Authors: Filipe Vargas Ferreira, Marcos Mariano, Ivanei Ferreira Pinheiro, Liliane Maria Ferrareso Lona, Lucia Helena Innocentini Mei
This work addresses topics such as the history of mass diffusion, the effect of thermodynamics on the diffusion of matter, molecular transport mechanisms in gases, liquids, supercritical fluids , membranes, crystalline, nanocrystalline and porous solids, as well as in multicomponent systems.
Author: Marco Aurélio Cremasco
To summarize the innovative concept of this project, it is emphasized that no university evolves, in fact, without being compared to others in measuring its progress. In the comparative plan, not only Brazilian institutions are included, but similar ones from other countries that have long been in the top positions in global rankings.
Authors: Jacques Marcovitch; Aluísio Cotrim Insured; Antônio Carlos Marques; Carlos Antônio Luque; Carlos Augusto Vergani; Cleopatra da Silva Planeta; Elizabeth Balbachevsky; Stephen Gamba; Fábio Sampaio Rosas; Fernando Hashimoto; Franz Kaiser; Gabriela De Brelaz; William Wolff Bueno; Helber Holland; João Eduardo Ferreira; José Antônio Rocha Gontijo; José Augusto Chaves Guimarães; Justin Axel-Berg; Lidiane C. Silva; Mariluce Moura; Marisa Masumi Beppu; Milena Pavan Seraphim; Nina Ranieri; Renze Kolster; Rogério Mugnaini; Sabine Righetti; Solange Maria dos Santos; Soraya Soubhi Smaili; Teresa Dib Zambon Atvars; Vuokko Kohtamaki
Microfluidics represents great potential for the design, development, and optimization of chemical processes, and chemical engineering enhances the design of industrial process designs often found in large factories of chemicals. Together, microfluidics and chemical engineering can lead to a more complete and comprehensive process.
Authors: Harrson Silva Santana, João Lameu da Silva Jr, Osvaldir Pereira Taranto
IGI Global Publisher
This book treats modeling and simulation in a simple way that builds on existing knowledge and students’ intuition. They will learn how to build a model and solve it using Excel.
Author: Liliane Maria Ferrareso Lona
This book it is inserted in the field of knowledge of unit operations related to the phenomenon of transport of momentum. It addresses a set of operations that involve fluid transport and fluid-particle physical interaction in transport, mixing and mechanical separation operations between solid-fluid phases and between different particulates.
Author: Marco Aurélio Cremasco
Alexis de Tocqueville, contemplating emerging technology in America in the mid-19th century, summed up a good governance premise: “a new world calls for new policies”. Today, to use a very close reference, the movement to adapt São Paulo state universities to the demands of the new times could not come from just one institution, alone. The decision of its Council of Rectors (Cruesp) to undertake a joint study of the three universities on policies to be adopted and define the ideal digital base for measuring, recording and disseminating their academic performance was therefore unanimous. .
Authors: Jacques Marcovitch; José Goldemberg; Justin Axel-Berg; Sabine Righetti; Solange Maria dos Santos; Luiz Nunes de Oliveira; Maria Cláudia Cabrini Grácio; Fábio Sampaio Rosas; Nina Ranieri; Renato Pedrosa; Micael Waldhelm Pereira; Carlos Henrique de Brito Cruz; Karen Shimizu; João Eduardo Ferreira; Raul Machado; Aluisio Cotrim Insured; Marisa Masumi Beppu; Helber Holland; José Augusto Chaves Guimarães
The work, which was born from the Inova Capacita Project, aims to share experiences that can be replicated by Technological Innovation Centers in the process of being implemented in Brazil. The book has the participation of 64 authors, representing 14 institutions that are part of the Network, and is divided into five thematic sections, namely: Technology portfolio management; Challenges for negotiation and partnerships; The role of NITs in promoting entrepreneurship; Innovation indicators for NITs; Communication and marketing in NITs; and Management Challenges in NITs.
Organizers: Milton Mori, Vanessa Regina Sensato Russano, Raquel Moutinho Barbosa, Marina Rezende Nania
The book is a collection of texts containing several approaches to bioplastics, written by different authors, with their own vision and experience in the area. The aim is to transmit knowledge and clarify doubts at a technical-scientific level.ico that covers readers beyond our university boundaries. It is an extremely important topic, discussed around the world, especially in countries that favor sustainable development. The reader will notice that the countless uses of these ecologically viable materials cover different and important areas, being one of the very interesting alternatives for the Brazilian market.
Organizer: Lucia Helena Innocentini Mei
To be an entrepreneur is to pursue a goal in life and, above all, have the resilience to deal with the big obstacles of the journey. And it is about overcoming these challenges that the book “Unicamp, 50 years – A history of innovation and entrepreneurship” is about.
Author: Paulo Cesar Nascimento
Editorial Project Coordinator: Milton Mori
Publisher Inova Unicamp
The cane Sugar has attracted a lot of interest for its potential as a viable renewable energy crop. While the use of sugarcane juice for ethanol production has been around for years, a new focus on using the fibrous product known as bagasse to produce renewable fuels and bio-based chemicals is growing. The success of these efforts and the development of new sugarcane varieties can greatly increase the use of sugarcane and sugarcane biomass as fuels, while increasing sustainability and competitiveness. of the industry.
Organizers: Ian O’Hara, Sagadevan Mundree
Chapter 12: Integrated first- and second-generation processes for bioethanol production from sugarcane
Authors: Marina Oliveira de Souza Dias, Otávio Cavalett, Rubens Maciel Filho and Antonio Bonomi
This book presents information about the Brazilian saga of production and use of ethanol for vehicles. It was held to commemorate the 40th anniversary of the launch of Proálcool, which took place in November 1975. The authors highlight the most relevant facts of this trajectory, especially from the point of view of the advances in science and technology of sugarcane ethanol in the Brazil and the relationship between research carried out by the private and public sectors.
Coordinator: Luís Augusto Barbosa Cortez
In this publication we present the practice of basic procedures, recommendations for obtaining the best quality of samples and the results of some research related to physical, chemical and of the most varied types of biomass, these being residual and energy planting.
Authors: Luísa Azevedo Higuchi, Katia TannousEditor:
This book presents phenomenological, experimental, and theoretical research as well as market criteria and business models relating to the development of small and large scale chemical and energy plants.
Author: Katia Tannous
Publisher IGI Global
Mass transfer is present in several processes, from the simplest, such as dissolving sugar in a cup of coffee, to more complex, such as those present in the chemical, petrochemical and pharmaceutical industries, in pollution control and cereal drying. Finally, in any process where you want to separate or add a certain component in a given mixture.
Author: Marco Aurélio Cremasco
This book seeks to show the importance of Chemical Engineering and how it is present in people’s daily lives. The intention is to be an introductory book in which chemical formulas and mathematical equations are left for another opportunity, aiming to clarify aspects about the formation of the chemical engineer. Therefore, the aim is to understand Chemical Engineering through the areas and fields of activity of its professional, as well as the products and services arising from its activities. In addition, there is a concern to contextualize the profession by presenting a little of the world and national history of the Chemical Industry and Chemical Engineering, as well as the responsibilities and skills desired for the chemical engineer, highlighting the importance of Ethics as a guide for their actions.
Author: Marco Aurélio Cremasco
This project is a collective effort with contributions from 137 researchers from 82 institutions in 24 countries.
One of the results of the project is a synthesis of the volume of knowledge. This is an ebook of over 700 pages derived from an assessment that included a meeting held at UNESCO, Paris, in December 2013. Experts discussed the sustainability of bioenergy across its entire lifeline, including land use, materials raw materials, conversion technologies and the social, environmental and economic impacts of the expansion of bioenergy in the world.
Organizers: Glaucia Mendes Souza, Reynaldo L. Victoria, Carlos A. Joly, Luciano M. Verdade
Authors: Luís Augusto Barbosa Cortez, Francisco Emílio Baccaro Nigro, André M. Nassar, Heitor Cantarella, Luiz Augusto Horta Nogueira, Márcia Azanha Ferraz Dias de Moraes, Rodrigo Lima Verde Leal, Telma Teixeira Franco, Ulf Schuchardt
Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) has gained tremendous popularity in recent years as a treatment option for specialties including Orthopedics, Dentistry, Sports Medicine, Otolaryngology, Neurosurgery, Ophthalmology, Urology, Vascular, Cardiothoracic and Maxillofacial Surgery, and Veterinary Medicine. Today, PRP and stem cell science have added an exciting dimension to tissue repair.
Authors: José Fábio Santos Duarte Lana, Maria Helena Andrade Santana, William Dias Belangero, Angela Cristina Malheiros Luzo
The book provides insight comprehensive overview of biological and engineering concepts related to mammalian and insect cell technology, as well as an overview of the applications of animal cell technology. Part 1 of the book covers the fundamentals on which this technology is based and covers the science that underlies the technology. Part 2 covers applications from the production of therapeutic proteins to gene therapy. The chapter authors are internationally recognized in the field of animal cell culture research and have extensive experience in the areas covered in their respective chapters.
Organizers: Leda Castilho, Angela Maria Moraes, Elisabeth Augusto, Mike Butler
Taylor & Francis
Pharmaceutical Biotechnology is a flourishing field of research and of great importance for the study of Bioprocess Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Biology, Microbiology, Biomedicine, Chemistry and Pharmacy. Technology for the Cultivation of Animal Cells: from Biopharmaceuticals to Gene Therapy, it has the experience of researchers from eight countries, bringing to the reader the advances achieved in the last two decades in cloning and expression of heterologous proteins, cell growth and death, measpects of culture and metabolism, as well as aspects of the use of bioreactors and work processes with cells and their products. It is a complete book on animal cell cultivation.
Organizers: Ângela Maria Moraes, Elisabeth F. Pires Augusto, Leda R. Castilho
Agitation and Mixing in Industry is a work aimed at both professionals who make use of the operation. agitation and mixture in the process industry, such as undergraduate and graduate engineering students, as there is no reference in the Portuguese language that addresses this subject. As clearly as possible, without prejudice to the quality of the information, the main topics related to the theme are addressed: Basic Concepts of Agitation and Mixing, presenting the use of dimensionless numbers and design variables.
Authors: José Roberto Nunhez; Celso Fernandes Joaquim Júnior; Ephraim Cekinski; Luiz Carlos Urenha