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Parametric sensitivity in chemical systems
Preface 1. Introduction 2. Introduction to sensitivity analysis 3. Thermal explosion in batch reactors 4. Runaway in tubular reactors 5. Parametric sensitivity in continuous-flow stirred tank…
Optimal operation of simulated moving bed units for nonlinear chromatographic separations
A Model Relating Structure of Colloidal Gels to Their Elastic Properties
A scaling model relating the microscopic structure parameters of colloidal gels to their macroscopic elastic properties is proposed. This model allows one to estimate the fractal dimension in any…
A simple model for the structure of fractal aggregates.
Induction of mammalian cell death by simple shear and extensional flows
- Timm Tanzeglock, M. Šoóš, G. Stephanopoulos, M. Morbidelli
- Biology, EngineeringBiotechnology and bioengineering
- 1 October 2009
It is shown that mammalian cells, indeed, distinguish between discrete types of flow and respond differently, and threshold values at which cells enter the respective death pathway should be avoided when culturing cells for recombinant protein production to enhance culture longevity and productivity.
Hydrodynamic radius of fractal clusters.
Robust design of binary countercurrent adsorption separation processes
The separation of a binary mixture, using a third component having intermediate adsorptivity as desorbent, in a four section countercurrent adsorption separation unit is considered. A procedure for…
Kinetics of Ring-Opening Polymerization of l,l-Lactide
The ring-opening polymerization of l,l-lactide with 2-ethylhexanoic acid tin(II) salt as catalyst, and 1-dodecanol as cocatalyst, is investigated at temperatures ranging from 140 to 180 °C and…
Sorption and swelling of semicrystalline polymers in supercritical CO2
The equilibrium sorption and swelling behavior of four different polymers—poly(methyl methacrylate), poly(tetrafluoroethylene), poly(vinylidene fluoride), and the random copolymer…
A continuous multicolumn countercurrent solvent gradient purification (MCSGP) process
A novel multicolumn solvent gradient purification process (MCSGP‐process) is introduced, which combines two chromatographic separation techniques, which are solvent gradient batch and continuous countercurrent SMB.