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Silicon carbide equipments for process intensification of silicon reactions.

Abstract

Bluestar Silicones, one of the worldwide leaders in silicones chemistry, proposes a R&D project, aiming to design new equipment for the transposition of batch to continuous processes. The safety and environmental issues linked to this type of chemicals, and the productivity targets as well require innovative technologies characterized by a fair corrosion resistance and high heat and mass transfer performances. A preliminary prototype of heat exchanger reactor made of silicon carbide plates has been developed by the LGC in collaboration with a SME specialist of SiC, Boostec. It has allowed the pilot feasibility with some reactions of industrial interest for a Bluestar Silicones to be highlighted. Now, it is necessary to pursue this effort and beyond the feasibility step to go on up to the design of an industrial reactor. This project corresponds to a programme of innovative process development in order to design cleaner, safer and less consuming devices.
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hal-04044955 , version 1 (24-03-2023)

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  • HAL Id : hal-04044955 , version 1
  • OATAO : 3022

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Kamel Ramdani, Marc Ferrato, Sébastien Elgue, Christophe Gourdon, V. Meille, et al.. Silicon carbide equipments for process intensification of silicon reactions.. 2nd International Congress on Green Process Engineering,2nd European Process Intensification Conference, Jun 2009, Venise, Italy. pp.0. ⟨hal-04044955⟩
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