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Process Systems Engineering

Volume 3: Supply Chain Optimization

Papageorgiou, Lazaros / Georgiadis, Michael (Herausgeber)

Process Systems Engineering (Band Nr. 3)


1. Auflage Oktober 2007
XIX, 348 Seiten, Hardcover
123 Abbildungen (4 Farbabbildungen)
72 Tabellen

ISBN: 978-3-527-31693-9
Wiley-VCH, Weinheim


A single information source on integrated supply chains for the process industries, covering modeling frameworks, optimization techniques, solution algorithms and integration aspects with applications from the petroleum, pharmaceutical, food, chemical and consumer product sectors

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Inspired by the leading authority in the field, the Centre for Process Systems Engineering at Imperial College London, this book includes theoretical developments, algorithms, methodologies and tools in process systems engineering and applications from the chemical, energy, molecular, biomedical and other areas. It spans a whole range of length scales seen in manufacturing industries, from molecular and nanoscale phenomena to enterprise-wide optimization and control. As such, this will appeal to a broad readership, since the topic applies not only to all technical processes but also due to the interdisciplinary expertise required to solve the challenge.
The ultimate reference work for years to come.

Bridging the gap between production, finances and risk in supply chain optimization

Multi-agent framework for modelling and design of supply chain networks"

Environmentally Conscious Supply Chain Management

Optimal Design and Operational Planning of Responsive Process Supply Chains

Reverse Production Systems -- Optimization modeling to support supply chains for product recovery.

Optimal Design of Supply Chain Networks using Mathematical Programming

Design and Planning of Closed Loop Supply Chains

Combining strategic planning and operative planning in the process industries

Chemical Supply Chain Redesign

A Hybrid Tabu-Branch&Bound Approach for the Solution of Large-scale Supply Chain Management Models

Enhancement of Oil & Gas Production via Network optimisation
Michael C. Georgiadis is Head of the Process System Engineering Laboratory at the PSE, Imperial College London and is the manager for academic business development of Process Systems Enterprise Ltd in Thessaloniki, Greece and is also an adjunct Associate Professor in the University of Western Macedonia, Greece. He obtained his Chemical Engineering degree from Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece and a MSc and PhD from Imperial College London. Dr. Georgiadis has authored/ co-authored over 55 papers and two books. He has a long experience in the management and participation of more than 20 collaborative research contracts and projects.

Lazaros G. Papageorgiou is a Reader in Chemical Engineering in the Department of Chemical Engineering at University College London. He graduated with a degree in Chemical Engineering from the National Technical University of Athens, Greece and a gained a PhD in Chemical Engineering from Imperial College London. Previously Dr. Papageorgiou was employed as an adjunct Assistant Professor in the Department of Production Engineering and Management at the Technical University of Crete, Greece, and as a Research Associate at the Centre for Process Systems Engineering, a joint centre between Imperial College London and University College London. He has authored/ co-authored over 80 refereed research publications.

Process Systems Enterprise (PSE), provider of the gPROMS advanced process simulation and modelling environment, is the 2007 winner of the Royal Academy of Engineering's MacRobert Award. The award, the UK's most prestigious for engineering, recognises the successful development of innovative ideas. The PSE team was presented with the MacRobert gold medal by HRH Prince Philip.

L. Papageorgiou, University College London, Department of Chemical Engineering, London, United Kingdom; M. Georgiadis, Imperial College London, Department of Chemical Engineering, London, United Kingdom