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«FIRST INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON PROCESS INTENSIFICATION & MINIATURISATION IN BIOLOGICAL, CHEMICAL, ENVIRONMENTAL AND ENERGY CONVERSION TECHNOLOGIES ...»

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FIRST INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM

ON

PROCESS INTENSIFICATION

&

MINIATURISATION

IN

BIOLOGICAL, CHEMICAL, ENVIRONMENTAL AND

ENERGY CONVERSION TECHNOLOGIES

18 – 21 August 2003

Organized by:

Co-organized by:

http://www.ncl.ac.uk/pimsym 1

TECHNICAL PROGRAM IN BRIEF

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday August 18, 2003 August 19, 2003 August 20, 2003 August 21, 2003 REGISTRATION Foyer A 8:30-9:30 (OWR) Room A 9:30-10:00 Plenary Room A 10:00-10:40 Workshop-I Room A 11:00-17:40 BioTech-I Room B 11:00-12:40 Separation-I Room B 14:00-15:40 BioTis Room B 16:00-17:40 BioTech-II Room A 9:00-10:10 Keynote Room A 10:10-10:40 Separation-II Room B 9:00-10:40 Microreactors-I Room A 11:00-12:40 Env. Tech.-I Room B 11:00-12:40 Energy-I Room A 14:00-15:40 Workshop-II Room B 14:00-17:30 Energy-II Room A 16:00-17:40 Microreactors-II Room A 9:00-10:40 Particle Tech. Room B 9:00-10:40 Chemical Reactor-I Room A 11:00-12:40 Env. Tech.-II Room B 11:00-12:

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MONDAY, August 18, 2003 8:30 – 9:30 → Foyer A: REGISTRATION WITH COFFEE 9:30 – 10:00 → Room A: OPENING AND WELCOMING REMARKS (OWR) Chair: Prof. Ian Fells G. Akay, PIM Symposium Chair T.B. Reed, PIM Symposium Honorary Chair J. Morris, Head of School, Newcastle University

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11:00 – 12:40 Richard Brook, Director, Business Development, NaREC – “The New and Renewable Energy” Barrie Brass, The Carbon Trust – “Towards the Low Carbon Economy” Charlie Henderson, Future Forests – “Carbon Neutral Newcastle – Developing a Low-carbon City” 12:40 – 14:00 Lunch Break Chair: Richard Maddison 14:00 – 15:40 Professor Keith Scott, University of Newcastle – “Update on Fuel Cell Technologies” Dr Murat Dogru, University of Newcastle – “Small-scale Biomass Gasification” John Nicholas, Biofuels Corporation “Commercial Synergies – The Development of the Biodiesel Sector in the North East of England” 15:40 – 16:00 Refreshment Break 16:00 – 17:40 Professor Galip Akay University of Newcastle – “Integrated – Intensified Biomass Based Energy Technology” Final Discussion and Closing Remarks 19:30 – 22:30 Welcoming Reception Dinner

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CATALYZED ESTERIFICATION REACTIONS BY LIPASE ENCAPSULATED IN SODIUM BIS (2ETHYHEXYL) PHOSPHATE (NADEHP) REVERSE MICELLE, Pichasiree Thientaworn, Pomthong Malakul, Chintana Saiwan, and Erdogan Gulari, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok Thailand, The University of Michigan, Michigan, USA (on page 3) APPLICATION OF BIOSORPTION FOR PENICILLIN G REMOVAL, Özlem Tunç, Zümriye Aksu, Hacettepe University, Ankara, Turkey (on page 4) 12:40 – 14:00 Lunch Break → Room B: CHEM. TECH. (Separation-I)

ON EFFICIENCY INCREASE OF DIETHYL PHTHALATE ESTER SYNTHESIS BY USING SILICA

HYDROPHILIC PERVAPORATION MEMBRANES, Zenon Koszorz, Zenon Ziobrowski, Roman Krupiczkal, Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland (on page 6)

SURFACTANT RECOVERY FROM WATER USING A MULTISTAGE FOAM FRACTIONATOR: PART III

NONIONIC SURFACTANT, S. Boonyasuwat, S. Chavadej, P. Malakul & J.F. Scamehorn, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand, University of Oklahoma, USA (on page 7) CORRUGATED MEMBRANES FOR ELECTRODIALYSIS, N. Tzanetakis & K. Scott, University of Newcastle upon Tyne, Newcastle upon, UK (on page 8) 15:40 – 16:00 Refreshment Break → Room B: BIOMEDICAL / TISSUE ENG. (BioTis)

Chair:

16:00 – 17:40

THE USE OF MICROCELLULAR POLYHIPE POLYMERS (PHP) AS IN VITRO SCAFFOLDS FOR

OSTEOBLASTIC CELL GROWTH. M.A. Bokhari, M.A. Birch and G. Akay, University of Newcastle, UK (on page 9)

FAILURE ANALYSIS OF IMPLANT MATERIALS USED IN ORTHOPAEDIC APPLICATIONS, B.Aksakal,

O. S.Yıldırım, H.Celik and A. Okur, Atatürk University, Turkey (on page 10)

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CUTTLEFISH BACKBONES AS A NEW GRAFT MATERIAL: AN EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON RABBITS,

Okumus Z., Yildirim O.S., Aksakal B., Yildirim M., Gursan N. Okur, Atatürk University, Turkey (on page 12) 19:30 – 22:30 Welcoming Reception Dinner TUESDAY, August 19, 2003 → Room A: BIOTECHNOLOGY-II

PROCESS OF ESTERS HYDROLYSIS IN ENZYME GEL LAYER IMMOBILISED ON POLYMERIC

MEMBRANE, A. Trusek – Holownia, Wroclaw University of Technology, Wroclaw, Poland (on page 14) PREPARATION AND BIODEGRADATION OF STARCH/POLYCAPROLACTONE FILMS, Hülya Yavuz and Ceyhun Babaç, Hacettepe University, Turkey (on page 15)

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10:40 – 11:00 Refreshment Break → Room A: CHEM. TECH. (Microreactors-I)

Chair:

11:00 – 12:40

ASSESSMENT OF HIGH-PERFORMANCE COMPACT MICRO BARE-TUBE HEAT EXCHANGERS FOR

ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT COOLING, N. Kasagi, N. Shikazono, Y. Suzuki & T. Oku, The University of Tokyo, Japan, Nissan Motor Co., Ltd., Japan (on page 17)

EFFECT OF CATALYST PREPARATION METHODS ON THE PERFORMANCE OF A





MICROSTRUCTURED FALLING FILM REACTOR IN NITROBENZENE HYDROGENATION, Kay Kin

Yeong, Asterios Gavriilidis, Ralf Zapf and Volker Hessel, University College London, UK, Institut für Mikrotechnik Mainz GmbH, Germany (on page 18)

ANALYSIS OF MASS TRANSFER AND CHEMICAL REACTION IN A MESH MICROREACTOR, C.

Amador, P. Angeli, A. Gavriilidis, J. Shaw, D. Wenn, University College London, UK, Central Research Laboratories, UK (on page 19)

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KINETIC ANALYSIS OF STEAM-METHANE REFORMING REACTION IN AN AUTOMATIC CATALYTIC

MICROREACTOR, M. Levent, D.J. Gunn & M.A. El-Bousiffi, Atatürk University, Turkey, Univ. Wales of Swansea, Wales, UK (on page 21) 12:40 – 14:00 Lunch Break → Room A: ENERGY-I

Chair:

14:00 – 15:40 WOODGAS STOVES FOR DEVELOPING COUNTRIES, Thomas B. Reed, The Biomass Energy Foundation, USA (on page 22)

CLEAN BIO-FUEL PRODUCTION FROM SEWAGE SLUDGE FOR FUTURE APPLICATIONS OF FUEL

CELLS, A. Midilli, O.F. Calkan, M. Dogru, G. Akay and C.R. Howarth, Nigde University, TURKEY, University of Newcastle, UK (on page 23) CRUDE OIL – BRINE INTERACTIONS OF POLAR NON-HYDROCARBONS, B. Bennett, J. M. Allinson and S. R. Larter, The University, Newcastle, UK (on page 24)

GASIFICATION OF MUNICIPAL SOLID WASTE (MSW) A MOVE TOWARDS A SUSTAINABLE WORLD,

Akram M, Dogru M and Akay G., University of Newcastle upon Tyne, UK (on page 25) THE COMBUSTION OF BIOMASS WASTES IN FLUIDISED BEDS, I. Gulyurtlu, P. Abelha, D. Boavida, & I.

Cabrita, DEECA-INETI, Portugal (on page 26) EXERGY ANALYSIS OF ENERGY CONVERSION SYSTEMS, V. Nikulshin, M. Bailey, V. Nikulshina, Odessa National Polytechnic Univ., U.S. Military Academy, USA, Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden (on page 27) 15:40 – 16:00 Refreshment Break → Room A: ENERGY-II DEVELOPMENT OF AN INTENSIFIED BIODIESEL PRODUCTION PROCESS, A.P. Harvey, M.R.

Mackley and R.L. Skelton, University of Cambridge, UK (on page 29)

THE HYDROGENATION OF PROPENE ON RH CATALYST WITH SUPPORTED IONIC LIQUID, Nikolay

Basov, Keith Scott, Roshan Jachuck, Neil Winterton, Cait Davies, University of Newcastle-upon Tyne, UK, University of Liverpool, UK (on page 30)

GASIFICATION OF SUGAR CANE BAGASSE FOR POWER PRODUCTION USING A THROATED

DOWNDRAFT GASIFIER, Andrea Jordan, Murat Dogru, S. M. Haile and Galip Akay, Barbados Light and Power Company Limited, Barbados, University of Newcastle-upon Tyne, UK (on page 31)

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INTEGRATION OF BIOMASS GASIFICATION WITH PEM FUEL CELL, H. Olgun, A. Ersoz, S. Ozdogan, M. Tırıs, F. Akgun, TUBITAK Marmara Research Center and Marmara University, Turkey (on page 33) 19:30 – 22:30 Symposium Banquet → Room B: CHEM. TECH. (Separation-II)

EFFECT OF ADSORPTION AND PH-DEPENDENT DISSOCIATION ON THE VELOCITY FIELD IN

CAPILLARY ELECTROCHROMATOGRAPHY, M. Paces, U. Tallarek, A. Seidel-Morgenstern, J. Kosek, M.

Marek, Institute of Chemical Technology, Czech Republic, Otto-von-Guericke University, Germany, Max Planck Institute for Dynamics of Complex Technical Systems, Germany (on page 35)

TRANSPORT OF Hg2+ THROUGH SUPPORTED LIQUID MEMBRANE USING CALIX[4]ARENE

DERIVATIVES AS CARRIER, H. K. Alpoguz, S. Memon, M. Ersoz and M. Yilmaz, Pamukkale University, Turkey, Texas Tech University, USA, Selçuk University, Turkey (on page 36)

FLUORIDE REMOVAL BY DONNAN DIALYSIS WITH ANION EXCHANGE MEMBRANE, F. Durmaz, H.

Kara, Y. Cengeloglu and M. Ersoz, Selcuk University, Turkey (on page 37)

EFFECT OF RECOVERY AND FEED TEMPERATURE ON THE QUALITY AND QUANTITY OF

DESALTED WATER FOR VARIOUS TYPES OF REVERSE OSMOSIS MEMBRANES- CASE STUDY,

Abdul Sattar kahdim, Alaa’ Abdulrazaq Jassim, Secretary National Committee For Technology Transfer, Iraq, University of Basrah, Iraq (on page 38) 10:40 – 11:00 Refreshment Break → Room B: ENV. TECH.-I

Chair:

11:00 – 12:40

A POLYMER RECOVERY PROCESS IN POLYELECTROLYTE-ENHANCED ULTRAFILTRATION

(PEUF) FOR CHROMATE WASTEWATER TREATMENT, C. Soponvuttikul, C. Saiwan & J.F.

Scamehorn, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand, University of Oklahoma, USA (on page 39)

NON-STATIONARY OPERATED NOX STORAGE AND REDUCTION CONVERTERS WITH MULTIPLE

CATALYSTS, Petr Koci, Milan Kubicek, Milos Marek, Prague Institute of Chemical Technology, Czech Republic (on page 40)

SURFACTANT-ENHANCED REGENERATION OF GRANULAR ACTIVATED CARBON USED IN

REMOVAL OF A VOLATILE ORGANIC COMPOUND, Pipop Thamtharai, John F. Scamehorn, Pramoch Rangsunvigit, and Pomthong Malakul, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand, University of Oklahoma, USA (on page 41)

OPTIMIZATION OF DISSOLUTION OF ULEXITE IN WATER SATURATED WITH SO2, Ö.Küçük, M. M.

Kocakerim and A. Yartaşı, Atatürk University, Turkey (on page 42)

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14:00 – 15:40 Dr Tim Harper, CMP-Cientifica - “Developments in Nanotechnology” Professor G Akay, University of Newcastle - “Microporous Catalyst Support with Nano-structure” Discussion Period 15:40 – 16:00 Refreshment Break 16:00 – 17:30 Richard J. Carter, Business Development Manager INEX, University of Newcastle - “UK and European Nanotechnology R&D Programme” Jerel Whittingham, Business Dev. Director-CENAMPS “Speeding small-scale technologies to market”.

Panel Discussion 19:30 – 22:30 Symposium Banquet WEDNESDAY, August 20, 2003 → Room A: CHEM. TECH. (Microreactors-II)

PROCESS INTENSIFICATION BY REACTIVE STRIPPING IN MONOLITH REACTORS, T.J.

Schildhauer, F. Kapteijn, J.A. Moulijn, Technical University Delft, The Netherlands (on page 44) MINIATURISED TOMOGRAPHY SYSTEMS FOR PROCESS INTENSIFICATION, Tin Nguang Phua and T.A. York, UMIST, UK (on page 45)

DATA ANALYSIS AND MODELLING OF SPINNING DISC POLYMERISATION FROM MINIMAL DATA,

K. Novakovic, K. Boodhoo, E.B. Martin and A.J. Morris, University of Newcastle, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK`(on page 46)

TOPOGRAPHIC CHARACTERIZATION OF ULTRATHIN SILICA FILM GROWN ON MICA BY

ADMICELLAR POLYMERIZATION OF TETRA-N-BUTOXYSILANE, W. Saphanuchart, C. Saiwan & J. H.

O’Haver, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand, University of Mississippi, USA (on page 47)

REVERSIBLE PHOTOCHEMICAL CONTROL OF VISCOSITY WITH PHOTOCHEMICAL SWITCHING,

Hideki Sakai, Youichi Orihara, Tetsuo Saji, Masahiko Abe, Tokyo University of Science, Japan, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan (on page 49) THE MANUFACTURE OF MICRO CAPILLARY POLYMER FILM EXTRUSIONS, B. Hallmark and M.R.

Mackley, University of Cambridge, UK (on page 50)

COMPARISON OF EXPERIMENTALLY MEASURED EFFECTIVE TRANSPORT PROPERTIES OF

POROUS MEDIA WITH TRANSPORT PROPERTIES OF RECONSTRUCTED POROUS STRUCTURES,

G. Salejova, Z. Grof, J. Kosek, M. Marek, O. Solcova, P. Schneider, Prague Institute of Chemical Technology, Czech Republic, Academy of Sciences, Czech Republic (on page 51) 12:40 – 14:00 Lunch Break → Room A: CHEM. TECH. (Chemical Reactor-II)

Chair:

14:00 – 15:40 Keynote Address: THERMODYNAMIC ANALYSIS OF ONE- AND TWO-STAGE CRUDE OIL DISTILLATION SYSTEMS, Husain Al-Muslim and Ibrahim Dincer, ARAMCO, Saudi Arabia, University of Ontario Institute of Technology, Canada (on page 52) A NOVEL ADSORPTION-ENHANCED MOVING BED REACTOR, O.O.Akinyegun, W. R. Paterson & D.

M. Scott, University of Cambridge, UK (on page 53)

REACTOR CONCEPT FOR IMPROVED HEAT INTEGRATION IN AUTOTHERMAL PROCESSES –

APPLICATION TO METHANOL REFORMING, T.J. Schildhauer, K. Geissler, Paul Scherrer Institut, Switzerland (on page 54) A NOVEL METHOD OF INTENSIFYING MICROMIXING USING A RUSHTON TURBINE, M. Assirelli, W.

Bujalski, A. W. Nienow, A. Eaglesham, The University of Birmingham, UK, Huntsman Polyurethanes, Belgium (on page 55) 15:40 – 16:00 Refreshment Break → Room A: CHEM. TECH. (Catalysis)

Chair:

16:00 – 17:40

SELECTIVE CATALYTIC OXIDATION OF CO IN THE PRESENCE OF H2:EFFECT OF SUPPORT ON

GOLD CATALYST, A. Luengnaruemitchai, D. T. K. Thoa, S. Osuwan & E. Gulari, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand, The University of Michigan, USA (on page 56)

PREPARATION AND PHOTOCATALYTIC ACTIVITY OF TITANIA PARTICULATE FILMS WITH

MESOPOROUS SILICA AS BINDER, Hirobumi Shibata, Hideki Sakai, Masahiko Abe, Tokyo University of Science, Japan (on page 57)

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OXIDATIVE REMOVAL OF ETHYLENE BY A MULTISTAGE PLASMA REACTOR IN THE PRESENCE



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