Editorial Reviews. Review. ” an extensive compilation of problems, solutions, and lessons Distillation Troubleshooting – Kindle edition by Henry Z. Kister. THIS is the third book on distillation by the renowned Henry Kister. It is a highly impressive piece of work, but readers may be slightly disappointed considering. THE FIRST BOOK OF ITS KIND ON DISTILLATION TECHNOLOGYThe last half- century of research on distillation has tremendouslyimproved.
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Request permission to reuse content from this site. Number 4 on the Top 10 Malfunctions. It is a highly impressive piece of work. Distillation Troubleshooting Trouhleshooting Z.
Added to Your Shopping Cart. High-speed computers have taken over the design, control, and operation of towers. Invention and innovation in tower internals have greatly enhanced tower capacity and efficiency.
With all these advances, one would expect the failure rate in distillation towers to be on the decline. In fact, the opposite is the case: Distillation Troubleshooting collects invaluable hands-on experiences acquired in dealing with distillation and absorption malfunctions, making them readily accessible for those engaged in solving today’s problems and avoiding tomorrow’s.
The first book of its kind on the distillation industry, the practical lessons it offers are a must for those seeking the elusive path to trouble-free distillation. Distillation Troubleshooting covers over 1, case histories of problems, diagnoses, solutions, and key lessons.
Distillation Troubleshooting Reactive Distillation: About the Author Henry Z.
Kister is a Senior Fellow and director of fractionation technology at Fluor Corporation. He has 30 years of experience in troubleshooting, revamping, field consulting, design, control, and startup of fractionation processes and equipment. He is the author of the textbooks Distillation Design and Distillation Operation, as well as 80 published technical articles, and has taught the IChemE-sponsored “Practical Distillation Technology” Course more than times.
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Distillation Operation – Henry Z. Kister – Google Books
Where Fractionation Goes Wrong. Energy Savings and Thermal Effects. Feed Entry Pitfalls in Tray Towers. Number 6 on the Top 10 Malfunctions. Vapor Maldistr5ibution in Trays troubleshoooting Packings.
Tower Base Level and Reboiler Return: Number 2 on the top 10 Malfunctions. Part of Number eistillation on the Top 10 Malfunctions. Number 5 on the Top 10 Malfunctions. Part of Number 3 on the Top 10 Malfunctions. Explosions, Fires, and Chemical Releases: Number 10 on the Top 10 Malfunctions. Undesired Reactions in Towers.
The Tower as a Filter: Causes of Plugging-Number 1 on the Top 10 Malfunctions. Location of Plugging-Number 1 on the Top 10 Malfunctions. Number 1 on the Top Malfunctions. Tray, Packing, and Tower Damage: Reboilers That Did Not Work: Number 9 on the Top 10 Malfunctions.
Condensers That Did Not Work. Number 8 on the Top 10 Malfunctions.
Control System Assembly Difficulties.