Tuesday, November 10, 2009: 8:30 AM
Jackson E (Gaylord Opryland Hotel)
Process Intensification is the term used to describe the means by which a chemical process can be made drastically more efficient. Papers on combined processes (e.g., reaction and separation), novel reactors, the use of alternative energy forms, and the application of novel materials with a link to Process Intensification are welcome. Significant intensification of a process requires a holistic view in order to identify and eliminate the main transport resistances that limit the overall performance. In order to meet this definition, changes in thinking involve the design of new machinery and hardware and consideration of the chemistry, process design, and logistics.
Process Development Division
(184c) Green Diesel Additive Synthesis: Elimination of Azeotropic Distillation by Coupling Simulated Moving Bed Reactor with Solvent Recovery Units
(184d) Supported Ionic Liquid Phase (SILP) Catalysts for Ambient Pressure and Low Temperature Water-Gas-Shift Reaction
(184f) Systematic Analysis, Design and Optimization of Heterogeneously Catalyzed Gas Phase Reaction Processes
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