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Kacker, R. (author)
The principal objective of the research focuses on the intensification of the batch and continuous crystallization processes through enhanced nucleation control, proper plug flow conditions in continuous tubular crystallizers and development of advanced image analysis based PAT tool for process monitoring.
Nucleation control is addressed...
doctoral thesis 2018
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Fernandez de la Fuente, J. (author)
The global energy challenges along with global warming are regarded as the most important issues faced by humankind in the 21st century. A fossil fuels-based energy economy cannot support the rapidly increasing world energy demand in a sustainable manner. Hence, the development and implementation of alternative solutions to the use of fossil...
doctoral thesis 2017
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Krintiras, G. (author)
To meet the increasing need for protein-rich food of an ever growing population, plant-based proteins are being utilized in meat products as replacements for animal-based proteins. Legumes such as soy can serve as an alternative protein source, by featuring both high protein content (36%) and protein functionality (gelation). Nowadays various...
doctoral thesis 2016
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Komorowska-Durka, M. (author)
Utilizing microwave irradiation, a fundamentally different method of the energy transfer, to the chemical process units can potentially be advantageous compared to the conventional heating, inter alia due to the selective nature of interaction of the microwaves with the matter. This doctoral dissertation addresses some of the aspects associated...
doctoral thesis 2015
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Soare, A. (author)
The scope of this thesis is to study new methods for control of the most important phenomena in crystallization processes: nucleation and crystal growth. In order to achieve this, novel process equipment, which utilize alternative driving forces, were developed. It was proven that primary nucleation for solution crystallization can be controlled...
doctoral thesis 2014
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Kulkarni, S. (author)
Crystallization is an essential step in many processes in chemical industries, ranging from bulk chemicals to special products. It is a separation and purification technique that results in a solid particulate product, which is generally preferred in the pharmaceutical industry. The crystal product quality is determined by the specific crystal...
doctoral thesis 2014
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Sturm, G.S.J. (author)
Ever since the first experiments nearly three decades ago, microwave enhanced chemistry has received incessant scientific attention. Many studies report improved process performance in terms of speed and conversion under microwave exposure and therefore it is recognized as a promising alternative method of process activation. It has also raised...
doctoral thesis 2013
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Durka, T. (author)
Due to the quest for more efficient production processes both from the energy and selectivity point of view, microwave irradiation has attracted significant scientific attention over the last three decades, as an alternative means of chemical activation. Over this period, striking process benefits, such as higher conversions and selectivities...
doctoral thesis 2013
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Radacsi, N. (author)
Crystallization is one of the oldest separation and product formation techniques that continues to be in use today. Despite its long history, it only started to develop significantly in the past few decades. In this thesis, the application of Process Intensification in crystallization is investigated. Process Intensification is a set of often...
doctoral thesis 2012
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Kadam, S.S. (author)
Batch crystallization is commonly used in pharmaceutical, agrochemical, specialty and fine chemicals industry. The advantages of batch crystallization lie in its ease of operation and the relatively simple equipment that can be used. On the other hand a major disadvantage associated with it is the inconsistent and usually poor product quality....
doctoral thesis 2012
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Altman, E. (author)
The application of electromagnetic irradiation in form of microwaves (MW) has gathered the attention of the scientific community in recent years. MW used as an alternative energy source for chemical syntheses (microwave chemistry) can provide clear advantages over conventional heating methods in terms of reaction time, yield and selectivity....
doctoral thesis 2011
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Budhysutanto, W.N. (author)
Layered Double Hydroxides (LDH) is a unique group of clays that have an anionic exchange capability. This research explored the hydrothermal method as an alternative method to synthesize Mg-Al LDH. It is a simple and more environmentally friendly compared to the conventional method of co-precipitation. Furthermore, depending on the synthesis...
doctoral thesis 2010
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