Chemical Process Equipment - Selection and Design by Stanley M. Walas

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In every plant, the conditions of the utilities are maintained at only a few specific levels, for instance, steam at certain pressures, cooling water over certain temperature ranges, and electricity at certain voltages. At some stages of some design work, the specifications of the utilities may not have been established. 9. 12. LABORATORY AND PILOT PLANT WORK The need for knowledge of basic physical properties as a factor in equipment selection or design requires no stressing. 8. ltJ? PlaruCapactty.

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