53 Thermodynamics Needs of the Chemical Industry

Sunday, November 13, 2016: 3:30 PM - 6:00 PM
Continental 3 (Hilton San Francisco Union Square)
This session will bring together experts from industry and academia for a discussion on the thermodynamics needs of chemical industry. Particular topics of interest will be gaps in thermodynamic data and modeling as well as methods for property calculation.

Thermodynamics and Transport Properties

J Richard Elliott
Email: elliot1@uakron.edu

Sumnesh Gupta
Email: Sumnesh.K.Gupta@invista.com

Alberto Striolo
Email: a.striolo@ucl.ac.uk

3:30 PM
Introductory Remarks

3:35 PM
(53a) Explanation of Asphaltene Phase Behavior
Walter Chapman and Francisco Vargas

3:55 PM
(53b) Thermodynamic Modeling of Hydrogen-Bonded Mixtures
Aseel Bala-Ahmed, James E. Jackson, Paul M. Mathias, Navin C. Patel, Timothy C. Frank, Dung T. Vu, Eric L. Cheluget and Carl T. Lira

4:15 PM
(53c) Modelling of Phase Behavior of Polyethylene Solutions
Christoph Walowski and Sabine Enders

4:35 PM
(53d) Multi-Criteria Optimization of Thermodynamic Models: Describing Water with PCP-SAFT As an Example
Esther Forte, Jakob Burger, Kai Langenbach, Michael Bortz and Hans Hasse

4:55 PM
(53e) Thermodynamic Property Needs for the Oleochemical Industry
Olivia Ana Perederic, Sawitree Kalakul, Bent Sarup, John M. Woodley and Rafiqul Gani

5:15 PM
(53f) Multi-Property Optimization of Vapor Pressure, Heat of Vaporization, and Liquid and Ideal Gas Heat Capacities
Joseph W. Hogge, Neil Giles, Thomas A. Knotts IV, Richard L Rowley and W. Vincent Wilding

5:55 PM
Panel Discussion
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