364 Novel Materials and Processes for Air Pollution Control

Tuesday, November 10, 2015: 12:30 PM - 3:00 PM
257A (Salt Palace Convention Center)

Air pollution caused by gas emissions, such as toxic gases and radioactive gases, is becoming a critical issue for the wellness of environment and human beings. The development of novel adsorbents with large capacity and high selectivity together with processes developed to effectively reduce the emissions are the keys to remedy this issue. In this session, we welcome papers on novel materials and processes to reduce air pollution excluding CO2 capture.

Innovations of Green Process Engineering for Sustainable Energy and Environment
Environmental Division (09)
Jian Liu Email: Jian.liu@pnnl.gov
Bin Mu Email: bmu@asu.edu
Steven Ogunwumi Email: OgunwumiSB@Corning.com

12:30 PM

1:20 PM
(364b) Nanocomposite Particle Synthesis Using Switchable Ionic Liquids (SWILs)
Nune Satish, David J. Heldebrant, David Lao, Jian Liu, Ravi Kukkadapu, Matthew Olszta, Manjula Nandasiri and Lyle Gordon

1:45 PM

2:10 PM
(364e) Pilot-Scale Multistage Fluidized Bed Adsorber
Pooya Shariaty, Samineh Kamravaei, Saeid Niknaddaf, Zaher Hashisho, John H. Phillips, James E. Anderson, Mark Nichols and David Crompton