Item description for Transport Phenomena in Micro Process Engineering (Heat and Mass Transfer) by Norbert Kockmann...
In this book, the fundamentals of chemical engineering are presented aiming to applications in micro system technology, microfluidics, and transport processes within microstructures. After a general overview on both disciplines and common areas, recent projects are shortly presented. The combination of different disciplines gives new opportunities in microfluidic devices and process intensification, respectively. Special features of the book are the state of the art in micro process engineering, a detailed treatment of transport phenomena for engineers, a design methodology from transport effects to economic considerations, a detailed treatment of chemical reaction in continuous flow microstructured reactors, an engineering methodology to treat complex processes.The book addresses researchers and graduate students in the field of chemical engineering, Microsystems engineering, and chemistry.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 1" Width: 6.25" Height: 9.25" Weight: 1.75 lbs.
Release Date Oct 30, 2007
ISBN 3540746161 ISBN13 9783540746164
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More About Norbert Kockmann
Dr.-Ing. Norbert Kockmann is researcher and group leader for micro process engineering at the Laboratory for Design of Microsystems at the Institute of Microtechnology (IMTEK) at Freiburg University, Germany. After finishing his diploma study of aerospace engineering at the Technical University of Munich in 1991, he joined the Chair of Technical Thermodynamics, Heat and Mass Transfer at Bremen University. Finishing his Ph.D. work, he worked thereafter as a project manager at Messer Griesheim GmbH for air separation units and a syngas plant. His current research interests include the design, fabrication, and experimental characterization of micro process engineering components as well as the fundamental processes in microsystems.
Norbert Kockmann has an academic affiliation as follows - University of Freiburg, Germany Technical University Dortmund, Germany.