636 Chromatographic Separations and SMB

Thursday, November 12, 2015: 8:30 AM - 11:00 AM
255D (Salt Palace Convention Center)

Description:
This session focuses on the use of batch and continuous chromatography processes in producing chemicals, petrochemicals, bio-chemicals, pharmaceuticals, foods, and clean water among other uses. Contributions on the most recent advances in the theory and applications of single and multi-column processes including simulated moving bed (SMB) and its variants, hybrid processes for gas and liquid separations are invited. Talks dealing with development of novel process configurations, improvements of existing ones, control, optimization and experimental studies, novel applications, reduction of organic solvents, reducing power consumption for separations are of particular interest.

Sponsor:
Adsorption and Ion Exchange
Chair:
J. P. B. Mota Email: pmota@dq.fct.unl.pt
Co-Chair:
Yoshiaki Kawajiri Email: yoshiaki.kawajiri@chbe.gatech.edu
- indicates paper has an Extended Abstract file available on CD.


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8:30 AM
(636a) Modeling and Design of Reactive Chromatography for the Synthesis of Propylene Glycol Methyl Ether Acetate with Anion Exchange Resin
Jungmin Oh, Shan Tie, Gaurav Agrawal, Balamurali Sreedhar, Megan E. Donaldson, Alfred Schultz, Timothy C. Frank, Andreas S. Bommarius and Yoshiaki Kawajiri


8:50 AM
(636b) Size-Exclusion Simulated Moving Bed for Separating Organophosphorous Flame Retardants from a Polymer
George S. Weeden Jr., Lei Ling, Nicholas Soepriatna and Nien-Hwa, Linda Wang


9:10 AM
(636c) A Continuum Approach to Chromatography Modeling
David Pfister and Massimo Morbidelli


9:30 AM
(636d) Gas-PHASE Simulated Moving BED: LIGHT Olefins Paraffins Separation
Vanessa F. D. Martins, Ana M. Ribeiro, Marta Plaza, Jo„o Carlos Santos, Josť Miguel Loureiro, Alexandre Ferreira and Alirio Rodrigues

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9:50 AM
(636e) Alternative Membrane Chromatography for Water Treatment
Chuanfang Yang, Yanxiang Li, Lei Li and Lixia Cao
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