Advances in Chemical Engineering
- Guy B. Marin, Ghent University, Belgium
Areas covered include discussing in depth an important example of experimental techniques. Coming from the medical world, Magnetic Resonance techniques can now provide even quantitative answers to problems our community is faced with. The modeling issue is discussed further. Finally, the limitations of the classic reactor engineering models are outlined.
Chemical engineers, materials scientists, bioengineers, biologists and biomedical scientists.
- Published: October 2005
- Imprint: ACADEMIC PRESS
- ISBN: 978-0-12-008530-9
Table of ContentsChapter 1. A review of multiscale analysis: examples from systems biology, materials engineering, and other fluid-surface interacting systems (D. Vlachos).
Chapter 2. Quantifying physics and chemistry at multiple length-scales using magnetic resonance techniques (L.F. Gladden et al.).
Chapter 3. Modelling of transport and transformation processes in porous and multiphase bodies (M. Marek et al.).
Chapter 4. Spatially averaged multiscale models for chemical reactors (V. Balakotaiah, S. Chakraborty).