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Process Intensification through Adaptable Catalytic Reactors made by 3D Printing

Deliverables

Delivery of Demonstrator for squalane production

This is a physical delivery that will be used to complete Deliverable 3.6.

Production of catalytic SiC foams

Deposit the catalytic phase on the 3D printed support produced in WP1.

Manufacture of 3D printed reactor to be used in demonstrator unit

Production of a reactor to be used in the demonstrator for production of squalane and monomer based on the design provided by WP4.

Paving the future: Introduction of 3D printing in Chemical engineering

Results of questionnaires that will be distributed to students that will enroll in classes specially oriented to this topic.

Benchmark of 3D printed catalytic foams

Compare the performance of 3D printed catalysts and conventional catalysts.

"Workshop: ""Additive manufacturing for advanced catalytic reactor performance"""

Organization of a workshop that congregates actors in the chemical industries in Europe that can take up the knowledge generated in the project.

Booklet of recommendations for manufacturing catalysts supports and reactors by Additive Manufacturing

Monitoring of technology and status of 3D printing for the chemical industries (technical issues).

Web page of the project

Launch the public website of the project.

Final proof of concept: Production of 1 kg of liquid products

Use the demonstrator delivered in WP4 for final concept demonstration.

PRINTCR3DIT Flyer with initial results

Public dissemination tool on paper that will be distributed in different media.

"Ceremony to deliver the ""prize for best reactor"""

Deliver of the prize to the student(s) that provide the best rector for the contest that will be organized.

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Publications

Pressure drop and heat transfer properties of cubic iso-reticular foams

Author(s): Núria F. Bastos Rebelo, Kari Anne Andreassen, Luis I. Suarez Ríos, Juan C. Piquero Camblor, Hans-Jörg Zander, Carlos A. Grande
Published in: Chemical Engineering and Processing - Process Intensification, Issue 127, 2018, Page(s) 36-42, ISSN 0255-2701
DOI: 10.1016/j.cep.2018.03.008

Process Intensification in Nitric Acid Plants by Catalytic Oxidation of Nitric Oxide

Author(s): Carlos A. Grande, Kari Anne Andreassen, Jasmina H. Cavka, David Waller, Odd-Arne Lorentsen, Halvor Øien, Hans-Jörg Zander, Stephen Poulston, Sonia García, Deena Modeshia
Published in: Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, Issue 57/31, 2018, Page(s) 10180-10186, ISSN 0888-5885
DOI: 10.1021/acs.iecr.8b01483

Process Intensification by 3D printing technologies applied to NO (to NO2) oxidation

Author(s): Carlos Grande, Hans-Jörg Zander, David Waller, Luis Suarez-Rios, Juan C. Piquero Camblor
Published in: 2018

Kinetic modeling of the catalytic hydrogenation of nitrile esters to amino esters

Author(s): F. Lali, P. Stavárek, M. Ujčić, M. Laube, J.-F. Devaux, J.-L. Dubois
Published in: 2018

PRINTCR3DIT EU project: Process Intensification through Adaptable Catalytic Reactors made by 3D Printing

Author(s): Carlos A. Grande
Published in: 2018

A CFD approach to study catalytic reactors filled with open cell foams

Author(s): J. D. Araújo, D. Direito, M. A. Alves
Published in: 2018

Modeling of NO Oxidation in a 3D-Printed Catalytic Foam Reactor

Author(s): Hans-Jörg Zander, Carlos Grande, David Waller, Thomas Acher
Published in: 2018

Reaction kinetic study of triterpene hydrogenation using a heterogeneous catalyst

Author(s): P. Stavárek, M. Ujčić, F. Lali, J. Magne
Published in: 2018

ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING TO RESHAPECATALYTICREACTORS

Author(s): Carlos A. Grande, Jasmina Cavka, David Waller, Odd-Arne Lorentsen
Published in: 2018

Printcr3dit - 3D printing in process industry - from design to industrial pilot

Author(s): Carlos Grande
Published in: 2018

Novel shapes generated by additive manufacturing for reaction engineering

Author(s): Joana A. Costa
Published in: 2018

Use of additive manufacturing in chemical engineering

Author(s): Núria Filipa Bastos Rebelo
Published in: 2017

Additive manufacturing: haute couture for chemical industries

Author(s): Carlos A. Grande, Jean-Luc Dubois, Juan C. Piquero Camblor, Ørnulv Vistad, Terje Didriksen, Richard Blom, Aud I. Spjelkavik, Duncan Akporiaye
Published in: online publication, 2015
DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.1.1356.5520