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Green Process Engineering : From Concepts to Industrial Applications

By: Poux, Martine.
Contributor(s): Cognet, Patrick | Gourdon, Christophe.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Hoboken : CRC Press, 2015Description: 1 online resource (470 p.).ISBN: 9781482208184.Subject(s): Engineering | Environmental management | Sustainable engineeringGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Green Process Engineering : From Concepts to Industrial ApplicationsDDC classification: 660.63 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Front Cover; Preface; Contents; List of Contributors; Introduction; Part 1: Tools for Green Process Engineering; Chapter 1: Green Process Engineering Design Methodology; Chapter 2: Process Optimization Strategies; Chapter 3: Representation and Modelling of Processes; Part 2: Technologies and Innovative Methods for Intensification; Chapter 4: Process Intensification by Miniaturization; Chapter 5: Multifunctional Reactors; Chapter 6: Ultrasound in Process Engineering; Chapter 7: Microwaves; Chapter 8: Intensification by Means of Formulation; Part 3: A New Generation of Processes
Chapter 9: Supercritical CO2, the Key Solvent for Sustainable ProcessesChapter 10: Ionic Liquids; Chapter 11: Water as Solvent and Solvent-free Reactions; Chapter 12: Electrochemical Processes for a Sustainable Development; Chapter 13: Photocatalytic Engineering; Chapter 14: Biocatalysis and Bioprocesses; Chapter 15: Catalysis Contribution to a Sustainable Chemistry; Back Cover
Summary: This book has been edited by Martine Poux, Patrick Cognet and Christophe Gourdon from the Laboratoire de Génie Chimique/ENSIACET, Toulouse. It presents an ensemble of methods and new chemical engineering routes that can be integrated in industrial processing for safer, more flexible, economical, and ecological production processes in the context of green and sustainable engineering.Different methods for improving process performance are dealt with, including: Eco-design and process optimization by systemic approaches New technologies for intensification Radical change of industrial processes v
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Front Cover; Preface; Contents; List of Contributors; Introduction; Part 1: Tools for Green Process Engineering; Chapter 1: Green Process Engineering Design Methodology; Chapter 2: Process Optimization Strategies; Chapter 3: Representation and Modelling of Processes; Part 2: Technologies and Innovative Methods for Intensification; Chapter 4: Process Intensification by Miniaturization; Chapter 5: Multifunctional Reactors; Chapter 6: Ultrasound in Process Engineering; Chapter 7: Microwaves; Chapter 8: Intensification by Means of Formulation; Part 3: A New Generation of Processes

Chapter 9: Supercritical CO2, the Key Solvent for Sustainable ProcessesChapter 10: Ionic Liquids; Chapter 11: Water as Solvent and Solvent-free Reactions; Chapter 12: Electrochemical Processes for a Sustainable Development; Chapter 13: Photocatalytic Engineering; Chapter 14: Biocatalysis and Bioprocesses; Chapter 15: Catalysis Contribution to a Sustainable Chemistry; Back Cover

This book has been edited by Martine Poux, Patrick Cognet and Christophe Gourdon from the Laboratoire de Génie Chimique/ENSIACET, Toulouse. It presents an ensemble of methods and new chemical engineering routes that can be integrated in industrial processing for safer, more flexible, economical, and ecological production processes in the context of green and sustainable engineering.Different methods for improving process performance are dealt with, including: Eco-design and process optimization by systemic approaches New technologies for intensification Radical change of industrial processes v

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