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The older approach arises out of the unit operations concept

Leonard A. Wenrel, Curtis W. Clump, Louis h4am and L. Bfyce AnderseR John Wiley 8 Sons, New York. The older approach arises out of the unit operations concept. Pioneered by Walker, Lewis, e t al(1) and Badger and McCabe (2), it attempts to treat each physical operation as a distinct entity and to view chemical plants as combinations of individual equipment items devoted to these operations along with the equipment items devoted t o chemical processing.

Alan S. Foust Leonard A. Wenzel Curtis W. Clump Louis Maus. Department of Chemical Engineering Lehigh University Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. In this book two major groups are considered: the stage operations and the rate operations. The stage operations are considered by using a generalized model which is applied to all of the mass-transfer operations. The rate operations are introduced witha thorough coverage of the principles of molecular and turbulent transport.

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Helpful and delightful book
Nalmetus
This textbook was the first to use the concept of transport phenomena (momentum, heat, and mass transfer) in the senior-year course of "Principles of Chemical Engineering". It was published in late 1959, beating "BSL" (Bird, Stewart and Lightfoot, "Transport Phenomena") which came out in 1960. Most universities at the time were using G.G. Brown et. al.'s "Unit Operations" which was written by professors at the University of Michigan. Alan Foust, the senior author of the present book was one of the authors of the G.G. Brown book. The first textbook in this area of Chemical Engineering was Walker, Lewis and McAdams' "Principles of Chemical Engineering" at MIT in 1923, followed by Badger and McCabe's "Elements of Chemical Engineering in 1931. Of all the above mentioned textbooks, Foust's book is the most underrated. It is a classic in my opinion.
There was a second edition of Foust's book in 1980. Other textbooks that covered both transport phenomena and unit operations are: Geankoplis, "Transport Processes and Unit Operations" 1983, 1993; and Griskey, "Transport Phenomena and Unit Operations" 1980, 2002.
The Sphinx of Driz
Very good book for chemical engineers to learn key concepts about unit operations
Funky
I was there at the creation! I was a student of Foust et al at the time this book was conceived and written. My class (class of '58) in Chemical Engineering at Lehigh University was the first to use this text on mimeographed sheets, issued just one step ahead of the teaching process. My class and the next following ('59) essentially proofed this text written by five dedicated professors of the department----they were the department save for a few graduate students that helped in the lab. These professors were not arm chair teachers but also did outside consulting for industry during the school year and in the summer worked full time in industry and the quality and usefulness of the text reflects this experience.

This was one of the first text to classify the unit operations by the underlying process----heat transfer, mass transfer, momentum transfer, etc.

Professor Foust was also one of the authors of an earlier text by the same title by Brown and led the group in the publication of the several editions.

I refer to this text regularly and it is one of my dogeared technical library references kept right next to Perry's.
Drelahuginn
This is the book I turn to whenever I wonder what a particular unit operation is really like "inside". It contains numerous cutaway diagrams and excellent explanations of how unit operations function. I have the 2nd edition.
This is especially useful for people who are constructing process models on a unit-operation level, such as myself. So many books today present information in a mathematically intense manner to provide many details on "what" that they forget to explain "how" or "why". This book fills that necessary niche.
A definite must-have for all Chemical Process Engineers involved in process modelling or design. I look forward to an updated version of this when it is made, and hope that whoever makes it keeps the same idea foremost in their mind : explaining how units operations are physically constructed and why this is the case.
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