化工| PERRYS CHEMICAL ENGINEERS HANDBOOK
Robert H. Perry
The organization of this eighth edition is much the same as for the seventh edition, although content changes are extensive. The first group of sections includes comprehensive tables with units conversions and fundamental constants, physical and chemical data, methods to predict properties, and fundamentals of mathematics most useful to engineers. The second group, comprising the fourth through the ninth sections, covers fundamentals of chemical engineering.
The third and largest group of sections deals with processes, such as heat-transfer operations, distillation, gas-liquid processes, chemical reactors, and liquid-liquid processes. The last group covers auxiliary information including waste management, safety and the handling of hazardous materials, energy sources, and materials of construction. All sections have been updated to cover the latest advances in technology related to chemical engineering. As there are a significant number of new section editors, the material in the Handbook has been extensively revised. Section 2, which covers physical and chemical data, has been expanded by well over 100 pages to include, among other new information, data from the AIChE Design Institute for Physical Properties.