Industrial Applications In Design and Operations

Thursday, October 20, 2011: 8:30 AM
101 H (Minneapolis Convention Center)

This session focuses on the practical applications of Process Systems Engineering. Areas of interest include applications of fundamental research in modeling, optimization and control in Enterprise wide optimization including scheduling, planning and control of supply chains. Product and process design including microsystems, metabolic networks, and separation systems. Process control and safety Papers on proven applications of process systems engineering in operations, collaborations between academia and industry with a potential future impact, and case studies are welcome.

Computers in Operations and Information Processing
Systems and Process Design (10A)

Ajay Lakshmanan

Arun Giridhar

Ignasi Palou-Rivera

8:30 AM
(652a) Tighter Integration Between Planning and Engineering Models At BP
Thomas L. Bowman, Don L. Glass, Kheng Lau and Ajay Lakshmanan

9:30 AM
(652d) Towards Continuous Operations In Pharmaceutical Manufacturing
Arun Giridhar, Girish Joglekar, Venkat Venkatasubramanian and Gintaras V. Reklaitis

9:50 AM

10:10 AM
(652f) A Comparative Study of Nonlinear CDU Models for Refinery Planning Optimization
Abdulrahman M. Alattas, Ignacio E. Grossmann and Ignasi Palou-Rivera

10:30 AM
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