177 Process Intensification

Monday, November 14, 2016: 12:30 PM - 3:00 PM
Monterey I (Hotel Nikko San Francisco)
Process intensification (PI) is a rapidly developing field that can be exploited for high throughput, resulting in lowering capital and operating cost. Various options for PI include multiple processes integration, mass and heat transfer enhancement, and process simplification, etc. Options for PI can be identified and realized on different scales of a chemical process and include e.g. the realization of new reaction routes (new catalysts), the use of innovative solvents, novel reactors, integrated processes (e.g. reactive or hybrid separations) or new (e.g. dynamic) operating modes. Papers on practical implementations as well as methodological contributions are equally welcome.

Systems and Process Design
Process Intensification & Microprocess Engineering (12E), Process Intensification (T8)

M. M. Faruque Hasan
Email: hasan@tamu.edu

Ali Mesbah
Email: mesbah@berkeley.edu

12:30 PM
(177a) A Novel and Systematic Method for Process Intensification
Jianping Li, Salih E. Demirel and M. M. Faruque Hasan

1:08 PM
(177c) Process Intensification of Multicomponent Distillation Configurations Using Minimum Additional Number of Heat and Mass Integration Sections
Zheyu Jiang, Gautham Madenoor Ramapriya, Radhakrishna Tumbalam Gooty, Mohit Tawarmalani and Rakesh Agrawal

1:46 PM
(177e) Towards Optimal and Sustainable Operation of Separation Processes: The Computational Approach
Maria M. Papathanasiou, A. Mantalaris and Efstratios N. Pistikopoulos

2:05 PM
(177f) Multi-Scale Computer Aided Synthesis–Design–Intensification Method for Sustainable Hybrid Solutions
Anjan Kumar Tula, Nipun Garg, John M. Woodley, Rafiqul Gani and Bridgette Befort

2:43 PM
(177h) A Systems Approach for the Development of Osn Membrane Cascades
Vincentius Surya Kurnia Adi, Marcus Cook, Ludmila G. Peeva, Andrew G. Livingston and Benoit Chachuat
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