Dr. ir. Julien Cousin-Saint-Remi
Telephone:02 629 3318
Function: Doctoral researcher (IWT)
The upcoming depletion of oil reserves opens a challenging period for our society. The bio-refinery forms a sustainable alternative to produce chemicals and fuels. My interests encompass the bio-refinery technology and downstream processing of it, with a focus on adsorption technology.
The research I am conducting deals with the recovery of biobutanol by adsorption. I am studying the adsorption properties of porous materials by measuring in vapor and liquid phase, pure component and mixture isotherms, pulse chromatography, separations by breakthrough experiments, diffusion and desorption.
- Cousin Saint Remi, J., Baron, G.V. and Denayer, J.F.M. Adsorptive separation for the recovery and purification of biobutanol. Adsorption 18, 367-373 (2012).
- Cousin Saint Remi, J., Baron, G.V. and Denayer, J.F.M. Nonuniform Chain-Length Dependent Diffusion of Short 1-Alcohols in SAPO-34 in Liquid Phase. J. Phys. Chem. C 117, 9758-9765 (2013).
- Remy, T., Cousin Saint Remi, J., Singh, R., Webley, P.A., Baron, G.V. and Denayer, J.F.M. Adsorption and Separation of C1-C8 Alcohols on SAPO-34. J. Phys. Chem. C 115, 8117-8125 (2011).