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

Lectures G

G1 - Sunday morning
Symposium on process intensification and miniaturisation

Chairpersons: D. Kirschneck, M. Marek

G1.1   11:00   Keynote lecture: Invention of downstream processing techniques as an example of process intensification. E. N. Lightfoot (Univ. Wisconsin, Madison WI, US) [117]

G1.2   11:40   Process intensification with SEM. *K. Köhler, H. P. Schuchmann (Univ. Karlsruhe, DE) [60]

G1.3   12:00   Concepts of process intensification using methyl acetate synthesis as model reaction. *S. Lux, T. Winkler, M. Siebenhofer (Graz Univ. Technol., AT) [508]

G1.4   12:20   Piloting and small scale production using process intensification technologies. H. A. Bottenberg (Zeton B.V., Enschede, NL) [1350]

G2 - Sunday afternoon
Symposium on process intensification and miniaturisation (continues as H3)

Chairpersons: E. Lightfoot, D. Šnita

G2.1   14:00   Corning(R) Advanced-Flow(TM) glass reactor : one modular tool from feasibility to production – industrial applications and case studies . *B. Chevalier, F. Schmidt, S. Pissavini (Corning, Avon, FR) [228]

G2.2   14:20   Intensification routes for mineral carbonation. *R. Santos, D. François, E. Vandevelde, G. Mertens, J. Elsen, T. Van Gerven (Kathol. Univ. Leuven, BE) [339]

G2.3   14:40   L-Malic acid production within a microreactor. G. Stojkovič, I. Plazl, *P. Žnidaršič-Plazl (Univ. Ljubljana, SI) [542]

G2.4   15:00   Scaling rules for multiphase gas-liquid flow distribution in multiple micro/milli channels running in parallel under segmented flow regime. *M. I. M. Al-Rawashdeh, T. A. Nijhuis, E. V. Rebrov, V. Hessel, J. Schouten (Eindhoven Univ. Technol., NL) [1444]

15:20   Coffee break, poster session

G2.5   16:20   Enhancing synthesis of block-copolymers through anionic polymerization using microreaction technology. *C. Kompter, D. Ziegenbalg, D. Kralisch, S. Sell1, E. Klemm1 (Friedrich Schiller Univ., Jena, DE; 1Jenpolymer Materials Ltd., Jena, DE) [1048]

G2.6   16:40   New technology for the intensification and miniaturization of chemical processes. *D. Unge, B. Johnson (Alfalaval Tumba AB, SE) [1426]

G2.7   17:00   Scale-down of a condensation polymerisation reaction process in a millifluidic device. *I. Vasconcelos, P. Guillot, J. Toutain1, V. Mollet2 (Rhodia, Pessac, FR; 1CNRS, Talence, FR; 2Rhodia, Saint Fons, FR) [1038]

G2.8   17:20   A microfluidic calorimeter for the measurement of the excess enthlapies for water + ethanol. *C. Hany, H. Lebrun, C. Pradere1, J. Toutain1, J.-C. Batsale1 (Univ. Bordeaux, Pessac, FR; 1Univ. Bordeaux, Talence, FR) [1879]

G2.9   17:40   Uniform flow distribution through combined numbering-up. *R. Guidat, E. D. Lavric (Corning, Avon, FR) [2034]

G2.10   18:00   Flow chemistry: From potential evaluation to production scale realization. D. Kirschneck (Microinnova Engieering, Graz, AT) [2341]

G3 - Monday morning
Chemical engineering education

Chairpersons: V. Machoň, D. G. Wood

G3.1   11:00   Keynote lecture: Chemical engineering education for the second decade of the 21st century. D. C. Shallcross, *D. G. Wood (Univ. Melbourne, AU) [1716]

G3.2   11:40   whynotchemeng – securing the talent pipeline of chemical and process engineers in the United Kingdom. A. Furlong (Inst. Chem. Eng., Rugby, UK) [2324]

G3.3   12:00   Current problems in engineering education of nuclear power generation. P. Zuna (Czech Tech. Univ., Praha, CZ) [2156]

G3.4   12:20   Students need activation: time used for studying correlates with results. *R. Tuunila, K. Kolehmainen (Lappeenranta Univ. Technol., FI) [1614]

G4 - Monday afternoon
Chemical engineering education

Chairpersons: V. C. Hass, J. Koubek

G4.1   14:00   Strategies for the development of operator training simulators for engineering education and training. A. Blesgen, *V. C. Hass1 (s&h Ingenieurgesselschaft mbH, Bremen, DE; 1Univ. Appl. Sci., Bremen, DE) [861]

G4.2   14:20   Development of a modular training simulator for biomass power plants. S. Kuntzsch, F. Kuhnen, A. Blesgen1, *V. C. Hass (Univ. Appl. Sci., Bremen, DE; 1s&h Ingenieurgesselschaft mbH, Bremen, DE) [509]

G4.3   14:40   Importance of daily life examples on fire and combustion in chemical engineering education. *G. A. Altun-Ciftcioglu, M. A. N. Kadirgan (Marmara Univ., Istanbul, TR) [211]

G4.4   15:00   Urgency of reform in chemical engineering education in Iran. Y. Jalali (Islamic Azad Univ., Shahrood, IR) [1661]

G4.5   15:20   Chemical engineering curriculum development and international recognition in Kazakhstan and Russia. *S. Simons, G. Kuvshinov1, G. Yeligbayeva2, S. Rakhmadiyeva3 (Univ. Coll. London, UK; 1Novosibirsk State Tech. Univ., RU; 2Kazakh Nat. Tech. Univ., Almaty, KZ; 3Eurasian Nat. Univ., Astana, KZ) [2138]

G5 - Tuesday morning
Symposium on environmental engineering

Chairpersons: Y. Matsumura, M. Punčochář

G5.1     8:30   Keynote lecture: “State of the art" of biomass utilization for energy and fuel production in Japan. Y. Matsumura (Hiroshima Univ., JP) [1515]

G5.2     9:10   Life cycle modelling and environmental impact assessment of energy production supply chains based on a biomass pyrolysis densification process. *M. Cordella, V. Cozzani, F. Santarelli (Univ. Bologna, IT) [1493]

G5.3     9:30   Perspectives for MSW energetic destination. *G. Genon, D. Panepinto (Politecnico, Torino, IT) [292]

G5.4     9:50   Electricity generation from tapioca wastewater using microbial fuel cells (MFCs). R. M. Rachma, V. Reinaldo, A. Muhyinsyah, *T. Setiadi (Inst. Technol., Bandung, ID) [6]

G5.5   10:10   Energetic utilization of phytoextraction crops. *M. Šyc, M. Pohořelý, M. Jeremiáš, M. Vosecký, P. Kameníková, M. Puncochar, P. Tlustos1 (Inst. Chem. Technol., Praha, CZ; 1Czech Univ. Life Sci., Praha, CZ) [1142]

10:30   Coffee break, poster session

Chairpersons: R. Dewil, C. Spengler

G5.6   11:00   Measuring method and simulation model to determine the spatial and temporal distribution of evaporative emissions in the air intake system of Otto-engines. *C. Spengler, C. Merten, F. Pfeiffer1 (Univ. Stuttgart, DE; 1Mann+Hummel GmbH, Stuttgart, DE) [1992]

G5.7   11:20   Removal of undesirable VOCs from biogas by adsorption onto activated carbon fiber cloths. From a static approach to a dynamic modeling. *B. Boulinguiez1, S. Giraudet, P. Le Cloirec (Ec. Nat. Sup. Chim., Rennes, FR; 1Univ. Europ. Bretagne, FR) [854]

G5.8   11:40   Biofiltration and adsorption used as indoor air treatment: equilibrium of toluene on activated carbon in the Henry’s law region. *A. Réguer, S. Sochard, C. Hort, V. Platel (Univ. Pau, FR) [518]

G5.9   12:00   In situ bioremediation of Cr (VI) in mesocosm reactors using biological permeable reactive barrier. *P. E. Molokwane, E. Chirwa (Univ. Pretoria, ZA) [1841]

G5.10   12:20   Kinetics of Cr(VI) reduction in a multi-species indigenous culture of bacteria – Brits culture. P. E. Molokwane, *E. Chirwa (Univ. Pretoria, ZA) [1844]

G6 - Tuesday afternoon
Symposium on environmental engineering

Chairpersons: J. Derco, P. E. Molokwane

G6.1   14:00   UV- and visible-light assisted photocatalytic oxidation of a pesticide over TiO2 catalysts modified with neodymium and nitrogen. R. Kralchevska, A. Premru1, T. Tišler1, M. Milanova, D. Todorovsky, *A. Pintar1 (Univ. Sofia , BG; 1Nat. Inst. Chem., Ljubljana, SI) [1932]

G6.2   14:20   Simulation of phenol oxidation in an O3/UV reactor. *W. Van de Moortel, K. Van Eyck, S. Liers, J. Degrève1, J. Luyten (De Nayer Inst., Sint-Katelijne-Waver, BE; 1Kathol. Univ. Leuven, Heverlee, BE) [1246]

G6.3   14:40   Optimisation of ultrasonic sludge disintegration as a pre-treatment for anaerobic digestion and development of a kinetic model. *L. Appels, F. Van Mechelen1, J. Van Impe, J. Degrève, R. Dewil (Kathol. Univ. Leuven, Heverlee, BE; 1Kathol. Univ. Leuven, Sint-Katelijne-Waver, BE) [1029]

G6.4   15:00   Improvement of the biological activity of activated sludge by ultrasound and ozone. *N. Lambert, A. Hulsmans, S. Houtmeyers, J. Van Impe, I. Smets, R. Dewil (Kathol. Univ. Leuven, BE) [1167]

15:20   Coffee break, poster session

Chairpersons: J. Horák, A. Pintar

G6.5   16:20   Removal of benzothiazols by ozonation. *J. Derco, M. Melicher, A. Kassai1 (Slovak Univ. Technol., Bratislava, SK; 1Water Res. Inst., Bratislava, SK) [2013]

G6.6   16:40   Synthesis, characterization and properties of carbon nanofiber-based monometallic Pt, Pd and Ru catalysts in water purification processes. *A. Pintar, J. Batista, J. Levec (Nat. Inst. Chem., Ljubljana, SI) [1854]

G6.7   17:00   Environmental sustainability assessment of natural gas burning and photovoltaic electricity. *J. Albo, J. Cristobal, A. Dominguez-Ramos, A. Irabien (Univ. Cantabria, Santander, ES) [307]

G6.8   17:20   Study of urban PM concentrations at different locations. *V. Csom, T. Szentmarjay, J. Kovács, E. Domokos (Univ. Pannonia, Veszprém, HU) [2075]

G6.9   17:40   Calcium aluminate-based pellets for CO2 capture – reactivation and reforming aspects. *V. Manovic, E. J. Anthony (CanmetENERGY, Ottawa ON, CA) [2137]

G6.10   18:00   Ammonia releases from anaerobically digested materials: how physico-chemical treatment can reduce the impacts of renewable energy plants. *E. Brizio, G. Genon1 (Env. Protect. Agency Piedmont, Cuneo, IT; 1Politecnico, Torino, IT) [947]

G7 - Wednesday morning
Symposium on environmental engineering

Chairpersons: R. Nakayama, P. Tlustoš

G7.1     8:30   Keynote lecture: Ability of plants to clean soils contaminated by heavy metals. *P. Tlustos, M. Puncochar1, J. Szakova, J. Balik, J. Habart, M. Syc1, M. Pohořelý1 (Czech Univ. Life Sci., Praha, CZ; 1Inst. Chem. Proc. Fundam., Praha, CZ) [1706]

G7.2     9:10   Cellulose degradation by enzymatic hydrolysis with the aid of ultrasonic irradiation. *R.-I. Nakayama, M. Imai (Nihon Univ., Fujisawa, JP) [225]

G7.3     9:30   Polybrominated diphenyl ethers – design and validation of models for photodegradation. *M. Veselý, H. Žabová, F. Kaštánek, R. Ponec, V. Jiricny (Inst. Chem. Proc. Fundam., Praha, CZ) [2126]

G7.4     9:50   Bioleaching of heavy metals from spent catalyst using Aspergillus niger and Penicillium Simplicissimum. *R. Mafi Gholami, S. M. Borghei1, S. M. Mousavi2 (Islamic Azad Univ., Tehran, IR; 1Sharif Univ. Technol., Tehran, IR; 2Tarbiat Modarres Univ., Tehran, IR) [475]

G7.5   10:10   Use of the white-rot fungus Irpex lacteus in a trickle bed reactor and in a rotating biological contactor. *J. Pocedič, J. Garcia, O. Knotek, J. Šíma, P. Hasal (Inst. Chem. Technol., Praha, CZ) [408]

10:30   Coffee break, poster session

Chairpersons: W. Hintz, P. Klusoň

G7.6   11:00   Kinetic parameter of alfa-amylase and glucoamylase enzymatic reaction on the glucose yield from hydrolized processes of tapioca solid waste. *S. R. Juliastuti, D. Yanuarita P. (Inst. Technol. Sepuluh Nopember, Surabaya, ID) [687]

G7.7   11:20   A hydrometallurgical recycling technology for selective recovery of zinc, lead and iron oxide from electric arc furnace (EAF) dust by an integrated leach-grinding and precipitation process. *W. Hintz, T. Günther, G. Kache, T. Tomas (Otto v. Guericke Univ., Magdeburg, DE) [730]

G7.8   11:40   Improvements in the acrylonitrile production by using environmental assessment life cycle analysis. *M. A. Morales Mora, E. Rosa Dominguez1, N. Suppen Reynaga2, S. Martínez Delagadillo3 (PEMEX-Petroquímica, Veracruz, MX; 1Cent. Univ. Las Villas, Santa Clara, CU; 2Cent. Anal., Cuautitlan Izcalli , MX; 3Univ. Aut. Metrop., Ascapotzalco, MX) [1840]

G7.9   12:00   Advanced precipitation processes for industrial inorganic wastewaters treatment: impact of reactor design and process parameters. *E. Barbier, J. Robert, M. Coste, K. Banerjee1, J.-F. Beaudet2, R. J. Cook3 (Veolia Env., Maisons-Laffitte, FR; 1Veolia Water Solut. Technol., Moon Township PA, US; 2Veolia Water Solut. Technol., Sartelon Saint-Laurent, CA; 3Veolia Water, Houston TX, US) [788]

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