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12:30 13:00 13:30 14:00 14:30 19 Hall 4.0, Europa http://kongress.achema.de (Das Programm wird laufend aktualisiert) DIENSTAG, 16. Juni 10:30 PANEL DISCUSSION Bioökonomie in der Shale-Gas-Falle? Moderation: K. Wagemann, DECHEMA e.V., Frankfurt/D Teilnehmer: G.K. Kalkoffen, ExxonMobil Central Europe Holding GmbH, Hamburg/D, W. Büchele, Linde AG, Munich/D, E. Weinberg, Commerzbank AG, Frankfurt/D, H. Zinke, BRAIN AG, Zwingenberg/D Harmonie 4, CMF Harmonie 5, CMF Conclusio 1, CMF Mixing and separation Extraction Purifi cation of active ingredients: a transfer from batch to countercurrent multicolumn chromatography processes C. Textor, U. Maschke, F. Sander, KNAUER Wissenschaftliche Geräte GmbH, Berlin/D; T. Mueller-Spaeth, ChromaCon AG, Zurich/CH CFD-based design of gravity separators for the phase separation of liquid-liquid dispersion R. Jesse, M. Castano Martinez, L. Reinecke, Franken Filtertechnik KG, Huerth/D Disc supported Taylor-Couette fl ow in liquid-liquid exctraction E. Aksamija, M. Siebenhofer, University of Technology Graz/A Continuous enantioseparation in miniaturized extraction columns – equilibrium studies and process development A. Holbach, N. Kockmann, TU Dortmund/D Removal of Cd(II) and Co(II) from sulphate medium using a newly synthesized calix4arene derivatives K. Belhamel, University of Bejaia/DZ; A. Casnati, University of Parma/I Mixing and separation Fluid-fl uid Development of an optimisation approach for structured packings based on numerical investigations A. Olenberg, E.Y. Kenig, University of Paderborn/D Scale up methodology for fi ne chemical industry – the infl uence of the mixing in the process M. Bentolila, VisiMix Ltd., Jerusalem/IL and The Hebrew University of Jerusalem/IL Challenges in designing large scale production units in the cosmetic and healthcare industry A. Lukas, EKATO SYSTEMS GmbH, Schopfheim/D New techniques for optimising periodic adsorption process operation M. Matzopoulos, M. Patel, B. de Groot, H. Mumtaz, Process Systems Enterprise, London/UK Sizing of fl uid particles in multiphase systems – an overview S. Maaß, SOPAT GmbH, Berlin/D; M. Kraume, TU Berlin/D Bionics@work Biomimetics is a strategy to transfer principles of the living nature on technical constructions and processes. Well-known examples are functional surfaces and fl uiddynamic shapes. Besides actual applications in lightweight and automation engineering scientists and innovative companies direct their focus more and more towards topics like swarm intelligence, organization and management. The lecture programme „Bionics@work“ again presents fascinating issues of research and development. It is realized in partnership with “Hessen- Nanotech”, “DECHEMA“ and “Bionik-Netzwerk Hessen“. Bionics@work Part II Detailed programme will be available at www.achema.de/congressplanner Integrated chemical processes in liquid multiphase systems* Hydroformylation of long chain olefi ns and renewables using TMS systems: design of new reaction systems in laboratory scale T. Gaide, A.J. Vorholt, A. Behr, TU Dortmund/D Hydroformylation of long chain olefi ns and renewables using TMS systems: Process development in miniplant scale T. Gaide, J. Dreimann, A. Behr, A.J. Vorholt, TU Dortmund/D Surfactant-based multiphase systems as reaction media: process concept for the rhodium-catalyzed hydroformylation of 1-dodecene T. Pogrzeba, R. Schomäcker, TU Berlin/D Hydroformylation in microemulsions on a mini-plant scale: operation challenges and solution approaches M. Illner, D. Müller, E. Esche, R. Schomäcker, G. Wozny, TU Berlin/D Hydroformylation in a Pickering emulsion D. Stehl, A. Carl, K. Gawlitza, R. von Klitzing, TU Berlin/D; T. Skale, A. Drews, HTW Berlin/D; L. Hohl, M. Kraume, T. Hamerla, R. Schömäcker, TU Berlin/D Integrated chemical processes in liquid multiphase systems* Mass transfer in micellar three phase reaction systems N. Paul, T. Pogrzeba, T. Hamerla, R. Schomäcker, M. Kraume, TU Berlin/D Drop size distributions in stirred micellar multiphase systems L. Hohl, M. Kraume, TU Berlin/D Membrane fi ltration of w/o Pickering emulsions T. Skale, A. Drews, HTW Berlin/D; M. Kraume, D. Stehl, R. von Klitzing, TU Berlin/D Process control strategies and identifi cation of kinetic parameters based on dynamic optimization M. Gerlach, M.M. Kaiser, University of Magdeburg/D; B. Hentschel, G. Kiedorf, Max Planck Institute for Dynamics of Complex Technical Systems, Magdeburg/D; A. Jörke, University of Magdeburg/D; C. Hamel, University of Magdeburg/D and University of Applied Sciences, Köthen/D; A. Seidel-Morgenstern, K. Sundmacher, University of Magdeburg/D and Max Planck Institute for Dynamics of Complex Technical Systems, Magdeburg/D FSOPT – a tool for early stage process synthesis utilizing experiments, equation-based models and optimization J. Steimel, S. Engell, TU Dortmund/D * Organised by Collaborative Research Center/Transregio 63, supported by Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft – DFG 15:00 15:30 16:00 16:30 17:00


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