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eBook Managing CO2 Emissions in the Chemical Industry (Green Chemistry (Wiley)) epub

by Hans-Joachim Leimkühler

eBook Managing CO2 Emissions in the Chemical Industry (Green Chemistry (Wiley)) epub
  • ISBN: 3527326596
  • Author: Hans-Joachim Leimkühler
  • Genre: Engineering
  • Subcategory: Engineering
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Wiley-VCH; 1 edition (October 18, 2010)
  • Pages: 480 pages
  • ePUB size: 1834 kb
  • FB2 size 1828 kb
  • Formats doc lit azw docx


Hans-Joachim Leimkühler is Vice President of Bayer Technology Services GmbH in Leverkusen, Germany. Dr. Leimkühler joined Bayer in 1989.

Hans-Joachim Leimkühler is Vice President of Bayer Technology Services GmbH in Leverkusen, Germany. In this position he is responsible for evaluation, development and overall optimization of chemical processes. His special interest is the development of efficient and sustainable processes.

Managing CO2 Emissions in the Chemical Industry (Green Chemistry). Hans-Joachim Leimkühler.

Hans-Joachim Leimkuhler is Vice President of Bayer Technology Services GmbH in Leverkusen, Germany. Leimkuhler joined Bayer in 1989.

In this paper, a framework for the assessment of CO2 utilization options in the chemical industry is outlined in which the total CO2 emission is estimated in four steps. First, the processes under study are. surveyed to establish the consumption of different raw materials (reactants). Second, the CO2 emission due to the content of fossil carbon in the reactants is determined, . the material-related emission.

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Recycling in the chemical industry. routine or accidental emissions during production. the use and disposal of a product. Materials and applications. Underlying the concept of green chemistry is the desire to produce chemicals that are as useful as possible whilst also being both safe for us to use and safe for the environment. Safety refers to both flammability and toxicity. For example, polymers have been developed which are much less flammable than the more well known polymers but also retain properties such as toughness.

Green chemistry is the utilisation of a set of principles that reduces or eliminates the use or generation of hazardous substances in the design, manufacture and application of chemical products.

This unrivaled reference and handbook on this hot topic covers the technical and administrative aspects of CO2 emissions, with special reference to the chemical and petrochemical industry. It also discusses energy efficient design, cultural aspects and future developments, answering such questions along the way as:- How can I measure and demonstrate the CO2 emissions linked to my production?- How can I benefit from CO2 neutral investments using the UNFCCC frame?- How can I reduce or avoid CO2 emissions by technical measures and new processes?- If CO2 emissions cannot be avoided, how is the capture and storage of CO2 technically and economically feasible?- What are the upcoming technical developments regarding CO2 reduction?A highly useful, practical and essential information source on one of the most pressing environmental topics of our times.
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