97 Multiphase Reaction Engineering

Monday, November 14, 2016: 8:00 AM - 10:30 AM
Franciscan A (Hilton San Francisco Union Square)
This session addresses new developments in multiphase reaction engineering, including hydrodynamics, kinetics, scaleup and modeling of multiphase reactors that involve at least two moving phases, such as gas-liquid, gas-solid and gas-liquid-solid reactors. This includes but is not restricted to bubble columns, trickle beds, air lift reactors, mechanically agitated gas-liquid and gas-liquid solid tanks, loop reactors, and fluidized beds, with chemical, biochemical and energy application.

Catalysis and Reaction Engineering Division

Xinrui Yu
Email: xinrui.yu@exxonmobil.com

Vaibhav Kelkar
Email: vkelkar@sabic.com

Sagar Sarsani
Email: ssarsani@americas.sabic.com

Alan L. Stottlemyer
Email: alans@alumni.ufl.edu

8:15 AM
(97b) Influence of Solid Phase and Geometry on Liquid Velocity of a Three-Phase Bubble Column Fluid Dynamic
Karina K. Costa, Diana Sanchez-Forero, João L. Silva Jr, Osvaldir P. Taranto and Milton Mori

9:15 AM
(97f) Improvement of a Kinetic Model for the Hydroconversion of an Atmospheric Residue in a Slurry Semi-Batch Reactor
Pedro Alvarez, Barbara Browning, Jérémy Maurin, Tim Jansen, Maxime Lacroix, Mélaz Tayakout, Christophe Geantet and Isabelle Pitault

10:00 AM
(97i) Pressure Drop and Liquid Hold up in an Open-Structure Random Packed Column with Counter Current Flow
Letícia Pezzi Martins Loane, J. van der Schaaf and Jaap C. Schouten
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