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NESACS’s Bench to Plant Symposium

NESACS SymposiumUpon returning to the Boston area after a number of years away, I was very much looking forward to attending The Northeastern Section of the American Chemical Society (NESACS)’s Advances in Chemical Sciences “Bench to Plant” Symposium for the first time.  Held in Cambridge on October 22, about 100 scientists from the local area gathered for the one day Symposium focusing on Process R&D Chemistry, Organic Synthesis, and New Synthetic Methodology.

Some highlights of the top-notch presentations included:

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Fundamentals of Process Scale-Up

On November 25 and November 26, Dr. Reinaldo (Ray) Machado of rm2 technologies will conduct a two-day Fundamentals of Scale-up Workshop.  This advanced process scale-up training will be held at the Ramada Powai in Mumbai, India. Continue reading

Chilworth’s Safe Scale-up of Chemical Processes

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Safe Scale-up of Chemical Processes

On July 1, Dr. Stephen Rowe of Chilworth Technology will present Safe Scale-up of Chemical Processes: Holistic Strategies Supported by Modern Tools.

This online process safety seminar will focus on the overall safety strategy and outlines:

Importance of Mixing in Scale-up: Comparing Lab and Large Scale

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Compare Lab Scale Mixing with Full Scale Process Vessel Performance

Various physical and chemical processes interact during a manufacturing or synthesis process in a stirred tank reactor, including:

  • Kinetics
  • Heat Transfer
  • Thermodynamics; Equilibrium
  • Mass transfer between phases
  • Mixing to disperse multiple phases
  • Physical property changes
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