Modelling and optimisation of industrial absorption processes: an EC collaborative research project Academic Article uri icon


  • This work summarises the research and technological achievements of the EC funded research project OPT-ABSO. The major innovation of the present project is the development of a fully integrated set of modelling, simulation, and optimisation methodologies, and computer-aided tools for the design, synthesis, control, and efficient operation of sustainable industrial absorption processes. The aim of cost, waste and energy reduction and the development of realistic operating strategies for practical implementation are facilitated through an interactive software framework. 2005 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.

published proceedings

  • European Symposium on Computer-Aided Process Engineering-15, 20A and 20B

author list (cited authors)

  • Seferlis, P., Dalaouti, N., Kenig, E. Y., Huepen, B., Patil, P., Jobson, M., ... Fernholz, G.

citation count

  • 1

complete list of authors

  • Seferlis, P||Dalaouti, N||Kenig, EY||Huepen, B||Patil, P||Jobson, M||Klemes, J||Proios, P||Georgiadis, MC||Pistikopoulos, EN||Singare, S||Bildea, CS||Grievink, J||Verheijen, PJT||Hostrup, M||Harper, P||Vlachopoulos, G||Kerasidis, C||Katsanevakis, J||Constantinidis, D||Stehlik, P||Fernholz, G

publication date

  • January 2005