Chemicals from Biomass: Integrating Bioprocesses into Chemical Production Complexes for Sustainable Development helps engineers optimize the development of new chemical and polymer plants that use renewable resources to replace the output of goods and services from existing plants. It also discusses the conversion of those existing plants into facilities that are based on renewable resources that may require nonrenewable resource supplements.
A text for students and scientists new to DNA array data analysis, written for biologists without special training in data analysis and statistics.
Knudsen (Technical U. of Denmark) covers the spectrum of established analysis approaches, including cluster analysis, function prediction, and principal component analysis. He also reviews software programs and discusses criteria for selecting programs.
A Biologist's Guide to Analysis of DNA Microarray Data meets the needs of research professionals, students, and trainees alike for a compact yet thorough guide to analyzing microarray data.
This popular applications-oriented approach to engineering technology fluid mechanics covers all of the basic principles of fluid mechanics both statics and dynamics in a clear, practical presentation that ties theory directly to real devices and systems used in chemical process industries, manufacturing, plant engineering, waste water handling and product design.
"The Big Picture" sections focus on real products or systems where the principles of fluid mechanics are used, discuss the kind of fluid used, what the fluid is used for, how it behaves, what conditions exist in the system that affect its behavior, and the relationships between those systems. Features a "programmed approach" to completely worked, complex, real-world example problems; spreadsheets; a unique presentation of the Moody diagram; highlighted major formulae and definitions; and an extensive set of appendix tables...