202 Process Intensification

Wednesday, April 29, 2015: 1:30 PM
408 (Hilton Austin)
Process Intensification (PI) is a design philosophy to develop novel apparatuses and techniques to obtain dramatic process improvements, such as a decrease equipment size/production capacity ratio, improvements to manufacturing or processing, reduction of energy consumption, and reduction of waste production. This is accomplished by using novel apparatuses and techniques that significantly enhance heat and/or mass transfer rates, and giving every molecule the same processing conditions. Presentations in this session will discuss both practical and theoretical applications for PI.

Process Intensification & Microprocess Engineering

Steven J. Vallee
Email: steven.vallee@ChartIndustries.com

Pankaj S. Gautam
Email: pankaj.gautam@sabic-ip.com

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1:30 PM
(202a) Expansion of Operating Range of Dividing Wall Columns
Mohammad Shafiei, Andrei Merenov, Murali Gopalakrishnan and Mike Huckman
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