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36 DONNERSTAG, 18. Juni Stand: 20. Februar 2015 Conclusio 2, CMF Fantasie 1, CMF Fantasie 2, CMF Hall 4.0, Europa Materials Corrosion and selection of plant materials Corrosion in cooling water systems G. Grötsch, H. Leonhard, TÜV SÜD Chemie Service GmbH, Frankfurt am Main/D Polyamines in the water-steam cycle of industrial power plants – alternative corrosion protection agents for optimized plant performance K. Cramer, J. Muenz, C. Brief, CWB Wasserbehandlung GmbH, Berlin/D Hands-on experience with the use of a passive layer testing pad H. Leonhard, TÜV SÜD Chemie Service GmbH, Frankfurt am Main/D; A. Burkert, J. Lehmann, BAM Federal Institute of Materials Research and Testing, Berlin/D Modern selections of plant materials of construction M. van den Broek, D. Farias Moreno, R. Spier, J.-W. Rensman, Fluor, Haarlem/NL Preliminary discussion and testing before operating F. Hingott, TÜV SÜD Chemie Service GmbH, Frankfurt am Main/D Continuous processing in pharmaceutical and fi ne chemicals production Keynote Lecture Panta rhei – continous-fl ow catalysis for the pharmaceutical and fi ne chemicals industries W. Leitner, RWTH Aachen Producing more with less – continuous fl ow reactors for the development of fl exible & sustainable production processes C. Wiles, Chemtrix BV, Geleen/NL Keynote Lecture Large-scale cGMP continuous manufacture of pharmaceuticals in practice: opportunities & pitfalls C. Stückler, DPx Fine Chemicals Austria GmbH & Co. KG, Linz/A Energy effi cient processes Energy effi cient chemical transformations The reformer steam iron process for hydrogen production G. Voitic, S. Nestl, V. Hacker, Graz University of Technology/A Process development for the direct synthesis of dimethyl ether A. Peschel, H. Schmaderer, N. Schödel, Linde AG, Pullach/D; J. Fendt, H. Klein, TU München, Garching/D Whole plant optimisation of ethylene production M. Matzopoulos, H. Mumtaz, B. de Groot, M. Patel, Process Systems Enterprise, London/UK ODC technology P. Hofmann, S. Köberle, ThyssenKrupp Electrolysis GmbH, Dortmund/D Energy effi cient processes in the polymer industry R. Kunkel, LIST AG, Arisdorf/CH Energy effi cient processes Energy effi cient unit operations Plastics pelletizing technology – energy effi ciency issues C. Makert, H. Müller, Automatik Plastics Machinery GmbH, Grossostheim/D A route to more sustainable processing: scale up of industrial microwave heating processes S. Kingman, P. Palade, C. Dodds, S. Ison, D. Irvine, University of Nottingham/UK Increase of energy effi ciency in horizontal mixers J. Schultz, C. Schmidthals, T. Meyer, Gebrüder Lödige Maschinenbau GmbH, Paderborn/D Open new opportunities of distillation columns through cyclic distillation technology B. Maleta, Maleta Cyclic Distillation LLC OÜ, Tallinn/EST; O. Bedruk, O. Shevchenko, National University of Food Technologies, Kiev/UA Costs and energy consumption for creating fi ne water droplets H. Lutz, Lechler GmbH, Metzingen/D Continuous processing in pharmaceutical and fi ne chemicals production Keynote Lecture From fl ow schemes to continuous processing – a new paradigm in the pharmaceutical industry H.-J. Federsel, AstraZeneca, Cheshire/UK Pharmaceutical production in fl ow – the toolbox! D.M. Roberge, P. Elsner, Lonza AG, Visp/CH Making chemistry fi t for fl ow and transforming it to intensifi ed end-to-end process design V. Hessel, G. Kolb, T. Noel, Q. Wang, Eindhoven University of Technology/NL Continuous crystallisation and manufacturing X. Ni, NiTech® Solutions Ltd, Edinburgh/UK Power to chemicals Ammonia as a storage medium of for fl uctuating energy sources, especially regenerative energy sources J. Johanning, ThyssenKrupp Industrial Solutions, Dortmund/D Power-to-liquids: synthetic fuels from a sustainable pathway R.-U. Dietrich, D. König, N. Baucks, A. Wörner, German Aerospace Center, Stuttgart/D Storage of excess power from renewables in chemicals using polygeneration IGCC gasifi cation plants C. Kiener, M. Fleischer, Siemens AG, Munich/D Tailored and superstructured foams as catalyst support for highly exothermic processes L. Kiewidt, J. Thöming, University of Bremen/D Comparison of biological and catalytic methanation for power-to-gas applications M. Götz, A. McDaniel Koch, F. Graf, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)/D 13:30 PLENARY LECTURE Chemical production for tomorrow´s challenges D. Van Meirvenne, Bayer Technology Services GmbH, Leverkusen/D 10:30 11:00 11:30 12:00 12:30 15:00 15:30 16:00 16:30 17:00


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