CHISA 2010 - 19th International Congress of Chemical and Process Engineering

Lectures C

C1 - Sunday morning
Symposium on thermodynamics and transport properties

Chairpersons: K. Aim, J. I. Siepmann

C1.1   11:00   Phase equilibrium modelling for mixtures with organic acid using GC-PPC-SAFT. D. Nguyen-Huynh, *J.-C. de Hemptinne, R. Lugo, J.-P. Passarello1, P. Tobaly1 (Inst. Fr. Pet., Rueil-Malmaison, FR; 1CNRS, Univ. Paris, FR) [615]

C1.2   11:20   Keynote lecture: Structure, solvation, phase equilibria and nucleation in multicomponent systems. *J. I. Siepmann, B. Chen1, K. A. Maerzke (Univ. Minnesota, Minneapolis MN, US; 1Louisiana State Univ., Baton Rouge LA, US) [1653]

C1.3   12:00   Dew point prediction of synthetic and real natural gas mixtures with the UMR-PRU model. E. Skouras, V. Louli1, G. Pappa1, C. Boukouvalas1, E. Solbraa, *E. Voutsas1 (Statoil, Trondheim, NO; 1Nat. Tech. Univ., Athens, GR) [2060]

C1.4   12:20   Molecular simulation of vapor-liquid equilibria and force field parameterization for highly associating system containing surfactant. *S. Jang, H. Kim (Seoul Nat. Univ., KR) [821]

C2 - Sunday afternoon
Symposium on thermodynamics and transport properties

Chairpersons: G. Bogdanić, J.C. de Hemptinne

C2.1   14:00   Compatibility of two SBSs (styrene-butadiene-styrene) triblock copolymers with several solvents, by intrinsic viscosity measurements. *E. Diez, G. Ovejero, M. D. Romero, I. Diaz (Univ. Complutense, Madrid, ES) [465]

C2.2   14:20   Keynote lecture: Additive group-contribution methods for predicting properties of polymer systems. G. Bogdanić (INA, Technol. Dev. Proj. Manag. Dep., Zagreb, HR) [1522]

C2.3   15:00   Industrial requirements for thermodynamics and transport properties. E. Hendriks, G. M. Kontogeorgis1, R. Dohrn2, *J.-C. de Hemptinne3, I. Economou4, L. Fele Zilnik5, V. Vesovic6 (Shell Global Solutions, Amsterdam, NL; 1Tech. Univ. Denmark, Lyngby, DK; 2Bayer Technol. Services, Leverkusen, DE; 3Inst. Fr. Pet., Rueil-Malmaison, FR; 4Petroleum Inst., Abu Dhabi, AE; 5Nat. Inst. Chem., Ljubljana, SI; 6Imperial Coll., London, UK) [2328]

15:20   Coffee break, poster session

C2.4   16:20   Thermodynamic equilibria modeling of ternary systems of interest in supercritical fluids as antisolvents processes . *A. Tabernero, E. Martín del Valle, M. A. Galan (Univ. Salamanca, ES) [330]

C2.5   16:40   Experimental studies of solubility of elemental sulphur in supercritical nitrogen. *E. Cloarec, J.-P. Serin, F. Contamine, P. Cézac, J. Mercadier, C. Arrabie1, J.-M. Legros-Adrian1, C. Martin2, A. Louvat2, M. de Renty2 (Univ. Pau, FR; 1ENSGTI, Pau, FR; 2CRIGEN, Sait-Denis-La-Plaine, FR) [1974]

C2.6   17:00   Modelling of phase equilibria in the H2S-H2O system with statistical associating fluid theory. *X. Ji, C. Zhu1 (Lulea Univ. Technol., SE; 1Indiana Univ., Bloomington IN, US) [426]

C2.7   17:20   Determination of the Henry's law constant of dimethyldisulfide (DMDS) in water / silicone oil mixtures. *G. Darracq, A. Couvert, C. Couriol1, A. Amrane1, D. Thomas2, E. Dumont3, Y. Andrès3, P. Le Cloirec (ENSCR, Rennes, FR; 1Univ. Europ. Bretagne, FR; 2Fac. Polytech., Mons, BE; 3Ec. Min. Nantes, FR) [423]

C2.8   17:40   The influence of electrolytes on partition equilibria in micellar systems: A predictive tool for separation processes . *T. Ingram, T. Mehling, S. Wille1, L. Mokrushina1, I. Smirnova (Tech. Univ., Hamburg-Harburg, DE; 1Univ. Erlangen-Nürnburg, DE) [871]

C3 - Monday morning
Symposium on thermodynamics and transport properties

Chairpersons: P. Mougin, Z. Wagner

C3.1   11:00   The phase equilibria of triolein and ethanol at sub- and supercritical conditions. *S. B. Glisić, D. U. Skala (Fac. Technol. Metall., Beograd, RS) [85]

C3.2   11:20   Keynote lecture: Gas processing and CO2 capture by chemical solvents – solubility measurement and thermodynamic modelling. P. Mougin (Inst. Fr. Pet., Rueil-Malmaison, FR) [2141]

C3.3   12:00   Solubility of carbon dioxide in aqueous solutions containing sodium hydroxide at pressure up to 4 MPa and temperature from 283 to 373 K: Experimental measurement. *F. Lucile, P. Cézac1, F. Contamine1, D. Houssin, P. Arpentinier, J.-P. Serin1, C. Claeys (Air Liquide, Les Loges , FR; 1LaTEP, Pau, FR) [2020]

C3.4   12:20   Processing bioresorbable polymers with supercritical CO2 for obtaining porous structures: solubility and diffusivity of gas in polymers and the effect on foam morphology. *E. Aionicesei, M. Škerget, Ž. Knez (Univ. Maribor, SI) [846]

C4 - Monday afternoon
Symposium on thermodynamics and transport properties

Chairpersons: J. Linek, V. Taghikhani

C4.1   14:00   Vapour pressure determination by chromatographic technique – analysis of performance and accuracy and their improvement. *K. Růžička, M. Fulem1, M. Hoskovec2, B. Koutek2 (Inst. Chem. Technol., Praha, CZ; 1Inst. Phys., Praha, CZ; 2Inst. Org. Chem. Biochem., Praha, CZ) [1934]

C4.3   14:20   Mutual solubility of MEG, water and reservoir fluid: Experimental measurements and modeling using the CPA equation of state. *M. Riaz, G. M. Kontogeorgis, E. H. Stenby, W. Yan, T. Haugum1, K. O. Christensen1, E. Solbraa1, T. V. Lokken1 (Tech. Univ. Denmark, Lyngby, DK; 1Statoil, Trondheim, NO) [1053]

C4.4   14:40   Measurement and correlation of the saturation concentrations for single and mixed aqueous electrolyte solutions at various temperatures. *V. Taghikhani1, L. Yousefi, E. Roayaei2, A. Safekordi, M. Zahedzadeh2 (Islamic Azad Univ., Tehran, IR; 1Sharif Univ. Technol., Tehran, IR; 2Nat. Iran. Oil Co., Tehran, IR) [52]

C4.5   15:00   Equilibrium and transport properties of waxy model systems in presence of petroleum asphaltenes from different origins. *L. A. Alcazar-Vara, E. Buenrostro-Gonzalez (Inst. Mex. Petrol., Mexico DF, MX) [587]

15:20   Coffee break, poster session

C4.6   16:20   A new model with reduced number of virial coefficients for predicting heat capacity of homologous linear hydrocarbons over a 300 to 1,000 K temperature range based on molecular weight. *K. R. Davey, B. J. Daughtry1 (Univ. Adelaide, AU; 1Food Stand. Australia, Canberra, AU) [138]

C4.7   16:40   Predicting the heat capacities of ionic liquids. *M. Lewis, L. Liang, P. Nancarrow, Q. Gan (Queen's Univ. Belfast, UK) [497]

C4.8   17:00   Crystal-melt interfacial tension: a simple theoretical model. A. Bahramian (Univ. Tehran, IR) [1857]

C5 - Tuesday morning
Symposium on supercritical fluid applications

Chairpersons: M. G. Bernardo-Gil, Z. Novak

C5.1     8:30   Keynote lecture: Separation factors for enrichment of minor components in oils extracted from seeds with supercritical CO2. H. Sovová (Inst. Chem. Proc. Fundam., Praha, CZ) [994]

C5.2     9:10   Supercritical carbon dioxide extraction of biological compounds from microalgae. *B. P. Nobre, L. Gouveia, L. Campenni1, F. M. Marcelo2, A. F. Palavra1, R. L. Mendes (LNEG, Lisboa, PT; 1Inst. Sup. Tec., Lisboa, PT; 2CIB, Madrid, ES) [1761]

C5.3     9:30   Mechanical pressing of oil seeds assisted by supercritical carbon dioxide. R. Eggers (Tech. Univ., Hamburg-Harburg, DE) [173]

C5.4     9:50   Solubility of Red 153 and Blue 1 in supercritical carbon dioxide: experimental measurements and correlation. *J. P. Coelho, A. F. Mendonca, R. P. Stateva1 (ISEL, Lisboa, PT; 1Inst. Chem. Eng., Sofia, BG) [271]

C5.5   10:10   Adsorption properties and applications depending on hydrophobic degree of silica aerogels. *Z. Novak, Ž. Knez (Univ. Maribor, SI) [1595]

10:30   Coffee break, poster session

C5.6   11:00   Supercritical route for super hybrid nanomaterials. T. Adschiri (Tohoku Univ., Sendai, JP) [437]

C5.7   11:20   Molecular thermodynamic modelling of CO2/water microemulsion. *A. Nuri, A. Bahramian (Univ. Tehran, IR) [1867]

C5.8   11:40   Correlating the solubility behavior of flurbiprofen in supercritical carbon dioxide with several density-based and cubic equations of state models. *M. Mirzajanzadeh, M. Ardjmand (Islamic Azad Univ., Tehran, IR) [89]

C6 - Tuesday afternoon
Symposium on supercritical fluid applications

Chairpersons: J. P. Coelho, R. Eggers

C6.1   14:00   Keynote lecture: Supercritical fluid extraction: industrial aspects and applications. *M. Gehrig, N. Igl-Schmid (NATECO2 GmbH, Wolnzach, DE) [127]

C6.2   14:40   Towards a process demonstration of the continuous catalytic hydrothermal gasification of wet biomass to synthetic natural gas. *M. Schubert, J. B. Müller, F. Vogel (Paul Scherrer Inst., Villigen, CH) [1060]

C6.3   15:00   Investigation on continuous salt separation under supercritical conditions as crucial step in the gasification of wet biomass. *J. B. Müller, M. Dennerlein, F. Vogel (Paul Scherrer Inst., Villigen, CH) [1183]

15:20   Coffee break, poster session

C6.4   16:20   Extraction of heavy oil by supercritical carbon dioxide. *P. Spirov, S. Rudyk, E. Sogaard (Aalborg Univ., Esbjerg, DK) [310]

C6.5   16:40   Supercritical water partial oxidation cracking of three-member ring polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon compounds. *R. M. Daud, M. Millan, K. Hellgardt, R. Kandiyoti (Imperial Coll., London, UK) [1433]

C6.6   17:00   Ultrasound assisted organic synthesis in a biphasic supercritical CO2-water reaction medium. *A. Bahari, R. H. Bridson, G. A. Leeke (Univ. Birmingham, UK) [2033]

C7 - Wednesday morning
Distillation and absorption

Distillation and modeling

Chairpersons: D. Bruinsma, V. Staněk

C7.1     9:30   Heat integrated distillation using a plate-fin heat exchanger. *D. Bruinsma, M. Strijker, S. Tromp, M. Saric, J. Cot Gores, Z. Olujic (ECN, Energy & Infrastructure, Petten, NL) [92]

C7.2     9:50   Comparison of different reactor systems for CO2 capture. *E. Privalova, P. Mäki-Arvela, K. Eränen, D. Y. Murzin, J.-P. Mikkola1 (Abo Akad. Univ., Turku, FI; 1Umea Univ., SE) [793]

C7.3   10:10   Integrated biodiesel production by reactive absorption. A. A. Kiss (AkzoNobel, Arnhem, NL) [382]

10:30   Coffee break, poster session

C7.4   11:00   Reactive dividing-wall columns: beyond process integration. *A. A. Kiss, J. J. Pragt, C. J. G. van Strien (AkzoNobel, Arnhem, NL) [399]

C7.5   11:20   Operation of commercial-scale batch distillation system for isopropyl alcohol dehydration process. *Y. Suzuki, N. Ohtaki, T. Yamaki1, K. Matsuda1, K. Takahashi1, M. Nakaiwa2 (Mitsumaru Chem. Co., Miyagi, JP; 1Yamagata Univ., JP; 2Nat. Inst. Adv. Ind. Sci. Tech. Cent., Ibaraki, JP) [496]

C7.6   11:40   NOX absorption using glass fiber filter and concentration of HNO3. *M. Yasuda, N. Tsugita, S. Yamauchi1, W. R. Glomm2, H. Asana3 (Osaka Prefecture Univ., JP; 1Tada Electric, Okayama, JP; 2Norweg. Univ. Sci. Technol., Trondheim, NO; 3Pollut. Prev. Apparatus Lab., Osaka, JP) [186]

C7.7   12:00   Experimental evaluation of the mass transfer features of models for predicting the efficiency of structured packings. *L. Valenz, F. J. Rejl, V. Linek, Z. Olujic1 (Inst. Chem. Technol., Praha, CZ; 1Delft Univ. Technol., NL) [1673]

C8 - Wednesday afternoon
Distillation and absorption

Chairpersons: N. N. Kulov, P. Stavárek

C8.1   14:00   Hybrid separation processes as a factor of energy- and resources-saving. N. N. Kulov (Kurnakov Inst. Gen. Inorg. Chem., Moskva, RU) [181]

C8.2   14:20   Synthesis and application of functionalized ion liquids for upgrading of biogas. R. Jimenez, C. Carlesi Jara1, M. Flores, A. Berg, *C. Bidart2 (Univ. Concepcion, CL; 1Pontif. Univ., Valparaiso, CL; 2Karlsruhe Inst. Technol., DE) [1262]

C8.3   14:40   Prediction of multiple steady states in distillation through simple heat balance analysis. *M. Kano, H. Makita, S. Hasebe (Kyoto Univ., JP) [267]

C8.4   15:00   Transport characteristics of Mellapak 250Y packing under distillation conditions. Effect of axial mixing of the phases. *F. J. Rejl, L. Valenz, V. Linek (Inst. Chem. Technol., Praha, CZ) [1287]

15:20   Coffee break, poster session

C8.5   16:20   Investigating various cooling scenarios to increase the capacity of an Iranian natural gas treating unit. A. Shahsavand (Ferdowsi Univ. Mashad, IR) [683]

C8.6   16:40   Modeling of column apparatuses and scale-up. C. Boyadjiev (Inst. Chem. Eng., Sofia, BG) [1543]

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