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Chemical Engineering: Find Printed Books & References


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A guide for resources on Chemical Engineering

Subjects: Chemical Engineering

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How do we find Chemical books in our Library catalogue?

  1.  Write in the search Catalogue box located above the word: chemistry
  2. Choose the book from the result list
  3. Under “Status” you will see whether the book is available or on loan
  4. Under "Location" you will know its place
  5. Use the “Call number” to get the book from the shelves

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If you have a recommendation for a book to purchase for electrical engineering, click below to submit your suggestions

To find your recommended readings, go to your course home page on the e-learning & click on the Module Specifications-pdf file to find your reading list in the last page and then find the location of the books by searching the Library catalogue.

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What are the Possible Call Numbers for Chemical Engineering Books according to DDC?

Guide to call numbers in Pure Chemistry & related subjects

Guide to call numbers in Chemical engineering & related subjects

  • 333.79 Energy

  • 510 Mathematics

  • 519 Probabilities & applied mathematics

  • 530.475 Mass transfer

  • 531 Classical mechanics

  • 532 Fluid mechanics

  • 530 Physics

  • 536.2 Heat transfer

  • 536.7 Thermodynamics

  • 540 Chemistry & allied sciences

  • 541 Physical chemistry

  • 541.36 Thermochemistry and thermodynamics

  • 541.37 Electrochemistry

  • 541.38 Radiochemistry(including nuclear chemistry)

  • 541.39 Chemical reactions

  • 542 Techniques, procedures, equipment & materials

  • 543 Analytical chemistry

  • 546 Inorganic chemistry

  • 547 Organic chemistry

  • 548 Crystallography

  • 549 Mineralogy

  • 572 Biochemistry
  • 604.2 Technical drawing

  • 620 Engineering & related operations

  • 620.0042 Engineering design

  • 620.0044 Design, testing, measurement & quality

  • 620.103 -107 Engineering mechanics (applied mechanics)

  • 620.11 Engineering materials

  • 620.112 Strength of materials

  • 620.118 Composite materials

  • 620.192 Polymers

  • 621 Mechanical Engineering

  • 621.042 Energy engineering

  • 621.4 Heat engineering including internal-combustion engines& electric motors)

  • 621.45 Wind engines

  • 621.47 Solar energy engineering

  • 622.338 Petroleum extractions

  • 628.1 Water supply

  • 660 Chemical engineering

  • 660.281 Process design, assembly, control

  • 660.284 Unit operations and unit processes

  • 660.6 Biotechnology

  • 660.7 Industrial stoichiometry

  • 661 Technology of industrial chemicals

  • 662 Technology of explosives, fuels, related products

  • 663 Beverage technology

  • 664 food technology

  • 665 Technology of industrial oils, fats, waxes, gases

  • 666 Ceramic & allied technologies

  • 667 Cleaning, color, coating & related technologies

  • 668.1 Surafce-active agents

  • 668.3 Adhesives & related products

  • 668.4 Plastics

  • 668.9 Polymers & polymerization

  • 808.0666 Technical writing

 

Recently Arrived

Chemical reaction engineering / Octave Levenspiel
Pub. Date: 2008 - Call Number: 660.2832 LEV

Modern quantum chemistry : introduction to advanced electronic structure theory / Attila Szabo, Neil S. Ostlund
Pub. Date: 1989 - Call Number: 541.28  SZA

Chemical hardness / Ralph G. Pearson
Pub. Date: 1997 - Call Number: 546.24 PEA

The chemistry of the atmosphere : its impact on global change : perspectives and recommendations / edited by John W. Birks, Jack G. Calvert, Robert E. Sievers
Pub. Date: 1991 - Call Number: 551.511 CHE

Encyclopedia of chemical engineering / S. Bansaude
Pub. Date: 2007 - Call Number: 660.03 BAN

How to Read Call Numbers?

A call number is the address of a book on the shelf; it is a combination of numbers and letters. In the BUE Library we use the Dewey Decimal Classification (DDC) as part of the call number besides the first three letters of the author’s last name (or the first three letter of the title in case there are more than 3 authors).