## Table of contents for Chemical engineering dynamics : an introduction to modelling and computer simulation / John Ingham ... [et al.].

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Preface.

Nomenclature.

1. Basic Concepts.

1.1 Modelling Fundamentals.

1.2 Formulation of Dynamic Models.

1.3 Chemical Kinetics.

2. Process Dynamics Fundamentals.

2.1 Signal and Process Dynamics.

2.2Time Constants.

2.3 Fundamentals of Automatic Control.

2.4 Numerical Aspects of Dynamic Behaviour.

3. Modelling of Stagewise Processes.

3.1 Introduction.

3.2 Stirred-Tank Reactors.

3.3 Stagewise Mass Transfer.

4. Differential Flow and Reaction Applications.

4.1 Introduction.

4.2 Diffusion and Heat Conduction.

4.3 Tubular Chemical Reactors.

4.4 Differential Mass Transfer.

4.5 Heat Transfer Applications.

4.6 Difference Formulae for Partial Differential Equations.

4.7 References Cited in Chapters 1 to 4.

4.8 Additional Books Recommended.

5. Simulation Tools and Examples of Chemical Engineering Processes.

5.1 Simulation Tools.

5.2 Batch Reactor Examples.

5.3 Continuous Tank Reactor Examples.

5.4 Tubular Reactor Examples.

5.5 Semi-Continuous Reactor Examples.

5.6 Mixing-Model Examples.

5.7 Tank Flow Examples.

5.8 Process Control Examples.

5.9 Mass Transfer Process Examples.

5.10 Distillation Process Examples.

5.11 Heat Transfer Examples.

5.12 Diffusion Process Examples.

5.13 Biological Reaction Examples.

5.14 Environmental Examples.

Appendix.

1. A Short Guide to MADONNA.

2. Screenshot Guide to BERKELEY-MADONNA.

3. List of Simulation Examples.

Subject Index.

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:

Chemical engineering -- Mathematical models.

Chemical engineering -- Computer simulation.