Combining process intensification-driven manufacture of microstructured reactors and process design regarding to industrial dimensions and environment : update on the results of the EU FP7 project CoPIRIDE

P. Löb, U. Krtschil, V. Hessel, J. Lang

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Abstract

The ultimate ambition of EU FP7 project CoPIRIDE ([1]; 16.9 Mio. € budget; 01.09.2009-28.02.2013), is to develop a new modular production and factory concept for the chemical industry using adaptable plants with flexible output for intensified processes. Key functional enabling units are new production-scale, mass-manufactured microstructured reactors as well as other integrated process intensification (PI) reactors realising integrated processes. This will lead to a substantial reduction in costs, resources and energy and notably improves the eco-efficiency. COPIRIDE focuses on five key issues for process intensification – catalysts, fabrication, reactors, plants, and processes.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of the 20th International Congress of Chemical and Process Engineering (CHISA 2012), 25-29 Augusts 2012, Prague, Czech Republic
Pages1-2
Publication statusPublished - 2012
Eventconference; 20th International Congress of Chemical and Process Engineering (CHISA 2012), 25-29 Augusts 2012, Prague, Czech Republic - Prague, Czech Republic
Duration: 25 Aug 201229 Aug 2012

Conference

Conferenceconference; 20th International Congress of Chemical and Process Engineering (CHISA 2012), 25-29 Augusts 2012, Prague, Czech Republic
Abbreviated titleCHISA 2012
CountryCzech Republic
CityPrague
Period25/08/1229/08/12
Other20th International Congress of Chemical and Process Engineering (CHISA 2012), 25-29 Augusts 2012, Prague, Czech Republic

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