|Series||Symposium series ;, no. 118, EFCE publication ;, no. 81, Symposium series (Institution of Chemical Engineers (Great Britain)) ;, no. 118., EFCE publication series ;, no. 81.|
|Contributions||Institution of Chemical Engineers (Great Britain). South Wales Branch.|
|LC Classifications||TP156.S45 A368 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 218 p. :|
|Number of Pages||218|
|LC Control Number||90035307|
Advances in Membrane Technologies. Edited by: Amira Abdelrasoul. This book covers essential subsections of membrane separation and bioseparation processes from the perspectives of technical innovation, novelty, and sustainability. The book offers a comprehensive overview of the latest improvements and concerns with respect to membrane Author: Amira Abdelrasoul. Supported Liquid Membranes (SLMs) are interesting membranes that can overcome some of the limitations of conventional membranes. This chapter provides an overview on advances in gas separation via SLMs in the years – In the field of SLMs, interesting novelties are introduced to push limits and overcome stability problems. Recent Advances in Liquid-liquid Extraction focuses on the applications of liquid extraction. The selection first discusses solvent extraction. Concerns include organic and inorganic separations, mass transfer process, solvent extraction economics, and coalescence in liquid-liquid systems. The book focuses on the chemistry of solvent Edition: 1. The text begins with reviews of novel membrane materials and advances in membrane operations, then examines the processes involved with improving membrane performance. Final chapters cover the application of membrane technologies for use in water treatment, with detailed discussions on municipal wastewater and reuse in the textile and paper industries.
Part one describes the latest advances in separation, extraction and concentration techniques, including supercritical fluid extraction, process chromatography and membrane technologies. It also reviews emerging techniques of particular interest, such as pervaporation and pressurised liquid extraction. Description: Updated to reflect advances in the field, the second edition examines rate-based and equilibrium-based approaches to separation operations. It describes the fundamentals of all separation operations of commercial interest, and includes theory and application examples in each chapter, as well as over exercises. Features thorough treatment of newer separation processes based on membranes, adsorption, chromatography, ion exchange, and chemical complexation. Includes a review of historically important separation processes such as distillation, absorption, extraction, leaching, and crystallization and considers these techniques in light of recent developments affecting them. The book series Advances in Photosynthesis and Respiration – Including Bioenergy and Related Processes provides a comprehensive and state-of-the-art account of research in photosynthesis, respiration, bioenergy production and related processes.
Book January with 6, Reads How we measure 'reads' A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a. The separation of liquid mixtures is an important task in the process industry, and much research has been carried out to meet the requirements of the industry. Of all available liquid separation techniques, distillation stands as the most widely applied technique. Distillation is. Identification of novel separation processes is done in Chapter 2. The common membrane based separation processes, fundamental theory and design aspects are presented in Chapter 3 in great details. External electric field enhanced membrane filtration for charged colloids is gaining importance nowadays and is presented in Chapter 4. In addition, using membrane technology separation can be carried out continuously and membrane processes can easily be combined with other separation processes (hybrid processing). Nearly all kinds of membranes (UF, NF, RO and IX) have been employed for heavy metal ion removal from wastewaters but RO and NF are more common than the others (Abu.