Process Gas Chromatographs: Fundamentals, Design and Implementation

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  • Published: 09 July 2020
  • ISBN: 978-1-119-63304-4
  • Author: Tony Waters
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A guide to the fundamentals of applied gas chromatography and the process gas chromatograph, with practical procedures for design and troubleshooting

This comprehensive resource provides the theory that underpins a full understanding of the fundamental techniques of gas chromatography and the process analyzer. Without relying on complex mathematics, the book addresses hands-on applications of gas chromatographs within process industries. The author – a noted expert on the topic – details both the scientific information needed to grasp the material presented and the practical applications for professionals working in the field.

Process Gas Chromatographs: Fundamentals, Design and Implementation comprises 15 chapters, a glossary of terms and a series of self-assessment questions and quizzes. This important resource:

  • Describes practical procedures for design and troubleshooting
  • Contains concise chapters that provide a structured course for advanced students in process engineering
  • Reviews the fundamentals of applied gas chromatography
  • Details the operation and maintenance of process gas chromatographs
  • Offers a summary, and self-assessment questions, for every chapter
  • Is written by an international expert in the field with extensive industry knowledge and teaching experience in courses on process sampling systems and gas chromatography

Written for process analyzer engineers and technicians, application engineers, and industrial environmental engineers, Process Gas Chromatographs: Fundamentals, Design and Implementation offers an essential guide to the basics of gas chromatography and reviews the applications of process gas chromatographs in industry today.

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