It combines authoritative coverage of the principles of chemical reaction engineering with an unsurpassed focus on critical thinking and creative problem solving, employing open-ended questions and stressing the Socratic method. Clear and superbly organized, it integrates text, visuals, and computer simulations to help readers solve even the most challenging problems through reasoning, rather than by memorizing equations. Thorough coverage of the fundamentals of chemical reaction engineering forms the backbone of this trusted text. To enhance the transfer of core skills to real-life settings, three styles of problems are included for each subject Straightforward problems that reinforce the material Problems that allow students to explore the issues and look for optimum solutions Open-ended problems that encourage students to practice creative problem-solving skills H. Scott Fogler has updated his classic text to provide even more coverage of bioreactions, industrial chemistry with real reactors and reactions, and an even broader range of applications, along with the newest digital techniques, such as FEMLAB.
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Solution Manual, Chapter 1 Chapter 1 General: The goal of these problems are to reinforce the definitions and provide an understanding of the mole balances of the different types of reactors.
It lays the foundation for step 1 of the algorithm in Chapter 4. This problem might encourage students to get in the habit of writing down what they learned from each chapter. Small open-ended question from which one could choose one or two parts.
Parts a , b or e are recommended. It is straight forward and gives the student an idea of things to come in terms of sizing reactors in chapter 4. SeePl-3 above.
This problem can be assigned to just be read and not necessarily to be worked. It will give students a flavor of the top selling chemicals and top chemical companies. This problem will be useful when the table is completed and the students can refer back to it in later chapters.
See Pl Many students like this straight forward problem becausethey see how CRE principles can be applied to an everyday example. It is often assigned as an in classproblem and part g is usually omitted. Problems Pl-ll and PI show a bit of things to come in terms of reactor sizing. Can be rotated from year to year with PI-3 and PI Asks for details of operation of an industrial reactor. Encouragesand requires the student to go outside the text for information related to CRE. May be a bit early in the text to assign this problem.
Encouragesand requires using other sources to obtain information. Encourages using other sources to obtain information. I strongly recommend this problem be assigned. AI Pl As the WWW becomes more developed, it may be more and more prl im portant to assign this Problem.
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Solution Manual, Chapter 1 Chapter 1 General: The goal of these problems are to reinforce the definitions and provide an understanding of the mole balances of the different types of reactors. It lays the foundation for step 1 of the algorithm in Chapter 4. This problem might encourage students to get in the habit of writing down what they learned from each chapter. Small open-ended question from which one could choose one or two parts.
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