Lectures E

E1 - Sunday morning
Fluid flow and multiphase systems

Chairpersons: A. Mühlbauer, A. Saboni

E1.1   11:00   Keynote lecture: Numerical and experimental studies on the effects of local particle concentrations on the bubble size distribution in a slurry bubble column. *A. Mühlbauer, M. W. Hlawitschka, H.-J. Bart (Univ. Kaiserslautern, DE) [393]

E1.2   11:40   Investigation of turbulent dissipation rate in fluid-fluid droplet breakage experiments. E. H. Herø, *N. La Forgia, J. Shi1, J. Solsvik, H. A. Jakobsen (Norweg. Univ. Sci. Technol., Trondheim, NO; 1Durham Univ., UK) [524]

E1.3   12:00   On the influence of hydrodynamic and electric forces on the film drainage between two rising drops in a liquid/liquid system. M. Brik, R. Ruscassier, *A. Saboni (Univ. Pau, FR) [1025]

E1.4   12:20   Experimental study on the initial oscillation of detached bubble and related local velocity of rising bubbles. P. Feyzi, *D. Bastani, M. Lotfi1 (Sharif Univ. Technol., Tehran, IR; 1Islamic Azad Univ., Tehran, IR) [268]

E2 - Sunday afternoon
EFCE WP Multiphase Flow Workshop

Chairperson: M. Schlüter

E2.1   14:00   Multiphase reactors - achievements and challenges in design and scale-up. *M. Schlüter, A. Rosseburg, M. Grünewald1 (Hamburg Univ. Technol., DE; 1Ruhr Univ., Bochum, DE) [1154]

E2.2   14:20   Advances in acquisition of particulate properties in slurry bubble columns using optical probes. *D. Wirz, M. W. Hlawitschka, H.-J. Bart (Univ. Kaiserslautern, DE) [1155]

E2.3   14:40   Inclined rotating fixed bed reactors – a process intensification concept for heterogeneous catalytic multiphase reactions. *R. Timaeus, M. Schubert, U. Hampel (Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf, DE) [1157]

E2.4   15:00   Validation of Dynamic Pressure Method for measurement of volumetric mass transfer coefficient in bubble column. *M. Zednikova, S. Orvalho, P. Stanovsky, M. C. Ruzicka (Inst. Chem. Proc. Fundam., Praha, CZ) [1158]

15:20   Coffee break, poster session


16:20 Panel discussion: Industrial demands for design and scale-up of multiphase reactors

E3 - Monday morning
Fluid flow and multiphase systems

Chairpersons: M. Obligado, M. Zedníková

E3.1   11:00   Keynote lecture: Hydrodynamics of bubble columns in the heterogeneous regime: mechanisms, scale-up and modelling. P. Maximiano Raimundo, *M. Obligado, Y. Mezui, A. Cartellier, D. Beneventi, A. Forret1, F. Augier1 (Univ. Grenoble, FR; 1IFP Energies Nouvelles, Solaize, FR) [599]

E3.2   11:40   Gas-liquid flow regime transition in bubble columns: abrupt or gradual?. *J. Chen, N. Yang, J. Li (Inst. Proc. Eng., Beijing, CN) [809]

E3.3   12:00   Mass transfer in bubble columns with aqueous media containing mixed electrolytes, single carbohydrates or antifoam. R. M. Rivas-Interián, J. A. Guillen-Francisco, J. C. Sacramento-Rivero, Á. G. Zitlalpopoca-Soriano, *S. A. Baz-Rodríguez (Univ. Aut. Yucatan, MX) [405]

E3.4   12:20   Design and application of a novel non-intrusive optical infrared (IR) sensing for gas liquid flow characterisation. *K. Sarkodie, A. Fergusson, P. Diaz (London South Bank Univ., UK) [1011]

E4 - Monday afternoon
Fluid flow and multiphase systems

Chairpersons: B. C. Seyfang, R. Tesser

E4.1   14:00   Keynote lecture: Application of extraction centrifuges in industrial scale. *B. C. Seyfang, T. Grützner1 (TH - Univ. Appl. Sci., Bingen, DE; 1Ulm Univ., DE) [149]

E4.2   14:40   Falling film reactors modelling. V. Russo, A. Milicia1, *R. Tesser (Univ. Napoli Federico II, IT; 1Desmet Ballestra, Milano, IT) [38]

E4.3   15:00   Chromatographic reactor modelling for esterification/hydrolysis reactions. *V. Russo, R. Tesser, T. Salmi1, M. Di Serio (Univ. Napoli Federico II, IT; 1Abo Akad. Univ., Turku, FI) [36]

15:20   Coffee break, poster session

E4.4   16:20   Development of impedance-based sensor for monitoring of contaminants in water flowing in narrow spaces. *J. Kotowski, P. Kůs, M. Skala, F. Jankovský1, D. Kralik2, Z. Slouka2 (Res. Center Řež, CZ; 1Nucl. Res. Inst., Řež, CZ; 2Univ. Chem. Technol. Prague, Praha, CZ) [1065]

E4.5   16:40   Full-loop simulation of gas-solids flow in a high-density circulating fluidized bed. *M. Wang, Y. Y. Wu, X. Y. Lan, J. S. Gao (China Univ. Petrol., Beijing, CN) [320]

E4.6   17:00   The use of conservative and reversibly-adsorbing, reactive tracers for constraining fracture surface areas in geothermal and shale-gas reservoirs. P. Rose (Univ. Utah, Salt Lake City, UT, US) [963]

E4.7   17:20   Sound control of the turbulent axisymmetric air jet suitable for application. *D. Cvetinovic, R. Jovanovic, J. Vejrazka1, J. Tihon1, K. Nakabe2, K. Tatsumi2 (Inst. Plant Prot. Envir., Beograd, RS; 1Inst. Chem. Proc. Fundam., Praha, CZ; 2Kyoto Univ., JP) [6]

E4.8   17:40   Simulation of microfluidic network system for oxygen transport in a engineered scaffold. S. Ramezani Bajgiran, *M. Saadatmand (Sharif Univ. Technol., Tehran, IR) [395]

E5 - Tuesday morning
Computer aided process engineering

Chairpersons: A. De Haan, J. Uebbing

E5.1     8:30   Keynote lecture: Exergy efficiency of power-to-methane processes using CO2 from anaerobic digestion. *J. Uebbing, L. K. Rihko-Struckmann, K. Sundmacher (Max-Planck-Inst., Magdeburg, DE) [835]

E5.2     9:10   World energy perspective: technology development of offshore systems. *S. Hwang, Y. Jo, S. Kwon, Z. Kim, S. Cho (Inha Univ., Incheon, KR) [203]

E5.3     9:30   A holistic data-based modular modeling concept for production plants with highly cross-linked utility systems. *F. Zapf, F. Pöllabauer, T. Wallek (Graz Univ. Technol., AT) [222]

E5.4     9:50   Economic feasibility of producing biodiesel from acidic oil using sulfuric acid and calcium oxide as catalysts. S. N. Gebremariam, *J. M. Marchetti (Norweg. Univ. Life Sci., As, NO) [311]

E5.5   10:10   Heat transfer problem for gypsum board products exposed to fire. *A. Aboltins, K. Pulkis, H. Kalis1, J. Skujans (Latvia Univ. Agric., Jelgava, LV; 1Univ. Latvia, Riga, LV) [29]

10:30   Coffee break, poster session

E5 - Tuesday morning
Special event

Chairperson: P. Klusoň

E5.6   11:00   Keynote lecture: Design driven innovation of products and processes - De Gruyter Lecture. A. B. de Haan (Delft Univ. Technol., NL) [1156]

E5 - Tuesday morning
Computer aided process engineering

Chairpersons: S. N. Gebremariam, Sungwon Hwang

E5.7   11:40   Simulation of postcombustion CO2 capture units and their integration in a process. Environmental impact of these units by life cycle assessment. *H. Anselmi, F. Patisson, O. Mirgaux, R. Bounaceur (Univ. Lorraine, Nancy, FR) [542]

E5.8   12:00   Multi-phase process simulation with thermochemical state properties. *P. Kangas, E. Paiva, P. Koukkari (VTT, Espoo, FI) [886]

E5.9   12:20   Short-cut statistical models for environmental impact assessment of bio-based processes at early design stages. P. Karka, *S. Papadokonstantakis1, A. C. Kokossis (Nat. Tech. Univ., Athens, GR; 1Chalmers Univ. Technol., Göteborg, SE) [988]

E6 - Tuesday afternoon
Computer aided process engineering

Chairpersons: R. Santiago, M. Willis

E6.1   14:00   A novel method for the parameter identification of large-scale hybrid semi-parametric models. *P. Rasiukas, M. J. Willis, C. J. O'Malley (Newcastle Univ., UK) [556]

E6.2   14:20   Analysis of the relationship of permeability in the particle packed bed by MPS method. *H. Kataoka, K. Kushimoto, S. Ishihara, J. Kano (Tohoku Univ., Sendai, JP) [294]

E6.3   14:40   Prediction of CFPP during diesel production. *A. Vráblík, R. Velvarská, K. Štěpánek, M. Pšenička, J. M. Hidalgo Herrador, R. Černý (Unipetrol Cent. Res. Educ., Záluží, CZ) [472]

15:20   Coffee break, poster session

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