Thisis an online software tool offering database search for properties of organic chemicals, prediction of pure component properties: single value properties (critical properties, normal boiling point temperature, normal melting point temperature, etc.); secondary properties (acentric factor, diploe moment, solubility parameters, etc.); temperature-dependent properties (vapor pressure, density, heats of vaporization, etc.); and, environmental properties (GWP, LC50, LD50, etc.).
A total of 56 properties are estimated through a collection of in-house property models. Additional features such as calculation of connectivity indices, PC-SAFT parameters, and solubility properties are also available.
Please stay tuned on our website, the free trial version will be available very soon.
Before the end of this year, PSE for SPEED has new collaboration projects with Chinese University to collaborate on industrial projects.
PSE for SPEED sign an agreement with Dalian University of Technology to collaborate on an industrial project on “Conceptual Design of the Purification Process of Rubber Based on New Separation Solvent”. The project starts on February 01, 2019 and end on July 31, 2019
In addition with Zhejiang University and Zhejiang University of Technology, PSE for SPEED sign a collaborate agreement on project “Systematic analysis, diagnosis and optimal operation of hydrogenation reaction and catalyst/solvent recycle system”. The project duration is 18 months.
ProBioRefine 2018 was held during December 13th-14th, 2018 in room105, Mahachulalongkorn building, Faculty of Arts, Chulalongkorn University
ProBioRefine aims to bring together the key researchers, from the institutions, and provide a forum for them to assess the current state of the technology and discuss future directions and innovation pathway. In order to develop a systematic method and associated tools that can analyze and design innovative biorefinery networks based on chemical and biological approaches to convert biomass feedstock into valuable chemicals and biofuels.
The workshop was sponsored by Chulalongkorn University, National Science and Technology Development Agency (NSTDA), PSE for SPEED. PTT Global Chemical plc., and Patum Vegetable Oil Co.Ltd. The workshop was hosted by Associated Professor Nuttha Tongchul, Professor Suttichai Assabumrungrat, and Professor Rafigul Gani.
Prof. Rafiqul Gani, CEO of PSE for SPEED, has given 2-days workshop (29-30 November 2018) on Systematic Process Simulation, Design, and Analysis and the Overview of his research at Department of Chemical Engineering, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, THAILAND.
For more information, please see the course outline: here
PSE for SPEED was at Dalian University of Technology (DUT) this week (Oct 7th – 9th) for invited lectures and software demonstration.
Prof. Gani gave a lecture on “Synthesis-Design Analysis of Energy Efficient Sustainable Processes Alternatives” and Dr. Anjan gave a software demonstration on “ProCAFD – Computer-aided Tool for Sustainable Process Synthesis, Design, Analysis and Improvement”.
Prof. Rafiqul Gani and Dr. Anjan K Tular gave a 5-Day course (3 -7 September, 2018) on Advanced Computer Aided Modelling of Chemical & Biochemical Processes at the Chemical Engineering Department of National Institute of Technology, Warangal (NIT WARANGAL) in India.
PSE for SPEED sign an agreement with Dalian University of Technology to collaborate on an industrial project on “efficient and reliable solvent based reaction separation”. The project starts on 1st September 2018 and ends on 31 January 2019.
Prof Gani completes 3 weeks (1-21 August) visiting professorship at the Chemical Engineering Department of Tsinghua University in Beijing, China. During this period, Prof Gani gave a course on Advanced Computer Aided Modelling for graduate students and a departmental seminar on “Synthesis, design and analysis of energy efficient sustainable processing alternatives”.
Prof Gani comments on “The Future of Chemical Engineering” – During AIChE’s centennial year of 2008, AIChE interviewed Dr. Gani about his vision for the future of chemical engineering. In today’s blog post, we contrast Gani’s comments from 2008 with his perspectives today.