Periodica Polytechnica Chemical Engineering is a peer reviewed scientific journal published by the Faculty of Chemical Technology and Biotechnology of the Budapest University of Technology and Economics. It was founded in 1957.
Periodica Polytechnica Chemical Engineering publishes both research and application oriented papers, in the area of chemical engineering including environmental and bioengineering.
Each paper is evaluated in a blind review process (peer reviewers remain anonymous in the review process), with two reviewers for a paper. Papers are published free of charge for authors.
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Vol. 59, No. 2 (2015)
Table of Contents
|Langmuir-Blodgett Films of Gold Nanorods with Different Silica Shell Thicknesses|
|Eszter Gergely-Fülöp, Norbert Nagy, András Deák||104-110|
|Pervaporation of Ethanol/Water Mixtures Through a High-Silica MFI Membrane: Comparison of Different Semi-Empirical Mass Transfer Models|
|Tiina Leppäjärvi, Ilkka Malinen, Danil Korelskiy, Jani Kangas, Jonas Hedlund, Juha Tanskanen||111-123|
|Novel Synthesis of 1-substituted meso-3,4-dihydroxypyrrolidines with a RuCl3-catalyzed Key Reaction|
|Evelin Bell, Zoltán Boros, Gábor Hornyánszky||124-128|
|Stochastic Simulation of Droplet Interactions in Suspension Polymerization of Vinyl Chloride|
|Ágnes Bárkányi, Sándor Németh||129-137|
|Modelling and Simulation of Particle Size Distribution of Precipitates in Continuous Tubular Crystallizers|
|Botond Szilágyi, Réka Barabás, Béla G. Lakatos||138-144|
|Online Monitoring of Catalyst Deactivation Based on Data Reconciliation and Flowsheeting Simulator|
|Barbara Farsang, Sándor Németh, János Abonyi||145-150|
|Batch Cooling Crystallization of Plate-like Crystals: A Simulation Study|
|Botond Szilágyi, Béla Lakatos||151-158|
|Design and Control of Di n-Pentyl Ether Process|
|Ahtesham Javaid, Costin Sorin Bildea||159-167|
ISSN : 1587-3765