Intensified Reaction Processes
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This online course provides learners with a basic understanding of process intensification (PI) principles applied to reaction processes and spans the topic from a basic introduction of PI principles to emerging intensified reactor concepts. In this 4-hour course, you'll gain a fundamental introduction to basic PI principles as well as the intensification of reactive processes from a fundamental engineering perspective as well as a business perspective. Additionally, you'll learn about the intensification of reactive processes via the intensification of both heat and mass transfer. Finally, you'll review novel modes of energy transfer and activation of chemical reactions (such as radiation or electrochemical activation).
Götz Veser is Nickolas DeCecco Professor of Chemical Engineering at the University of Pittsburgh. He holds a Diploma in chemical engineering from the University of Karlsruhe, and a PhD in physical chemistry from the Fritz Haber Institute, Berlin (Germany). Following a Feodor-Lynen Postdoctoral Fellowship at the University of Minnesota, he held positions at the University of Stuttgart and at the Max-Planck-Institute for Coal Research (both in Germany), before joining the University of Pittsburgh in 2002.
Dr. Veser’s research is focused on catalytic reaction engineering and process...Read more
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