His scientific interests lie mostly in Process, Process engineering, Chemical industry, Thermodynamics and Structure. His Process research includes elements of Reactive distillation, Chemical process and Biochemical engineering. His studies deal with areas such as Simulation and Intermolecular force as well as Process engineering.
His work on Nucleation and Crystallization as part of general Thermodynamics study is frequently linked to Scaling, bridging the gap between disciplines. His biological study deals with issues like Nanotechnology, which deal with fields such as Mass transfer. His Chemical reaction engineering research focuses on Scientific method and how it relates to Catalysis.
His primary areas of study are Chemical engineering, Process engineering, Catalysis, Process and Scientific method. His work in the fields of Chemical engineering, such as Crystallization, overlaps with other areas such as Electrospray. His Crystallization research incorporates themes from Nanotechnology and Nucleation.
The Process engineering study combines topics in areas such as Reactive distillation, Chemical process and Chemical industry. Catalysis is a subfield of Organic chemistry that Andrzej Stankiewicz investigates. His work on Biochemical engineering expands to the thematically related Process.
His primary scientific interests are in Process engineering, Catalysis, Process, Heat transfer and SPHERES. The various areas that he examines in his Process engineering study include Scientific method, Electrification, Chemical process and Chemical reactor. His Scientific method research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Heat exchanger, Membrane, Separation technology and Scale.
The concepts of his Catalysis study are interwoven with issues in Optoelectronics, Chemical engineering, Methane and Microwave heating. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Chemical kinetics, Toluene, Environmental engineering and Mineralization. He regularly links together related areas like Manufacturing engineering in his Process studies.
His main research concerns Catalysis, Process, Process engineering, Analytical chemistry and Methane. As part of one scientific family, Andrzej Stankiewicz deals mainly with the area of Catalysis, narrowing it down to issues related to the Chemical engineering, and often Scientific method, Photocatalysis, Toluene, Chemical kinetics and Mineralization. His research is interdisciplinary, bridging the disciplines of Manufacturing engineering and Process.
Andrzej Stankiewicz has included themes like Continuous reactor and Microwave heating in his Process engineering study. His Analytical chemistry research includes themes of Hydrogen, Water-gas shift reaction, Syngas and Waveguide. His Methane research focuses on Carbon dioxide reforming and how it connects with Thermal, Optoelectronics, Temperature measurement, Thermocouple and Microwave cavity.
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Process Intensification: Transforming Chemical Engineering
A. I Stankiewicz;J. A Moulijn.
Chemical Engineering Progress (2000)
Structure, energy, synergy, time - the fundamentals of Process Intensification
Thomas Van Gerven;Andrzej Stankiewicz.
Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research (2009)
A review of intensification of photocatalytic processes
Thomas Van Gerven;Thomas Van Gerven;Guido Mul;Jacob A. Moulijn;Andrzej Stankiewicz.
Chemical Engineering and Processing (2007)
Reactive separations for process intensification: an industrial perspective
Chemical Engineering and Processing (2003)
Membrane engineering in process intensification—An overview
Enrico Drioli;Enrico Drioli;Andrzej I. Stankiewicz;Francesca Macedonio.
Journal of Membrane Science (2011)
Re-Engineering the Chemical Processing Plant: Process Intensification
Andrzej Stankiewicz;Jacob A. Moulijn.
Process intensification and process systems engineering: A friendly symbiosis
Jacob A. Moulijn;Andrzej Stankiewicz;Johan Grievink;Andrzej Górak.
Computers & Chemical Engineering (2008)
Crystal Nucleation Kinetics from Induction Times and Metastable Zone Widths
Samir A. Kulkarni;Somnath S. Kadam;Hugo Meekes;Andrzej I. Stankiewicz.
Crystal Growth & Design (2013)
A new view on the metastable zone width during cooling crystallization
Somnath S. Kadam;Samir A. Kulkarni;Roger Coloma Ribera;Andrzej I. Stankiewicz.
Chemical Engineering Science (2012)
Hydrodynamic evaluations in high rate algae pond (HRAP) design
H. Hadiyanto;Steven Elmore;Tom Van Gerven;Andrzej Stankiewicz.
Chemical Engineering Journal (2013)
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