See this example properly formatted in the QUT Cite tool.
Standard in-text citation examples are in Getting started - In-text citation.
Author. Year. "Title of chapter." In Title of book, edited by Editor, Pages. Publication place: Publisher. http://www.xxxxxxx.
Khan, Zaid. 2010. "Simulation as vocational training." In Handbook of research on discrete event simulation environments: Technologies and applications, edited by Evon M. O. Abu-Taieh and Asim A. El-Sheikh, 339-344. Hershey: Information Science Reference. https://doi.org/10.4018/978-1-60566-774-4/c-5.
Author. Year. "Title of chapter." In Title of book, edited by Editor, Pages. Publication place: Publisher. Platform.
Taylor, Mark. 2006. "Architecture and interior: A room of one's own." In Intimus: Interior design theory reader, edited by Mark Taylor and Julieanna Preston, 339-344. New York: Wiley Academy. ProQuest.
If a URL with DOI is available from the source or its location, use that in preference to either an ordinary URL or a format or platform.
Examples of a platform, commercial format or database might include a commercial format such as Kindle, or a Library subscription database platform such as ProQuest.
Second edition or later? Add edition information after title as shown in the Print example.
Editor names are formatted with initial or personal name first, then surname.
In the last example, the chapter author is also one of the editors, so the name is repeated in both roles.