This volume, Engineering Technology and Industrial Chemistry with Applications, brings together innovative research, new concepts, and novel developments in the application of new tools for chemical and materials engineers. It provides a collection of innovative chapters on new scientific and industrial research from chemists and chemical engineers at several prestigious institutions. It looks at recent significant research and reports on new methodologies and important applications in the fields of chemical engineering as well as provides coverage of chemical databases, bringing together theory and practical applications.
Highlighting theoretical foundations, real-world cases, and future directions, this authoritative reference source will be a valuable addition for researchers, practitioners, professionals, and students of chemistry material and chemical engineering.
Table of Contents
Petroleum Engineering, Petrochemicals, Environmental, and Energy Sustainability: A Vision for the Future
Modeling, Simulation, Optimization, and Control of Fluid Catalytic Cracking Unit in a Petroleum Refinery: A Far-Reaching and Comprehensive Review
Modeling and Simulation of the Electrospinning Process by Solving the Governing Equations of Electrified Jet and Using Fenics
An Experimental Investigation on the Electrospinning Process to Produce PAN Nano¿bers
Nano Zinc Borates as Polyvinyl Chloride Thermal Stabilizers
Sevdiye Atakul and Devrim Balköse
Nanofiber Production Capability of the Electro-Centrifuge Technique
Quantum Chemical Evaluation of Carbonate Ion Effects on the Anticancer Activity of Pt(Ii) and Pd(Ii) Complexes
Ana M. Amado
Triple Systems, Based on Nickel Compounds, as Effective Hydrocarbons Oxidation Catalysts and Models of Ni-ARD Dioxygenase
Ludmila I. Matienko, Larisa A. Mosolova, Vladimir I. Binyukov, Elena M. Mil, and Gennady E. Zaikov
Antioxidative Activity of Hyaluronan: Evaluation and Mechanism
Maysa Mohamed Sabet, Tamer Mahmoud Tamer, and Ahmed Mohamed Omer
Preparation of Two Quercetin Derivatives and Evaluation of Their Antioxidative Activity
Katarína Valachová, Tamer Mahmoud Tamer, Miroslav Veverka, and Ladislav Šoltés
Peroxocomplexes of Some Transition Metal Ions with d0 Electronic Configurations - Structural and Reactivity Considerations
M. Luísa Ramos, Licínia L. G. Justino, Pedro F. Cruz, and Hugh D. Burrows
Physicochemical and Gelling Properties of ¿-Glucan from a Low Quality Oat Variety
N. Ramírez-Chávez, J. Salmeron-Zamora, E. Carvajal-Millan, and R. Pérez Leal
Ethylene Vinyl Acetate Copolymer/Graphene Oxide Nanocomposite Films Prepared Via Solution Casting Method
Gum Arabic: A Remarkable Biopolymer for Food and Biomedical Applications
Adriana P. Gerola, Adley F. Rubira, Edvani C. Muniz, and Artur J. M. Valente
Nuclear Fusion and the American Nuclear Cover-Up in Spain: Palomares Disaster (1966)
Francisco A. Torrens and Gloria Castellano
Hyaluronic Acid Transport Properties and Its Medical Applications in Voice Disorders
Eduarda F. G. Azevedo, Maria L. G. Azevedo, Ana C. F. Ribeiro, Aleš Mrácek, Lenka Grundelová, and Antonín Minarík
Reza Haghi, PhD, is a research assistant at the Institute of Petroleum Engineering at Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom. Dr. Haghi has published several papers in international peer-reviewed scientific journals and has published several papers in conference proceedings, technical reports, and lecture notes. Dr. Haghi is expert in the development and application of spectroscopy techniques for monitoring hydrate and corrosion risks and developed techniques for early detection of gas hydrate risks. He conducted integrated experimental modeling in his studies and extended his research to monitoring system to pH and risk of corrosion. During his PhD work at Heriot-Watt University, he has developed various novel flow assurance techniques based on spectroscopy as well as designed and operated test equipment. He received his MSc in Advanced Control Systems from the University of Salford, Manchester, England, United Kingdom.
Francisco Torrens, PhD, is lecturer in physical chemistry at the Universitat de València in Spain. His scientific accomplishments include the first implementation at a Spanish university of a program for the elucidation of crystallographic structures and the construction of the first computational-chemistry program adapted to a vector-facility supercomputer. He has written many articles published in professional journals and has acted as a reviewer as well. He has handled 26 research projects, has published two books and over 350 articles, and has made numerous presentations.