402 Process Innovation and Optimization for Agile Manufacturing

Tuesday, November 18, 2014: 3:15 PM
Crystal Ballroom B/E (Hilton Atlanta)
The incorporation of innovation and optimization in a process development strategy is critical to enabling agile yet robust manufacturing. Whether this means inventing a novel way to solve a problem, applying a method borrowed from another discipline, or analyzing a process to determine the optimal operating conditions, the goal is to ensure that manufacturing execution is successful while remaining dynamic and flexible. This session welcomes contributions that demonstrate the ability of the Chemical Engineer to innovate and optimize in the setting of process development.

Process Research and Innovation

Praveen Sharma
Email: praveen.sharma@infi.com

Joe Schroer
Email: jschroer@americas.sabic.com

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

3:40 PM
(402b) Early Results for the Improvement of Algae Production Using Partial Emptying and Filling
Michelle Low, David Ming, Diane Hildebrandt, David Glasser and Tonderayi Matambo

4:05 PM
File available
4:30 PM
(402d) Monitoring Cleaning-in-Place (CIP) of Multiphase Formulated Products By Electrical Resistance Tomography
Hasan J. Uppal, Thomas L. Rodgers, Michael Cooke, Linda Trinh, Adam J. Kowalski and Peter Martin
File available
4:55 PM
(402e) Strategy to Avoid Catalyst Deactivation in Telescoped Miyaura Borylation/Suzuki Cross-Coupling Reaction
Marimuthu Andiappan, Jeremy Merritt, Gregory Brown and Jennifer Kuehne-Willmore
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