138 Process Research and Development for Industrial Sustainability III

Tuesday, April 28, 2015: 1:30 PM
406 (Hilton Austin)
Today, economic drivers are driving us towards the reduce, reuse, and recycle of materials, energy, solvents, water and the like in the design of our processes. This session will focus on such processes that while improving the economics of product manufacturing also ultimately leads to the improved sustainability of industrial processes. Papers from theoretical or practical contributions in all related areas are welcomed, such as technology innovation for environmentally benign manufacturing, process development for green products and sustainable alternative energy resources, emission reduction and energy savings, as well as the integration of sustainability analysis into process design and operations and supply chain management.

Process Research and Innovation
Young Professionals Committee (YPC) (18C)

Qiang Xu
Email: qiang.xu@lamar.edu

Shujing Zhang
Email: szhang@lamar.edu

- indicates paper has an Extended Abstract file available on CD.

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1:30 PM
(138a) Hydroprime® Modular Plants Provide Low Cost, Reliable Hydrogen
Goutam Shahani, Steven Parente, Larry Lyda, Kyle Finley and Nick Onelli
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2:00 PM
(138b) A Novel Two-Step Metal Oxide – Metal Sulfate Water Splitting Cycle for the Production of Solar Hydrogen
Moustafa Hussein Ali, Dareen Dardor, Shahd Gharbia, Jamila Folady, Shiva Yousefi, Mehak Jilani, Mashail Alfakih, Anand Kumar, Rahul Bhosale and Fares A. AlMomani
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