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

Lectures E

E1 - Sunday morning
Symposium on food processing and technology

Food processes

Chairpersons: E. Šárka, R. Žitný

E1.1   11:00   Keynote lecture: Processing of foods of plant origin and deactivation of main allergens. *M. Houska, P. Novotna, M. Heroldova1, I. Setinova2, M. Kminkova, P. Kučera1, A. Proškova (Food Res. Inst., Praha, CZ; 1Vinohrady Hospital, Praha, CZ; 2Cent. Allergology Imumed, Praha, CZ) [61]

E1.2   11:20   Need on oxygen during roasting of different coffee varieties. *E. F. Yagar, R. Eggers (Tech. Univ., Hamburg-Harburg, DE) [343]

E1.3   11:40   A study of filtration kinetics and separation efficiency during whey purification and fractionation. A. Hinková, *V. Pour, Z. Bubník, S. Henke, A. Šálová, T. Šnapková, P. Židová, P. Kadlec (Inst. Chem. Technol., Praha, CZ) [1301]

E1.4   12:00   Optimization of SiOx diffusion barrier coatings on polymers for packaging applications. L. Koerner, A. Sonnenfeld, *P. Rudolf von Rohr (ETH, Zurich, CH) [923]

E1.5   12:20   Chromatographic separation of glucose and mannose mixture. *S. Henke, Z. Bubník, A. Hinková, V. Pour, A. Šálová, T. Šnapková (Inst. Chem. Technol., Praha, CZ) [1120]

E2 - Sunday afternoon
Symposium on food processing and technology

Food properties and technology

Chairpersons: Z. Bubník, M. Houška

E2.1   14:00   Emulsifying properties of whey proteins in emulsions produced by ultrasonication and conventional homogenization. *R. Kováčová, A. Nhan1, M. Mihulová, J. Štětina (Inst. Chem. Technol., Praha, CZ; 1Univ. Alberta, Edmonton AB, CA) [1141]

E2.2   14:20   Study of the rheological behaviour of chocolate. *M. Bécu, J. Rius Fonoll, S. Liégeois1, B. Haut, F. Debaste (Univ. Libre, Bruxelles, BE; 1Inst. Meurice, Bruxelles, BE) [1258]

E2.3   14:40   Valorisation of whey proteins in small to medium scale cheese production plants and biochemical characterization of the WPC obtained by different membrane technology configuration processes. *M. H. F. Henriques, C. J. D. Pereira, M. H. Gil1 (Polytech. Inst. Coimbra, PT; 1Univ. Coimbra, PT) [1373]

E2.4   15:00   Inelasticity of beta-glucan films deformed in tensile loading/unloading tests. *A. Hejlova, J. Blahovec (Czech Univ. Life Sci., Praha, CZ) [1990]

E3 - Monday morning
Symposium on progress in chemical technology and biotechnology


Chairpersons: K. Jones, J. Páca

E3.1   11:00   Keynote lecture: Biofiltration for air emissions control: applications, case studies, progress and challenges for industrial scale technology expansion in the USA. *K. Jones, J. Boswell1 (Texas A&M Univ., Kingsville TX, US; 1BioReaction Ind., Tualatin OR, US) [1447]

E3.2   11:40   Comparison of two reactor types applied for paint solvent vapor mixtures biofiltration: loading by hydrophobic components. *J. Páca, O. Misiaczek, M. Halecký, E. Kozliak1, K. Jones2, C. R. Soccol3 (Inst. Chem. Technol., Praha, CZ; 1Univ. North Dakota, Grand Forks ND, US; 2Texas A&M Univ., Kingsville TX, US; 3UFPR, Curitiba, BR) [227]

E3.3   12:00   Biofiltration of styrene and acetone in air: a comparison of data sets and models. *A. M. Gerrard, E. R. Rene1, M. C. Veiga1, C. Kennes1, J. Páca2 (Univ. Teeside, Middlesbrough, UK; 1Univ. La Coruna, ES; 2Inst. Chem. Technol., Praha, CZ) [299]

E3.4   12:20   Removing of simulated and real gasoline from waste air by biofiltration. *M. Halecký, J. Páca, K. Jones1, C. R. Soccol2 (Inst. Chem. Technol., Praha, CZ; 1Texas A&M Univ., Kingsville TX, US; 2UFPR, Curitiba, BR) [931]

E4 - Monday afternoon
Symposium on progress in chemical technology and biotechnology


Chairpersons: M. Gerrard, C. Kennes

E4.1   14:00   Keynote lecture: Bioreactors for air pollution control. *C. Kennes, M. C. Veiga (Univ. La Coruna, ES) [86]

E4.2   14:40   Study of hydrodynamics inside a single use parrallepiped stirred bioreactor equipped with an elliptic motion paddle. *M.-L. Collignon, L. Droissart, A. Delafosse1, S. Vanhamel2, R. Rodriguez2, T. Claes2, F. Moncaubieg3, L. Peeters4, M. Crine1, D. Toye (Univ. Liege, BE; 1FRS-FNRS Bruxelles , BE; 2ATMI Life Sci., Hoegaarden, BE; 3Artelis, Bruxelles , BE; 4GlaxoSmithKline Bio., Rixensart, BE) [1039]

E4.3   15:00   Cultures of Lactococcus lactis NCDO2118 in a Taylor-Couette reactor: a case study. *M. Douaire, P. Loubière, J. Morchain (INSA, Toulouse, FR) [1114]

15:20   Coffee break, poster session

E4.4   16:20   Development of a suitable growth strategy for intensive propagation and lactic acid production of selected strains of Lactobacilli. *M. P. Zacharof, R. W. Lovitt, K. Ratanapongleka1 (Swansea Univ., UK; 1Ubon Rajathanee Univ., TH) [35]

E4.5   16:40   Process development for a multiproduct biorefinery. *K. Wörmeyer, T. Ingram, C. Kirsch, J. C. Ixcaraguà Lima, G. Brunner, I. Smirnova (Tech. Univ., Hamburg-Harburg, DE) [533]

E4.6   17:00   Bottlenecks in bacterial production of fuel butanol. *M. Rychtera, P. Patáková, P. Fribert, J. Lipovský, M. Linhová, L. Paulová, K. Melzoch, H. Klefenz1 (Inst. Chem. Technol., Praha, CZ; 1RTM-Resources, Technology, Management, Bornheim, DE) [1947]

E4.7   17:20   Triticale as a raw material in biotechnology. *J. Pejin, O. Grujić, D. Pejin, L. Mojović1, S. Markov, S. Kocić-Tanackov, M. Marković, S. Nikolić1 (Fac. Technol., Novi Sad, RS; 1Fac. Technol. Metall., Beograd, RS) [1939]

E4.8   17:40   LIF microfluidic system for detection of protein markers. *W. Schrott, M. Nebyla, J. Fišer, M. Přibyl (Inst. Chem. Technol., Praha, CZ) [951]

E5 - Tuesday morning
Symposium on progress in chemical technology and biotechnology


Chairpersons: K. Jones, J. Páca

E5.1     8:30   Isomerisation of saccharides. *J. Hajek, J.-P. Mikkola, T. Salmi (Abo Akad. Univ., Turku, FI) [600]

E5.2     8:50   Enzyme hydrolysis of triglycerides in segmented flow microdevices. J. Čech, Z. Slouka, W. Schrott, *M. Přibyl, G. Kuncová1 (Inst. Chem. Technol., Praha, CZ; 1Inst. Chem. Proc. Fundam., Praha, CZ) [1527]

E5.3     9:10   Cell membrane lipids of thermophilic bacteria. *L. Siříšťová, T. Řezanka1 (Inst. Chem. Technol., Praha, CZ; 1Inst. Microbiol., Praha, CZ) [1796]

E5.4     9:30   Vital Fluor - a new device for yeast vitality determination based on NAD(P)H fluorescence measurement during aerobic-anaerobic transition. *M. Kuřec, G. Kuncová1, T. Brányik (Inst. Chem. Technol., Praha, CZ; 1Inst. Chem. Proc. Fundam., Praha, CZ) [1765]

E5.5     9:50   Development of a general process model for optimisation of biotechnological cultivations – A case study with Escherichia coli and Saccharomyces cerevisiae. S. Schwarz, F. Kuhnen, *V. C. Hass (Univ. Appl. Sci., Bremen, DE) [815]

E5.6   10:10   Flexible approach by development of fed-batch algorithms for fermentations under pO2 cascade control. *J. Vanags, O. Grigs1, A. Priede1, U. Viesturs (Latv. State Inst. Wood Chem., Riga, LV; 1Tech. Univ., Riga , LV) [1603]

10:30   Coffee break, poster session

E5.7   11:00   Segregated modeling of adherent animal cell culture in fixed-bed bioreactor to study its optimization and its scale-up. *V. Gelbgras, J.-C. Drugmand1, B. Haut (Univ. Libre, Bruxelles, BE; 1Artelis, Bruxelles , BE) [1727]

E5.8   11:20   Experimental and numerical simulation of sawdust autohydrolysis to fermentable sugars for bioethanol production. D. Sidiras (Univ. Piraeus, GR) [1014]

E5.9   11:40   Purification and characterization of the laccase produced by Trametes pubescens from extract medium that enhances the enzyme production. *O. Sánchez, J. Gaitan, N. Auza, A. Rodríguez, J. Espejo1, J. Alméciga-Díaz1 (Los Andes Univ., Bogotá, CO; 1Pontif. Univ. Javeriana, Bogotá, CO) [1430]

E5.10   12:00   Production of recombinant N-acetilgalactosamine-6-sulfate sulfatase in Escherichia coli BL21. *J. Alméciga-Díaz, O. Sánchez1, A. Hernández1, O. Velásquez1, A. Espejo, A. Rodríguez, L. Lizaraso, L. Barrera (Pontif. Univ. Javeriana, Bogotá, CO; 1Los Andes Univ., Bogotá, CO) [1429]

E6 - Tuesday afternoon
Symposium on progress in chemical technology and biotechnology


Chairpersons: E. Kozliak, J. Mikulec

E6.1   14:00   Sustainable development in the process industries cases and impact. G. J. Harmsen (Harmsen Consultancy B.V. i.o., NL) [866]

E6.2   14:20   Raw material change in the chemical industry. *S. Fayyaz, R. Hillerbrand, A. Pfennig (RWTH, Aachen, DE) [358]

E6.3   14:40   New paradigms in chemical engineering: health, clima change and energy, and design of new materials. D. Hatziavramidis (Nat. Tech. Univ., Athens, GR) [2084]

E6.4   15:00   Mechanism of crop oil thermal cracking to produce fuel and chemical by-products. *E. Kozliak, W. Seames, A. Kubátová, I. Smoliakova, Y. Luo, J. Šťávová (Univ. North Dakota, Grand Forks ND, US) [1410]

15:20   Coffee break, poster session

E6.5   16:20   Renewable engine fuels from tall oil. *J. Mikulec, A. Kleinová1, J. Cvengroš1, Ľ. Joríková (Slovnaft, Bratislava, SK; 1Slovak Univ. Technol., Bratislava, SK) [2015]

E6.6   16:40   Preparation and characterization of mullite fiber reinforced alumina matrix. *S. Naga, M. Awaad, A. M. El-Rafei (Nat. Res. Cent., Cairo-Dokki, EG) [1225]

E7 - Wednesday morning
EU Projects F3 Factory, COPIRIDE and PILLS

Implementation of process intensification strategies in industrial scale

Chairpersons: R. Dittmeyer, S. Fleet

E7.1     8:30   Keynote lecture: F³ Factory: Flexible – Fast – Future. *S. Buchholz, T. Grömping (Bayer Technol. Services, Leverkusen, DE) [2131]

E7.2     9:10   Process intensification of n-butyl acrylate synthesis using catalytic distillation – a theoretical study. *T. Keller, S. Tretjak1, C. Lacroix1, A. Hoffmann, A. Gorak (Tech. Univ., Dortmund, DE; 1Arkema, Saint Avold, FR) [320]

E7.3     9:30   Intensified absorption and distillation devices for modular chemical production processes. B. Dercks, B. Frahm3, *M. Grünewald, E. Kenig1, A. Lautenschleger1, A. Gorak2, P. Schmidt2, D. Sudhoff2, S. Ressler3, R. Zecirovic3 (Ruhr Univ., Bochum, DE; 1Univ. Paderborn, DE; 2Tech. Univ., Dortmund, DE; 3Bayer Technol. Services, Leverkusen, DE) [2139]

E7.4     9:50   A methodology for Fast Flexible and Future (F3) process design for large scale continuous plant. S. Davison, *A. Simoncelli (Britest Ltd, Runcorn, UK) [2087]

E7.5   10:10   F3 process design for fine chemical and pharmaceutical transformations. F. L. Muller, R. R. Sanchez, *T. Wrate, S. Davison1,  Manipura2, E. B. Martin2, G. A. Montague2, M. Kraut3, K. Haas-Santo3, K. Forsberg4, A. C. Rasmuson4, R. Singh5, K. V. Gernaey5, R. Gani5, J. M. Woodley5 (Astra Zeneca, Macclesfield, UK; 1Britest Ltd, Runcorn, UK; 2Univ. Newcastle, UK; 3Karlsruhe Inst. Technol., DE; 4Royal Inst. Technol., Stockholm, SE; 5Tech. Univ. Denmark, Lyngby, DK) [1017]

10:30   Coffee break, poster session

E7.6   11:00   Keynote lecture: COPIRIDE - combining process intensification-driven manufacture of microstructured reactors and process design regarding to industrial dimensions and environment. *V. Hessel1, U. Krtschil, G. Menges (Inst. Mikrotechnik, Mainz, DE; 1Eindhoven Univ. Technol., NL) [1740]

E7.7   11:40   Cost and life cycle assessment - accompanying guidance during process design within COPIRIDE. *D. Kralisch, D. Ott, V. Hessel1, U. Krtschil1, G. Menges1 (Friedrich Schiller Univ., Jena, DE; 1Inst. Mikrotechnik, Mainz, DE) [1741]

E7.8   12:00   Process intensification fields, catalysts, hybrid reactors and intensified plants. G. Akay (Univ. Newcastle, UK) [1756]

E7.9   12:20   New plant concept for modern chemical factories with intensified processing – least-cost-investment plant EvoTrainer. *J. Lang, R. Schütte, H. Richert, M. Schwarz (Evonik Degussa, Hanau, DE) [1754]

E8 - Wednesday afternoon
EU Projects F3 Factory, COPIRIDE and PILLS

Process intensification in chemicals production

Chairpersons: R. Dittmeyer, S. Fleet

E8.1   14:00   Epoxidation of soybean oil, a study on the possibilities of process intensification. *E. Santacesaria, M. Di Serio, R. Tesser, R. Turco, V. Russo (Univ. Napoli Federico II, IT) [422]

E8.2   14:20   Keynote lecture: Process intensification methodologies applied to liquid-liquid systems in structured equipment – concept, objectives and status of the FP7 EU-Project PILLS. *P. Löb, S. Fletcher1, D. Lindsay2, J. M. Double2, J. Membrez3, L. Kiwi-Minsker4, A. Rodriguez5, J. C. B. Lopes6, J. Bałdyga7, P. Araujo8, C. Gaudêncio Baptista9 (Inst. Mikrotechnik, Mainz, DE; 1Chemistry Innovation Ltd., Runcorn, UK; 2Britest Ltd, Runcorn, UK; 3Givaudan Suisse, Vernier, CH; 4EPFL, Lausanne, CH; 5Huntsman, Everberg, BE; 6Fluidinova, Moreira da Maia, PT; 7Warsaw Univ. Technol., Warszawa, PL; 8CUF Quimicos Ind., Estarreja, PT; 9Univ. Coimbra, PT) [1757]

E8.3   15:00   Insights in heterogeneous liquid-liquid reactions against the background of bulk chemical production. T. Mendes, C. Dias, A. Rodriguez1, P. Araujo2, G. Menges3, P. Löb3, J. C. B. Lopes4, N. Oliveira, M. S. Reis, *C. M. S. G. Baptista (Univ. Coimbra, PT; 1Huntsman, Everberg, BE; 2CUF Quimicos Ind., Estarreja, PT; 3Inst. Mikrotechnik, Mainz, DE; 4Fluidinova, Moreira da Maia, PT) [1717]

15:20   Coffee break, poster session

E8.4   16:20   Two phase micro-structured reactors for intensification of instantaneous exothermic cyclization of pseudoionone. *M. N. Kashid, I. Yuranov, P. Raspail, P. Prechtl1, J. Membrez1, R. Haidar2, P. Löb2, A. Renken, L. Kiwi-Minsker (EPFL, Lausanne, CH; 1Givaudan Suisse, Vernier, CH; 2Inst. Mikrotechnik, Mainz, DE) [633]

E8.5   16:40   Modelling of complex liquid-liquid heterogeneous reactions. *J. Bałdyga, W. Podgórska, M. Jasińska, W. Kowalinski (Warsaw Univ. Technol., Warszawa, PL) [1771]

E8.6   17:00   Application of the NETmix(R) technology to liquid-liquid heterogeneous reactions. C. M. Fonte, E. Demir, P. A. Quadros, M. M. G. Dias1, *J. C. B. Lopes1 (Fluidinova, Moreira da Maia, PT; 1Univ. Porto, PT) [1777]

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