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Ground Improvement Techniques

By Nihar Ranjan Patra
MRP: Rs 275.00
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Concrete Technology : Theory and Practice

By M.S.Shetty
Concrete Technology: Theory and Practice was first published in 1982, when it was mentioned in the book that India was producing 22 million tons of cement. In 2004, this amount became 120 million tons, and today, India is second only to China in the production of cement. These statistics are emphasised, as well as the need to understand concrete and its workings, in Concrete Technology: Theory and Practice. The seventh edition has taken into account the changes that have been occurring in the constantly dynamic and still rather nascent industry of concrete. Chemical admixtures have become common practice, from contractors in urban areas to rural villages. Different admixtures that go into the making of high-performance concrete, like PC admixtures as well as mineral admixtures are covered extensively in Concrete Technology: Theory and Practice. With the increase in infrastructural projects in India involving bridges, roads and flyovers, it has become necessary to adopt mass concreting practices. These techniques are covered elaborately in this book. Ready-mixed concrete, and its transport, pumping and placement have also been discussed at length. Recently, the code of practice for plain and reinforced concrete introduced IS 456:2000, a revision which rendered the previous guidelines in concrete mix design outdated. This revision has also been taken into account in Concrete Technology: Theory and Practice, along with the most recent durability tests such as Water Penetration Tests and Rapid Chloride Permeability Tests, according to the ASTM and DIN standards. Other topics such as creep and shrinkage in concrete, the use of water, SCC or Self Compacting Concrete, fresh concrete and the strength of concrete are discussed in this book.
MRP: Rs 695.00
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Perry's Chemical Engineers' Handbook

By R.H. Perry,D.W. Green
This is the new edition of chemical and process engineers' favorite reference. Previous editions of this authoritative, comprehensive handbook have sold more than 887,000 copies. This Seventh Edition contains 50% new or revised material, including new information on condensers, reboilers, evaporators, and vessels; multicomponent and enhance distillation including azeotropic, extractive, and reactive methods; gas absorption processes with data on plate performance, plate design, and packed towers, super-critical fluid and membrane separation processes; biochemical separation processes; materials of construction; and materials for process applications. The Handbook is once again the standard in the field--with all the facts, figures, methods, and data engineers rely on and need.
MRP: Rs 13796.50
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Chemical Process Design & Integration

By Robin Smith
This book deals with the design and integration of chemical processes, emphasizing the conceptual issues that are fundamental to the creation of the process. Chemical process design requires the selection of a series of processing steps and their integration to form a complete manufacturing system. The text emphasizes both the design and selection of the steps as individual operations and their integration. Also, the process will normally operate as part of an integrated manufacturing site consisting of a number of processes serviced by a common utility system. The design of utility systems has been dealt with in the text so that the interactions between processes and the utility system and interactions between different processes through the utility system can be exploited to maximize the performance of the site as a whole. Chemical processing should form part of a sustaible industrial activity. For chemical processing, this means that processes should use raw materials as efficiently as is economic and practicable, both to prevent the production of waste that can be environmentally harmful and to preserve the reserves of raw materials as much as possible. Processes should use as little energy as economic and practicable, both to prevent the build-up of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere from burning fossil fuels and to preserve reserves of fossil fuels. Water must also be consumed in sustaible quantities that do not cause deterioration in the quality of the water source and the long-term quantity of the reserves. Aqueous and atmospheric emissions must not be environmentally harmful, and solid waste to landfill must be avoided. Filly, all aspects of chemical processing must feature good health and safety practice.
MRP: Rs 4971.52
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Chemical Process Equipment, Vol. 1: Design...

By Maidargi Suresh C.
This text introduces the student to the practices and standards of making drawings for equipment used in chemical industries. It uses the symbolic representations of the equipment as used in the industry and provides the detailed drawings of some commonly used equipment. It includes numerous orthographic and assembled views of equipment, and provides several photographs to relate these drawings to equipment used in industries. Finally, the book includes several assignments to reinforce the concepts discussed in the text. The text is intended for the undergraduate students of chemical engineering and its related branches such as polymer engineering, petroleum engineering, and pipeline engineering.
MRP: Rs 175.00
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Shreves Chemical Process Industries

By George T. Austin
Shreve's Chemical Process Industries is a comprehensive book on applied and industrial chemistry. The book comprises of chapters on water conditioning and environment protection, ceramic industries, surface-coating industries, fermentation industries, agrochemical industries, etc. In addition, the book provides valuable information on most of the major chemical processes, and their technical and economic relationships. This book is essential for students pursuing chemical engineering.
MRP: Rs 675.00
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Chemical process Industries

By Austin G. T.
Covers the major chemical processes and their technical and economic relationships. Intended for professiols and students, this work offers guidance in the designing and operating of processing units.
MRP: Rs 675.00
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By Stephen P. Robbins, Mary Coulter, Neharika Vohra
Organizations are becoming increasingly dynamic, and mangers are confronted with situations and challenges that were never faced before. Managers also have to delicately balance the aspirations of employees with the expectations of the organizations. Stephen P. Robbins' Management provides the best possible understanding of what it means to be a manager entrusted with the task of managing this dynamism. This book introduces the readers to real managers, and elaborates on the problems they have faced in organizations and how they have resolved them. Salient Features Real-World Focus: Management theories and concepts come to life via a real-world focus and application-heavy approach. A Manager’s Dilemma: Every chapter opens with a Manager’s Dilemma. Students are asked to put themselves into the shoes of that manager and think about what they would do in that situation. Meet the Managers: Chapter openers introduce the managers being featured throughout the text as they discuss their management styles and philosophies. Your Turn to Be a Manager: This feature provides several activities that give students the chance to experience the challenges of management. Activities range from creating a code of ethics to designing an employee attitude survey. Streamlined Chapter Material: The edition is written more succinctly to support the tight one-semester timeframe in which this course is taught, but preserves the quality that made the book a bestseller.
MRP: Rs 750.00
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