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|Title:||Application of microfluidics in process intensification|
|Author:||Santana, Harrson S.|
Lopes, Mariana G. M.
Silva, Joao L., Jr.
Taranto, Osvaldir P.
|Abstract:||Is it possible to miniaturize a chemical plant? Some strategies, such as the process intensification, sustain that the advancements in equipment and production techniques could substantially decrease the equipment size/production capacity ratio, energy consumption and waste generation, resulting in more economic and sustainable operations and consequently reducing the chemical plant size. However, large reductions of equipment volume represent a major challenge for the conventional technologies. In this context, Microfluidics represents a promising technology in the field of system miniaturization. Accordingly, the present research evaluated the concept of process intensification and its relationship with Microfluidics. Initially, the definition and the classification of process intensification were described, following by the explanation of the Microfluidics, highlighting scale-up strategies and examples using miniaturized systems. Afterward, a methodology for miniaturized devices development for process intensification using numerical simulations was shown. Finally, the conclusions are exposed|
|Editor:||Walter de Gruyter GmbH|
|Appears in Collections:||FEQ - Artigos e Outros Documentos|
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