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To discuss the tremendous effects of multiscale phenomena in multiphase process engineering, researchers from all over the world are invited to participate. The symposium calls for the submission of abstracts (Deadline 30 March 2020) describing original works on modern nano-, micro- and macro-scale aspects of multiphase process engineering and related topics. The papers are to contain information on research rationale, methodology, results and major conclusions. Applied papers from industries engaged in multiscale phenomena in multiphase process, particularly those addressed to draw strong scientific needs, are especially welcomed.
- Please use the Template to correctly format your contribution.
- Enter the author list (author and co-author/s) and affiliations in the same order as in your abstract. Please note: DECHEMA will not make any adjustments regarding the author information. The information will be used for the conference documents as given.
- The selection of the presentations (lectures and poster) will be based on the review of the abstracts by the Scientific Committee. Please prepare 1-2 pages (incl. figures, max. size 1 MB). The abstract should explicitly mention objectives, new results and conclusions or significance of the work. Accepted abstracts will be published for all conference participants in a book of abstracts (PDF). The congress language is English.
Deadline for abstract submission is 30 March 2020.
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Multiscale multiphase process engineering involving bubble, drop and particle dispersion systems related to
- Fundamentals including hydrodynamics and mass and heat transfer properties
- Advanced measurement and experimental techniques
- Computational fluid dynamics (CFD) and simulation
- Micro- and nano-dispersion systems, microreactors and nanotechnology
- Multiphase reaction, catalytic reaction engineering and bioreactors
- Multiphase flow aspects of bubble columns, extraction columns, loop reactors, fluidized beds
- Applications including innovative reactor design, novel reactor configurations and advanced energy and environmental systems etc.
- Bubble-particle three-phase flow
- Fine bubbles
All accepted contributions will appear in an e-book. The e-book will be made available to participants during registration at the symposium. After peer review, a limited number of original contributions will be published later in the special issue of the Journal of Chemical Engineering & Technology.