Special Issue "Multi-Scale Analysis of Advanced Catalytic Systems"
A special issue of Catalysts (ISSN 2073-4344).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 30 September 2019
Dr. Hamid Reza Godini
Eindhoven University of Technology, Department of Chemical Engineering and Chemistry, Membranes and Membrane Reactors Research Group, Helix-west, Eindhoven, Netherlands
Technische Universität Berlin, Chair of Process Dynamic & Operation, Straße des 17. Juni 135, Sekr. KWT-9, D-10623 Berlin, Germany
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Interests: Process integration and intensification; Membrane and membrane reactors; Catalyst and reactor engineering; Separation and reactive separation systems
Prof. Dr. Fausto Gallucci
Eindhoven University of Technology, Department of Chemical Engineering and Chemistry, Inorganic Membranes and Membrane Reactors Research Group, Room 1.45, Helix-west, Eindhoven, Netherlands
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Interests: Process design and intensification; Membrane and membrane reactors; Separation technologies
For better analyzing the performance of catalytic processes, chemists, material engineers and chemical-process engineers should work together to simultaneously analyzing the prevailing phenomena from meso-scale all the way to the macro-scale.
In this special issue “Multi-scale analysis of advanced catalytic systems”, the applied analysis methodologies and the case study-processes, specially the novel and advanced individual and integrated catalytic systems, will be discussed. Such analysis usually comprised characterizing the catalytic systems, including dual catalysts, and their reaction performance indicators. Dimensional analysis, transport phenomena, separation potential, reaction kinetic etc. are the aspects to be also taken into analysis in such context in terms of their impacts on the technical/ecological/economic performance of the system.
Analysis of different types of reactive systems from standard fixed-bed reactor up to integrated reactive-separation systems for co-feed or distributed feeding systems in a single or multiphase gas/liquid heterogeneous catalytic structures are covered in this special issue. The focus of the conducted researches can be on the catalyst, reactor, reactive-separation, process integration and intensification etc. Therefore, research articles covering these areas in catalytic systems are very welcome for being evaluated and included in this Special Issue of Catalysts.
Dr. Hamid Reza Godini
Prof. Fausto Gallucci
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- Multi-scale performance analysis
- Integrated reactive system
- Single and dual catalyst
- Membrane reactor
- Reactive separation system
- Heterogeneous catalyst characteristics
- Reactor engineering
- Process analysis