656 Particle Formation and Crystallization Processes from Liquids, Slurries, and Emulsions

Thursday, November 17, 2016: 8:30 AM - 11:00 AM
Cyril Magnin I (Parc 55 San Francisco)
Description:
This Session encompasses aspects of solid-liquid separation dealing with crystallization and crystal growth from solution, crystal morphology, effects of impurities, solvents and particulates, particle engineering, particle-process modeling and control, particle surface properties, interfacial effects, and emulsion crystallization. Papers covering experimental or theoretical aspects, and industrial case studies are welcome.

Sponsor:
Crystallization and Evaporation
Co-Sponsor(s):
Particle Production and Characterization (03A)

Chair:
Jason Sweeney
Email: jason.sweeney@bms.com

Co-Chair:
Nima Yazdanpanah
Email: nima@mit.edu


8:30 AM
Introductory Remarks

8:35 AM

9:35 AM
(656d) A Semi-Empirical CLD-to-Psd Model for Crystallization Process Monitoring
Roberto Irizarry, Jochen Schoell and Lorenzo Codan

9:55 AM
(656e) Optimizing a Distillative Crystallization and Evaluating Form Risk
Adam Freitag, Vidya Iyer, Junying Fan, Joshua Selekman, William Gallagher, Jason Zhu, Benjamin Cohen, Kathleen Lauser, David A. Conlon and Alan Braem

10:35 AM
(656g) Linking Particle Size and Shape Distributions to Filtration Performance Using Measurements and Models
Giulio Perini, Fabio Salvatori, David R. Ochsenbein, Marco Mazzotti and Thomas Vetter

10:55 AM
Concluding Remarks
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