Tuesday, November 18, 2008: 8:30 AM-11:00 AM
Commonwealth C (Loews Philadelphia Hotel)

AIChE Centennial: ChE Research and Technology - Past and Future (TH)

#237 - Perspectives and Prospects for Thermodynamic Modeling, Simulation, and Experimentation in Chemical Engineering (TH013)
Thermodynamic models at present include cubic equations of state, activity models, perturbation theory, molecular simulation, multiparameter equations, interpolation of extensive experimental data, and combinations of all of these. How has this status evolved and where is it leading? These invited presentations seek to answer this question in honor of the centennial celebration.
Chair:Kenneth R. Cox
CoChair:J. Richard Elliott
CoSponsor(s):Thermodynamics and Transport Properties (01a)
8:30 AMThe Interplay Between Simulations and Thernodynamic Models
Berend Smit
8:55 AMPerspectives and Prospects for Thermodynamic Modeling
Walter G. Chapman
9:20 AMPredictive Thermochemistry from Quantum Chemistry: Current State and Perspectives
Andreas Klamt
9:45 AMSimulation of Electrolytes: Model Development and Industrial Practice
Andre Anderko
10:10 AMEnergy Applications: Impact of Data and Models
Jefferson Creek
10:35 AMThe Role of Experiments In the Development of Chemical Technology
Joan F. Brennecke

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