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7th World Congress on Chemical Engineering and Catalysis, will be organized around the theme Exploring the Design, Optimization and Control of Chemical and Industrial Systems

Chemical Engineering Congress 2020 is comprised of keynote and speakers sessions on latest cutting edge research designed to offer comprehensive global discussions that address current issues in Chemical Engineering Congress 2020

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  • Track 1-1Filtration
  • Track 1-2Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers
  • Track 1-3Plant Design and Operations
  • Track 1-4Chemical Process Industries
  • Track 1-5Absorption and Adsorption
  • Track 1-6Effectiveness of Screen
  • Track 1-7Chemical Reactors
  • Track 1-8Distillation Design
  • Track 1-9Chemical Kinetics
  • Track 1-10Crystallization
  • Track 1-11Evaporation
  • Track 1-12Heterogeneous Catalytic Reaction Engineering
  • Track 2-1Radiations
  • Track 2-2Forced Convection in Pipes and External Flow
  • Track 2-3Conduction, Convection and Radiation
  • Track 2-4Heat Transfer Coefficient
  • Track 2-5Fin (extended surface)
  • Track 2-6Climate Engineering
  • Track 2-7Climate Engineering
  • Track 2-8Thermal Resistance
  • Track 2-9Heat Exchangers
  • Track 2-10View Factor
  • Track 2-11Radiation Heat Transfer, Steep Temperature Gradient and Radiant Tube
  • Track 3-1Weisz–Prater Criterion
  • Track 3-2Transition Metal Catalysis, Palladium, Cascade Reactions
  • Track 3-3Shrinking Core Model, Internal Diffusion and Catalysis
  • Track 3-4Enzymes, Bio-catalysis, Proteins, Sugars, Biosynthesis
  • Track 3-5Chemical Reactors: PFR and CSTR
  • Track 3-6Nonideal Flow & Reactor Design
  • Track 3-7Plant Design and Construction
  • Track 3-8Structure-Activity Correlation
  • Track 3-9Tailoring Surface reactivity
  • Track 3-10Petrochemical Industries
  • Track 3-11Catalyst Characterization
  • Track 3-12Heterogeneous Catalysis
  • Track 3-13Heterogeneous Catalyst
  • Track 3-14Computational Reactors
  • Track 3-15Time-resolved Analysis
  • Track 3-16Electron Spin Resonance, Adsorbed Species, Electron Energy Loss Spectroscopy
  • Track 4-1Drying
  • Track 4-2Temperature and Concentration fields of the water vapor
  • Track 4-3Vapor-Liquid Equilibrium and Liquid-liquid extraction
  • Track 4-4Distillation column and McCabe-Thiele method
  • Track 4-5Mass Transfer in Barrel Type Epitaxial Reactor
  • Track 4-6Ambipolar diffusion and Anomalous diffusion
  • Track 4-7Double diffusive convection and Drag force
  • Track 4-8Diffusion and Mass Transfer Coefficients
  • Track 4-9Humidification and Air Conditioning
  • Track 4-10Absorption and Adsorption
  • Track 4-11Vapor Liquid Equilibrium
  • Track 4-12Diffusion MRI
  • Track 4-13Distillations
  • Track 4-14Extraction
  • Track 4-15Multiphase thermal management, Thermal energy storage
  • Track 5-1Dimerization Unit
  • Track 5-2Isomerization Unit
  • Track 5-3Petroleum Refining
  • Track 5-4Mining & Metallurgy
  • Track 5-5Fluid Catalytic Converter Unit
  • Track 5-6Downstream and Upstream Process
  • Track 5-7Distillation Unit and Heat Exchangers
  • Track 5-8Petrochemicals, Chemicals & fertilizers
  • Track 5-9Atmospheric Distillation (distills crude oil into fractions)
  • Track 6-1System
  • Track 6-2Redlich–Kwong equation of state
  • Track 6-3Zeroth Law of Thermodynamics
  • Track 6-4Chemical Reaction Equilibrium
  • Track 6-5Quantum Thermodynamics
  • Track 6-6Supramolecular Chemistry
  • Track 6-7Phase Equilibria And VLE
  • Track 6-8Compressibility factor
  • Track 6-9Gibbs Free Energy
  • Track 6-10Zeotropic mixture
  • Track 6-11Continuum
  • Track 6-12Macroscopic and Microscopic Approaches
  • Track 7-1Biofuels
  • Track 7-2Green Industrial Technology
  • Track 7-3Environmental Engineering
  • Track 7-4Solar Energy &Green Power
  • Track 7-5Pyrolysis and Bioeconomy
  • Track 7-6Green Energy in Transport
  • Track 7-7Energy and Environment
  • Track 7-8Green Nanotechnology
  • Track 7-9Bioremediation
  • Track 7-10Green Buildings and Infrastructures
  • Track 8-1Fuel cells
  • Track 8-2Design Troubleshooting Technical Issues
  • Track 8-3Protein Electrochemistry
  • Track 8-4Nano electrochemistry
  • Track 8-5Photo electrochemistry
  • Track 8-6Electrosynthesis
  • Track 8-7Electrorefining
  • Track 8-8Potentiometry
  • Track 8-9Voltammetry
  • Track 8-10Coulometry
  • Track 8-11MATLAB, SAP, CADD, Robotics, Power Plants Control System
  • Track 9-1Biomaterial
  • Track 9-2Novel alloys for electrical contact applications
  • Track 9-3Biomedical hydrogels and applications
  • Track 9-4Renewable and sustainable energy
  • Track 9-5Advanced manufacturing
  • Track 9-6Aerospace and transport
  • Track 9-7Materials Efficiency
  • Track 9-8Crystallography
  • Track 9-9Nanomaterial
  • Track 9-10Computer aided design (CAD) of materials processing
  • Track 10-1Gelation
  • Track 10-2Viscosity
  • Track 10-3Biomaterials
  • Track 10-4Polymerization
  • Track 10-5Polymer Physics
  • Track 10-6Polymer Science
  • Track 10-7Biodegradable Polymers
  • Track 10-8Solid Waste Management
  • Track 11-1Drug Delivery
  • Track 11-2Tissue Engineering
  • Track 11-3Nano Topography
  • Track 11-4Nano dispersions
  • Track 11-5Solar Panel films
  • Track 11-6Nanocomposites
  • Track 11-7Nano Materials
  • Track 11-8Nano Enzymes
  • Track 11-9Nanomedicine
  • Track 11-10Nanocellulose
  • Track 11-11Nanoparticles
  • Track 11-12Nanoelectronics Biosensors
  • Track 12-1Control Loops
  • Track 12-2Mass Transfer
  • Track 12-3Energy Transfer
  • Track 12-4Batch Processes
  • Track 12-5Momentum Transfer
  • Track 12-6Non-Newtonian Liquids
  • Track 12-7Mass Transfer in Bioreactors
  • Track 13-1Simulation
  • Track 13-2Agent-based model
  • Track 13-3Monte Carlo method
  • Track 13-4Individual-Based Models
  • Track 13-5Uncertainty Quantification
  • Track 13-6Simulation-based optimization
  • Track 14-1Strong Management Commitment
  • Track 14-2Advanced Oxidation Processes
  • Track 14-3Carbon Capture and Storage
  • Track 14-4Continuous Improvement
  • Track 14-5Safety and Reliability
  • Track 14-6Clean Technologies
  • Track 14-7Waste Valorisation

• Worldwide the chemical industry added $1.1 trillion to world GDP and Provides employment to 15 million people, which makes it to the fifth-largest global manufacturing sector.

• For every $1 USD generated by the chemical industry, a further $4.20 USD is generated elsewhere in the global economy.

• Companies in the chemical industry spent an estimated $3 trillion USD with their suppliers in 2017, buying goods and services used in the manufacture of their products. This supply-chain Process spending contributed an estimated $2.6 trillion USD to global GDP and Provided 60 million jobs.

• The largest contributor to GDP and jobs is the Asia-Pacific chemical industry, generating 45 percent of the industry’s total annual economic value, and 69 percent of all jobs supported. Europe made the next most important contribution ($1.3 trillion USD total GDP contribution, 19 million jobs supported) followed by North America ($866 billion USD total GDP contribution, 6 million jobs supported).

• In the United States, we expect somewhat faster growth in chemical production, at just under 2%, as new production capacity, which will also be used for export, comes onstream. Overall chemical growth is likely to decelerate somewhat in the emerging markets of Asia, mainly due to the slowdown in China, which will affect the other developing countries in the region. In Japan, we presume a weak overall economic environment and minimal growth in chemical production. In South America, the anticipated end of the recession in Argentina and Brazil will result in slight growth in chemical production in the region.

• The global aroma chemicals market is forecast to exhibit a CAGR of 6.2% between 2016 and 2024. At this pace, the market’s valuation is expected to reach US$6.57 bn by the end of 2024. In 2015, the market was valued at US$3.85 bn.

• The global market for steam boiler systems is witnessing significant growth in its valuation, thanks to the rising demand for energy across the world. In 2015, the global steam boiler systems market stood at US$12.0 bn. The opportunity in this market is likely to expand at a CAGR of 5.30% between 2016 and 2024 and is expected to reach US$18.9 bn by the end of 2024.

• The increasing economic power and the rise of the middle class in today’s developing countries will drive demand for more materials, energy, products, and access to technology; new, more efficient methods of materials production; process intensification, energy intensity improvements, and zero emissions technologies