Breakthroughs in process operations and modeling are necessary to achieve energy and material efficiency gains supporting shorter development and scale-up times while improving safety and the environmental and economical profile of chemical processes at the same time. In parts, these breakthroughs are made possible thanks to the use of Process Analytical Techniques (PAT) and reactor systems designed for real-time in situ process monitoring and accurate process control, both at lab and plant scale. In this webinar, case studies will be presented exploring the use of real time calorimetry as a process analytical tool mimicking operating conditions of industrial reactors at lab scale – to prevent batch failures at plant scale.
Your online presenter, Leen Schellekens, has extensive experience in process manufacturing, R&D and process safety. She has a Masters Degree in Chemical Engineering and previously worked for Johnson & Johnson in Manufacturing and Process R&D before joining METTLER TOLEDO in 2004.
Related Topics: exothermic reaction, Process Analytical Techniques, PAT, Process Analytical Technology, process modeling, batch failure, batch failures, calorimetry, reaction calorimetry, process development, simulation at small scale, process control, process monitoring, reactor systems, scale-up times, plant scale, nitroalkane chemistry, safe scale-up
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