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Chemical Engineering Congress 2021

About Conference

About the Conference:

 “8th world Congress on Chemical Engineering and Catalysis” invites all the people across the world to be a part of conference which is going to be held in August 27-28, 2021 in Amsterdam, Netherlands.

The conference is going to be held around the theme "Exploring the advances and challenges in Catalysis and Chemical Engineering” which incorporates prompt keynote presentations, Oral talks, Poster displays and Exhibitions. Chemical Engineering Congress provides a global platform to discuss and learn about Chemical Engineering, Catalysis Engineering, Chemical Reaction Engineering, Chemical Engineering in Nanotechnology, Catalysis for Energy, Advances in catalysis and Chemical Engineering, Industrial Catalysis and Process Engineering, Environmental and Sustainable Chemical Engineering and much more.

 

Scope and Importance:

Chemical Engineering is a branch of engineering which deals with the engineering aspects of chemical and biological systems of interest which includes products, processes for making them, and applications for using them. Beyond designing, manufacturing, and using products, chemical engineering also includes devising new ways to measure, effectively analyse, and possibly redesign complex systems involving chemical and biological processes. The discipline covers a wide-ranging set of societal interests and needs, including the following: health; habitable environment; national defence and security; transportation; communications; agriculture; clothing and food; and various life amenities.

Why to attend?

  • The Conference provides a great opportunity for getting interacted for future collaborations where most people can help each other uncover ideas and spark inspiration.
  • To learn and find new things in your discipline of interest
  •  Socialization and the culture factor, exploring new places and having fun
  •  Meet experts and influencers face to face
  •  Attending a conference allows you to grow and adds your research value
  •  Network with leaders and influencers from the scientific, academic and R&D communities
  •  Attending conference helps to grow your professional network

Target of audience:

Catalysis Researchers, Chemical Engineering Professionals, Research faculties, Academic Scientists, Chemical Engineering Students, Biochemical Engineers, Polymeric Engineers, Chemical Engineers and Societies, Chemical laboratory professionals, Exhibitors, Business Entrepreneurs, Associations and Collaborations, Industry Professionals, Industrial experts, Scientists,  Research Associates, Professors and Students from Academia.

 

 

Scientific sessions

1. Chemical Engineering: It is a branch of engineering which uses the principles of chemistry, physics, mathematics, biology, and economics that are used to design and produce the materials. The chemical engineers  make use of  nanotechnology and nanomaterial’s in the laboratory and as well as in large-scale industrial processes that are useful to convert chemicals, raw materials, living cells, microorganisms, and energy into useful products. Chemical engineers are involved in many aspects of plant design and operations which includes the safety and hazard assessments, process design and analysis, Different fields of Chemical Engineering includes

2. Catalysis Engineering: It  mainly focus on development & demonstration of new catalysis and reactor engineering concepts that are dedicated to sustainable technologies which emphasis on process intensification, feedstock efficiency, and reduction of both energy usages that influence the human and industrial activities on the environment. In the field of catalysis many advanced functional porous materials are developed that contains the structured catalysts and as well as materials for separation, membranes, sensors and electronics. It develops multi-phase reaction systems and multi-functional systems. In Catalysis Engineering three levels can be distinguished:

  • the micro level focusing on molecules and catalytic sites,
  • the meso level focusing on  catalyst particle and  catalytic reactor and
  •  the macro level considering the process as an integrated entity

3. Chemical Engineering in Nanotechnology:  It is considered as the developed field with the potential discoveries from the bench to bedside. Nanotechnology has made tremendous steps in the last decade, which stood first in basic science as an engineering discipline. In particular, nanotechnology has been applied in the fields of biology and medicine which has the significant interest on unique properties of nanomaterial with respective to  their size and biological components. In nanotechnology, the terms bio nanotechnology and Nano biotechnology are often used interchangeably. However, it refers to two separate fields of study. Here, biological nanotechnology will be used to denote both fields.

4. Organo Catalysis: In Organo Catalysis transition metals grabs the attention in the study of catalysis,  and as well as the small organic molecules without metals  that exhibit catalytic properties, in which enzymes are lack in transition metals. Typically it require a higher loading transition metal (-ion)-based catalysts.  But these are commercially available in bulks which are helpful to reduce costs. Later these organocatalysts were considered "new generation" and are competitive to traditional metal (-ion)-containing catalysts. Organocatalysts are supposed to operate in to metal-free enzymes utilizing. e.g., non-covalent interactions such as hydrogen bonding. Organocatalysis is divided on the basics of applications on covalent and non-covalent organocatalysts that are referred to catalyst-substrate binding and interaction.

5. Industrial Catalysis and process engineering: Catalysis plays an important role in the field of  chemical industry and as well as in industrial research. For Different catalysts there are different modes of development to fulfil the economic, political and environmental demands. While using a catalyst, it is possible to replace a polluting chemical reaction with a more environmental friendly alternative. Today, this may take a vital role in the chemical industry. In addition, to this it’s important for a researcher to pay attention to the market development. If a catalyst is not continually improved by the industry , then another company might take progress in research on that particular catalyst and can gain market share value. A new and improved catalyst can be a huge advantage for a competitive manufacturing cost for a company which leads to the industrial development

6. Chemical Polymer Technology: Polymerization is the combination of small biochemical molecules known as monomers which exists in the shape of covalently bonded chain. During the polymerization process, few chemical groups may lose from each monomer. Polymer Technology is nothing but manufacture, processing, analysing and application of long-chain molecules. Plastics, paints, rubber, foams, adhesives, sealants, varnishes are the materials that are said to be polymers. The variation in chain growth polymerization is that the monomers are added to the chain at a time only, such as polyethylene. But in step-growth polymerization, the chains of monomers may combine with one another directly

  • Emerging trends in Polymer Synthesis
  • Polymer design for 3D/4D printing
  • Polymeric Materials & Composites
  •  Medical Applications
  • Recent progress in Polymer Materials

7.Thermodynamics: Thermodynamics is a branch of physics that deals with heat, work, and temperature, with relation to energy, radiation, and physical properties of matter. The performance on these quantities is governed by four laws of thermodynamics which convey a quantitative description using measurable macroscopic physical quantities which may be explained in terms of microscopic constituents by statistical mechanics. The study of thermo dynamical systems has developed into several related branches which are as follows

8. Fluid Mechanics: It is branch in physics that is anxious with mechanics of fluids, liquids, gases, and plasmas. It has applications in departments of mechanical, civil, chemical and biomedical engineering, geophysics, oceanography, meteorology, astrophysics, and biology. It can be divided into fluid statics and fluid dynamics. It is a branch of continuum mechanics. In Fluid mechanics, the fluid dynamics is considered as an active field of research, typically mathematically complex. Many problems are unsolved by numerical methods, typically that are solved by using computers. A modern method, called computational fluid dynamics, which is devoted to this approach. Particle image velocimetry is used as an experimental method for visualizing and analysing fluid flow which takes the advantage of visual nature of fluid flow

9. Biomaterials and Biopolymers: Biopolymers are the polymers which are synthesized within the  living organism. These are classified on basis of type of monomeric units such as polynucleotides, polypeptides or polysaccharides. These are comprised of long chains of repeating units that consist of biomolecules which are held by covalent bond. Since, it is biodegradable due to low environmental impact which can be observed at the end and beginning of the product life cycle. Typically, a biopolymer   is made from biomass materials. At the end of its life cycle it is converted into bio disintegrable and biodegradable. During its life cycle, a biopolymer product isolates atmospheric CO2 from plant or animal raw materials. At the end of product life cycle  it will turn into compost, to provide the raw materials for the next generation of materials.

  • Classification of biopolymers
  • Application of biopolymers in automotive industry
  • Application in biomedical and dental industries
  • Application of biopolymers in electronic industries
  • Application of biopolymers in food packaging
  • Advantage of biopolymers in plastic industries
  • Related Conference of Biomaterials and Biopolymers

10. Catalysis and Zeolites: These are good shape-selective catalysts because of their honey-comb like structure. They are micro porous alumina silicates with a three dimensional network. The zeolites have been commonly used as catalysts in petro chemical industries. The most common type of zeolite-catalyst used in chemical industry is ZSN-5.  The shape-selective catalysis is considered as a unique feature of zeolites. It is also known as permutits. It is mainly classified into types

11.Chemical Kinetics and Catalysis: It is also called as the reaction kinetics which comes under the category of Physical chemistry that is related to thermodynamics. Chemical kinetics includes the experimental conditions that define the speed of a chemical reaction and as well as the construction of mathematical models that are useful to describe the characteristics of a chemical reaction. Chemical kinetics can be denoted as “law of mass action”, which states that the speed of a chemical reaction is proportional to the quantity of the reacting substances. Chemical Dynamics can be divided into three eras

12.Spectroscopy in Catalysis Spectroscopy in Catalysis describes the important modern analytical techniques which are used to investigate catalytic surfaces that consist of different types of methods in spectroscopy such as electron spectroscopy ion spectroscopy, vibrational spectroscopy temperature-programmed techniques, diffraction, and microscopy. These tracks uses current applications to describe the type of information and which technique is used to evaluate the possibilities and as well as limitations. These also include the significant new developments. Some of the techniques such as scanning probe microscopies, the imaging and vibrational technique have been revised, these case studies are expanded with an example on polymerization catalysts, and all other chapters updated with recent examples and relevant new literature.

13.Chemical Reaction Engineering: It is considered as the speciality in chemical engineering or industrial chemistry which deals with the chemical reactors that are used to define the best reactor design. It is useful for the development of new process for existing technologies. It combines the reaction chemistry and chemical engineering  concepts  that allows  the optimization of a variety of systems where modelling or engineering of reactions is needed Although chemical Reaction Engineering is applied to the petroleum and petrochemical industries. It is also shown in recent innovations in multiphase reaction engineering defined under two concepts:

It also describes about bench-scale techniques either scale up in parallel or vertical scale up

14.Chemical Synthesis and Catalytic Synthesis: This field of study deals with the organic, organometallic, and inorganic chemistry. It is often undertaken to discover how an unexpected product is formed or to rearrange the recital of a catalytic system. Because synthesis and catalysis are essential for the construction of new materials, Catalysts that are used by chemists in industry and academia. Today, there prevail huge ranges of high-tech catalysts, which add enormously to the range of synthetic possibilities. However, catalysts are irregularly fickle, sometimes hard to use and almost always require both skill and experience in order to achieve optimal results.

15. Mass Transfer:  It finds its extensive application in chemical engineering problems. It is used in fields of reaction engineering, separation engineering, heat transfer engineering, and many other sub-fields of chemical engineering like electrochemical engineering. Mass transfer describes the transportation of mass from one point to another point. Main pillars in the subject of Transport. It takes place in a single phase or over phase boundaries in multiphase systems.

16. Petroleum EngineeringPetroleum engineering is concerned with the production of hydrocarbons, which can be either crude oil or natural gases. Exploration and Production are deemed to fall within the sector of the oil and gas industries. Chemical plants produce olefins by a steam cracking of natural gas liquids like ethane and propane. Aromatics are produced by a process of catalytic reforming of naphtha. Petroleum refining processes are nothing, but chemical engineering processes used in petroleum refineries to change crude oil into useful products such as liquefied petroleum gas (LPG), gasoline, petrol, kerosene, jet fuel, diesel oil and fuel oils.

17.Green and sustainable chemistry:It is called as sustainable chemistry that comes under the category of chemistry and chemical engineering which focuses on design of products and processes which eliminates the use and generation of hazardous substances. The Environmental chemistry focuses on the effects of polluting chemicals on nature. The goal of green chemistry is to provide a safe design for molecules, materials and products. It is considered as a powerful tool so that the researchers make use of it to evaluate the environmental impact of nanotechnology.

Market Analysis

If chemistry is the central science, it comes as no surprise that chemical engineering underpins a broad range of technologies. Understanding chemical reactions, developing better catalysts, and engineering reacting systems is a core component of chemical engineering. In the recent year's interest in the application of catalytic sciences and chemical engineering has grown, the number of academic courses specifically tailored to sustainable chemistry and renewable energy concepts has also burgeoned at the undergraduate and graduate level. Experts project that the industry’s annual growth rate will be 48.5% during this period, transforming what was a $2.8 billion industry in 2011 to $98.5 billion by 2020.

The global catalyst market size is expected to reach USD 34.06 billion by 2025, ascending at a CAGR of 4.5%. Rising demand for petrochemicals from various end-use industries is expected to be a prime factor driving the market growth. Inclusion of high-grade polymers in manufacturing commodities for domestic as well as export oriented industry is anticipated to surgetheproductdemandinfuture. The Global Industrial Catalysts Market is classified on account of Type, Application and Region. On account of Type, the market is bifurcated into homogeneous and heterogeneous. On account of Substance, the industrial catalysts market is categorized into metallic, chemical, zeolite, organometallic, and others. Based on the Application, the market is segmented into petroleum refining, chemical manufacturing, environmental, food processing and others. Based on the Region, the market is categorized into Asia Pacific, Europe, Latin America, North America, and the Middle East & Africa.

 

 

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