduce up-to-date, integrated techniques ranging from finance to operations, and new plant design to existing process optimization. The fifth edition includes updated safety and ethics resources and economic factors indices, as well as an extensive, new section focused on process equipment design and performance, covering equipment design for common unit operations, such as fluid flow, heat transfer, separations, reactors, and more.
Conceptualization and analysis: process diagrams, configurations, batch processing, product design, and analyzing existing processes Economic analysis: estimating fixed capital investment and manufacturing costs, measuring process profitability, and more Synthesis and optimization: process simulation, thermodynamic models, separation operations, heat integration, steady-state and dynamic process simulators, and process regulation Chemical equipment design and performance: a full section of expanded and revamped coverage of designing process equipment and evaluating the performance of current equipment Advanced steady-state simulation: goals, models, solution strategies, and sensitivity and optimization results Dynamic simulation: goals, development, solution methods, algorithms, and solvers Societal impacts: ethics, professionalism, health, safety, environmental issues, and green engineering Interpersonal and communication skills: working in teams, communicating effectively, and writing better reports This text draws on a combined 55 years of innovative instruction at West Virginia University (WVU) and the University of Nevada, Reno.
13. Red, White, and Black Make Blue: Indigo in the Fabric of Colonial South Carolina Life
Author: by Andrea Feeser
Like cotton, indigo has defied its humble origins. Left alone it might have been a regional plant with minimal reach, a localized way of dyeing textiles, paper, and other goods with a bit of blue. But when blue became the most popular color for the textiles that Britain turned out in large quantities in the eighteenth century, the South Carolina indigo that colored most of this cloth became a major component in transatlantic commodity chains.
In Red, White, and Black Make Blue, Andrea Feeser tells the stories of all the peoples who made indigo a key part of the colonial South Carolina experience as she explores indigo’s relationships to land use, slave labor, textile production and use, sartorial expression, and fortune building.
In the eighteenth century, indigo played a central role in the development of South Carolina. The popularity of the color blue among the upper and lower classes ensured a high demand for indigo, and the climate in the region proved sound for its cultivation.
14. Practical Batch Process Management (Practical Professional Books from Elsevier)
Author: by Mike Barker B.Sc (Elec.Eng)
Historically batch control systems were designed individually to match a specific arrangement of plant equipment. They lacked the ability to convert to new products without having to modify the control systems, and did not lend themselves to integration with manufacturing management systems.
Practical Batch Management Systems explains how to utilize the building blocks and arrange the structures of modern batch management systems to produce flexible schemes suitable for automated batch management, with the capability to be reconfigured to use the same plant equipment in different combinations.
It introduces current best practice in the automation of batch processes, including the drive for integration with MES (Manufacturing Execution System) and ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) products from major IT vendors. References and examples are drawn from DCS / PLC batch control products currently on the market.
15. Solid-Liquid Separation
Author: by Ladislav Svarovsky
Solid Liquid Separation includes important industrial processes used for recovery and processing of solids or purification of liquids. Most of the process industries in which particulate slurries are handled use some form of solid-liquid separation and yet the subject is not adequately covered in most higher education courses.
This book is designed to bring the readers up-to-date on the principles and industrial practices of solid-liquid separation and washing technology. Particular attention is given to hardware and to its evaluation, application and selection. Whilst not exclusively concerned with filtration and sedimentation, these operations will be dealt with in depth.
Important variations in the available equipment will be discussed throughout the book with emphasis on basic engineering concepts, equipment selection and evaluation, solids washing, methods of pre-treatment, filter aids and other practical aspects of mechanical separation. This book is intended for engineers and scientists of graduate status who are engaged in design, production for research and development.