DICTIONARY OF PROCESS TECHNOLOGYAuthor: K. Hartmann E.-O. Reher R. Walde
Publish date: December 1989
This dictionary has been compiled by chemical engineers and translators from universities and academies who are actively involved in chemical engineering research and education as well as in foreign-language training. Process technology is an important branch of the technical sciences and technology and deals with the research design, projection, erection and operation (control) of processes and plants of the chemical industry and other related industries including the fuel, building, glass, ceramic, metallurgy, food and paper industries. The entries in this dictionary cover the following fields: Fundamentals, methods and principles of chemical engineering (balances, modeling, scaling-up, physio-chemical properties, optimization); Processes and apparatus including: separation processes; reaction engineering; process technology; chemical process systems and energy systems; apparatus and plants; ecology and plant protection/safety.