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Chemical process engineering FAQ Index

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Chemical engineering

FAQ Title Author Date Rating/#
Informative articles freely available online   faq798-1547 mbeychok 4 Jun 09 3.8 / 4
 

Choked mass flow rate of gases

FAQ Title Author Date Rating/#
Mass flow rate of a gas through an orifice during choked conditions  faq798-1196 mbeychok 16 Jul 08 7.6 / 19
 

Cooling towers

FAQ Title Author Date Rating/#
How to calculate cycles, blowdown, evaporation, makeup  faq798-1152 mbeychok 22 Nov 06 7.5 / 30
 

Vapor-liquid separator drum

FAQ Title Author Date Rating/#
Design of a vapor-liquid separator drum (or knockout pot, or flash drum, or compressor suction drum)  faq798-1153 mbeychok 16 Jul 08 7.6 / 38
 

Chemical engineering

Title :
Author :
Date :
4 Jun 09
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3.8 / 4

 

Choked mass flow rate of gases

Title :
Author :
Date :
16 Jul 08
Rating/# :
7.6 / 19

 

Cooling towers

Title :
Author :
Date :
22 Nov 06
Rating/# :
7.5 / 30

 

Vapor-liquid separator drum


 

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