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Chemical engineer's condensed encyclopedia of process equipment.
TP 157 C437 2000 Reference
Concise information on major types of machinery, equipment and technology employed in unit operations throughout the chemical process industries.
Encyclopedia of chemical processing.
TP 9 E648 2006 Reference
Articles on processing technologies and materials are arranged alphabetically, with an index in vol.5.
Encyclopedia of chemical processing and design.
TP 9 E66 Reference, 69 vols., 1976-2002
Lengthy articles on chemical processes, economics, products, equipment, and applications. Brief index in final volume. Dated but still useful for processes that have not changed much.
Encyclopedia of polymer science and technology. 4th ed.
TP 1110 E53 2014 Reference
Covers all aspects of polymer sciences (physics, chemistry, biology) and engineering. Articles contain equations, graphic and tabular data, and extensive bibliographical information
Encyclopedic dictionary of named processes in chemical technology. 3rd ed.
TP 155.7 C664 2007 Reference
Concise descriptions of processes in chemical technology that are known by special names, such as inventors, companies, acronyms, and other non-intuitive terms. Many entries include literature references to point to further information.
Kirk Othmer encyclopedia of chemical technology. 5th ed.
Guide to methods and calculations in chemical engineering applications.
Chemical process and design handbook. (McGraw-Hill, 2002)
TP 155.7 S63 2002 Reference
Part 1 lists important chemical reactions and processes and related equipment. Part 2 presents brief summaries of the reactions and processes used to manufacture individual chemicals, with flow charts.
Handbook of chemical engineering calculations. 4th ed. (McGraw-Hill, 2012)
TP 155.2 M36 H36 2012 Reference
Techniques for solving everyday chemical engineering problems.
Handbook of industrial chemistry and biotechnology. 12th ed. (Springer, 2012)
TP 145 R54 2012 Reference
Chapters describing the chemistry and engineering principles underlying the chemical process industry.
Perry's chemical engineers handbook. 8th ed. (McGraw-Hill, 2008)
Online access to the Chemical Abstracts family of databases, including Chemical Abstracts (1907- ), Registry, CASREACT, and CHEMCATS, a chemical suppliers database. CA covers the technical literature of chemical and process technologies and related areas more comprehensively than any other tool, and is by far the most complete indexing source for chemical patents.
The primary general index for all engineering fields, it covers chemical engineering, though not as comprehensively as Chemical Abstracts. It's a good place to search for related topics such as equipment and machinery design, plant operations, and other applications.