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Concerning further information please contact

Prof. Dr. Jürgen Gmehling Tel.: ++49 441 798 3831
Lehrstuhl Technische Chemie (F5) Fax: ++49 441 798 3330
Universität Oldenburg E-Mail: gmehlialhkdng@tnfw5secbpzth.p2+jchem.uni-oldtzacenzlntbuperg.de
26111 Oldenburg (Oldb.)


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GVT-Course 2004 will take place from February 17th - 19th(20th) 2004

GVT-Course 2004

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3(4)-day course at the Chair of Industrial Chemistry, University of Oldenburg

Course Director: Prof. Dr. J. Gmehling
Location: University of Oldenburg, Industrial Chemistry, Carl-von-Ossietzky Str. 9-11, Oldenburg-Wechloy (Oldb.), Germany
Dates: February 17th - 19th (20th), 2004
Instructors: Prof. Dr. J. Gmehling, Dr. J. Rarey

Course Description

Asound knowledge of process engineering fundamentals becomesincreasingly important due to the broader application of processsimulation software for the development (synthesis), design andoptimization of chemical processes. Within this course participantsfrom academia and industry should become familiar with thepossibilities and limitations of currently used methods and models. Thecourse will focus on those aspects, which we consider to be of primaryimportance for the successful modeling of single separation units orwhole chemical plants.

Besidesthe thermodynamic properties of pure components, especially thebehavior of multicomponent mixtures will be covered with specialattention to phase equilibria, also those of electrolyte systems.

Followinga detailed discussion of the basics of thermodynamics and unitoperations such as distillation, extraction, crystallization, membraneprocesses, … various approaches to process engineering problems usingmodern thermodynamic methods will be presented.

Theseinclude for example the selection of suitable entrainers for specialseparation processes like azeotropic and extractive distillation,extraction as well as hybrid or pressure swing processes and adiscussion of reactive distillation.

Participantsshould gain an improved understanding of the various graphicalrepresentations of the real behavior of mixtures such as solvent-freeplots, contour lines, residual curves incl. boundary lines or surfaces,…).

Practical tutorials are included to deepen the understanding of the various topics.

The course will be held in English.

Followingthe first 3 days an optional fourth day offers an introduction to theprocess simulation package Aspen Plus. On the last day, the number ofparticipants is limited to 10.

Registration

Spaceis limited and early registration is recommended. The number ofparticipants is limited to 25. Up to 5 students of the University ofOldenburg will be given the possibility to participate.

Registrationfee is € 870.- (€ 1080.- for 4 days). VAT cannot be specified in theinvoice. The registration fee includes a copy of the course material,morning and afternoon refresh breaks and a get-together party at alocal restaurant.

Required Material

none

Timetable

Tuesday,
02/17/2004

10.00

-

10.30

Welcome, Introduction
- Introduction of the Participants
- Importance of Physical Properties for the Synthesis,
Design and Optimization of Chemical Processes
- Research Activities incl. History and Development of
the Dortmund Data Bank (DDB) and the Integrated
Software Package
- History and Development of Thermodynamic Models
- Technical Information

Prof. Dr. J. Gmehling


10.30

-

12.15

Pure Component Properties I
- PvT-Behavior of Pure Components
- Equations of State, Corresponding State Principle
- Critical Data
- Residual Functions

Dr. J. Rarey


12.15

-

13.15

Lunch Break



13.15

-

14.30

Pure Component Properties II
- Vapor Pressure, Enthalpy of Vaporization
- Melting Temperature as f(T), Visco­sity, Thermal
Conductivity
- PURE Data Bank, Molecular Structures and Property
Estimation

Dr. J. Rarey


14.30

-

15.15

Importance of Phase Equilibria
Thermodynamic Fundamentals I
- Auxiliary Functions gi, ji
- Activity Coefficient Models (gE-Models)
- Calculation of Vapor-Liquid Equilibria

Prof. Dr. J. Gmehling


15.15

-

15.30

Coffee Break



15.30

-

17.00

Thermodynamic Fundamentals II
- Parameter Fitting, Consistency Tests, ...
- Activity Coefficients at Infinite Dilution
- Excess Enthalpies
- Separation Factors and Azeotropic Points as Function of
Temperature
- Simultaneous Description of Phase Equilibria and Excess
Properties (Recommended Values)

Prof. Dr. J. Gmehling


19.00



Dinner


Wednesday,
02/18/2004

9.00

-

10.40

Introduction to MathCAD, Tutorial "Pure Component Properties", Tutorial "Phase Equilibria"

Dr. J. Rarey


10.40

-

10.55

Coffee Break



10.55

-

11.15

Thermodynamic Fundamentals III
- Equations of State, Mixing Rules

Prof. Dr. J. Gmehling


11.15

-

12.15

Special Phase Equilibria I
Liquid-Liquid Equilibria, Gas Solubilities, Solid-Liquid Equilibria, Supercritical Extraction, Osmotic Pressure

Dr. J. Rarey


12.15

-

13.15

Lunch Break



13.15

-

14.00

Special Phase Equilibria II
Electrolyte Systems

Dr. J. Rarey


14.00

-

15.30

Group Contribution Methods for the Estimation of Phase Equilibria
- UNIFAC, mod. UNIFAC
- Equations of State, Mixing Rules, Modern Group-
Contribution Equations of State (e.g. PSRK, VTPR)

Prof. Dr. J. Gmehling


15.30

-

15.45

Coffee Break



15.45

-

17.00

Application of the Dortmund Data Bank, DDBSP

Prof. Dr. J. Gmehling, Dr. J. Rarey


17.00

-

19.30

Laboratory Tour and Discussion
(for Interested Participants)


Thursday, 02/19/2004

9.00

-

10.30

Different Applications of gE-Models and Equations of State
- Residual Curves, Distillation Lines, Boundary
Curves/Surfaces
Special Separation Processes
-
Extractive and Azeotropic Distillation
Criteria for Entrainer Selection
- Using Thermodynamic Models
- Using The DDB
- Extractive and Adductive Crystallization
- Reactive Distillation
- Demonstration of the Program Package SYNTHESE

Prof. Dr. J. Gmehling


10.30

-

10.45

Coffee Break



10.45

-

12.15

Tutorial "Thermodynamic Properties and Application"

Dr. J. Rarey


12.15

-

13.15

Lunch Break



13.15

-

14.45

Discontinuous Distillation, Absorption, Extraction, Supercritical Extraction, Crystallization, Adsorption, Membrane Processes

Further Applications of gE-Models and Equations of State (e.g. Chemical Equilibria)

Prof. Dr. J. Gmehling


14.45

-

15.00

Coffee Break



15.00

-

16.30

Tutorial Separation Technology (partly with Computer)

Dr. J. Rarey


16.30

-

17.30

Summary



Friday,
02/20/2004


9.00


-


10.30

ASPEN Plus (I)

- Graphical User Interface, Data Browser
- Forms: Functionality, Input, Setup, Components,
Properties, Streams, Blocks


Dr. J. Rarey


10.30

-

10.45

Coffee Break



10.45

-

12.15

ASPEN Plus (II)
- Unit Operations: Mixer, Splitter, Columns
- RadFrac: Configuration, Variables, Specifications,
Convergence

Dr. J. Rarey


12.15

-

13.15

Lunch Break



13.15

-

16.00

ASPEN Plus (III)
- Reactors: Types, Equilibrium, Kinetics
- ...

Dr. J. Rarey


16.00

-

16.30

Discussion, Results

Dr. J. Rarey

Organisation

The course starts on Tuesday morning at 10 amand ends on Thursday at 5.30 pm (resp. Friday at 4.30 pm). Oldenburg(Oldb.) is situated approx. 45 km west of Bremen (the nearestinternational airport), and can be conveniently reached by train. Forparticipants arriving by plane, a transfer from Bremen airport can bereserved in advance (Luftibus, approx. € 35 one way, € 66 both ways),which should be booked one week in advance. Oldenburg can also bereached by car via highways from all directions.

Detailson the contents of the course can be found in the timetable above. Aget-together party at a local restaurant is included.

For registration please contact:

Forschungs-Gesellschaft Verfahrens-Technik e.V.
Postfach 10 11 39, 40002 Düsseldorf
Tel.: +49 - 211 - 6214 552 / 553
FAX: +49 - 211 - 6214 159
Subject: University Course "Thermal Separation Processes"

Please transfer the course fee using the subject given above to the account 4 607 090, BLZ 300 800 00, Dresdner Bank AG, Düsseldorf or 30 600 50 00, BLZ 300 400 00, Commerzbank AG, Düsseldorf. The course fee is tax free in Germany (§ 4 Ziffer 22 UStG-MWSt.).

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Transportation

You may travel to Oldenburg

  • By train: ICE to Bremen, Then IR- or RE-trains to Oldenburg (Oldb.)

  • By car: A28 from Bremen; A1 /A29 from Münster, Osnabrück; A28 from Groningen (NL), Leer

  • Byplane: the closest airport (Bremen) is at a distance of approx. 50 km.Please inform us at least 2 weeks oprior to the meeting for an airportlimousine (about €33.- for one way Please inform us at least 2 weeks oprior to the meeting for an airport limousine(about € 33.- for one way and € 56.- for a return ticket (2 Persons €38.-/66.-). Name, arrival date and flight number are required). The current taxi fare is approx. € 50 for one way.


Accomodation Information


 
  • Hotel Wieting

 

Damm 29
26 135 Oldenburg

Single

Approx. € 77.-


Tel.: 0441 / 924 005

Double

Approx. € 105.-


Fax: 0441 / 924 02 22







 
  • Hotel Metz

 

Hundsmühler Str. 16-18
26 131 Oldenburg

Single

Approx. € 41.-


Tel.: 0441 / 950 95 - 0

Double

Approx. € 64.-


Fax: 0441 / 50 23 32







 
  • Hotel Alexander

 

Alexander Str. 107
26 121 Oldenburg

Single

Approx. € 60.- to 75.-


Tel.: 0441 / 980 20

Double

Approx. € 85.- to 100.-


Fax: 0441 / 980 2100







 
  • Hotel Antares

 

Staugraben 8
26122 Oldenburg

Single

Approx. € 60.- to 80.-


Tel.: 0441 / 922 50

Double

Approx. € 90.- to 110.-


Fax: 0441 / 922 51 00



All rates include breakfast. Rooms are furnished with TV and telephone and have private baths.

Information about Oldenburg

Tourist office: Verkehrsverein Oldenburg, Wallstr. 14, D-26122 Oldenburg, tel.: +43-441-361613-0, Fax: +43-441-361613-50

Internet: http://www.oldenburg.de/

Lecturers

Prof. Dr. Jürgen Gmehling

1962 - 1965 Education as Laboratory Technician at Duisburger Kupferhütte / Duisburg

1965 - 1968 Study of Chemical Engineering at School of Engineering, Essen

1968 - 1970 Study of Chemistry at University of Clausthal and University of Dortmund

1973 PhD at University of Dortmund ( Inorganic Chemistry )

1977 - 1978 Research stay in Berkeley, USA ( Prof. Dr. J. M. Prausnitz )

1982 Habilitation at Institute for Chemical Engineering, University of Dortmund (Venia Legendi for Industrial Chemistry)

1970 - 1989 Scientific co-worker, Privatdozent and associated Professor at University of Dortmund

since 1989 Professor (C4) Technical Chemistry, University of Oldenburg

President/CEO of DDBST GmbH, Oldenburg

since 1999 Director of LTP GmbH, Oldenburg

Author of DECHEMA Chemistry Data Series (VLE, hE, g¥) and "Azeotropic Data" (Wiley-VCH Weinheim)(>30 parts), Author of "Vapor-Liquid Equilibria Using UNIFAC" and the textbooks "Thermodynamik", "Lehrbuch der Technischen Chemie II - Grundoperationen" and " Thermodynamik der Phasengleichgewichte", "Thermische Verfahrenstechnik" in Winnacker-Küchler (2004), Arnold-Eucken-Preis of GVC 1982, more than 300 publications in scientific journals

Elected member of different boards of GVC and DECHEMA and member in various editorial boards.

Dr. Jürgen Rarey

1979 - 1985 Study of Chemistry, University of Dortmund

1985- 1989 Scientific co-worker in the group of Prof. Gmehling (Institutefor Chemical Engineering, Univ. of Dort­mund

1991 PhD at University of Dortmund (Institute for Chemical Engineering)

since 1989 Scientific co-worker with Prof. Gmehling at University of Oldenburg

Director of DDBST GmbH, Oldenburg

Co-author of DECHEMA Chemistry Data Series, approx. 20 publications in scientific journals


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