Chemical Reactor Technology for Environmentally Safe Reactors and Products by Hugo de LasaChemical Reactor Technology for Environmentally Safe Reactors and Products by Hugo de Lasa

Chemical Reactor Technology for Environmentally Safe Reactors and Products

byHugo de LasaEditorG. Dogammau, A. Ravella

Paperback | October 8, 2012

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Chemical reactor engineering, as a discipline, has a central role to play in helping with the development of adequate strategies and technologies that can deal effectively with the concerns of today's society, which are increasingly becoming attuned to the environment. The current challenge is how to adapt present processes and products to meet more rigorous environmental standards.
Chemical Reactor Technology for Environmentally Safe Reactors and Products addresses these issues in three parts: I -- Fuels of the Future and Changing Fuel Needs; II -- Alternative Sources; III -- Emission Control, Chemical Reactor Safety and Engineering. Attention is also paid, throughout the text, to the fundamental technological aspects of reactor engineering and to possible strategies for bridging knowledge gaps.
Title:Chemical Reactor Technology for Environmentally Safe Reactors and ProductsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:642 pagesPublished:October 8, 2012Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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Preface; H.I. de Lasa. I: Fuels of the Future and Changing Fuel Needs. How should Environmentally Benign Gasolines be Formulated? A. Ravella. Oxygenates as Gasoline Blending Components; G.L. Harting, H. Shannon. Engineering of Fluidized Catalytic Crackers; D. King. Scientific Aspects of Novel Catalysts for FCC; A.W. Peters, W-C Cheng, T.G. Roberie. Novel Techniques for FCC Catalyst Selection and Kinetic Modelling; H.I. de Lasa, D.W. Kraemer. Mixing Patterns in a Novel Riser Simulator; A. Pekediz, D.W. Kramer, J. Chabot, H.I. de Lasa. Chemical Aspects of Clean Fuels Production; P.H. Schipper, A.V. Sapre, Q.N. Le. II: Alternative Sources. Evaluation of Direct Methane Conversion Processes; J.C.W. Kuo. Engineering Aspects of the Conversion of Natural Gas into Middle Distillates; M.M.G. Senden, S.T. Sie, M.F.M. Post, J. Ansorge. Steam Reforming Opportunities and Limits of the Technology; J. Rostrup-Nielsen, I. Dybkjaer, L.J. Christiansen. Oxidative Coupling of Methane for the Utilization of Natural Gas; M. Baerns. Dysprosium Oxide for Oxidative Coupling of Methane; O. Altin, I. Onal, T. Dogammau, J.B. Butt. Ultrapyrolysis of Heavy Oils: Reaction Kinetics and Reactor Technology; F. Berruti, L.A. Behie. Bubble Column Reactors: Some Recent Developments; M.P. Dudukovic, N. Devanathan. Strategies for Low Emissions from Circulating Fluidized Bed Boilers; F. Berruti, R. Wong. Kinetic Modeling of Complex Processes. Thermal Cracking and Catalytic Hydrocracking; G.F. Froment. Engineering of Hydrotreating Processes; P. Trambouze. III: Emission Control, Chemical Reactor Safety and Engineering. Thermal Sensitivity and Runaway in Chemical Reacting Systems; G. Cao, M.Morbidelli, A. Varma. Kinetics of Capture of Sulfur Dioxide and Applications to Flue Gas Desulfurization; G. Doğu, T. Doğu. Removal of SO2 with Lime Slurry in a Spray Dryer; G. Doğu, G. Ölmez, T. Doğu. Engineering Aspects of Recirculating Fluidised Bed Combustion; C. Brereton, J.R. Grace, C.J. Lim, J. Zhu. Application of a Monte Carlo Method to the Solid Flow Pattern Visualization in CFB; B.P.A. Grandjean, J. Chaouki. Modelling Catalytic Monoliths for Automobile Emission Control; J.P. Leclerc, D. Schweich. Photocatalytic Processes for Destruction of Organic Water Contaminants; E. Pelizzetti, C. Minero, E. Pramauro. Heterogeneous Photocatalytic Degradation of the Cationic Surfactants Cetyldimethylbenzylammonium Chloride and Cetylpyridinium Chloride; I. Poulios, A. Avranas. Progress in the Development of Chlorofluorcarbon (CFC) Alternatives; J.J. Lerou, L.E. Manzer. Index.