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Problem Solving in Chemical and Biochemical Engineering with POLYMATH, Excel, and MATLAB (2nd Edition) ebook

by Mordechai Shacham,Michael B. Cutlip


This book is intended for individuals who are interested in solving problems in chemical and biochemical .

This book is intended for individuals who are interested in solving problems in chemical and biochemical engineering and in related fields by using mathematical software packages on personal computers. It can serve as a textbook for students in conjunction with college- and university-level courses, and it can be a companion reference book for individual students. In Chapter 5, Problem Solving with MATLAB, MATLAB is used to solve the problems presented in Chapter 4. The capability of POLYMATH to automatically generate MATLAB m-files are presented and provided templates for MATLAB problem solutions are demonstrated and utilized.

Written for students and professionals, this book provides extensive problem-solving instruction in the fields of chemical and biochemical engineering. The book uses an equation-oriented approach that enables computer-based problem solving on personal computers. Problem solutions are clearly developed using fundamental principles to create mathematical models. Topics covered include basic principles and calculations, regression and correlation of data, as well as process dynamics and control. The book includes a chapter on problem solving in MATLAB. Get companion software.

It is intended for students in chemical and biochemical engineering. Chapter 4 Problem Solving with Excel 101. This product is part of the following series. Molar Volume And Compressibility From Redlich-Kwong Equation 101. Calculation Of The Flow Rate In A Pipeline 110.

Michael B. Cutlip, Mordechai Shacham

Michael B. Cutlip, Mordechai Shacham. Michael B. Cutlipis an emeritus professor in the Department of Chemical, Materials, and Biomolecular Engineering at the University of Connecticut. He is a coauthor of POLYMATH. It also places special emphasis on biochemical engineering with a major chapter on the subject and with the integration of biochemical problems throughout the book.

By Michael B. Cutlip, Mordechai Shacham Chapter 5 Problem Solving with MATLAB 153. Molar Volume and Compressibility from Redlich-Kwong Equation 153. Calculation of th. . Published Sep 12, 2007 by Prentice Hall. Part of the Prentice Hall International Series in the Physical and Chemical Engineering Sciences series. General Topics and Subject Areas, Organized by Chapter. Introduction to Problem Solving with Mathematical Software Packages. Chapter 5 Problem Solving with MATLAB 153. Calculation of the Flow Rate in a Pipeline 165.

item 3 Cutlip Michael . Shacham. He is a coauthor of POLYMATH

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Start by marking Problem Solving in Chemical and Biochemical . The book includes more than 170 problems requiring numerical solutions.

Start by marking Problem Solving in Chemical and Biochemical Engineering with POLYMATH, Excel, and MATLAB as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Cutlip - University of Connecticut. MATLAB templates that work with POLYMATH generated code for general problem solving. Mordechai Shacham - Ben Gurion University of the Negev. This site will provide the following: Files for the worked and partially work problems solutions in POLYMATH, Excel and MATLAB. A set of ten representative problems in Chemical Engineering with detailed writeups and problem code for execution by various mathematical software packages. Packages include Excel, Maple, Mathcad, MATLAB, Mathematica, and POLYMATH. Special additional educational resources.

Students and professional engineers will appreciate the ease with which problems can be entered into POLYMATH and then solved independently .

Students and professional engineers will appreciate the ease with which problems can be entered into POLYMATH and then solved independently in all three software packages, while taking full advantage of the unique capabilities within each package.

Problem Solving in Chemical and Biochemical Engineering with POLYMATH™, Excel, and MATLAB®, Second Edition , is a valuable resource and companion that integrates the use of numerical problem solving in the three most widely used software packages: POLYMATH, Microsoft Excel, and MATLAB. Recently developed POLYMATH capabilities allow the automatic creation of Excel spreadsheets and the generation of MATLAB code for problem solutions. Students and professional engineers will appreciate the ease with which problems can be entered into POLYMATH and then solved independently in all three software packages, while taking full advantage of the unique capabilities within each package. The book includes more than 170 problems requiring numerical solutions.

This greatly expanded and revised second edition includes new chapters on getting started with and using Excel and MATLAB. It also places special emphasis on biochemical engineering with a major chapter on the subject and with the integration of biochemical problems throughout the book.

General Topics and Subject Areas, Organized by Chapter Introduction to Problem Solving with Mathematical Software Packages Basic Principles and Calculations Regression and Correlation of Data Introduction to Problem Solving with Excel Introduction to Problem Solving with MATLAB Advanced Problem-Solving Techniques Thermodynamics Fluid Mechanics Heat Transfer Mass Transfer Chemical Reaction Engineering Phase Equilibrium and Distillation Process Dynamics and Control Biochemical Engineering Practical Aspects of Problem-Solving Capabilities Simultaneous Linear Equations Simultaneous Nonlinear Equations Linear, Multiple Linear, and Nonlinear Regressions with Statistical Analyses Partial Differential Equations (Using the Numerical Method of Lines) Curve Fitting by Polynomials with Statistical Analysis Simultaneous Ordinary Differential Equations (Including Problems Involving Stiff Systems, Differential-Algebraic Equations, and Parameter Estimation in Systems of Ordinary Differential Equations) The Book's Web Site (http://www.problemsolvingbook.com) Provides solved and partially solved problem files for all three software packages, plus additional materials Describes discounted purchase options for educational version of POLYMATH available to book purchasers Includes detailed, selected problem solutions in Maple™, Mathcad®, and Mathematica™
Buzalas
Professors Cutlip and Schacham, two of the most highly regarded and experienced in the field of chemical engineering computing, have authored this outstanding guide to solving a wide variety of problems in chemical engineering. This book describes succinctly the following classes of problems: (1) fluid properties and other basic calculations such as bubble and dew points, adiabatic flame temperatures, unsteady mixing, and heat exchange in a series of tanks, (2) linear and non-linear regression and correlation of data (a perennial headache), (3) problem solving with Excel and MATLAB, (4) advanced techniques for simultaneous nonlinear algebraic and differential equations (including boundary conditions), and partial differential equations, (5) equations of state for thermodynamic properties, activity coefficient models for nonideal liquid mixtures, and complex chemical equilibria, (6) fluid mechanics of laminar and turbulent flow in pipelines and networks, and other topics, (7) heat transfer by conduction, convection, and radiation, (8) mass transfer in beds and catalysts, simultaneous diffusion and reaction, and simultaneous heat and mass transfer, (9) reaction engineering (batch, plug flow, and CSTRs), (11) phase equilibria and distillation (batch and continuous), (12) process dynamics and control, including process model identification (1st and 2nd order SISO models), tuning methods including Ziegler-Nichols, and PI control, (13) selected topics in biochemical engineering.

As is readily seen, this is a quite comprehensive list of topics in the undergraduate curriculum. The great thing about this book is that it describes , with examples, the use an excellent software package called POLYMATH which was developed by the authors for solving all the problems listed above. A student version - with some limits on problem size, and a professional version - with far wider limits - at a higher but still very modest price, are available at a nominal cost over the web. I have used the professional version of POLYMATH in my own work for several years with excellent success. The algorithms in the software package are of superior quality and have shown excellent convergence characteristics for a wide variety of tests that I have conducted for many of the problem types described above. The syntax is extremely easy to learn, when compared to many other packages, and is implemented in a very straightforward manner. Plenty of example problems are included with the software, so learning to adapt the package to solve your problem should be quite straightforward.

It is worth noting that AIChE's famous list of ten problems was solved very readily using POLYMATH. This is described in the paper " A COLLECTION OF TEN NUMERICAL PROBLEMS IN CHEMICAL ENGINEERING SOLVED BY VARIOUS MATHEMATICAL SOFTWARE PACKAGES", easily accessed on the internet.

For chemical engineering undergraduate (and even graduate) students, I think this is a truly outstanding approach to learning how to formulate and solve a large proportion of standard problems encountered in the typical curriculum. I think that instructors would find this an invaluable teaching tool.

I am a chemical engineer with 51 years of experience and have been active in math modeling, simulation, and numerical methods throughout. In my opinion, this book and the associated POLYMATH software should occupy a prominent place on every chemical engineer's desk. If you want a straightforward and easy-to-learn (but powerful) software package, this is an excellent choice to get started. The book is a highly readable and practical way to understand the use of the software, and contains valuable information on how things work inside. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.
Cildorais
Rating would be higher if I could be able to run Polymath. You can consider the book useless if you are not willing to pay for this software. In my case, I paid for the software but not successful during installation, it returns an error. Unsuccessfully trying to contact customer support (only options are by email or regular mail). No answer yet. Should not sell the software if no support can be provided.
Vikus
I was pleased with the step-by-step guide in the book, very helpful when using these tools. Downside is my book came with quite a bit of damage, but the content is very good for those that wants to learn to model biochemical kinetics in Polymath or MATLAB.
Coirad
Great book for any engineer especially ChemEs. Walks you through every example equation by equation.
Hellstaff
was not quite the book i waned but useful
Der Bat
From the perspective of a ChE instructor, I found this textbook a very good source of homework and mid terms problems. If you are teaching a numerical method course or one where modeling and simulation is the focus, this is a textbook for your personal library. The problems range from linear, non-linear equations, ODE to PDE equations that can be solve using the "method of lines". You can find a nice range of topics, including bioreactors, heat transfer, fluid mechanics, chemical reactions, process control, etc. Partial solutions are given to most of them. From the book's Web Site you can download many solved problem files in MATLAB, EXCEL AND POLYMATH; unfortunately, students also can download them. The Appendix includes a nice classification of all the problems, according to their application area (thermodynamics, fluid mechanics, mass transfer, etc.).

If you are hoping to learn programming, in particular MATLAB, this is not the textbook. MATLAB is used in almost all the chapters; unfortunately, the "method of lines" solutions are in POLYMATH.

Last, but not least; the price of the textbook is just perfect ($47) considering all the time you can save with this source of solved problems.
Problem Solving in Chemical and Biochemical Engineering with POLYMATH, Excel, and MATLAB (2nd Edition) ebook
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Mordechai Shacham,Michael B. Cutlip
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