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Integration and Separation

  • Octavian Iordache
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Part of the Lecture Notes in Intelligent Transportation and Infrastructure book series (LNITI)

Abstract

Trees are combinatorial objects that describe multi-scale systems, classifications, separation schemes, schedules, automata self-reconfiguration, logical schemes, and organizational structures. Hopf algebras and dual graded graphs associated to trees generate separation schemes and highlight the separation-integration methods. Schemes of operations as middle vessel column MVC distillation, pressure swing adsorption, PSA, or simulated moving bed, SMB, of increasing importance in chemical, pharmaceutical and food industry or in environment protection are studied here. Innovative cyclic operations of separation have been proposed as polytopic projects.

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