Tuesday, November 5, 2013: 12:30 PM
Union Square 21 (Hilton)
This session will concentrate on adsorptive separation processes. While preference will be given toward pressure (and/or vacuum) swing and temperature swing adsorption, other adsorption based separation processes such as concentration swing, electrical swing may also be presented. Experimental and/or numerical simulation results will be discussed. The processes may be for trace impurity removal, bulk separation and/or producing multiple products from the same stream. Hybrid processes, such as adsorption-distillation, adsorption-membrane may also be presented. Special encouragement will be given to hybrid systems where adsorption swing processes are used to drive equilibrium such as sorptive-distillation or sorptive-reaction. Industrial participation is encouraged.

Adsorption and Ion Exchange

Mark M. Davis
Email: mark.davis@uop.com

Armin D. Ebner
Email: ebnera@engr.sc.edu

12:30 PM

12:51 PM

1:12 PM
(327c) Optimization of Ethanol Dehydration By PSA With 3A Zeolite
Andrés F. Rivera, Gerardo Rodriguez and Pedro J. Bejarano

1:33 PM

1:54 PM
(327e) H2 Purification By Pressure Swing Adsorption Using CuBTC
Bruna Silva, Ana M. Ribeiro, Jong-San Chang, José Miguel Loureiro and Alírio E. Rodrigues

2:15 PM
(327f) Pressure Swing Adsorption Process for the Separation of Hydrogen, Methane and Ethane With the MOF
Masaki Okada, Alexandre Ferreira, Ana M. Ribeiro, U.- Hwang Lee, Young Kyu Hwang, Jong-San Chang and Alirio E. Rodrigues
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