Dr. Mario Richard Eden
Dr. Mario Richard Eden
Department Chair and McMillan Professor of Chemical Engineering, Auburn University
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A novel framework for simultaneous separation process and product design
MR Eden, SB Jørgensen, R Gani, MM El-Halwagi
Chemical Engineering and Processing: Process Intensification 43 (5), 595-608, 2004
Toward the development and deployment of large-scale carbon dioxide capture and conversion processes
Z Yuan, MR Eden, R Gani
Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research 55 (12), 3383-3419, 2016
Optimal biorefinery product allocation by combining process and economic modeling
NE Sammons Jr, W Yuan, MR Eden, B Aksoy, HT Cullinan
Chemical Engineering Research and Design 86 (7), 800-808, 2008
Property integration: componentless design techniques and visualization tools
MM El‐Halwagi, IM Glasgow, X Qin, MR Eden
AIChE Journal 50 (8), 1854-1869, 2004
Fuzzy optimization approach for the synthesis of a sustainable integrated biorefinery
DHS Tay, DKS Ng, NE Sammons Jr, MR Eden
Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research 50 (3), 1652-1665, 2011
A flexible framework for optimal biorefinery product allocation
N Sammons Jr, M Eden, W Yuan, H Cullinan, B Aksoy
Environmental Progress 26 (4), 349-354, 2007
A computer-aided software-tool for sustainable process synthesis-intensification
AK Tula, DK Babi, J Bottlaender, MR Eden, R Gani
Computers & Chemical Engineering 105, 74-95, 2017
Simultaneous process and molecular design—A property based approach
FT Eljack, MR Eden, V Kazantzi, X Qin, MM El‐Halwagi
AIChE Journal 53 (5), 1232-1239, 2007
Formation lithology classification using scalable gradient boosted decision trees
VA Dev, MR Eden
Computers & chemical engineering 128, 392-404, 2019
Biomass Gasification Using Carbon Dioxide: Effect of Temperature, CO2/C Ratio, and the Study of Reactions Influencing the Process
N Sadhwani, S Adhikari, MR Eden
Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research 55 (10), 2883-2891, 2016
Woody biomass and mill waste utilization opportunities in Alabama: Transportation cost minimization, optimum facility location, economic feasibility, and impact
B Aksoy, H Cullinan, D Webster, K Gue, S Sukumaran, M Eden, ...
Environmental Progress & Sustainable Energy 30 (4), 720-732, 2011
Process synthesis, design and analysis using a process-group contribution method
AK Tula, MR Eden, R Gani
Computers & Chemical Engineering 81, 245-259, 2015
Simultaneous process and molecular design through property clustering techniques: a visualization tool
V Kazantzi, X Qin, M El-Halwagi, F Eljack, M Eden
Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research 46 (10), 3400-3409, 2007
A novel methodology for property-based molecular design using multiple topological indices
NG Chemmangattuvalappil, MR Eden
Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research 52 (22), 7090-7103, 2013
OptCAMD: an optimization-based framework and tool for molecular and mixture product design
Q Liu, L Zhang, L Liu, J Du, AK Tula, M Eden, R Gani
Computers & Chemical Engineering 124, 285-301, 2019
Reverse problem formulation approach to molecular design using property operators based on signature descriptors
NG Chemmangattuvalappil, CC Solvason, S Bommareddy, MR Eden
Computers & Chemical Engineering 34 (12), 2062-2071, 2010
Southern pines char gasification with CO2—Kinetics and effect of alkali and alkaline earth metals
N Sadhwani, S Adhikari, MR Eden, Z Wang, R Baker
Fuel Processing Technology 150, 64-70, 2016
Efficient visual mixture design of experiments using property clustering techniques
CC Solvason, NG Chemmangattuvalappil, FT Eljack, MR Eden
Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research 48 (4), 2245-2256, 2009
Dynamics and control during startup of heat integrated distillation column
MR Eden, A Koggersbøl, L Hallager, SB Jørgensen
Computers & Chemical Engineering 24 (2-7), 1091-1097, 2000
Modeling the precipitation of polydisperse nanoparticles using a total interaction energy model
SR Saunders, MR Eden, CB Roberts
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 115 (11), 4603-4610, 2011
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