Process Intensification – Readings

Course subject(s) Distallation and dividing-wall column Energy I Energy II Light in PI Philosophy and basics of PI Rotating Fluidized Beds Spatial domain Spatial domain Synergy I The Bhopal case study Time domain


The book used for the course isĀ “Re-Engineering the Chemical Processing Plant: Process Intensification” by A. Stankiewicz and J.A. Moulijn (Marcel Dekker, 2004). A. Stankiewicz is also one of the lecturers during the course. The book is manly used as a guideline for the case study. Most of the information should be obtained on the basis of the lectures and the assignment, the book is a good information source for the assignment though. During the course there were also some other readings provided.

For further readings:

  • Process intensification information sheets by DSM research B.V.
  • Non-equilibirum Thermodynamics, Chapter 9 van Seider, Seader & Lewin
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