357 Modeling and Analysis of Chemical Reactors II

Tuesday, October 30, 2012: 3:15 PM
317 (Convention Center )
This session will highlight recent advances in experiments and modeling of reaction systems and reactors with emphasis on spatio-temporal patterns and deliberate unsteady state operation of reactors. The scope of papers can include observation, prediction and analysis of multiple steady-states, flow instabilities, periodic/quasi-periodic or aperiodic spatial, temporal or spatio-temporal pattern formation, micro or global kinetic modeling of specific reaction systems, modeling and analysis complex catalytic and multi-phase reactors, and the development of new analysis, measurement or simulation techniques.

Catalysis and Reaction Engineering Division

Edward M. Calverley
Email: emcalverley@dow.com

Vinay Prasad
Email: vprasad@ualberta.ca

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

3:35 PM
(357b) An Investigation Into Periodic Operation of the Fischer-Tropsch Process
Debanjan Chakrabarti, Fei Han, Siddhartha Kumar, Arno de Klerk and Vinay Prasad

3:55 PM
(357c) Dynamic Modeling to Study Reversible Poisoning of a Catalytic Bed
Sweta Somasi, Paul Witt, Edward M. Calverley and Dana A. Livingston

4:15 PM
File available
4:35 PM
(357e) Generic Reactor Modeling and Simulation Framework for Industrial Reactors
Dharmendra D. Mandaliya, Ravindra D. Gudi and Arun S. Moharir
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