Chemical Micro Process Engineering. 2 Volume Set

  • ID: 2183688
  • Book
  • 1393 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Micro process engineering is approaching both academia and industry. With the provision of micro devices and systems by commercial suppliers, one main barrier for using these units has been eliminated.

This work focuses on processes rather than on devices: what is ′before′ and ′behind′ micro device fabrication – and gives a comprehensive and detailed overview on

– A multi–faceted, hierarchic analysis of chemical micro process technology

– Modelling and simulation of micro reactors

– Liquid– and liquid/liquid–phase reactions

– Gas/liquid reactions

– Gas–phase reactions (heterogeneous catalysis)

– Plants and applications like mixing, emulsion formation, heat exchange, organic and inorganic synthesis, multiphase and gas phase processes, periodic concentration and temperature cycling, catalyst screening, fine–chemical production, cosmetic, food, and others.

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VOLUME 1

A MULTI–FACETED, HIERARCHIC ANALYSIS OF CHEMICAL MICRO PROCESS TECHNOLOGY

Micro Reactor Differentiation and Process Intensification

Consequences of Chemical Micro Processing

Physical and Chemical Fundaments

Impact on Chemical Engineering

Impact on Process Engineering

Impact on Process Results

Impact on Society and Ecology

Impact on Economy

Application Fields and Markets for Micro Reactors

MODELLING AND SIMULATION OF MICRO REACTORS

Flow Phenomena on the Microscale

Methods of Computational Fluid Dynamics

Flow Distributions

Heat Transfer

Mass Transfer and Mixing

Reaction Kinetics and Modelling

Free Surface Flow

Flow in Porous Media

GAS–PHASE REACTIONS

Catalyst Coatings in Micro Channels

Micro Reactors for Gas–Phase Reactions

Oxidations

Hydrogenations

Dehydrogenations

Substitutions

Eliminations

Additions and Coupling Reactions

LIQUID– AND LIQUID/LIQUID–PHASE REACTIONS

Micro Reactors for Liquid–Phase and Liquid/Liquid–Phase Reactions

Aliphatic Nucleophilic and Electrophilic Substitution such as Esterification, Acylation of Amines, Thiocyanation, and much more

Aromatic Electrophilic and Nucleophilic Substitution such as Nitrations, Amino–de–halogenations, Diazo Chemistry, and much more

Metal–catalyzed Aromatic Substitution such as Suzuki and Sonogashira Couplings, and more

Free Radical Substitution such as Alkane Nitration

Addition to Carbon–Carbon and Carbon–hetero Multiple Bonds such as the Michael Addition, the Diels–Alder–Reaction, the Aldol Reaction, and much more

Oxidations and Reductions

Eliminations and Rearrangements

Inorganic Reactions such as the Belousov–Zhabotinskii–Reaction, Complex Formations, and much more

GAS/LIQUID CONTACTING

Micro Reactors for Gas/Liquid Contacting

Aromatic Electrophilic Substitution such as Direct Fluorinations

Free Radical Substitution such as Alkane Fluorinations and Chlorinations

Addition to Carbon–Carbon and Carbon–hetero Multiple Bonds such as Nitro–group Hydrogenation, Cycloalkane Hydrogenation, and more

Oxidations and Reductions such as Alcohol Oxidation, Photo Diels–Alder Reactions, and more

Inorganic Reactions such as Sulfite Oxidation

VOLUME 2

MIXING OF MISCIBLE FLUIDS

Mixing in Micro Spaces –

Drivers, Principles, Designs and Uses

Active Mixing

Passive Mixing

MICRO STRUCTURED FUEL PROCESSORS FOR ENERGY GENERATION

Outline and Definitions

Factors Affecting the Competitiveness of Fuel Processors

Design Concepts of Micro Structured Reactors for Fuel Processing Applications

Micro Structured Test Reactors for Fuel Processing

Combustion in Micro Channels as Energy Source for Fuel Processors

Micro Structured Reactors for Gas Purification (CO Clean–up)

Integrated Micro Structured Reactor Fuel Processing Concepts

Comparison of Micro Structured Fuel Processor Systems with Conventional Technologies

Fabrication Techniques for Micro Structured Energy Generation Systems

Catalyst Coating Techniques for Micro Structures and Their Application in Fuel Processing

CATALYST SCREENING

Introduction

Catalyst Preparation Methodology

Parallel Batch Screening Reactors

Screening Reactors for Steady Continuous Operation

Reactors for Transient/Dynamic Operation

Computational Evaluation Methods

MICRO STRUCTURED REACTOR PLANT CONCEPTS

Micro Reactor or Micro Structured Reactor Plant (MRP)

Applicable Principles for MRP Design

Process Conception and Economics

Early Concepts for MRP Design

Fluidic and Electrical Interconnects –

Device–to–Device and Device–to–World

Table–top Laboratory–scale Plants

Hybrid Plants

Mobile Plants

Production Plants

Plant Installations and Supplier–specific Assemblies

Process Management

Process Engineering

New Processes for Cost–efficient Reactor Manufacturing
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From reviews to the project proposal:

′Dr. Hessel is regarded as one of the top three international experts in this field.′

(Ronald S. Besser, Louisiana Tech University, USA)

′... There is no book with such a strong engineering focus on the market. All authors are internationally known for their work ...′

(S.J. Haswell, University of Hull, UK)

′The authors are leading in this field and have an outstanding international reputation.′

(Dr. Handa, BP Chemicals, UK)

′The reputation of the authors is very high, they are leading experts in the area of microtechnology.′

(Dr. Bayer, Siemens Axiva, Frankfurt/M., Germany)

′The authors are recognized and competent experts on the topic of microtechnology.′

(Prof. Hönicke, TU Chemnitz, Germany)

"Besides being practical and informative, it′s also a book a chemical engineer might have on his or her coffee table."

Dr. Gerald S. Ondrey

"In conclusion this is an excellent, comprehensive summary of the state–of–the–art in micro reactors and should be read by all process chemists and engineers interested in the field. ... every industrial library involved in process R&D and chemical manufacture should purchase a copy."

Dr. Trevor Laird, Organic Process Research & Development

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