Multiphase Catalytic Reactors: Theory, Design, Manufacturing, and Applications
Wiley | Chemical Engineering | July 5 2016 | ISBN-10: 1118115767 | 400 pages | pdf | 21.03 mb
by Zeynep Ilsen ├ľnsan (Author), Ahmet Kerim Avci (Author)
This book combines all aspects of multiphase catalytic reactors from modeling and design to their applications in industrial manufacturing of chemicals.
The single irreplaceable component at the core of a chemical process is the chemical reactor where feed materials are converted into desirable products. The impact of heterogeneous catalysis is significant in this respect since petroleum refining, chemicals manufacturing and environmental clean-up, which are the three major areas of the world economy today, all require the effective use of solid catalysts. Multiphase Catalytic Reactors: Theory, Design, Manufacturing and Applications is a comprehensive up-to-date compilation on multiphase catalytic reactors.
The book covers topics starting from the first principles involved in macro-kinetic analysis of two- and three-phase catalytic reactors to their particular industrial applications. The main objective is to provide definitive accounts on academic aspects of multiphase catalytic reactor modeling and design along with detailed descriptions of some of the most recent industrial applications employing multiphase catalytic reactors.
Organized in six parts Multiphase Catalytic Reactors features:
Principles of Catalytic Reaction Engineering
Two-Phase Catalytic Reactors
Three-Phase Catalytic Reactors
Essential Tools of Reactor Modeling and Design
Industrial Applications of Multiphase Reactors
The topics covered in individual chapters of this comprehensive book are written by leading experts in the field, and the book will serve as an excellent reference source for professors, graduate students, researchers and specialists both in academia and in industry.
Zeynep Ilsen ├ľnsan received her B.Sc degree (1968) in chemical engineering from former Robert College (now Bogazici University), Istanbul-Turkey, and her Ph.D. degree and D.I.C. (1972) in chemical engineering and heterogeneous catalysis from Imperial College, London-UK. She pioneered in establishing heterogeneous catalysis research in Turkey at Bogazici University, directed several sizeable research and institution-building projects, and has 40 years of teaching and research experience in heterogeneous catalysis and chemical reaction engineering and 25 years of research collaboration and teaching in bioreaction engineering. Dr. ├ľnsan is a professor of chemical engineering at Bogazici University and has 85 research papers including 74 articles in SCI journals and a book chapter coauthored with Dr. Avci on reactor design for fuel processing.
Ahmet Kerim Avci received BS, MS and PhD degrees in chemical engineering from Bogazici University in 1996, 1997 and 2003, respectively. He worked as an R&D manager in Procter & Gamble, Brussels-Belgium. In 2005, he joined chemical engineering department of Bogazici University, where he is currently a full professor. He is the leader of numerous research projects funded by governmental institutes and industry, and is the author of more than 25 papers in refereed SCI journals. He is the holder of Distinguished Young Scientist Fellowship (Turkish Academy of Sciences, 2009), Excellence in Research Award (Bogazi├ži University Foundation, 2010), Eser Tumen Outstanding Achievement Award for Young Scientists (2011) and Prof. Mustafa N. Parlar Research Incentive Award (2011).
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