Large Scale Chromatography

Wednesday, November 10, 2010: 12:30 PM
250 A Room (Salt Palace Convention Center)

The use of large scale- batch and continuous chromatography processes in producing chemicals, petrochemicals, bio-chemicals, pharmaceuticals, foods, and clean water among others has progressively increased over the last few decades. This session focuses on the integration of large scale chromatography into commercial manufacturing or large scale development. Contributions on the most recent advances in the theory and applications of large scale single and multi-column processes including simulated moving bed (SMB) and its variants, hybrid processes for gas and liquid separations are invited. Talks dealing with development of novel process configurations, improvements of existing ones, control, optimization and experimental studies, novel applications, reduction of organic solvents, reducing power consumption for separations are of particular interest.

Adsorption and Ion Exchange

Hariprasad J. Subramani

Arvind Rajendran

- indicates paper has an Extended Abstract file available on CD.

12:30 PM
(470a) Preparation of Monolithic Materials for Continuous Annular Electro-Chromatographic Separations of Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients
Heidrun Gruber-Woelfler, Peter Feenstra, Marie-G. Braunbruck, Rene Laskowski, Hans-Joerg Bart and Johannes Khinast

12:55 PM

1:20 PM

1:45 PM
(470d) Chiral Separation by Two-Column, Semi-Continuous, Open-Loop Simulated Moving-Bed Chromatography
Joăo M. M. Araújo, Rui C. R. Rodrigues, Mário F. J. Eusébio and J. P. B. Mota

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2:35 PM
(470f) Multi-Objective Optimization and Validation of a Simulating Moving Bed
Paul J. Th. Bussmann Sr., Floor Boon and Ronald C. Vroon
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