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Chemical Reaction Engineering and Reactor Technology Hardcover – Aug 30 2010


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Tapio Salmi is a professor of chemical reaction engineering at Abo Akademi in Abo-Turku, Finland.
Jyri-Pekka Mikkola is a professor of industrial chemistry at Umea University in Sweden and Abo Akademi in Abo-Turku, Finland.
Johan P. Warnais a professor of chemical reaction engineering at Abo Akademi in Abo-Turku, Finland.

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Excelente book with an easy and clear language Jan. 8 2014
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This book is concerned to chemical engineering and the reactors modeling, the approach comes with a easy and clear language. All the aspects of modern chemical reactors engineering are exposed in a step wise way that the reader is involved with the problems. The book brings exercises at the end, besides it is focused on the programming and computational approaches. The mathematics is clearly exposed and the authors presents some tools to solve problems. Highly recommend for graduating courses and for formed engineers.


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