Wednesday, November 19, 2008: 8:30 AM-11:00 AM
Salon K (Marriott Philadelphia Downtown)

Adsorption and Ion Exchange (02e)

#444 - Smb Technology (02E07)
Simulated moving beds are of great interest in the chemical, petrochemical and pharmaceutical industries due to their high efficiency in separation and purification processes. Fundamental and applied papers on topics related to recent advances in adsorptive separations using Simulated Moving Bed (SMB) are invited. Examples of topics are 1) novel ideas in liquid or vapor separations such as hydrocarbon, sugar, pharmaceutical, and fermentation; 2) new adsorbent for SMB application; and 3) novel process configuration and integration schemes.
Chair:Jose P. Mota
CoChair:Linda Wang
8:30 AMPropane/propylene Separation: From Molecular Scale to Process
Alirio E. Rodrigues, Miguel Granato, Pedro Sa Gomes, Nabil Lamia
8:49 AMApproaches to Achieving High Productivity In Size Exclusion SMB Chromatography Processes
Shawn D. Feist, Yogesh Hasabnis, Bruce W. Pynnonen, Timothy Frank
9:08 AMComparisons of Recycle Chromatography and Simulated Moving Bed for Pseudo-Binary Separations
Ju Weon Lee, Phillip C. Wankat
9:27 AMModelling and Design Strategies for Lab-Scale SMB Units Accounting for Dead Volumes and Tubing Connections – the Flexsmb-Lsre Unit
Pedro Sá Gomes, Michal Zabka, Mirjana Minceva, Alírio E. Rodrigues
9:46 AMNew Developments In Simulated Moving Bed Chromatography
Andreas Seidel-Morgenstern, Christian Kessler, Malte Kaspereit
10:05 AM‘Cycle to Cycle' Optimizing Control of Simulated Moving Beds – Experimental Implementation for a Nonlinear Chiral Separation
Cristian Grossmann, Christian Langel, Marco Mazzotti, Manfred Morari, Massimo Morbidelli
10:24 AMEquilibrium Theory Based Design of Simulated Moving Bed Processes Under Reduced Purity Requirements. Linear Isotherms
Arvind Rajendran
10:43 AMRobust Design and Operation of 2- & 3-Column Streamlined SMB Process for Binary and Ternary Separations
Rui C. R. Rodrigues, João M. M. Araújo, José P. B. Mota

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