The modelling of dynamic chemical engineering processes is presented in a highly untreatable way using the unique combination of simplified fundamental theory and direct hands-on computer simulation. The mathematics is kept t a minimum, and yet the nearly 100 examples supplied on a CD-ROM illustrate almost every aspect of chemical engineering science. Each example is described in detail, including the model equations. They are written in the modern user-friendly simulation language Berkeley-Madonna, which can be run on both Windows and Macintosh computers. The extensive experience the authors, in research, university teaching, and international courses, is reflected in this well-balanced presentation, which is suitable for the teacher, the student, the chemist or the engineer. This book provides a greater understanding of the formulation and use of mass and energy balances for chemical engineering, in a most stimulating manner. This book is a third edition, which also includes biological and environmental examples.Ingham, John is the author of 'Chemical Engineering Dynamics An Introduction to Modelling and Computer Simulation', published 2007 under ISBN 9783527316786 and ISBN 3527316787.