Mesoscale Modeling in Chemical Engineering Part I

Mesoscale Modeling in Chemical Engineering Part I

by Elsevier Science


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ISBN-13: 9780128012475
Publisher: Elsevier Science
Publication date: 12/16/2015
Series: Advances in Chemical Engineering Series , #46
Pages: 388
Product dimensions: 6.10(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.90(d)

About the Author

Jinghai LI is Professor in Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS). He also serves as the VP of CAS and China Association of Science and Technology, VP of International Council for Science (ICSU) and the Executive VP of Chemical Industry and Engineering Society of China. He established the Energy-Minimization Multi-Scale (EMMS) model for gas-solid systems. The model has been extended to many different complex systems, and generalized into the EMMS paradigm of computation featuring the structural and logic similarity between problem, modeling, software and hardware, which has been implemented by constructing a supercomputer with capacity of 1 Pflops and has been used widely in chemical and energy industries. He is also engaged in research in clean coal technology. Currently, he is devoted to promoting the concept of mesoscience based on the EMMS principle of compromise in competition as an interdisciplinary science. He sits on editorial committees or international advisory boards for several international periodicals, such as Powder Technology, Advances in Chemical Engineering, Chemical Engineering Science, Reviews in Chemical Engineering, and Granular Metter. He is editor in chief of Particuology. He holds memberships from CAS (Chinese Academy of Sciences), TWAS (The Academy of Sciences for the Developing World) and STWA (Swiss Academy of Engineering), The Royal Academy of Engineering (RAEng), Australian Academy of Technological Sciences and Engineering (ATSE).

Guy B. Marin is professor in Chemical Reaction Engineering at Ghent University (Belgium) and directs the Laboratory for Chemical Technology. He received his chemical engineering degree from Ghent University in 1976 where he also obtained his Ph.D. in 1980. He previously held a Fulbright fellowship at Stanford University and Catalytica Associates (USA) and was full professor from 1988 to 1997 at Eindhoven University of Technology (The Netherlands) where he taught reactor analysis and design. The investigation of chemical kinetics, aimed at the modeling and design of chemical processes and products all the way from molecule up to full scale, constitutes the core of his research . He wrote a book “Kinetics of Chemical Reactions: Decoding Complexity” with G. Yablonsky (Wiley-VCH, 2011) and co-authored more than 300 papers in international journals. He is editor-in-chief of “Advances in Chemical Engineering”, co-editor of the “Chemical Engineering Journal” and member of the editorial board of “Applied Catalysis A: General” and Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research”. In 2012 he received an Advanced Grant from the European Research Council (ERC) on “Multiscale Analysis and Design for Process Intensification and Innovation (MADPII)”. He was selected to deliver the 2012 Danckwerts Memorial lecture. He chairs the Working Party on Chemical Reaction Engineering of the European Federation of Chemical Engineering and is “Master” of the 111 project of the Chinese Government for oversees collaborations in this field.

Table of Contents

  1. Unified Design Strategies for Particulate Products
  2. Wolfgang Peukert, Doris Segets, Lukas Pflug and Günter Leugering

  3. Multiscale Analysis of a Coating Process in a Wurster Fluidized Bed Apparatus
  4. Stefan Heinrich, Maksym Dosta and Sergiy Antonyuk

  5. Euler-Lagrange Modelling of the Hydrodynamics of Dense Multiphase Flows
  6. Johan T. Padding, Niels G. Deen, E. A. J. F. (Frank) Peters and J.A.M. (Hans) Kuipers

  7. Particle Scale Study of Heat Transfer in Packed and Fluidized Beds
  8. Qinfu Hou, Jieqing Gan, Zongyan Zhou and Aibing Yu

  9. Mesoscale Transport Phenomena and Mechanisms in Gas-Liquid Reaction Systems
  10. Ning Yang

  11. Meso-Scale Flow Structures and Fluid-Particle Interactions Harry E. A. Van den Akker

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