Zogg, Andreas

Zogg, Andreas


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  • Publikation
    Modeling-Based Approach Towards Quality by Design for a Telescoped Process
    (Hochschule für Life Sciences FHNW, 2022) Zogg, Andreas; Zahnd, This; Zogg, Andreas; Siegfried AG
    A synthesis step, consisting of two sub-steps A and B was investigated by applying a model based approach. Deepening the process understanding was achieved through performed experiments, which also led to the generation of valuable knowledge for future improvements. A kinetic model consisting of 12 reactions and 15 components was successfully established. The model predicts the effects of changes in process parameters on quality. On this basis recommendations for process optimizations have been formulated.
    11 - Studentische Arbeit
  • Publikation
    New Scale-Up Technologies for Hydrogenation Reactions in Multipurpose Pharmaceutical Production Plants
    (Hochschule für Life Sciences FHNW, 2022) Zogg, Andreas; Furrer, Thierry
    05 - Forschungs- oder Arbeitsbericht
  • Publikation
    Triphenylphosphanoxid Reduktion mit Silanen
    (Hochschule für Life Sciences FHNW, 2022) Brodmann, Nico; Zogg, Andreas; Zogg, Andreas; DSM
    Triphenylphosphan (TPP) ist ein häufig genutztes Reagenz bei der Wittig-Reaktion. Dabei wird es stöchiometrisch zu Triphenylphosphanoxid (TPPO) umgewandelt, welches zum heutigen Zeitpunkt entsorgt werden muss. Eine Rückführung zu TPP ist für die Industrie von grossem Nutzen. Deshalb wurde eine Reduktion mit Silanen für eine Implementierung untersucht. Es war möglich die grössten Hindernisse dieses Vorgehens für einen Prozess zu umgehen oder zu lösen. So wurde in diesem Zusammenhang die Aufarbeitung komplett neu entworfen und alle Abfallströme für eine Rückführung bzw. Weiterverarbeitung optimiert. Zudem konnten alle Reaktionsparameter und deren Einfluss quantifiziert und verbessert werden.
    11 - Studentische Arbeit
  • Publikation
    New Scale-Up Technologies for Hydrogenation Reactions in Multipurpose Plants
    (07.12.2021) Zogg, Andreas; Furrer, Thierry
    06 - Präsentation
  • Publikation
    New scale-up technologies for hydrogenation reactions in multipurpose pharmaceutical production plants
    (Schweizerische Chemische Gesellschaft, 2021) Furrer, Thierry; Müller, Benedikt; Hasler, Christoph; Berger, Bernhard; Levis, Michael Karl; Zogg, Andreas [in: Chimia]
    The classical scale-up approach for hydrogenation reaction processes usually includes numerous laboratory- and pilot-scale experiments. With a novel scale-up strategy, a significant number of these experiments may be replaced by modern computational simulations in combination with scale-down experiments. With only a few laboratory-scale experiments and information about the production-scale reactor, a chemical process model is developed. This computational model can be used to simulate the production-scale process with a range of different process parameters. Those simulations are then validated by only a few experiments in an advanced scale-down reactor. The scale-down reactor has to be geometrically identical to the corresponding production-scale reactor and should show a similar mass transfer behaviour. Closest similarity in terms of heat transfer behaviour is ensured by a sophisticated 3D-printed heating/cooling finger, offering the same heat exchange area per volume and overall heat-transfer coefficient as in production-scale. The proposed scale-up strategy and the custom-designed scale-down reactor will be tested by proof of concept with model reactions. Those results will be described in a future publication. This project is an excellent example of a collaboration between academia and industry, which was funded by the Aargau Research Fund. The interest of academia is to study and understand all physical and chemical processes involved, whereas industry is interested in generating a robust and simple to use tool to improve scale-up and make reliable predictions.
    01A - Beitrag in wissenschaftlicher Zeitschrift