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Lectures D

D1 - Monday morning
Phase equilibria and fluid properties

Chairpersons: P. Ungerer, K. Aim

D1.1     8:30   Calculations of homogeneous azeotropes for binary and ternary fluid mixtures with the aid of the hole lattice quasichemical equation of state. Chudakov A. M., Morachevsky A. G., *Prikhodko I. V., Reshetova L. I., Victorov A. I., Vinogradova I. V. (St. Petersburg State Univ., RU) [892]

D1.2     8:50   Keynote lecture: Molecular-level simulations of reacting systems in bulk and confinement. *Lisal M., Smith W. R.1, Breannan J. K.2 (Inst. Chem. Proc. Fundam., Praha, CZ; 1Univ. Ontario, Oshawa ON, CA; 2US Army Res. Lab., Aberdeen Proving Ground MD, US) [988]

D1.3     9:30   Study of the phase diagram types and p-rho-T behavior in CO2 + n-alkane systems using PC-SAFT. *Garcia J., Lugo L.1, Fernandez J.1 (Univ. Vigo, ES; 1Univ. Santiago de Compostela, ES) [1430]

9:50   Coffee break, plenary lecture

D1.4   11:10   Improved intermolecular potential energy model for phase equilibrium predictions involving organic compounds. *Ungerer P., Ahunbay G.1, Contreras-Camacho O., Lachet V., Boutin A.1, Pascual P.1 (Inst. Fr. Petrol., Rueil-Malmaison, FR; 1CNRS, Orsay, FR) [1194]

D1.5   11:30   HSE Conformal Solution Theory: Prediction of isobaric vapour liquid-equilibrium data of binary systems of butyl chlorides with heptane, cyclohexane and toluene at 101.3, 80.0 and 53.3 kPa. Hidouche M., *Dahmani O. (USTHB, Bab Ezzouar, DZ) [832]

D1.6   11:50   Low-pressure vapour-liquid data reduction using only equilibrium composition data. *Focke W. W., Grobler M. (Univ. Pretoria, ZA) [1612]

D1.7   12:10   Study of phase behavior of VLE and LLE for binary polymer solutions using a new free-volume model based on the Guggenheim theory. Radfarnia H.-R., *Taghikhani V., Ghotbi C. (Sharif Univ. Technol., Tehran, IR) [734]

D2 - Monday afternoon
Phase equilibria and fluid properties

Chairpersons: G. Sadowski, I. Wichterle

D2.2   14:20   Keynote lecture: Thermodynamics of polymer systems. *Sadowski G. (Univ. Dortmund, DE) [882]

D2.3   15:00   Group-contribution methods for estimating the properties of polymer systems. *Bogdanic G. (INA-Industrija Nafte, Zagreb, HR) [350]

15:20   Coffee break, poster session

D2.4   15:40   Fluid-phase equilibria in alkanol + carbon dioxide systems: supplemented database and molecular-based equation of state modelling. *Aim K. V., Babic A., Nezbeda I., Vlcek L. (Inst. Chem. Proc. Fundam., Praha, CZ) [1496]

D2.5   16:00   The four-equation flash. *Nichita D. V. (Inst. Mex. Pet., Mexico, MX) [757]

D2.6   16:20   A consistent C6+ distribution for generation of natural gas phase envelope. *Moshfeghian M., Maddox R. N.1, Johannes A. H.1 (Kuwait Inst. Sci. Res., Safat, KW; 1Oklahoma State Univ., Stillwater OK, US) [1289]

D2.7   16:40   Phase envelope construction for mixtures with many components. *Nichita D. V. (Inst. Mex. Pet., Mexico, MX) [674]

D2.8   17:00   Stability analysis of phase diagrams and tests of thermodynamic data on multicomponent systems. *Toikka A. M. (St. Petersburg State Univ., RU) [724]

D2.9   17:20   Correlation of the experimental data for LLE of PEG + DEX + water mixtures using a modified UNIQUAC-NRF model. Radfarnia H.-R., *Ghotbi C., Taghikhani V. (Sharif Univ. Technol., Tehran, IR) [505]

D3 - Tuesday morning
Phase equilibria and fluid properties

Chairpersons: D. V. Nichita, J. Linek

D3.1     8:30   Estimation of enthalpy and entropy of vaporization and of liquid heat capacity by a group contribution method. *Kolska Z., Zabransky M.1, Ruzicka V.1, Gani R.2 (J. E. Purkyne Univ., Usti n/L., CZ; 1Inst. Chem. Technol., Praha, CZ; 2Tech. Univ. Denmark, Lyngby, DK) [1564]

D3.3     8:50   Solubility of CO2 in aqueous solutions of N-methyldiethanolamine using the modified Kent-Eisenberg model. Seyed Matin N., *Vahidi M., Hosseini M. J., Goharrokhi M.1 (Res. Inst. Pet. Ind., Tehran, IR; 1Islamic Azad Univ., Tehran, IR) [722]

D3.4     9:10   Liquid-liquid equilibria in ternary systems isopentane + tert-butanol + water and n-pentane + tert-butanol + water at 293.15 K. *Reckova Z., Rehak K., Uusi-Kyyny P.1, Pokki J.-P.1, Aittamaa J.1 (Inst. Chem. Technol., Praha, CZ; 1Helsinki Univ. Technol., FI) [620]

9:50   Coffee break, plenary lecture

D3.6   11:10   Non-dimensional model for vaporization enthalpy of organic compounds. *Kukal J., Kolska Z.1 (Inst. Chem. Technol., Praha, CZ; 1J. E. Purkyne Univ., Usti/L, CZ) [1498]

D3.8   11:50   Liquidus projection of the quaternary Sn-Ag-Cu-Ni system and the alloy's phase formation sequence during solidification. *Chen S.-W., Chang C.-A., Gueguen M.1 (Nat. Tsing Hua Univ., Hsin-Chu, TW; 1Ec. Polytech. Univ., Nantes, FR) [621]

D4 - Tuesday afternoon
Adsorption and ion exchange

Chairperson: B. Bernauer

D4.1   14:00   Reverse flow adsorption for the recovery of homogeneous catalysts: determination of adsorption kinetics by the zero length column method. *Dunnewijk J., Bosch H., de Haan A. B. (Univ. Twente, Enschede, NL) [706]

D4.2   14:20   Removal of trace metals and organic micropollutants from water. *Chingombe, Saha, Wakeman R. J. (Loughborough Univ., UK) [1300]

D4.3   14:40   Chromium removal by ion exchange: Analysis of the regeneration step. *Rivero M. J., Ortiz I. (Univ. Cantabria, Santander, ES) [514]

D4.4   15:00   Development of separation process of tetra-methyl ammonium hydroxide using ion exchange resin. Shibata J., Yanase T., *Murayama N., Yamamoto H. (Kansai Univ., Osaka, JP) [1310]

15:20   Coffee break, poster session

D4.5   16:00   Hydrophobic contribution of amino acids in peptides. *Liu C. I., Lin P. H., Lee B. F., Ruaan R. C.1 (Chung-Yuan Univ., Chung-Li, TW; 1Nat. Cent. Univ., Chung-Li, TW) [1367]

D4.6   16:20   Phase equilibria and diffusion studies of polymer-solvent systems utilizing inverse gas chromatography. *Duda J. L., Davis P. K.1, Danner R. P. (Pennsyl. State Univ., University Park PA, US; 1GE Global Res., Niskayuna NY, US) [1287]

D4.7   16:40   Experimental and theoretical determination of adsorption isotherms for non-ideal VOC mixtures. *Fernandes N., Sochard S., Mocho P., Broto F., Dumas J.-P. (Univ. Pau, Tarbes, FR) [561]

D4.8   17:00   Bioprocess scale-up: development of advances techniques and equipment for the separation of mixtures proteins using IMAC. *Del Valle E. M., Gutierrez R., Ruiz C., Galan M. A. (Univ. Salamanca, ES) [1303]

D5 - Wednesday morning

Chairpersons: A. Spasic, J. Prochazka

D5.1     8:30   Classification of rigid and deformable interfaces in finely dispersed systems: Micro-, Nano-, and Atto-Engineering. *Spasic A. M., Babic M. D., Marinko M. M., Djokovic N. N., Mitrovic M. M.1, Krstic D. N.1 (Inst. Technol. Nucl. Min. Raw Mat., Beograd, YU; 1Fac. Technol. Metall., Univ. Belgrade, Beograd, YU) [22]

D5.2     8:50   Droplet hydrodynamics in a Kuhni-miniplant extraction column. *Steinmetz T., Bart H.-J. (Univ. Kaiserslautern, DE) [146]

D5.3     9:10   A mass transfer coefficient model for low interfacial tension extraction systems. *Saien J., Barani M. H. (Univ. Bu-Ali Sina, Hamadan, IR) [444]

D5.4     9:30   Theory of electroviscoelasticity: fractional approach. *Spasic A. M., Lazarevic M. P.1 (Inst. Technol. Nucl. Min. Raw Mat., Beograd, YU; 1Fac. Mech. Eng., Univ. Belgrade, Beograd, YU) [36]

D5.5     9:50   Single drop mass transfer variation in contaminated liquid-liquid extraction. *Saein J., Riazikhah M., Ashrafizadeh S. N.1 (Univ. Bu Ali-Sina, Hamadan, IR; 1Iran Univ. Sci. Technol., Tehran, IR) [718]

10:10   Coffee break

D5.6   10:50   Hydraulic characteristics of caprolactam extraction in the Bateman Pulsed Column. *van Delden M. L., Kuipers N. J. M., de Haan A. B. (Univ. Twente, Enschede, NL) [586]

D5.7   11:10   Study and simulation of transfer phenomena in a pulsed liquid-liquid extraction column using image analysis. *Moscosa Santillan M., Vanance C., Ye P., Amouroux J. (UPMC/ENSCP, Paris, FR) [730]

D5.8   11:30   The measurement of floc size and flocculation kinetics by the laser knife and digital camera. *Kysela B., Ditl P. (Czech Tech. Univ., Praha, CZ) [881]

D5.9   11:50   A new pulsation policy in pulsed column applied to solid-liquid extraction. Wongkittipong R., *Brunet L.1, Prat L.1, Gourdon C.1, Casamatta G.1, Damronglerd S. (Chulalongkorn Univ., Bangkok, TH; 1LGC CNRS, Toulouse, FR) [1317]

D6 - Wednesday afternoon

Chairperson: P. Ditl

D6.1   14:00   Selection of ionic liquids for the extraction of aromatic hydrocarbons from aromatic/aliphatic mixtures. *Meindersma G. W., Podt J. G., Klaren M. B., de Haan A. B. (Univ. Twente, Enschede, NL) [51]

D6.2   14:20   Diluent effects in amine extraction of sulfuric acid. *Prochazka J., Heyberger A., Volaufova E. (Inst. Chem. Proc. Fundam., Praha, CZ) [164]

D6.3   14:40   Counter-current extraction of natural products using the VIPEX(TM) technology. *Godwin I. A.-M. (CSIR Bio/Chemtek, Modderfontein, ZA) [325]

D6.4   15:00   Mathematical modeling of continuous enzyme extraction by aqueous two-phase system. Maretic D., Bogdan S.1, Vasic-Racki D., *Zelic B. (Univ. Zagreb, HR; 1Pliva, Zagreb, HR) [385]

15:20   Coffee break, poster session

D6.5   16:00   Development and optimisation of an enantioselective extractant for chiral separation of amino-alcohols by reactive extraction. *Steensma M., Kuipers N. J. M., de Haan A. B., Kwant G.1 (Univ. Twente, Enschede, NL; 1DSM Res., Geleen, NL) [526]

D6.6   16:20   Isolation of active ingredients from green tea (Fanning Belas, China). *Perva-Uzunalic A., Skerget M., Knez Z. (Univ. Maribor, SI) [611]

D6.7   16:40   Separation and recovery of acids from waste acid mixture containing phosphoric, nitric and acetic acids with solvent extraction. *Shibata J., Ohata K., Murayama N., Yamamoto H. (Kansai Univ., Osaka, JP) [1309]

D7 - Thursday morning
Symposium on micro- and mesoporous materials

Chairperson: P. Hudec

D7.1     8:30   Keynote lecture: Adsorption and transport in micro- and mesoporous materials. *Keil F. J. (Hamburg Univ. Technol., DE) [966]

D7.2     9:10   Characterization of pore structure of kaolin modified by reaction with sulfuric acid at high temperature. Colina F. G., *Caballero I., Costa J. (Univ. Barcelona, ES) [287]

D7.3     9:30   Permeability of grain boundaries in well defined silicalite-1 polycrystalline layers and single crystals. *Brabec L., Zikanova A., Kocirik M. (J. Heyrovsky Inst. Phys. Chem., Praha, CZ) [1468]

D7.4     9:50   Pore-size distribution from liquid expulsion permporometry. *Solcova O., Schneider P. (Inst. Chem. Proc. Fundam., Praha, CZ) [679]

10:10   Coffee break

D7.5   10:50   Effect of non-zeolitic pores on the transport of species through silicalite-1 membranes. Zikanova A., Kocirik M., *Hrabanek P.1, Bernauer B.1 (Heyrovsky Inst. Phys. Chem., Praha, CZ; 1Inst. Chem. Technol., Praha, CZ) [1476]

D7.6   11:10   Nanotechnology for industrial catalysts. *Pernicone N. (Catalyst Consultant, Novara, IT) [1676]

D7.7   11:30   Prediction of adsorption properties of hydrocarbons and polar compounds in zeolites by Monte Carlo simulation. Pascual P., Contreras-Camacho O.1, Boutin A., *Ungerer P.1, Bellat J.-P.2, Limborg-Noetinger S.1, Thomas M.1 (CNRS, Orsay, FR; 1Inst. Fr. Petrol, Rueil-Malmaison, FR; 2CNRS, Dijon, FR) [1196]

D7.10   12:30   Development of porous structure of activated carbons from Turkish lignite with different chemical reagents. *Karacan F., Karacan S.1 (Gen. Dir. Min. Res. Expl., Ankara, TR; 1Ankara Univ., TR) [1596]

D8 - Thursday afternoon
Symposium on micro- and mesoporous materials

Chairperson: F. Keil

D8.1   14:00   Highly porous tin oxide nanowires. Wu K.-H., *Lu S.-Y. (Nat. Tsing-Hua Univ., Hsin-Chu, TW) [97]

D8.2   14:20   Synthesis and characterization of ordered mesoporous silica materials. *Derylo-Marczewska A., Marczewski A. W., Skrzypek I. (M. Curie-Sklodowska Univ., Lublin, PL) [739]

D8.3   14:40   MCM-41 template removal studied by positron annihilation lifetime spectroscopy. *Zaleski R., Wawryszczuk J., Borowka A. (M. Curie Sklodowska Univ., Lublin, PL) [199]

D8.4   15:00   Preparation of high dense Alumina-Toughened Zirconia (ATZ) nano-composites from highly fluid slips by colloidal processing. *Sarraf H., Havrda J. (Inst. Chem. Technol., Praha, CZ) [1233]

15:20   Coffee break, poster session

D8.5   16:00   Development of inorganic supports suited for microporous layer deposition - synthesis and characterization. Juristova K., *Fila V., Andertova J., Zikanova A.1, Bernauer B., Lhotka M. (Inst. Chem. Technol., Praha, CZ; 1J. Heyrovsky Inst. Phys. Chem., Praha, CZ) [1266]

D8.6   16:20   Porous polymeric nanoparticles as water purification systems. Kammona O., Dini E., *Kiparissides C. (Aristotle Univ., Thessaloniki, GR) [1355]

D8.7   16:40   Microactivity-tests of FCC catalyst modified with ZSM-5 zeolites. *Hudec P., Toth R., Smieskova A. (Slovak Univ. Technol., Bratislava, SK) [1225]

D8.8   17:00   A dynamic study for adsorption of NOX on Pt, Pd-ZSM-5 coated monolithic catalyst. *Ozkan G., Kaya K., Ozkan G. (Gazi Univ., Ankara, TR) [875]

D8.10   17:40   Atomistic modelling of inorganic permselective membranes for CO2 recovery. *Mooney D. A., MacElroy J. M. D., Kozachok N., Cuffe L., Tacke M. (Univ. Coll., Dublin, IE) [1533]

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