Process Energy, Environment, and Safety

Process Energy, Environment, and Safety

Efficiencies, performance and utilization of energy in chemical processes are always important and necessary to various processing. In so doing, research requires the integration of various process equipments with energy measurement analysis as well as engineering economics and management. A closely related research is to minimize the impact of chemicals and wastes, generated in the industrial processes, on the environment. So there is an attention on seeking the ways to deliver the fuels and chemicals with minimal environmental consequences. There is also an awareness of the need to produce degradable products, to reduce wastes, and to convert unavoidable wastes and byproducts into substances that are environmental friendly. In addition, there is growing need for more effective pollution abatement to meet the increasingly stringent emissions regulations. Clean technology and waste treatment technology using various methods will also be investigated.

Faculty members:

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Sirikalaya SUVACHITANONT

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Paisan KONGKACHUICHAY

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Penjit SRINOPHAKUN

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Metta CHAREONPANICH

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Thumrongrat MUNGCHAROEN

Asst. Prof. Dr. Manop CHAROENCHAITRAKOOL

Asst. Prof. Dr. Kandis SUDSAKORN

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Oregon State University, University of Connecticut, Washington University

USA
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University of Alberta, University of Waterloo

Canada
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Mie University, Osaka University, Tohoku University

Japan
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University of Queenland

Australia
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Massey University

New Zealand
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Teesside University

UK
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Vienna University of Technology

Austria