Friday, November 17, 2006: 3:15 PM-5:45 PM
Continental 5 (Hilton San Francisco)
#697 - Process Intensification for Sustainability (TE016)
Process intensification (PI) has been increasing important as a key technology for the chemical industries of the 21st century. PI leads not only to high efficiency of a process and energy conservation but also to global sustainability. This session highlights PI technologies for global sustainability.
Chair:Anna Lee Tonkovich
Cochairs:Yushi Hirata
Naoto Ohmura
3:15 PMNumerical Computations on Heat Transfer Characteristics in a Cavity Swepted by Hydrate Slurry Transported with Visco-Elastic Fluid
Hiroshi Suzuki, Sayaka Yamada, Ryoichi Nakamura, Yoshiyuki Komoda, Hiromoto Usui
3:45 PMProcess Intensification for Synthesis of Monodisperse Carbon Gel Beads for Wastewater Treatment
Takuji Yamamoto, Akira Endo, Apiluck Eiad-ua, Sho Kataoka, Takao Ohmori, Masaru Nakaiwa
4:15 PMHigh Temperature Latent Heat Transportation by Use of Hydrate Slurry Treated with Surfactants
Hiroshi Suzuki, Satoshi Tanaka, Hiromoto Usui, Masahide Kazari
4:45 PMEconomic Recovery of Greenhouse Gases Enabled by Process Intensification
Anna Lee Tonkovich, Steve Perry, Ravi Arora, Laura Silva, Jeff McDaniel
5:15 PMCost Analyses of Chemical Micro Processing for Highly Intensified and High-Value Raw Material Processes - Real Business and Virtual Cases
Volker Hessel, Ulrich Krtschil, Patrick Lb, Holger Lwe, Dana Kralisch, Guenter Kreisel, Michael Kpper, Rainer Schenk

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