APM Forum 2019 - poster presentations

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Posters

Advanced process modelling of TAME industrial synthesis in gPROMS

Valentin Plesu, Elena Catalina Udrea, Stefan Toader, Alexandra-Elena Bonet-Ruiz, Petrica Iancu, Jordi Bonet et al
University POLITEHNICA of Bucharest,
University of Barcelona

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Modelling and analysis of control pairings of an industrial depropanizer column

Radoslav Paulen, Martin Mojto, Karol L’ubusky, Miroslav Fikar et al
Faculty of Chemical and Food Technology, Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava, Slovakia,
Slovnaft, a.s., Bratislava, Slovakia

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Continuous model-based design of experiments techniques for the identification of electrodialytic desalting models

L. Fiorillo and F. Galvanin et al
Department of Chemical Engineering, University College London (UCL), London, UK

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Modelling sorbent deactivation in calcium looping cycle for CO2 capture

Miguel Abreu Torres, Paula Teixeira, Rui M. Filipe, Luís Domingues, Carla I. C. Pinheiro, Henrique A. Matos et al
Instituto Superior Técnico/Universidade de Lisboa,
Instituto Superior de Engenharia Lisboa,
Process Systems Enterprise Ltd, London

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Computational analysis of pressure swing adsorption applied to IGCC power plants

Rebeca A. Azpiri Solares, Douglas Soares, Jason Zhenyu Zheng, Joe Wood et al
School of Chemical Engineering, University of Birmingham

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Moving bed temperature swing adsorption for CO2 capture from a natural gas combined cycle power plant

Giorgia Mondino, Lars O. Nord, Carlos A. Grande, Richard Blom et al
NTNU, Department of Energy and Process Engineering, Trondheim, Norway
SINTEF Industry, Oslo, Norway

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Parametric analysis and optimisation for exergoeconomic performance of a combined system based on SOFC-GT and supercritical carbon dioxide Brayton cycle

Rui Jing, Yunru Chen, Yingru Zhao et al
College of Energy, Xiamen University, China,
Department of Chemical Engineering, Imperial College London, UK

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Model driven design in particulate products manufacturing

Li Ge Wang, John Morrissey, Marina Sousani, Dana Barrasso, David Salde, Kevin Hanley, Jin Y. Ooi, James D. Litster et al
University of Sheffield, UK,
University of Edinburgh, UK,
DEM Solutions Ltd., Edinburgh, UK,
Process System Enterprise

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Spherical agglomeration: A perfect option for continuous processing of drug components with difficult morphologies

O. Arjmandi-Tash, J. D. Tew, S.N.M. Yusoff, K. Pitt, R. M. Smith, J. D. Litster et al
EPSRC Future Continuous Manufacturing and Advanced Crystallisation Research Hub (CMAC), The University of Sheffield, UK

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Predicting performance of oral dosage forms through dissolution-hydrolysis-absorption model

T. Boleslavská, J. Beránek, F. Štěpánek et al
Zentiva, k.s. U Kabelovny, Prague, Czech Republic,
University of Chemistry and Technology, Department of Chemical Engineering, Prague, Czech Republic

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The role of advanced computational tools in teaching process systems modelling and design classes at UCL

Federico Galvanin et al
Department of Chemical Engineering, University College London, London, United Kingdom

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Process systems engineering Academic Teaching Highway (PATH)

Pieter Schmal, Ananya Chowdhury, Cristian Triana et al
Process Systems Enterprise (PSE), UK

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