工业催化与能源化工Industrial Catalysis and Energy Chemical Engineering
陈秉辉课题组: 催化与反应工程

Bing-Hui CHEN — Catalysis and Reaction Engineering

Group Members
Professor Peiping Tang(汤培平), Assistant Professor Yunhua Li (李云华)

Selected Publications

  1. “Thermodynamic analysis of hydrogen production via glycerol steam reforming with CO2 adsorption”, Y.-H. Li, W.-J. Wang, B.-H. Chen and Y.-Y. Cao. International J of Hydrogen Energy 2010, 35, 15, 7768-7777
  2. “A Multidisciplinary Approach Toward the Rapid and Preparative-Scale Biocatalytic Synthesis of Chiral Amino Alcohols: A Concise Transketolase-/ω-Transaminase-Mediated Synthesis of (2S,3S)-2-Aminopentane-1,3-diol”, M.E.B. Smith, B.-H. Chen, E.G. Hibbert, U. Kaulmann, K. Smithies, J.L. Galman, F. Baganz, P.A. Dalby, H.C .Hailes, G.J. Lye, J.M. Ward, J.M. Woodley, M. Micheletti, Organic Process Research & Development 2010, 14, 99–107.
  3. “Catalytic conversion of CH4 and CO2 to synthesis gas on Ni/SiO2 catalysts containing Gd2O3 promoter”, J.-H. Guo, Gao J, B.-H. Chen, Z.-Y. Hou, J.-H. Fei, H. Lou, X.-M. Zheng, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy. 2009, 34: 8905–8911.
  4. “Modelling and simulation of a transketolase mediated reaction: Sensitivity analysis of kinetic parameters”, N.A. Sayer, B.-H. Chen, G.J. Lye and J.M. Woodley, Biochemical Engineering Journal. 2009, 47:1-9.
  5. “Modelling and simulation of a transketolase mediated reaction: Analysis of alternative modes of operation”, N.A. Sayer, B.-H. Chen, G.J. Lye and J.M. Woodley, Biochemical Engineering Journal. 2009, 47:10-18.
  6. “An efficient approach to kinetic model generation based on automated microscale experimentation and model driven experimental design”, B.-H. Chen, M. Micheletti, J.M. Woodley and G.J. Lye, Chemical Engineering Science. 2009 64:403-409.
  7. “A new approach to bioconversion reaction kinetic parameter identification”, B.-H. Chen, E.G. Hibbert, P.A. Dalby and J.M. Woodley, AIChE J. 2008, 54:2155-2163
  8. “Accelerating biocatalytic process design: Integrating new tools from biology, chemistry and engineering”, F. Baganz, B.-H. Chen, P.A. Dalby, H.C. Hailes, E. Hibbert, U. Kaulmann, G.J. Lye, M. Micheletti, M.E.B. Smith, K. Smithie, J.M. Ward and J.M. Woodley, Journal of Biotechnology 2007, 131: S78.
  9. “Modelling and optimisation of a transketolase mediated carbon-carbon bond formation reaction”, B.-H. Chen, F. Baganz and J.M. Woodley, Chemical Engineering Science. 2007, 62:3178-3184
  10. “Reaction modelling and simulation to assess the integrated use of transketolase and ω-transaminase for the synthesis of an aminotriol”, B.-H. Chen, A. Sayar, U. Kaulmann, P.A. Dalby, J.M. Ward and J.M. Woodley, Biocatalysis & Biotransformation. 2006, 24: 449-457.
  11. “Process Limitations in a Whole-Cell Catalysed Oxidation: Sensitivity Analysis”, H.E.M. Law, C.V.F. Baldwin, B.-H. Chen and J.M. Woodley, Chemical Engineering Science 2006, 61: 6646-6652.
  12. “On the design of optimally informative experiments for dynamic crystallization process modeling”, B.-H. Chen, S.K .Bermingham, A.-H. Neumann, H.J.M. Kramer and S.P. Asprey, Ind. Eng. Chem. Res. 2004, 43: 4889-4902.
  13. “On the design of optimally informative experiments for model discrimination in multiresponse nonlinear dynamic situations”, B.-H. Chen and S.P. Asprey, Ind. Eng. Chem. Res. 2003, 42:1379-1390
  14. “Wavelet shrinkage data preprocessing for neural networks in bioprocess modeling”, B.-H. Chen and J.-M. Woodley Comput Chem Eng 2002, 26:1611-1620
  15. “Modelling of the Baeyer-Villiger monooxygenase catalysed synthesis of optically pure lactones”, B.-H. Chen, S.-D .Doig, G.J. Lye and J.M. Woodley, IChemE part C: Food Bioprod Process 2002: 51-55

Selected Targets of Current Interest


陈秉辉 教授、博士生导师

 
博士(英国利兹大学)
硕士(浙江大学)
学士(华侨大学)

国家发明三等奖(第三发明人,1997.12)
中国石化总公司科技进步二等奖(1997.1)
中国石化总公司科技进步二等奖(1996.1)

电话:(0592)2185253、2185203(lab)
传真:(0592)2185203
电子邮箱:chenbh@xmu.edu.cn

研究兴趣:纳米材料的可控制备;活性组分纳米微观结构对催化剂特性的影响;有机-无机杂化材料及在催化中的应用;多相催化反应器;过程集成与优化。

 




Bing-Hui CHEN Professors

 
Ph. D, University of Leeds;
M.C.E. Zhejiang University;
B.S. Huaqiao University;

Research Interests:
Nano-particle controlled synthesis.
The linkage between nano-structure of active composition and catalyst properties.
Organic-inorganic hybrid materials and applications in catalysis
Multi-phase catalytic reactor design
Process integration and optimization

Honors and Awards:
Third price of National invention (1997)
Science and Technology Progress Award by Sinopec (1997)
Science and Technology Progress Award by Sinopec (1996)