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|Title:||Simulated moving bed adsorptive reactor: modeling, simulation and operation of a SMBR pilot plant|
Loureiro, José M.
|Keywords:||Simulated moving Bed Reactor|
Modeling and simulation
|Publisher:||American Institute of Chemical Engineers|
|Citation:||Pais, L.S.; Leão, C.P.; Loureiro, J.M.; Santos, M.; Rodrigues, A.E. (1996) - Simulated moving bed adsorptive reactor: modeling, simulation and operation of a SMBR pilot plant. In AIChE: Annual Meeting. Chicago, USA.|
|Abstract:||Adsorptive separations are becoming increasingly important in chemical industry. The simulated moving bed technology (SMB) developed by UOP has been used for various separations, namely the recovery of p-xylene from a mixture of C8 isomers (PAREX) or the separation Glucose/Fructose in the SAREX process. More recently flue technology has been introduced in the area of tine chemicals and pharmaceuticals by leading companies SEPAREX and UOP|
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