Yoshiaki Kawajiri
Yoshiaki Kawajiri
Professor at Nagoya University, Adjunct Professor at Georgia Institute of Technology
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Systems design and economic analysis of direct air capture of CO2 through temperature vacuum swing adsorption using MIL-101 (Cr)-PEI-800 and mmen-Mg2 (dobpdc) MOF adsorbents
A Sinha, LA Darunte, CW Jones, MJ Realff, Y Kawajiri
Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research 56 (3), 750-764, 2017
Optimization strategies for simulated moving bed and PowerFeed processes
Y Kawajiri, LT Biegler
AIChE Journal 52 (4), 1343-1350, 2006
Nonlinear programming superstructure for optimal dynamic operations of simulated moving bed processes
Y Kawajiri, LT Biegler
Industrial & engineering chemistry research 45 (25), 8503-8513, 2006
Pumping liquid metal at high temperatures up to 1,673 kelvin
C Amy, D Budenstein, M Bagepalli, D England, F DeAngelis, G Wilk, ...
Nature 550 (7675), 199-203, 2017
Modeling of rapid temperature swing adsorption using hollow fiber sorbents
F Rezaei, S Subramanian, J Kalyanaraman, RP Lively, Y Kawajiri, ...
Chemical Engineering Science 113, 62-76, 2014
Critical limitations on the efficiency of two-step thermochemical cycles
C Jarrett, W Chueh, C Yuan, Y Kawajiri, KH Sandhage, A Henry
Solar Energy 123, 57-73, 2016
Introduction to IPOPT: A tutorial for downloading, installing, and using IPOPT
A Waechter, C Laird, F Margot, Y Kawajir
Revision, 2009
Modeling of nucleation and growth kinetics for unseeded batch cooling crystallization
H Li, Y Kawajiri, MA Grover, RW Rousseau
Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research 56 (14), 4060-4073, 2017
Application of an empirical FBRM model to estimate crystal size distributions in batch crystallization
H Li, Y Kawajiri, MA Grover, RW Rousseau
Crystal growth & design 14 (2), 607-616, 2014
How Well Do Approximate Models of Adsorption-Based CO2 Capture Processes Predict Results of Detailed Process Models?
J Park, HO Rubiera Landa, Y Kawajiri, MJ Realff, RP Lively, DS Sholl
Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research 59 (15), 7097-7108, 2019
Introduction to IPOPT: A tutorial for downloading, installing, and using IPOPT
Y Kawajir, C Laird, A Wachter
Ipopt/doc/documentation. pdf, 2006
Development of an empirical method relating crystal size distributions and FBRM measurements
H Li, MA Grover, Y Kawajiri, RW Rousseau
Chemical engineering science 89, 142-151, 2013
Thermally moderated hollow fiber sorbent modules in rapidly cycled pressure swing adsorption mode for hydrogen purification
RP Lively, N Bessho, DA Bhandari, Y Kawajiri, WJ Koros
International journal of hydrogen energy 37 (20), 15227-15240, 2012
Comparison of various ternary simulated moving bed separation schemes by multi-objective optimization
G Agrawal, Y Kawajiri
Journal of Chromatography A 1238, 105-113, 2012
Interactive multi-objective optimization for simulated moving bed processes
J Hakanen, Y Kawajiri, K Miettinen, LT Biegler
Control and Cybernetics 36 (2), 283-302, 2007
Data-driven modeling and dynamic programming applied to batch cooling crystallization
DJ Griffin, MA Grover, Y Kawajiri, RW Rousseau
Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research 55 (5), 1361-1372, 2016
A new solar fuels reactor concept based on a liquid metal heat transfer fluid: Reactor design and efficiency estimation
C Yuan, C Jarrett, W Chueh, Y Kawajiri, A Henry
Solar Energy 122, 547-561, 2015
Large scale nonlinear optimization for asymmetric operation and design of Simulated Moving Beds
Y Kawajiri, LT Biegler
Journal of Chromatography A 1133 (1-2), 226-240, 2006
Multi-column chromatographic process development using simulated moving bed superstructure and simultaneous optimization–Model correction framework
B Sreedhar, Y Kawajiri
Chemical Engineering Science 116, 428-441, 2014
CO2 Sorption Performance of Composite Polymer/Aminosilica Hollow Fiber Sorbents: An Experimental and Modeling Study
Y Fan, J Kalyanaraman, Y Labreche, F Rezaei, RP Lively, MJ Realff, ...
Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research 54 (6), 1783-1795, 2015
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