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Progress Integration tools

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Biomass Supply Chain Modeling for Optimization of Delivery Logistics to a Forest Biorefinery.
Melendez, Jose  Ph.D  Student 
Paul Stuart & 
A low supply/high demand scenario for biomass feedstocks has created increased competition for biomass feedstocks which typically have been used by the secondary forest industry (pulp & paper among others), and will be used by a forest biorefinery.  Identification and securement of new and innovative feedstocks on a long term basis needs to be addressed if a biorefinery is to be successful; and to accomplish this, companies must be able to "out-bid" their competitors for biomass supply.  This project uses supply chain modeling and optimization techniques in order to establish the best biomass procurement strategies, which will allow to "win the auction" for biomass.                           

completed

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Application of the Probability Density Function Theory to the Economic Paradigms governing Pulp and Paper Processes
Pigeon, Bertrand  M.Sc.A.  (P2005)
Michel Perrier & Paul Stuart
The use of statistical analysis can help in determining the cost of the variability associated with the control strategy

completed

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Critical analysis of emerging process technologies for the Forest Biorefinery (FBR)
Cohen, Jérémie  M.Sc.A.  (P2010)
Paul Stuart

 

completed

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Modélisation du fourneau à décuivrage continu à l'aide d'une interface avec les logiciels FACTSAGE et METSIM /
Péloquin, Andréane  M.Sc.A.  (P2006)
Christopher Bale & Paul Stuart
Creating a link between the software program FACT and a sequential process simulator called Metsim

completed

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Paper Machine Break Analysis and Dynamic Simulation
Akrour, Fatiha  M.Sc.A.  (P2005)
Paul Stuart & Michel Perrier
Characterize the different types of breaks and identify those that are caused by instability in the headbox

completed

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Biodrying Process Uncertainty-Impact on Economic Viability

Tchoryk, Carl  M.Sc.A.  (P2011)
Paul Stuart & 

Business Modeling

in progress

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Supply Chain Analysis of the Biorefinery Integrating the Forestry, Petrochemical and Energy Industries

Dansereau, Louis Patrick  Ph.D  Student 
Paul Stuart

completed

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Continual environmental improvement from a life cycle perspective at pulp and paper mills.
Gaudreault, Caroline  Ph.D  (P2008)
Paul Stuart & Réjean Samson
Methodology allowing for the pertinent formulation of the decision-making problem aiming at continual environmental improvement

completed

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Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) used as a complementary tool in conventional Environmental Impact Studies (EIS)
Cornejo Rojas, Fernando  M.Sc.A.  (P2004)
Paul Stuart & Réjean Samson
This project aims to evaluate the implementation of de-inked pulp production and cogeneration by studying the economic and environmental implications of these project modifications

completed

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Process and Business Data Reconciliation in the Pulp & Paper Industry
Korbel, Milan  Post-Doctoral Fellow  (P2012)
Paul Stuart & 

completed

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Process-based modeling and analysis methods for supply chain management in the pulp and paper industry.
Laflamme - Mayer, Martin  Ph.D  (P2008)
Paul stuart
Define and analyse pulp and paper supply chain processes in order to improve supply chian analysis methods

completed

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Product biorefinery product and process design using multi-criteria decision making techniques
Janssen, Matty  Post-Doctoral Fellow  (P2011)
Paul Stuart, Professor
This project seeks to implement the forest biorefinery concept at pulp and paper mills taking into consideration both process and product design.

completed

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Retrofit design methodology based on process and product modeling.
Janssen, Matty  Ph.D  (P2007)
Paul Stuart, Professor
This project seeks to develop a new methodology for retrofit process design.

completed

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Methodology for Evaluating Strategic, Tactical and Operational Supply Chain Policies for the Forest Biorefinery
Mansoornejad, Behrang  Ph.D  (P2012)
Paul Stuart & 

 

Capital Effectiveness Analysis

completed

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Process-based modeling and analysis methods for supply chain management in the pulp and paper industry.
Laflamme - Mayer, Martin  Ph.D  (P2008)
Paul stuart
Define and analyse pulp and paper supply chain processes in order to improve supply chian analysis methods

completed

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Product biorefinery product and process design using multi-criteria decision making techniques
Janssen, Matty  Post-Doctoral Fellow  (P2011)
Paul Stuart, Professor
This project seeks to implement the forest biorefinery concept at pulp and paper mills taking into consideration both process and product design.

completed

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Retrofit design methodology based on process and product modeling.
Janssen, Matty  Ph.D  (P2007)
Paul Stuart, Professor
This project seeks to develop a new methodology for retrofit process design.

Data Driven Process Modeling

in progress

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Methodology for identifying promising retrofit integrated forest biorefinery strategies – design decision making under uncertainty
Hytönen, Eemeli  Ph.D  Student 
Paul Stuart & 

completed

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Application of the Probability Density Function Theory to the Economic Paradigms governing Pulp and Paper Processes
Pigeon, Bertrand  Ph.D  (P2012)
Michel Perrier & Paul Stuart

The utilisation of statistical tools can help to determine the cost associated to the variability linked to the control strategy. The theorical aspects of the project are the development of  algorithms that can calculate propagation of variability and uncertainties in a process. As for the practical aspects of the project, they consist of the multivariate analysis of a papermachine to link the breaks at the customer level to the operation conditions.

completed

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Inferential Relationships in Thermomechanical Pulp Refining, Explored Using Multivariate Analysis
Harrison, Robert  Ph.D  (P2007)
Paul Stuart, professeur
The main objective of this research is to examine what differences there are in multivariate analysis (MVA) results.

completed

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Process and Business Data Reconciliation in the Pulp & Paper Industry
Korbel, Milan  Post-Doctoral Fellow  (P2012)
Paul Stuart & 

Heat & Mass Exchance Network Analysis

in progress

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Energy Management for the Forest Biorefinery
Jeaidi, Jawad  Ph.D  Student 
Paul Stuart & 

in progress

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Energy Systems Design of Kraft Pulp Mills

Bonhivers, Jean-Christophe  Ph.D  Student 
Paul Stuart & 

completed

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Methodology for water and energy analysis based on modified thermal pinch techniques.
Lafourcade, Sébastien  Ph.D  (P2006)
Paul Stuart
Develop a methodology for water and energy analysis, based on modified thermal pinch analysis

completed

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Water Network Optimization using Genetic Algorithms
Shafiei, Sirous  Ph.D  (P2002)
Jean Paris
Optimizing white water networks in pulp and paper mills

completed

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Water Network Pinch Analysis for a Deinking Process
Brown, David  M.Sc.A.  (P2004)
Jean Paris
Elaborate an optimal strategy of water distribution in a deinking plant

Integrated Process Design & Control

completed

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Application of the Probability Density Function Theory to the Economic Paradigms governing Pulp and Paper Processes
Pigeon, Bertrand  Ph.D  (P2012)
Michel Perrier & Paul Stuart

The utilisation of statistical tools can help to determine the cost associated to the variability linked to the control strategy. The theorical aspects of the project are the development of  algorithms that can calculate propagation of variability and uncertainties in a process. As for the practical aspects of the project, they consist of the multivariate analysis of a papermachine to link the breaks at the customer level to the operation conditions.

completed

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Optimisation Algorithms for Design & Controllability - Brownstock Washing
Abdelmoula, Mehdi  M.Sc.A.  (P2003)
Gilles Savard
Modeling and optimisation of a Kraft pulp washer's behavior

completed

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Optimisation of Broke Recirculation In a Newsprint Mill
Dabros, Michal  M.Sc.A.  (P2002)
Michel Perrier
Evaluating the potential of an RTO scheme aimed at improving the broke and white-water management strategies for a newsprint mill

completed

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Optimization and Plantwide Control of Kraft Pulp Mills
Vanbrugghe, Charles  M.Sc.A.  (P2004)
Michel Perrier & Paul Stuart
To come.

completed

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Plantwide Controllability Analysis of TMP-Newsprint Process.
Lama, Ilich  Ph.D  (P2006)
Michel Perrier & Paul Stuart
Our PhD research covers topics such as data pre-treatment, steady state detection, refiner modeling, optimization and controllability of TMP refiners.

completed

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Optimisation Algorithms for Conception and Controllability

Archambault, Benoît  M.Sc.A.  (P2003)

Brigitte Jaumard

 & 

Michel Perrier

Optimization of a pulp and paper process using controllability criteria

completed

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Using Life Cycle Analysis (LCA) to evaluate the environmental characteristics of the forest biorefinery
Ranjbar, Mahasta  M.Sc.A.  (P2010)
Paul Stuart & Rejean Samson

 

Life Cycle Analysis

completed

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Continual environmental improvement from a life cycle perspective at pulp and paper mills.
Gaudreault, Caroline  Ph.D  (P2008)
Paul Stuart & Réjean Samson
Methodology allowing for the pertinent formulation of the decision-making problem aiming at continual environmental improvement

completed

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Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) of Newsprint Production at an Integrated Mill.
Salazar, Erica  M.Sc.A.  (P2004)
Paul Stuart & Réjean Samson
Build a baseline life cycle model for newsprint production at an integrated mill, and to identify overall opportunities for environmental improvement.

completed

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Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) used as a complementary tool in conventional Environmental Impact Studies (EIS)
Cornejo Rojas, Fernando  M.Sc.A.  (P2004)
Paul Stuart & Réjean Samson
This project aims to evaluate the implementation of de-inked pulp production and cogeneration by studying the economic and environmental implications of these project modifications

completed

Details [+...]
Using Life Cycle Analysis (LCA) to evaluate the environmental characteristics of the forest biorefinery
Ranjbar, Mahasta  M.Sc.A.  (P2010)
Paul Stuart & Rejean Samson

 

On-line Data Collection/Analysis

completed

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Data Reconciliation of Pulp And Paper Mill Process Data
Jiang, Taiwen  Research Associate  (P2004)
Paul Stuart, professeur
To build a comprehensive approach for data quality improvement, integrating data processing and reconciliation techniques.

completed

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On-line Data Reconciliation

Bellec, Steve  M.Sc.A.  (P2004)
Paul Stuart, professeur
 & Taiwen Jiang, associé de recherche

completed

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Process and Business Data Reconciliation in the Pulp & Paper Industry
Korbel, Milan  Post-Doctoral Fellow  (P2012)
Paul Stuart & 

completed

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Using Life Cycle Analysis (LCA) to evaluate the environmental characteristics of the forest biorefinery
Ranjbar, Mahasta  M.Sc.A.  (P2010)
Paul Stuart & Rejean Samson

 

Process Data

in progress

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Energy Systems Design of Kraft Pulp Mills

Bonhivers, Jean-Christophe  Ph.D  Student 
Paul Stuart & 

in progress

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Design and integration of lignin precipitation and transformation technologies at a chemical pulp mill

Ghezzaz, Hakim  Ph.D  Student 
Paul STUART & 

completed

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Data Reconciliation of Pulp And Paper Mill Process Data
Jiang, Taiwen  Research Associate  (P2004)
Paul Stuart, professeur
To build a comprehensive approach for data quality improvement, integrating data processing and reconciliation techniques.

completed

Details [+...]
Dynamic Simulation of a Fine Paper Machine and Novel Methodology for Dynamic Operability Assessment.
Via, Dante  M.Sc.A.  (P2004)
Paul Stuart, professeur
 & Michel Perrier, professeur
Development, application and analysis

completed

Details [+...]
Inferential Relationships in Thermomechanical Pulp Refining, Explored Using Multivariate Analysis
Harrison, Robert  Ph.D  (P2007)
Paul Stuart, professeur
The main objective of this research is to examine what differences there are in multivariate analysis (MVA) results.

completed

Details [+...]

On-line Data Reconciliation

Bellec, Steve  M.Sc.A.  (P2004)
Paul Stuart, professeur
 & Taiwen Jiang, associé de recherche

completed

Details [+...]
Process and Business Data Reconciliation in the Pulp & Paper Industry
Korbel, Milan  Post-Doctoral Fellow  (P2012)
Paul Stuart & 

completed

Details [+...]
Product biorefinery product and process design using multi-criteria decision making techniques
Janssen, Matty  Post-Doctoral Fellow  (P2011)
Paul Stuart, Professor
This project seeks to implement the forest biorefinery concept at pulp and paper mills taking into consideration both process and product design.

completed

Details [+...]
Retrofit design methodology based on process and product modeling.
Janssen, Matty  Ph.D  (P2007)
Paul Stuart, Professor
This project seeks to develop a new methodology for retrofit process design.

completed

Details [+...]
Using Life Cycle Analysis (LCA) to evaluate the environmental characteristics of the forest biorefinery
Ranjbar, Mahasta  M.Sc.A.  (P2010)
Paul Stuart & Rejean Samson

 

Process Models

in progress

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Methodology for identifying promising retrofit integrated forest biorefinery strategies – design decision making under uncertainty
Hytönen, Eemeli  Ph.D  Student 
Paul Stuart & 

in progress

Details [+...]

Energy Systems Design of Kraft Pulp Mills

Bonhivers, Jean-Christophe  Ph.D  Student 
Paul Stuart & 

in progress

Details [+...]

Design and integration of lignin precipitation and transformation technologies at a chemical pulp mill

Ghezzaz, Hakim  Ph.D  Student 
Paul STUART & 

completed

Details [+...]
Optimisation Algorithms for Design & Controllability - Brownstock Washing
Abdelmoula, Mehdi  M.Sc.A.  (P2003)
Gilles Savard
Modeling and optimisation of a Kraft pulp washer's behavior

completed

Details [+...]
Optimization and Plantwide Control of Kraft Pulp Mills
Vanbrugghe, Charles  M.Sc.A.  (P2004)
Michel Perrier & Paul Stuart
To come.

completed

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Polyethylene Oxide Efficiency as a Paper Machine Wet End Retention Agent With Process Closure
Bednar, Frantisek  Post-Doctoral Fellow  (P2003)
Jean Paris & T.G.M. van de Ven
The objective of this work is measurement and control of PEO efficiency for optimum filler and fines retention on a paper machine

completed

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Optimisation Algorithms for Conception and Controllability

Archambault, Benoît  M.Sc.A.  (P2003)

Brigitte Jaumard

 & 

Michel Perrier

Optimization of a pulp and paper process using controllability criteria

completed

Details [+...]
Process and Business Data Reconciliation in the Pulp & Paper Industry
Korbel, Milan  Post-Doctoral Fellow  (P2012)
Paul Stuart & 

completed

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Retention Modules of the Wet End
Périn-Levasseur, Zoé  M.Sc.A.  (P2004)
Jean Paris
Resistance on the fibrous mat on a paper machine

Process Simulation

in progress

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Methodology for identifying promising retrofit integrated forest biorefinery strategies – design decision making under uncertainty
Hytönen, Eemeli  Ph.D  Student 
Paul Stuart & 

in progress

Details [+...]

Energy Systems Design of Kraft Pulp Mills

Bonhivers, Jean-Christophe  Ph.D  Student 
Paul Stuart & 

in progress

Details [+...]

Design and integration of lignin precipitation and transformation technologies at a chemical pulp mill

Ghezzaz, Hakim  Ph.D  Student 
Paul STUART & 

completed

Details [+...]
Application of the Probability Density Function Theory to the Economic Paradigms governing Pulp and Paper Processes
Pigeon, Bertrand  Ph.D  (P2012)
Michel Perrier & Paul Stuart

The utilisation of statistical tools can help to determine the cost associated to the variability linked to the control strategy. The theorical aspects of the project are the development of  algorithms that can calculate propagation of variability and uncertainties in a process. As for the practical aspects of the project, they consist of the multivariate analysis of a papermachine to link the breaks at the customer level to the operation conditions.

completed

Details [+...]
Dynamic Simulation of a Fine Paper Machine and Novel Methodology for Dynamic Operability Assessment.
Via, Dante  M.Sc.A.  (P2004)
Paul Stuart, professeur
 & Michel Perrier, professeur
Development, application and analysis

completed

Details [+...]
Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) used as a complementary tool in conventional Environmental Impact Studies (EIS)
Cornejo Rojas, Fernando  M.Sc.A.  (P2004)
Paul Stuart & Réjean Samson
This project aims to evaluate the implementation of de-inked pulp production and cogeneration by studying the economic and environmental implications of these project modifications

completed

Details [+...]
Methodology for water and energy analysis based on modified thermal pinch techniques.
Lafourcade, Sébastien  Ph.D  (P2006)
Paul Stuart
Develop a methodology for water and energy analysis, based on modified thermal pinch analysis

completed

Details [+...]
Optimisation of Broke Recirculation In a Newsprint Mill
Dabros, Michal  M.Sc.A.  (P2002)
Michel Perrier
Evaluating the potential of an RTO scheme aimed at improving the broke and white-water management strategies for a newsprint mill

completed

Details [+...]
Optimization and Plantwide Control of Kraft Pulp Mills
Vanbrugghe, Charles  M.Sc.A.  (P2004)
Michel Perrier & Paul Stuart
To come.

completed

Details [+...]
Plantwide Controllability Analysis of TMP-Newsprint Process.
Lama, Ilich  Ph.D  (P2006)
Michel Perrier & Paul Stuart
Our PhD research covers topics such as data pre-treatment, steady state detection, refiner modeling, optimization and controllability of TMP refiners.

completed

Details [+...]
Process and Business Data Reconciliation in the Pulp & Paper Industry
Korbel, Milan  Post-Doctoral Fellow  (P2012)
Paul Stuart & 

completed

Details [+...]
Product biorefinery product and process design using multi-criteria decision making techniques
Janssen, Matty  Post-Doctoral Fellow  (P2011)
Paul Stuart, Professor
This project seeks to implement the forest biorefinery concept at pulp and paper mills taking into consideration both process and product design.

completed

Details [+...]
Retrofit design methodology based on process and product modeling.
Janssen, Matty  Ph.D  (P2007)
Paul Stuart, Professor
This project seeks to develop a new methodology for retrofit process design.

completed

Details [+...]
Water Network Pinch Analysis for a Deinking Process
Brown, David  M.Sc.A.  (P2004)
Jean Paris
Elaborate an optimal strategy of water distribution in a deinking plant

Validation

in progress

Details [+...]
Methodology for identifying promising retrofit integrated forest biorefinery strategies – design decision making under uncertainty
Hytönen, Eemeli  Ph.D  Student 
Paul Stuart & 

completed

Details [+...]
Data Reconciliation of Pulp And Paper Mill Process Data
Jiang, Taiwen  Research Associate  (P2004)
Paul Stuart, professeur
To build a comprehensive approach for data quality improvement, integrating data processing and reconciliation techniques.

completed

Details [+...]
Dynamic Simulation of a Fine Paper Machine and Novel Methodology for Dynamic Operability Assessment.
Via, Dante  M.Sc.A.  (P2004)
Paul Stuart, professeur
 & Michel Perrier, professeur
Development, application and analysis

completed

Details [+...]
Inferential Relationships in Thermomechanical Pulp Refining, Explored Using Multivariate Analysis
Harrison, Robert  Ph.D  (P2007)
Paul Stuart, professeur
The main objective of this research is to examine what differences there are in multivariate analysis (MVA) results.

completed

Details [+...]
Methodology for water and energy analysis based on modified thermal pinch techniques.
Lafourcade, Sébastien  Ph.D  (P2006)
Paul Stuart
Develop a methodology for water and energy analysis, based on modified thermal pinch analysis

completed

Details [+...]
Plantwide Controllability Analysis of TMP-Newsprint Process.
Lama, Ilich  Ph.D  (P2006)
Michel Perrier & Paul Stuart
Our PhD research covers topics such as data pre-treatment, steady state detection, refiner modeling, optimization and controllability of TMP refiners.

completed

Details [+...]

On-line Data Reconciliation

Bellec, Steve  M.Sc.A.  (P2004)
Paul Stuart, professeur
 & Taiwen Jiang, associé de recherche