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Sustainable production is essential for the future of the global economy. Despite the publication of its baseline vision over 30 years ago and the resulting diversity of interpretations and subdisciplines in engineering and social sciences, the progress of the approach in industrial practice...
In the present study, a series of thermochemical equilibrium modeling was conducted to assess the thermodynamic potential of biomass conversion to ammonia using thermal and nonthermal plasma at small‐ and large‐scale production. The system was designed and evaluated for five different locations...
On the way toward a carbon‐neutral economy, a rise in the demand for separation technologies can be expected. This holds especially for membranes, which are energy efficient and thus very promising technologies. However, this challenges membrane researchers to consider the sustainability and...
Due to economic, social and technical trends, as well as rising energy costs, the food and beverage industry is challenged to work energy‐efficiently. Small and medium‐sized enterprises in particular lack of both time and knowledge to identify and implement suitable energy efficiency measures....
In a typical Haber‐Bosch process, a gas stream containing 15–20 mol% ammonia is obtained from the reactor effluent, and ammonia is then partially separated in a phase‐changing condensation unit. When operating at lower pressure for distributed manufacturing, the single‐pass conversion drops to...
Many chemical manufacturing and separations processes like solvent extraction comprise hierarchically complex configurations of functional process units. With increasing complexity, strategies that rely on heuristics become less reliable for design optimization. In this study, we explore deep...
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