22-26 August 2004, Prague - Czech Republic
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Lectures A

A1 - Monday morning
Reaction engineering

Chairpersons: F. Pla, J. Kosek

A1.1     8:30   Improved kinetic data from product analysis: A chemometrical approach. *Kubicka D., Ronnholm M., Salmi T., Murzin D. Y. (Abo Akad. Univ., FI) [592]

A1.2     8:50   A new method of processing the time-concentration data of reaction kinetics. Yeow Y. L., *Wickramasinghe S. R.1, Han B. B., Leong Y. K. (Univ. Melbourne, AU; 1Colorado State Univ., Fort Collins CO, US) [169]

A1.3     9:10   Chemical reaction analyses of anhydride-cured epoxy resins. Chian W., *Timm D. C.1 (S. Dakota Sch. Mines, Rapid City SD, US; 1Univ. Nebraska, Lincoln NE, US) [1678]

A1.4     9:30   Multi-cycles reduction and oxidation of CuO particles in the chemical-looping combustion. Chahma F., *Roux S., Bensakhria A., Antonini G. (UMR CNRS, Compiegne, FR) [1624]

9:50   Coffee break, plenary lecture

A1.5   11:10   Keynote lecture: A modelling framework based on population balances for optimum operation and advanced control of emulsion polymerization. Alhamad B., Romagnoli J. A., *Gomes V. G. (Univ. Sydney, AU) [1292]

A1.6   11:50   Modelling of the elaboration of high impact polyamide blends synthesis by reactive extrusion. Rached R., Hoppe S., *Pla F. (LSCG, Nancy, FR) [644]

A1.7   12:10   Degassing of porous particles of semi-crystalline polyolefins. *Novak A., Bobak M., Kosek J. (Inst. Chem. Technol., Praha, CZ) [1034]

A2 - Monday afternoon
Reaction engineering

Chairpersons: R. Buchholz, P. Hasal

A2.1   14:00   Development of a monolithic bioreactor: carbon ceramic composites as carriers for enzyme immobilization. *de Lathouder K. M., Kapteijn F., Moulijn J. A. (Delft Univ. Technol., NL) [527]

A2.3   14:20   The insect cell - an effective expression system. *Buchholz R., Huebner H. (Univ. Erlangen-Nuremberg, DE) [1314]

15:00   Coffee break, poster session

A2.6   16:00   Lipase catalysed synthesis of biotensides from renewable sources. *del Amor Villa E. M., Wichmann R. (Univ. Dortmund, DE) [275]

A2.7   16:20   Influence of media formulation on the productivity of the bioinsecticide nematode Steinernema carpocapsae, during the monoxenic liquid production. Batalla-Mayoral J., Rodriguez-Hernandez A.-I., *Chavarria-Hernandez N. (Univ. Aut. Estado Hidalgo, Tulancingo, MX) [599]

A2.8   16:40   Study of dextran enzymatic synthesis using maltose as acceptor: yield and molecular weight. *Rodrigues S., Lona L. M. F.1, Franco T. T.1 (Univ. Fed. Rio Grande, Natal, BR; 1Univ. Campinas, BR) [108]

A2.9   17:00   Production of fructooligosaccharides catalyzed by immobilized fructosyl transferase. *Csanadi Z., Sisak C. (Univ. Veszprem, HU) [1137]

A3 - Tuesday morning
Symposium on microreaction technology for process development and production

Chairpersons: H. Viljoen, D. Snita

A3.1     8:30   New plant concepts using methods based on microchemical engineering. *Kirschneck D., Kober M., Wojik A.1, Marr R.1 (Microinnova, Graz, AT; 1Tech. Univ. Graz, AT) [657]

A3.2     8:50   Micro reactor for selective oxidation of CO in low power fuel cell applications. *Cominos V., Hessel V., Hofmann C., Kolb G., Zapf R., Delsman E.1, de Croon M.1, Schouten J.1 (Inst. Mikrotech., Mainz, DE; 1Eidhoven Univ. Technol., NL) [268]

A3.3     9:10   The usage of microreaction technology in liquid-liquid extraction processes. *Wojik A., Kirschneck D.1, Kober M., Marr R. (Univ. Technol. Graz, AT; 1Microinnova, Graz, AT) [416]

A3.4     9:30   Mathematical modelling of ionic micro- and nano-systems. *Snita D., Postler T., Lindner J., Pribyl M., Kosek J., Marek M. (Inst. Chem. Technol., Praha, CZ) [626]

9:50   Coffee break, plenary lecture

A3.5   11:10   Experiments with micro- and nanostructurized systems under influence of an external electric field. Slouka Z., *Lindner J., Postler T., Snita D. (Inst. Chem. Technol., Praha, CZ) [565]

A3.6   11:30   Principles of rapid polymerase chain reactions: mathematical modeling and experimental verification. *Viljoen H. (Univ. Nebraska, Lincoln, US) [1403]

A3.7   11:50   Application of laboratory micro-reactor in theoretical and applied technological research of steam cracking. *Zamostny P., Belohlav Z., Herink T. (Inst. Chem. Technol., Praha, CZ) [895]

A3.8   12:10   Effects of convection on spatiotemporal solutions in a model of a cross-flow reactor. *Travnickova T., Kohout M., Schreiber I., Kubicek M. (Inst. Chem. Technol., Praha, CZ) [391]

A3.9   12:30   Modelling of automotive catalytic converters for diesel engines. *Kryl D., Koci P., Kubicek M., Marek M., Maunula T.1, Harkonen M.1 (Inst. Chem. Technol., Praha, CZ; 1Kemira Ecocat Catalyst R&D, Oulu, FI) [1230]

A4 - Tuesday afternoon
Reaction engineering

Chairpersons: R. Pohorecki, M. Marek

A4.1   14:00   Numerical simulations of non-isothermal gas absorption with an exothermic reaction. *Pohorecki R., Moniuk W., Molga E. (Warsaw Univ. Technol., PL) [90]

A4.2   14:20   Nonlinear dynamics in reactor separator systems. Zeyer K. P., Kulkarni A. A., *Kienle A.1 (Max-Planck Inst. Dyn. Kompl. Tech. Syst., Magdeburg, DE; 1O. von Guericke Univ., Magdeburg, DE) [312]

A4.3   14:40   Investigation of methanol synthesis under transient and steady-state conditions. *Vollbrecht B., Seidel-Morgenstern A. (Otto-von-Guericke Univ., Magdeburg, DE) [608]

A4.4   15:00   Application of transient methods in three-phase catalysis: Asymmetric catalytic hydrogenation. *Toukoniitty E., Maki-Arvela P., Warna J., Salmi T., Murzin D. Y. (Abo Akad. Univ., FI) [335]

15:20   Coffee break, poster session

A4.5   16:00   An approximate solution for a transient two phase-CSTR with non-linear kinetics. *Valdes Parada F. J., Ochoa Tapia J. A. (Univ. Aut. Metrop. Iztapalapa, Mexico, MX) [93]

A4.6   16:20   Modelling of CO oxidation in digitally reconstructed porous Pt/gamma-Al2O3 catalyst. *Koci P., Stepanek F.1, Kubicek M., Marek M. (Inst. Chem. Technol., Praha, CZ; 1Imperial Coll. Sci., London, UK) [430]

A4.7   16:40   How to avoid the modelling of interfacial mass transfer in the presence of chemical reactions and interfacial mass transfer effects. Salmi T., *Warna J., Kangas M., Musakka N. (Abo Akad. Univ., FI) [884]

A4.8   17:00   Dynamical regimes in two mass-coupled CSTRs with a chemical pH-oscillatory reaction. *Pesek O., Schreiberova L., Schreiber I. (Inst. Chem. Technol., Praha, CZ) [540]

A4.9   17:20   A mathematical model for deactivation of methanol synthesis catalyst by sintering. Sahebdelfar S., *Kazemeini M.1 (Nat. Iran. Pet. Co.,Tehran, IR; 1Sharif Univ. Technol., Tehran, IR) [445]

A5 - Wednesday morning
Reaction engineering

Chairpersons: T. Salmi, V. Tukac

A5.1     8:30   The interaction of chemical reactions and transport: Combined reactors and exchangers. *Churchill S. W. (Univ. Pennsylvania, Philadelphia PA, US) [1336]

A5.2     8:50   Spouted bed reactors for upgrading of wastes. Aguado R., Prieto R., *Gonzalez P., Arabiourrutia M., Olazar M., Bilbao J. (Univ. Pais Vasco, Bilbao, ES) [278]

A5.3     9:10   Hydrogenation of Citral: Slurry or Monolith?. *Mikkola J.-P., Bernechea J. M., Aumo J., Murzin D. Y. (Abo Akad. Univ., FI) [427]

A5.4     9:30   Residence time distribution of solids in a fluidized bed fuel reactor of a chemical-looping combustion prototype. *Kronberger B., Loffler G., Hofbauer H. (Vienna Univ. Technol., Wien, AT) [1166]

A5.5     9:50   Different configurations and upscaling of two-zone fluidized bed reactor for selective oxidation of butane to maleic anhydride. Gascon J., Tellez C., Herguido J., *Menendez M. (Univ. Zaragoza, ES) [1082]

10:10   Coffee break

A5.6   10:50   Selective oxidation of olefins by molecular oxygen in a structured reactor. *Lapkin A., Bozkaya B., Plucinski P. (Univ. Bath, UK) [1347]

A5.7   11:10   Modelling of radiant fields in flat heterogeneous photoreactors. Brucato A., Cassano A. E.1, Grisafi F., Montante G.2, *Rizzuti L., Vella G. (Univ. Palermo, IT; 1INTEC, Santa Fe, AR; 2Univ. Bologna, IT) [1380]

A5.8   11:30   Selectivity of wet oxidation in trickle-bed reactor at periodical operation. *Tukac V., Chyba V., Hanika J. (Inst. Chem. Technol., Praha, CZ) [365]

A5.9   11:50   Vortex centrifugal multiphase reactor. *Kuzmin A. O., Parmon V. N., Pravdina M. K.1, Yavorsky A. I.2, Yavorsky N. I.1 (Boreskov Inst. Catal., Novosibirsk, RU; 1Inst. Thermophys., Novosibirsk, RU; 2Novosibirsk State Tech. Univ., RU) [779]

A5.11   12:30   Non-oxidative non-catalytic methane conversion to high molecular weight hydrocarbons using dielectric barrier discharge reactor. *Tarverdi M. H., Mortazavi Y., Khodadadi A.-A., Mohajerzadeh S. S. (Univ. Tehran, IR) [958]

A5.12   12:50   Modeling and application of the continuous two impinging streams reactors in heterogeneous liquid-liquid reactions. *Sohrabi M., Zareikar B. (Amirkabir Univ. Technol., Tehran, IR) [153]

A6 - Wednesday afternoon
Reaction engineering

Chairpersons: D. Y. Murzin, B. Bernauer

A6.1   14:00   Heterogeneous photocatalytic degradation of gaseous trichloroethylene: experimental data and new kinetic model. *Demeestere K., De Visscher A.1, Dewulf J., Van Leeuwen M., Van Langenhove H. (Ghent Univ., BE) [258]

A6.2   14:20   Kinetics of n-butane skeletal isomerization over Pt-H-mordenite. Nieminen V., *Kangas M., Salmi T., Murzin D. Y. (Abo Akad. Univ., FI) [418]

A6.3   14:40   Kinetic modelling of ethane and propane gas phase oxidative dehydrogenation. *Machli M., Boudouris C., Lemonidou A. A. (Aristotle Univ. Thessaloniki, GR) [612]

A6.4   15:00   Production of conjugated linoleic acid by heterogeneous catalysis - kinetic modeling. *Bernas A., Holmbom B., Salmi T., Murzin D. Y. (Abo Akad. Univ., FI) [816]

15:20   Coffee break, poster session

A6.5   16:00   Reaction intermediates in selective catalytic reduction of NO by propene in the presence of excess oxygen over Pt-loaded zeolite catalysts. *Huuhtanen M. E., Rahkamaa-Tolonen K.1, Maunula T.1, Keiski R.-L. (Univ. Oulu, FI; 1Ecocat Oy, Oulu, FI) [1186]

A6.6   16:20   Oxidation of chlorinated volatile organic compounds (CVOCs) in a bubble column photochemical reactor. In search for a cost-effective reactor design. *Alibegic D., Tsuneda S., Hirata A. (Waseda Univ., Tokyo, JP) [1103]

A6.7   16:40   Single step H2S removal using chelated iron solution: reaction kinetics and reactor modeling. *Tavasoli A., Ghalbi Ahangari M., Karimi A., Bakhtiary H. R., Khodagholi M. A. (Res. Inst. Pet. Ind., Tehran, IR) [719]

A6.9   17:20   Kinetics of the esterification reaction of acetic acid with butanol over Amberlyst 15 catalyst. Mallalah F., Ali S., *Mahdi K. (Kuwait Univ., KW) [1004]

A7 - Thursday morning
Reaction engineering

Chairpersons: B. M. Vogelaar, F. Stepanek

A7.1     8:30   How do HDS catalysts work? New insights in reaction mechanism and active phase using quasi in-situ FTIR. *Vogelaar B. M., van Langeveld A. D., Eijsbouts S.1, Moulijn J. A. (Delft Univ. Technol., NL; 1Akzo Nobel Chem., Amsterdam, NL) [88]

A7.2     8:50   Pd-Ag/SiO2 and Pd-Cu/SiO2 cogelled xerogel catalysts for selective hydrodechlorination of 1,2-dichloroethane into ethylene. *Lambert S., Ferauche F., Brasseur A., Pirard J.-P., Heinrichs B. (Univ. Liege, BE) [64]

A7.3     9:10   Nanostructured La-Cr perovskite catalysts for diesel soot combustion. *Fino D., Russo N., Saracco G., Specchia V. (Politech. Torino, IT) [653]

A7.4     9:30   Effective transport properties of the reconstructed porous catalyst carriers. Salejova G., *Kosek J., Nevoral V., Solcova O.1, Schneider P.1 (Inst. Chem. Technol., Praha, CZ; 1Inst. Chem. Proc. Fundam., Praha, CZ) [930]

A7.5     9:50   Investigating the role of pore structure and hydroxyl characteristics on selectivity in enantioselective hydrogenation reactions. *Steiner P., Mantle M. D., Dummer N.1, Hutchings G. J.1, Gladden L. F. (Univ. Cambridge, UK; 1Cardiff Univ., UK) [172]

10:10   Coffee break

A7.6   10:50   Deactivation of microporous catalysts during non-oxidative methane aromatization. *Fila V., Spatenka S., Bernauer B., Sobalik Z.1 (Inst. Chem. Technol., Praha, CZ; 1J. Heyrovsky Inst. Phys. Chem., Praha, CZ) [1265]

A7.7   11:10   Pt-containing polymeric catalytic systems in direct L-corbose oxidation to 2-keto-L-gulonic acid. Lakina N., *Sulman E. M., Matveeva V., Sidorov S.1, Valetsky P.1, Tsvetkova L.1, Bronstein L.2 (Tver Tech. Univ., RU; 1Inst. Organoelem. Compds., Moskva, RU; 2Indiana Univ., Bloomington IN, US) [193]

A7.8   11:30   A study on the effect of various promoters on the characteristics of Cu/ZnO/Al2O3 catalyst. Khosravi M. Y., *Ashrafizadeh S. N., Feyzi F. (Iran Univ. Sci. Technol., Tehran, IR) [224]

A7.9   11:50   Synthesis and application of nanophase nickel ferrite catalysts. *Lin K.-S., Kuo C.-L., Kuo I.-F. (Yuan-Ze Univ., Chung-Li, TW) [319]

A7.10   12:10   Oxidative dehydrogenation of propane over zeolite catalyst in fixed-bed reactor. *Wojcik W., Jagielska E., Mostowicz R., Sadoska T., Dyczewski M., Szarlik S. (Ind. Chem. Res. Inst., Warszawa, PL) [259]

A7.11   12:30   Optimization of direct conversion of methane to methanol in a catalytic fixed bed reactor. *Vafadjoo L., Sohrabi M.1 (Azad Univ., Tehran, IR; 1Amirkabir Univ., Tehran, IR) [174]

A8 - Thursday afternoon
Reaction engineering

Chairpersons: J. Dudas, J. Hanika

A8.1   14:00   Intensified ring hydrogenation processes. *Haringa H. (Davy Process Technology, Pratteln, CH) [89]

A8.2   14:20   Sequential hydroprocessing (SHP) for diesel upgrading. *Galiasso T. R. (Univ. Simon Bolivar, Miranda, VE) [65]

A8.3   14:40   Pyrolysis of HDPE in the 450-700 oC range. *Gonzalez P., Aguado R., Prieto R., Olazar M., Bilbao J. (Univ. Pais Vasco, Bilbao, ES) [279]

A8.4   15:00   Improved industrial process of high-octane hydrocarbon and oxygenated motor fuel production. *Pisarenko E. V., Ban A. G., Pisarenko V. N., Novikov M. E., Gordeev L. S. (Mendeleev Univ. Chem. Technol., Moskva, RU) [591]

15:20   Coffee break, poster session

A8.5   16:00   Test reactions for industrial naphtha reforming catalysts characterisation: comparative behaviour between Sn or Re addition to Pt/Al2O3 catalyst. *Inarra B., Gonzalez-Marcos M. P., Guil J. M.1, Gutierrez-Ortiz M. A. (Univ. Pais Vasco, Bilbao, ES; 1Inst. Rocasolano, Madrid, ES) [745]

A8.6   16:20   Hydrogenation of thymol in a trickle bed reactor. *Dudas J., Hanika J.1, Lepuru J., Barhuysen M. (Bio/Chemtek CSIR, Modderfontein, ZA; 1Inst. Chem. Proc. Fundam., Praha, CZ) [1073]

A8.9   17:00   Catalytic reforming with high activity catalyst. Kadhum A.-A. S., *Oun M. A. B., Al-Halluj M. M. (Azzawiya Oil Ref. Co., LY) [486]

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