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Chemical Processing - From Lab Scale to Plant Scale
Posted Mon July 18, 2016 @02:44PM
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News A new podcast in the Chemical Processing Minute Clinic Series discusses how simulation aids scale-up in the chemical processing industry.

In From Lab Scale to Plant Scale, Dr. Ravindra Aglave, director of chemical processing at CD-adapco a Siemens business joins as the guest expert.


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According to our expert you can imagine how the scaled-up system would behave based on expected outcomes from the process. This behavior is inherently tied to the physics governing the system. It is quite common to perform trial and error procedure to understand the behavior rather than trying to build relationships between the variables governing the system. Listen to this short podcast to learn more and to hear how Aglave compares raising children with scale-up issues.

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