311 Process Scale-up Techniques

Tuesday, November 15, 2016: 8:30 AM - 11:00 AM
Union Square 5 & 6 (Hilton San Francisco Union Square)
A mixture of Art & Science, process scale-up is a complex and vital task in new process development involving bench-scale and pilot plant activities. This session brings together papers in an effort to teach best practices in process scale-up. The session will include papers that describe work using on-line analytics and modeling.

Pilot Plants

Bruce D. Hook
Email: BDHook@dow.com


8:30 AM
(311a) Mass Transfer Scale-up in Melt Polymerization Processes
Micaela Caramellino, Eric Grolman and Louis Pitet

8:50 AM
(311b) Development, Control and Modelling of a Scalable Continuous Manufacturing Process for Multiphase Oxidations
Ju Zhu, Benjamin Deadman, Konstantin Loponov, Richard Holdich, Chris Rielly, Mimi Hii and Klaus Hellgardt

9:10 AM
(311c) 19th Century Meet the 21st Century: Scaling Batch Reactors
Sheli C. Mauck, Jacob H. Arredondo, Bor-Yea Hsu and Jonathan H. Worstell

10:10 AM
(311f) Case Study of a Recrystallization Scale-up with Desirable Psd and Morphology
Bianca Christensen, Jerry S. Salan, Matthew Jorgensen, David am Ende and Sarah Rothstein
See more of this Group/Topical: Process Development Division