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Lu Z.,Fujian Agriculture and forestry University | Zheng H.,Fujian Agriculture and forestry University | Fan L.,Fujian Agriculture and forestry University | Liao Y.,Fujian Agriculture and forestry University | And 2 more authors.
Bioresource Technology | Year: 2013

Acidic ionic liquids (AILs) as a novel catalyst in biomass liquefaction can accord with the demand of green chemistry and enhance the development of biomass thermal chemical conversion. A series of AILs containing HSO4- were synthesized by the imidazolium cation functionalization and applied to the Chinese fir sawdust liquefaction in 1-octanol in this paper. The experimental results showed that the liquefaction rate was gradually improved with the AILs acidity increasing, and reached 71.5% when 1-(4-sulfobutyl)-3-methylmidazolium hydrosulfate was used as catalyst with the 6:1 mass ratio of 1-octanol to sawdust at 423. K after 60. min. Lignin, hemicellulose and cellulose were orderly desquamated, and then depolymerized and liquefied with the catalyst acidity increasing in the sawdust liquefaction process. The light oil was mainly composed of the octyl ether and the octyl ester compounds, suggesting that the solvent may play an important role in producing the high octane rating biofuel. © 2013 Elsevier Ltd.


Bai Y.,University of Chinese Academy of Sciences | Peng L.,CAS Institute of Process Engineering | Zhu Q.,CAS Institute of Process Engineering | Hao Z.,National Bluestar Group Co.
Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids | Year: 2016

In this study, a rapid and simple calculation procedure to determine the non-isothermal crystallization kinetic parameters of a glass was proposed based on the work of Matusita et al. The crystal growth index (n) was firstly determined with the equation proposed by Matusita in 1979 and the value of morphology index (m) could be determined according to the relationship between n and m. The activation energy for crystal growth was determined using the modified-Kissinger equation proposed by Matusita in 1980. To verify the validity of this efficient and rapid method, four compositions in the Li2O-SiO2-Al2O3-P2O5 glass system were investigated by scanning electron microscopy (SEM) and X-ray diffractometry (XRD). The crystallization mechanisms as identified by the characterization show good agreement with those predicted by the new calculation procedure, verifying the validity of the calculation procedure. © 2016 Elsevier B.V.


Su Y.,National Bluestar Group Co. | Yu F.,Beijing Institute of Technology
Proceedings of the World Congress on Intelligent Control and Automation (WCICA) | Year: 2016

This article discusses MPCA (Multi-way Principal Component Analysis) and MPLS (Multi-way Partial Least Squares) have been used to compress the information into low-dimensional spaces and pinpoint the root causes of batch-to-batch difference. From engineering perspective, this paper focuses on applying MPCA and MPLS to data analysis of batch process combining with operation experiences to find 'golden batch benchmark' that describes the best operation of historical batches. This work includes data pre-treatment, batch process modelling and chemical reaction initiation status decision. Finally, optimizing control strategies and batch process improvement are also been discussed. Process and control engineers are be able to obtain the valuable data analyzing and control optimization methods for batch process from this study. © 2016 IEEE.


Wang W.,State Key Laboratory of Organic Inorganic Composites | Wang W.,Beijing University of Chemical Technology | Jiang F.,State Key Laboratory of Organic Inorganic Composites | Jiang F.,Beijing University of Chemical Technology | And 7 more authors.
Journal of Applied Polymer Science | Year: 2012

A spray drying approach has been used to prepare polyurethane/multiwalled carbon nanotube (PU/MWCNT) composites. By using this method, the MWCNTs can be dispersed homogeneously in the PU matrix in an attempt to improve the mechanical properties of the nanocomposites. The morphology of the resulting PU/MWCNT composites was investigated by scanning electron microscopy (SEM) and transmission electron microscopy (TEM). SEM and TEM observations illustrate that the MWCNTs are dispersed finely and uniformly in the PU matrix. X-ray diffraction results indicate that the microphase separation structure of the PU is slightly affected by the presence of the MWCNTs. The mechanical properties such as tensile strength, tensile modulus, elongation at break, and hardness of the nanocomposites were studied. The electrical and the thermal conductivity of the nanocomposites were also evaluated. The results show that both the electrical and the thermal conductivity increase with the increase of MWCNT loading. In addition, the percolation threshold value of the PU composites is significantly reduced to about 5 wt % because of the high aspect ratio of carbon nanotubes and exclusive effect of latex particles of PU emulsion in dispersion. © 2012 Wiley Periodicals, Inc.


Yang Z.-Y.,National Bluestar Group Co. | Zhang J.,National Bluestar Group Co. | Huang Y.,National Bluestar Group Co. | Pan X.-Y.,National Bluestar Group Co.
Xiandai Huagong/Modern Chemical Industry | Year: 2012

Taking a 50 thousand t/a electronic grade epoxy resin plant in Blue Star New Chemical Material Co., Ltd., as example, the greater influence factors on energy consumption of epoxy resin plant are analyzed. The results show that the energy consumptions for 1.05 MPa steam, nitrogen and circulating water are 64.83%, 18.66% and 12.06% of total energy consumptions, respectively. Special measures are taken to reduce the unit consumption for three energies in different phases, which make the overall energy consumption decrease from 358.52 Kgce/t epoxy resin to 292.73 Kgce/t epoxy resin.


Chen L.,CAS Institute of Process Engineering | Chen L.,University of Chinese Academy of Sciences | Zhu Q.,CAS Institute of Process Engineering | Hao Z.,National Bluestar Group Co. | And 2 more authors.
International Journal of Hydrogen Energy | Year: 2010

A novel nano-sized Co-Ni bimetallic aerogel catalyst was synthesized via the sol-gel process followed by the supercritical drying method. The catalyst exhibited at least 28% higher activity and 15% higher H2 selectivity than those of a monometallic cobalt aerogel catalyst in methane oxidative CO2 (Oxy-CO2) reforming. Cold-model experiments revealed that channels were alleviated and the agglomerate size was reduced when the catalyst was applied in a magnetic assisted fluidized bed (MAFB). Owing to the improved fluidization quality of the catalyst in the MAFB reactor, CH 4 conversion was raised by 12% and 7% as compared with those in the fixed bed reactor and the conventional fluidized bed reactor, respectively. Furthermore, the catalytic performance was quite stable during a 50 h reaction. This stable performance can be illustrated both by the superior catalytic property of the Co-Ni bimetallic aerogel catalyst and the intensified gas-solid interaction in the MAFB reactor. © 2010 Professor T. Nejat Veziroglu. Published by Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.


Zhang H.,Tsinghua University | Yin S.,Tsinghua University | Yao D.,Tsinghua University | Su Y.,National Bluestar Group Co.
IEEE Intelligent Vehicles Symposium, Proceedings | Year: 2012

This paper focuses on the influence on traffic flow characteristics of distance between on-ramp and off-ramp in expressway. In this research, those characteristics include traffic flow rate, average speed and average density. Based on VISSEVI, we calibrated key parameters and a calibrating procedure is proposed. Then we simulated scenarios with different distances from 100m to 1000m. Analyses of the distance's influence on traffic flow characteristics are studied using simulation results. A step further, 3 modes are classified out of different distances and 2 thresholds are proposed. The two thresholds are within 100-200m and 500-600m and if distance varies through these, traffic flow characteristics will change significantly. Finally, as for verification, we compared 3 scenarios of simulation with reality. In the future, different control strategies may be applied due to different conditions. © 2012 IEEE.


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National Bluestar Group Co. | Date: 2012-09-04

Chemicals made with silicone, namely, silicone fluids, resins, pastes, dispersants and emulsions all for use in the manufacture of lubricants, sealants, release agents, anti-foam and stabilizing agents, coatings, paints and varnishes, adhesives and anti-adhesives, pad printing, cosmetics, pharmaceuticals, medical and dental items, agrochemicals, food contact parts, construction and building materials, insulating, waterproofing, insulation and protection materials, and for treatment of paper, textiles, furs and leather; Coating chemicals made with silicone for use in the manufacture of paints, varnishes, films, papers, textiles, leathers, adhesives, film and paper release coatings, anti-fouling coatings, food grade release coatings, pad printing, de-moulding agents, building, construction and decorative coatings; Chemical agents made with silicone for impregnating, binding or coating textiles, furs, leather and paper; Chemical agents made with silicone for softening textiles; Chemical impregnating agents made with silicone to soften leather and textiles and make them waterproof; Chemicals for treating leather; Chemical agents for finishing leather, namely, chemical products to level and glaze leather, enhance and improve abrasion resistance and repellency; Chemical oils for curing leather; Waterproofing chemical compositions for articles of masonry, wood and other building and/or construction surfaces; Anti-microbe, antibacterial and anti-fungal chemical additives for use in the lifestyle and healthcare industries, namely, in the manufacture of food, pharmaceuticals, medical and dental products, agrochemicals, cosmetics, detergents, textiles, clothing and furs; Water repellant chemicals used to treat textiles, furs, building and construction materials. Waterproofing chemical compositions for cement; Preserving chemical composition for cement; Chemical additives for the manufacture of personal care and hygiene preparations; Chemical additives for the manufacture of domestic and household cleaning preparation; Chemical additives for cosmetics; Industrial glues; Chemical additives made with silicone for anti-adhesive systems; Chemical impregnating agents for building materials providing increased resistance to bad weather and wear; Chemical additives, namely, lubricating release agents; Chemicals, namely, mold release compounds for industrial use; Chemicals used in the manufacture of coating materials for non-stick paper for industrial purposes; Chemical anti-foaming agents for use in the food industry, the paper and pulp industries, namely, industries that produces paper, paperboard, paper and paperboard articles, pulp, insulation boards and hardboards, and in the treatment of effluents: Chemical foam stabilizers; Chemicals made with silicone acting as anti-flotation agents; Chemical additives for paints used to improve coating, adhesion, for scratch and mark resistance, for decorative effects, water repellency; Chemical coatings used in the manufacture of printed circuit boards; Fire extinguishing compositions. Binding preparations for paints, namely, binding agents for paints; Additives for paints to add water repellency, mildew resistance, breathability, scratch and mark resistance, and for special decorative effects; Coatings, namely, silicone based paints, sealants, and films for general and industrial use for weathering and anti corrosion purposes: Anti-rusting agents, namely, anti-rust oils; Products to prevent wood deterioration, namely, oils, stains and coatings; Paints, primers, bactericidal paints, flame-proofing paints, paints with anti-fouling properties; Lacquers; Non-insulating varnishes; Mastics for paints, namely, paints mixed with waterproof fillers and sealants. Degreasing, cleaning, and abrasive preparations for domestic use. Industrial silicone oils; Industrial silicone greases; Oils and greases for leather, namely, silicone based oils for softening and finishing leather; Oils for facilitating removal from molds, namely, silicone based mold releasing and lubricating oils for industrial use; Lubricating oils; Industrial oil; Lubricants, namely, silicone based industrial lubricants; Waxes; non-chemical additives for lubricants. Adhesives for dentures; Adhesives for medical purposes, namely, medical adhesive tape and strip; Glues for dentures; Products of silicone enabling the taking of impressions for dental purposes, namely, pastes and bodies for dental impressions. Semi-conducting materials of silicone, namely, silicone for manufacturing electric insulators, namely, semi-conductors. Adhesive bands for stationery or household purposes; Glues for stationery or household purposes; Articles for pad printing and impressions using silicone, namely, ink stamps and ink rollers of silicone for manual printing and office machines; Plastic materials for packaging, namely, plastic films and bags. Insulating materials; Insulating varnish; Insulating paints; Insulating plaster; Insulating oils; Sealing and insulating materials; Construction mastic adhesives for ceiling, wall and floor tiles, wood panels and asphalt; Sealant compounds for joints; Thermal insulators; Semi-processed plastic substances, namely, semi- finished molded products of silicone for use in a variety of industries. Building materials made with silicone, namely, building silicone profiles, windows silicone profiles, silicone building material for roof, tops and faade, pavement incorporating silicon, solar cell material for electrical energy generation; cement coatings, namely, protective sealing sold as an integral component of granite and stone. Synthetic fibers in the nature of silicone fibers made with silicone and silicone extracts for textile purposes. Chemical-fiber threads in the nature of silicone threads made with silicone or silicone coatings for textile purposes.


Trademark
National Bluestar Group Co. | Date: 2014-07-29

Silicones, namely, silicone fluids, resins, pastes, dispersants and emulsions; silicone-based chemical products, namely, silicone liquids, unprocessed silicone resin in pastes, dispersants and emulsions form; unprocessed silicone resin in aerosol form; silicone solutions, in the nature of silicone fluids; silicone dispersions, in the nature of unprocessed silicone resins in spray form; emulsifiers for industrial purposes containing silicone; chemical products with a silicone-based coating for use in the manufacture of paints, varnishes, films, papers, textiles, leathers, adhesives, film and paper release coatings, anti-fouling coatings, food grade release coatings, pad printing, de-moulding agents, building, construction and decorative coatings; silicone-based chemicals for impregnating textiles, fur and paper; silicone-based chemicals for softening textiles; silicone-based chemicals for impregnating, softening and water-proofing leather and fabrics, chemical products for treating leather, in the nature of chemicals for finishing leather; chemical products for dressing and currying leather; chemicals for protecting faade materials for building and construction faade materials; anti-microbial, anti-bacterial and anti-fungal chemical additives for use in the lifestyle and healthcare industries, namely, in the manufacture of food, pharmaceuticals, medical and dental products, agrochemicals, cosmetics, detergents, textiles, clothing and furs; water-repellent silicone-based chemicals for use in industry; cement-waterproofing preparations, except for paints, namely, preservatives for cement for waterproofing cement; products for cement preservation, except for paints and oils, namely, preservatives for cement for use in cement preservation; chemical additives for maintenance products, namely, chemical additives for fuel, chemical additives for lubricants, chemical additives for oil; chemical additives for cosmetics; glue for industrial purposes; silicone-based chemical additives for non-stick systems in the nature of lubricants; impregnating chemicals for buildings materials for increasing resistance to weathering and wear; chemical additives for lubricants, chemicals for use in industry as release agents or lubricants; chemical products to facilitate mold-release; coating materials, namely, chemicals for the use as coating for anti-stick paper for industrial use; anti-foaming chemicals for use in industry and the manufacture of textiles; anti-skimming chemicals for use in industry and the manufacture of textiles; chemical froth stabilizers, namely, chemical preparations for stabilizing textiles, soil and dust, chemical stabilizer used for preserving foods; silicone-based chemical products with anti-flotation agents functionality for use in industry; chemical additives for paints; chemicals for use in industry for coating and encapsulating; fire extinguishing compositions. Chemical cleaners directed to the cosmetic and personal care industries, household care industry, textile and leather industries, with degreasing, cleaning, abrading, unjamming properties, namely, preparations for grease removal, cleaning, abrading, unjamming, namely, de-greasing preparations, cleaning preparations, abrasive preparations, abrasive pastes for use in the cosmetic and personal care industries, household care industry, textile and leather industries; chemical additive preparation for chemical cleaners directed to the cosmetic and personal care industries, household care industry, textile and leather industries, with degreasing, cleaning, abrading, unjamming properties, namely, additives for preparations for grease removal, cleaning, abrading, unjamming, namely, silicones for cleaning purposes. Adhesives for dental prostheses; adhesives used in medicine, namely, adhesive bands for medical purposes, adhesive plasters for medical purposes, medical adhesives for binding wounds; glues for dental prostheses; silicone products for making dental prostheses, namely, silicone-based dental abrasives, silicone-based dental alloys, silicone-based dental cement; silicone products for taking dental impressions, namely, silicone-based dental waxes, silicone-based lining materials for dental purposes, silicone materials for making dental impressions. Silicone semiconductor materials, namely, silicone semiconductor chips, silicone semiconductor devices, silicone semiconductors. Adhesive tapes for stationery or household purposes; glue for stationery or household purposes; pad printing and printing articles of silicones, namely, ink stamps and ink rollers of silicone for manual printing and office machines, rubber, date, marking stamps; plastic materials for packaging, namely, plastic bags for packaging, plastic bubble packs for wrapping or packaging, plastic film for packaging. Insulating materials; insulating varnish; insulating paints; insulating coatings; insulating oils; insulating joints, namely, expansion joint fillers, pipe joint sealant, sealant compounds for joints; sealing materials; materials for jointing and sealing, namely, jointing material for masonry and pavement, pipe jointing compounds, sealing materials; silicone rubber sealants for caulking and adhesive purposes; sealants for joints; silicone coating and molding compounds for sealing, caulking and insulating electric and electronic elements; silicone rubber compositions for the manufacture of seals; semi-finished silicone in the form of films, sheets, tubes, bars, or rods; semi-finished plastics and silicone rubber in the form of pads, extrudates, powders, sheets, films, rods, pipes, flexible tubes, fibers not for textile use; threads not for textile use in the nature of foams, rubber solutions, emulsions, dispersions, granules and synthetic silicone resins; semi-finished products of silicone rubber, namely, prefabricated rubber parts in the nature of rubber cords and laces, rubber bars and rods; thermal insulators; semi-worked plastic materials, namely, silicone molds in the nature of rubber for use in a variety of industries. Silicone-based construction materials, namely, silicone-based non-metal exterior boards and panels building silicone profiles, windows silicone profiles, silicone building material for roof, tops and faade, pavement incorporating silicone; silicone-based cement coatings, namely, cement mixes, filling cement, cement aggregates, protective sealing sold as an integral component of granite and stone. Silicone fibers made from silicone or silicone extracts for textile use. Threads made with silicone or silicone coating for textile use.


Trademark
National Bluestar Group Co. | Date: 2010-12-28

Silicones enabling the gluing of photovoltaic and thermal solar panels; silicones for encapsulating, covering and protecting electrical and/or electronic components contained in solar panels; silicones for encapsulating, covering and protecting photovoltaic solar batteries. Sealing preparations made of silicone for photovoltaic and thermal solar panels, sealing preparations made of silicone for electrical and electronic component parts of solar panels and for photovoltaic solar batteries.

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