Georgios D. Stefanidis mostly deals with Steam reforming, Microreactor, Chemical engineering, Methane and Process engineering. His Steam reforming research includes themes of Packed bed, Heat exchanger and Analytical chemistry. His Microreactor study incorporates themes from Yield, Membrane reactor, Space time and Sewage treatment.
His studies in Chemical engineering integrate themes in fields like Scientific method, Boiling, Methane reformer and Catalysis. His Methane reformer research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Syngas and Catalytic combustion. His research in Process engineering intersects with topics in Microwave technology, Distillation, Process and Chemical industry.
Georgios D. Stefanidis focuses on Chemical engineering, Process engineering, Catalysis, Microreactor and Methane. His work in Chemical engineering addresses subjects such as Hydrogen, which are connected to disciplines such as Analytical chemistry. His research investigates the connection between Process engineering and topics such as Coal that intersect with issues in Biomass.
His Catalysis research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Photochemistry, Temperature measurement and Acetylene. His Microreactor research focuses on Steam reforming and how it relates to Combustion and Methanol. His research investigates the connection between Methane and topics such as Nanosecond that intersect with problems in Ethylene.
His primary scientific interests are in Chemical engineering, Process engineering, Methane, Crystallization and Ethylene. His study in Chemical engineering is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Vaporizer, Particulates, Plasma gasification, Carbon and Breakage. His research integrates issues of Single-mode optical fiber, Syngas, Process and Coal in his study of Process engineering.
Georgios D. Stefanidis interconnects Yield, Hydrogen, Methane reformer, Catalysis and Analytical chemistry in the investigation of issues within Methane. His Catalysis study combines topics in areas such as Perovskite and Strontium titanate. The various areas that Georgios D. Stefanidis examines in his Ethylene study include Nanosecond, Waste management, Wind power, Acetylene and Naphtha.
His primary areas of study are Methane, Process engineering, Chemical engineering, Catalysis and Yield. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Nanosecond and Analytical chemistry. Georgios D. Stefanidis has included themes like Hydrogen production, Nonthermal plasma, Plate electrode and Dissipation in his Analytical chemistry study.
He combines subjects such as Evaporation, Heat transfer, Adsorption and Process with his study of Process engineering. When carried out as part of a general Chemical engineering research project, his work on Perovskite is frequently linked to work in Space velocity, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study. His Yield research integrates issues from Chemical physics, Hydrogen, Acoustic energy, Chiral resolution and Ethylene.
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CFD simulations of steam cracking furnaces using detailed combustion mechanisms
Georgios D. Stefanidis;Bart Merci;Geraldine J. Heynderickx;Guy B. Marin.
Computers & Chemical Engineering (2006)
Comparison of photocatalytic space-time yields of 12 reactor designs for wastewater treatment
M. Enis Leblebici;Georgios D. Stefanidis;Tom Van Gerven.
Chemical Engineering and Processing (2015)
A helicopter view of microwave application to chemical processes: reactions, separations, and equipment concepts
Georgios D. Stefanidis;Alexander Navarrete Muñoz;Guido S.J. Sturm;Andrzej Stankiewicz.
Reviews in Chemical Engineering (2014)
Low-cost small scale processing technologies for production applications in various environments-Mass produced factories
C Bramsiepe;S Sievers;T Seifert;Georgios Stefanidis.
Chemical Engineering and Processing (2012)
Evaluation of high-emissivity coatings in steam cracking furnaces using a non-grey gas radiation model
Georgios Stefanidis;K. M Van Geem;G. J Heynderickx;G. B Marin.
Chemical Engineering Journal (2008)
On the effect of resonant microwave fields on temperature distribution in time and space
Guido S.J. Sturm;Martin D. Verweij;Tom van Gerven;Andrzej I. Stankiewicz.
International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer (2012)
The panorama of plasma-assisted non-oxidative methane reforming
Marco Scapinello;Evangelos Delikonstantis;Georgios D. Stefanidis.
Chemical Engineering and Processing (2017)
On the use of the Couette Cell technology for large scale production of textured soy-based meat replacers
Georgios A. Krintiras;Javier Gadea Diaz;Atze Jan van der Goot;Andrzej I. Stankiewicz.
Journal of Food Engineering (2016)
Production of structured soy-based meat analogues using simple shear and heat in a Couette Cell
Georgios A. Krintiras;Jesse Göbel;Atze Jan van der Goot;Georgios D. Stefanidis;Georgios D. Stefanidis.
Journal of Food Engineering (2015)
Microwaves and microreactors: Design challenges and remedies
Guido S.J. Sturm;Martin D. Verweij;Andrzej I. Stankiewicz;Georgios D. Stefanidis.
Chemical Engineering Journal (2014)
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