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The Lieberman's also do a fine job of making the book interesting to read through the use of non-process plant related anecdotes. These anecdotes help the reader understand the principals presented by drawing upon experiences and situations common to everyday life.
I highly recommend this book to engineers of all experience levels who work in the petroleum refining and chemical process industries.
I strongly recommend this fantastic practical book for all levels.
His sense of humor is on par with mine, as well as many of my fellow chemical engineers... so if you've spent any time working or dealing with engineers at all, his way of thinking and sense of humor will be well received.
Anyways, his examples are pretty much all personal experience, and he does a good job of giving you the "basic" math governing many processes. His intent is not to give design equations, and he is VERY careful to make sure the reader is aware that they are NOT to be used to design equipment.
He speaks, in my opinion, from a contractors point of view and is at times very critical of operating companies, management, other engineers, and SOME operators (he also rightfully gives MUCH praise to experienced veteran operators), so, if you work for an operating company, you might be a TAD offended, but, you'll live.
Buy the book, well worth it.
I recommend having this as a resource to refer back to for specific processes.
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This book is very easy to read. Has good examples of process equipment and systems. All in all a very informative readPublished on July 22, 2013 by steve patrelakis
This is the classic text for budding chemical engineers.
Great Service.I received the book within 1 week in Saudi Arabia.
I am working with process optimization and most of my work is in front of a computer, dealing with mathematical model and process simulation. Read morePublished on November 2, 2010 by simul_nerd
I would not waste your money on this book. It is very overpriced for the type of content. This is basically a dumbed-down repetition of information that is already in most... Read morePublished on July 14, 2010 by Oil-man 4961
There is a good reason this book has been updated into a third edition. It is a great book; well written, easy to read, and a logical flow. Read morePublished on April 30, 2009 by R. Murry