Process intensification for scaleable chemical production

Summary

Our research projects in this area combine advanced process design, process innovation, process modelling, and pilot scale operations.

Supervisor(s)

Emeritus Professor Brian Haynes

Research Location

Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering

Program Type

N/A

Synopsis

Process intensification means effecting processes in a much smaller volume than is currently possible. In our research, we combine radical process intensification with novel designs to enable us to create new chemical processes that are highly efficient and economical at small and large scale. This scaleable technology is suitable for the distributed manufacture of chemicals and is already being deployed commercially for hydrogen production.

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Keywords

process intensification; process innovation; distributed manufacture; miniaturisation

Opportunity ID

The opportunity ID for this research opportunity is: 379

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