Henrique A. Matos
Henrique A. Matos
Full Professor of Chemical Engineering Dept., IST-ULisboa
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Formation of indomethacin–saccharin cocrystals using supercritical fluid technology
L Padrela, MA Rodrigues, SP Velaga, HA Matos, EG de Azevedo
European Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 38 (1), 9-17, 2009
Simple continuous-time formulation for short-term scheduling of batch and continuous processes
PM Castro, AP Barbosa-Póvoa, HA Matos, AQ Novais
Industrial & engineering chemistry research 43 (1), 105-118, 2004
An improved RTN continuous-time formulation for the short-term scheduling of multipurpose batch plants
P Castro, A Barbosa-Póvoa, H Matos
Industrial & engineering chemistry research 40 (9), 2059-2068, 2001
Improvements for mass-exchange networks design
P Castro, H Matos, MC Fernandes, CP Nunes
Chemical Engineering Science 54 (11), 1649-1665, 1999
Pipeline scheduling and inventory management of a multiproduct distribution oil system
S Relvas, HA Matos, APFD Barbosa-Póvoa, J Fialho, AS Pinheiro
Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research 45 (23), 7841-7855, 2006
Design of sustainable chemical processes: Systematic retrofit analysis generation and evaluation of alternatives
A Carvalho, R Gani, H Matos
Process Safety and Environmental Protection 86 (5), 328-346, 2008
Microcomposites theophylline/hydrogenated palm oil from a PGSS process for controlled drug delivery systems
M Rodrigues, N Peiriço, H Matos, EG De Azevedo, MR Lobato, ...
The Journal of Supercritical Fluids 29 (1-2), 175-184, 2004
Screening for pharmaceutical cocrystals using the supercritical fluid enhanced atomization process
L Padrela, MA Rodrigues, SP Velaga, AC Fernandes, HA Matos, ...
The Journal of Supercritical Fluids 53 (1-3), 156-164, 2010
Preventing and removing wax deposition inside vertical wells: a review
AL Sousa, HA Matos, LP Guerreiro
Journal of petroleum exploration and production technology 9, 2091-2107, 2019
SustainPro—A tool for systematic process analysis, generation and evaluation of sustainable design alternatives
A Carvalho, HA Matos, R Gani
Computers & Chemical Engineering 50, 8-27, 2013
Combined group-contribution and atom connectivity index-based methods for estimation of surface tension and viscosity
E Conte, A Martinho, HA Matos, R Gani
Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research 47 (20), 7940-7954, 2008
From a literature review to a framework for environmental process impact assessment index
A Carvalho, AF Mimoso, AN Mendes, HA Matos
Journal of Cleaner Production 64, 36-62, 2014
Reactive scheduling framework for a multiproduct pipeline with inventory management
S Relvas, HA Matos, APFD Barbosa-Póvoa, J Fialho
Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research 46 (17), 5659-5672, 2007
Phase equilibria of natural flavours and supercritical solvents
HA Matos, EG De Azevedo, PC Simoes, MT Carrondo, MN Da Ponte
Fluid Phase Equilibria 52, 357-364, 1989
Optimal periodic scheduling of batch plants using RTN-based discrete and continuous-time formulations: a case study approach
PM Castro, AP Barbosa-Póvoa, HA Matos
Industrial & engineering chemistry research 42 (14), 3346-3360, 2003
Multi-parametric disaggregation technique for global optimization of polynomial programming problems
JP Teles, PM Castro, HA Matos
Journal of Global Optimization 55, 227-251, 2013
Heuristic batch sequencing on a multiproduct oil distribution system
S Relvas, APFD Barbosa-Póvoa, HA Matos
Computers & Chemical Engineering 33 (3), 712-730, 2009
Oil-in-water and water-in-oil emulsions formation and demulsification
AM Sousa, MJ Pereira, HA Matos
Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering 210, 110041, 2022
Global optimization of water networks design using multiparametric disaggregation
JP Teles, PM Castro, HA Matos
Computers & Chemical Engineering 40, 132-147, 2012
An efficient heuristic procedure for the optimal design of wastewater treatment systems
PM Castro, HA Matos, AQ Novais
Resources, conservation and recycling 50 (2), 158-185, 2007
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