Selen Cremaschi Group Papers Among Most Downloaded
Thursday, October 17, 2013
TU researchers recognized for most downloaded papers in Computers & Chemical Engineering 2012-2013.
Two articles published by two TU graduate students are among the most downloaded papers published in Computers & Chemical Engineering between September 2012 and August 2013. Both students were advised by Dr. Selen Cremaschi, and recently graduated with their PhDs from the Department of Chemical Engineering. The paper titled “Optimization of CO2 capture process with aqueous amines using response surface methodology”, by Dr. Nuchitprasittichai and Dr. Cremaschi, analyzed the impact of different amine absorbents and their concentrations, and design and operating conditions of the CO2 recovery plant on the CO2 removal cost. The second paper, authored by Dr. Fahmi and Dr. Cremaschi, is titled “Process synthesis of biodiesel production plant using artificial neural networks as the surrogate models”, and determines the optimum biodiesel production route from palm oil. The papers can be accessed through the following links:
Optimization of CO2 capture process with aqueous amines using response surface methodology
Process synthesis of biodiesel production plant using artificial neural networks as the surrogate models