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Contents:
Chapter 1 Chemical Reactions and Design of Chemical Reactors Hiroo Tominaga 
Chapter 2 Equilibrium and Reaction Rate Hiroshi Komiyama 
Chapter 3 Fundamentals of Heat and Mass Transfer Koichi Asano 
Chapter 4 Fundamentals of Reactor Design
Chapter 5 Design of an Industrial Reactor 

Preface to the English Edition: Now that the Cold War is over, the next hurdle for mankind is the wealth gap between north and south. We must cooperate with developing countries to generate sustainable development programmes that bring true prosperity while protecting the environment. The engineers in engineering firms hope that the chemical engineering skills they refine daily will contribute to international economic development and to richer lives for all mankind. We believe engineering stands alongside agriculture, commerce, and manufacturing as one of the four pillars of national strength. These four words are engraved in the pedestals of the four columns of the Albert Memorial in London, which was built in 1876 when the British Empire was at its zenith. And these four words connote the source of Britain's tremendous strength during the reign of Queen Victoria. 

Chemical Reaction and Reactor Design commemorates the 50th anniversary of the foundation of the Chiyoda Corporation, and was published in Japanese by Maruzen Co., Ltd in January 1996. This book was created for colleagues in the design departments of engineering companies, and for students who hope to pursue careers in engineering. The Japanese edition immediately prompted many requests for an English version. Now, thanks to John Wiley & Sons Ltd, the English edition is available. 

In the course of their daily work, chemical engineers come in contact with various reactions, catalysts, and reactors. They constantly encounter new technologies, such as residue fluidized catalytic cracking (RFCC), continuous catalyst recirculation (CCR) reforming and heat exchanger type reactors and consistently meet the challenge of using them effectively. This experience helps them to unify systems and equipment into a smoothly operating entity, achieving greater precision in design standards and more efficient design systems for better operation of reactors, separators, heat exchangers, and other hardware. Systems and equipment operate as an organic whole in petroleum refining, petrochemical processes, and environmental protection procedures, combining many individual processes at very high levels of precision. These processes are vital to industry because so many manufacturers use them. In the first four chapters, Chemical Reaction and Reactor Design deals with the fundamentals of chemical engineering. Then it gives six case studies in reaction and reactor design in Chapter 5.

We hope this book will make it possible to develop reliable reactors without relying on expensive, time-consuming tests with pilot or bench plants.

Dr Hiroo Tominaga, professor emeritus at the University of Tokyo, supervised the editing of the book and wrote the first chapter. Dr Shintaro Furusaki, a professor at the University of Tokyo, along with other authorities in the field, wrote the sections on basic theory. The sections of Chapter 5 that deal with tubular steam reforming, hydrotreating, and polymerization, were prepared in cooperation with licensors of the applicable technologies, i.e., Haldor Tops0e A/S of Denmark, Chevron Research and Technology Company of the United States, and Asahi Denka Kogyo K.K. of Japan. The other sections of Chapter 5 were written and edited by Chiyoda Corporation engineers. We wish to thank the many companies that provided invaluable assistance for this book, and Maruzen Co., Ltd and John Wiley & Sons Ltd, without whose help and cooperation it could never have been published.

I hope and believe that this English version will help the technological development of reaction engineering and reactor design worldwide and serve as a springboard to bigger and better things for individual engineers.
March 1997, Masakazu Tamaki 

Preface:  This book presents a wealth of knowledge on reaction kinetics and its application to chemical reactor design and operation; and intended as a text for students in technical college and graduate school, and also for scientists and engineers engaged in chemical research and development.

In the second half of the twentieth century, the chemical industry has made remarkable progress based on the developments of petroleum chemistry and polymer science, representing the innovations in both chemical process and product, respectively. Recently, a deliberate shift in paradigm from process to product innovation seems to be emphasized in the chemical industry. Since no chemical product can be manufactured without a properly designed process to produce it, the significance of process innovation should also be noted. In this connection, reactor design and its operation, which both play a key role in the chemical process, may be considered the key to chemical technology.

Perfection of chemical reactor design may be realized based upon the relevant science and engineering. The scientific approach to understanding chemical reaction kinetics and mechanism, however, is now mostly concerned with a simple reaction in order to identify the basic principles in terms of molecular dynamics. On the other hand, chemical reaction engineering aims at computations of a complex system, involving a large number of variables not only of chemistry but also of mass and heat transfer, to select the reactor type, to determine its size and to optimize its operation. There remains much, however, to be supplemented by technical know-how obtained through experience in practice, some of which will be generalized, systematized and integrated as engineering science for reactor design in future.

This book is comprised of two parts; reviews of science and engineering as bases· for chemical reactor design; and several examples of specific reactor design practised in petroleum refining, petroleum chemistry, polymer industry or air pollution abatement. All of these are contributed by experts in the related academic discipline or industry. The editors take sole responsibility for any shortcomings in this volume, but hope it will stimulate new ideas in academia and technical advances in industry.

We are indebted to the Chiyoda Corporation, Maruzen Co. Ltd., and John Wiley & Sons Ltd for their continued support and encouragement in the publishing of this book.

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Book Details:
Edition: 1st
⏩Editors: Hiroo Tominaga, Masakazu Tamaki 
⏩Publisher: Wiley; 1 edition (December 29, 1998)
⏩Puplication Date: December 29, 1998
⏩Language: English
⏩Pages: 408
⏩Size: 20.1 MB
⏩Format: PDF

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