182 Innovations of Energy-Efficient Manufacturing Processes and Building Technologies

Monday, November 4, 2013: 3:15 PM
Powell AB (Hilton)
Efficiency is critical for sustainability of many energy-intensive processes in manufacturing industries. Buildings consume significant amounts of energies in heating and cooling. This session solicits the latest research results that can potentially result in dramatic reduction of energy consumption to the existing manufacturing processes and buildings.

Innovations of Green Process Engineering for Sustainable Energy and Environment
Separations Division (02), Transport and Energy Processes (07), Process Research and Innovation (12a), Alternative Energy & Enabling Technologies (T4E)

Bhima Sastri
Email: bhima.sastri@hq.doe.gov

Yudong Chen
Email: yudong.chen@airliquide.com

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

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3:37 PM
(182b) Systematic Approach for Energy Efficient Eco-Industrial Parks
Mahmoud Bahy Noureldin, Saleh A Qahtani, Mana Owaidah and Abdulaziz Nutaifi
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3:59 PM
(182c) The Potential Of Osmotic Membrane Dehumidification
Arthur S. Kesten, Jeffrey R. McCutcheon, Ariel Girelli and Jack N. Blechner
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5:05 PM
(182f) Syngas Mass Transfer Analysis in a Hollow Fiber Reactor
James J. Orgill, Randy S. Lewis and Hasan K. Atiyeh

5:27 PM
(182g) An Innovative Methanol Synthesis Process Using Self-Heat Recuperation
Yasuki Kansha, Masanori Ishizuka and Atsushi Tsutsumi