Reaction Calorimetry in the Chemical Industry - METTLER TOLEDO

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Reaction Calorimetry in the Chemical Industry

Applications of Reaction Calorimetry in the Chemical Process Industry

This webinar focuses on applications and the importance of mixing and reaction calorimetry in the chemical process industry. A series of industrial case studies on the fundamentals of scale-up are presented.

During this presentation on mixing and reaction calorimetry, Ray Machado provides guidance and shares his experience on broad technical topics, including:

  • Scale-up of Chemical Reactions
  • Mass and Heat Transfer
  • Applied Reaction Calorimetry
  • Hydrogenation
  • Propoxylation
  • Oxidation
  • Polymerization
Ray Machado PhD, Air Products & Chemicals, Inc., rm2 Technologies LLC
37 Minutes
English

Reaction calorimetry evaluates the heat discharged from a physical process or chemical reaction under process-like environments and delivers information on the kinetics of the reaction and thermochemistry.

Who Should View This Presentation?

  • Chemical Engineers and Chemists in the Chemical, Petrochemical and Pharmaceutical industries as well as Academia.

Your Presenter
Ray Machado is president of rm2 technologies LLC, a company focused on teaching the application of mixing technology. He is also employed by Air Products and Chemicals, Inc. where he serves as a senior consultant specializing in gas-liquid reaction engineering. He has managed a number of technical development and applications teams and has experience in applied reactor engineering, scale-up of chemical reaction processes, mass transfer, heat transfer, and reaction calorimetry.   Ray received a Ph.D. in chemical engineering from the University of Wisconsin, Madison. He has served as a part-time instructor at Lehigh University and currently teaches industrial courses on the fundamentals of scale-up.  He holds 17 patents, has collaborated on 17 publications. 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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