2 edition of New applications of membrane processes. found in the catalog.
New applications of membrane processes.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Series||International Dairy Federation special issue ;, no. 9201|
|Contributions||International Dairy Federation.|
|LC Classifications||SF259 .N393 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||160 p. :|
|Number of Pages||160|
|LC Control Number||92211451|
J. M. S. Jesus, T. Scarazzato, J. A. S. Tenório, D. C. R. Espinosa, Permselectivity Study of Ion-Exchange Membranes in the Presence of Cu-HEDP Complexes from a Copper Plating Wastewater Treatment, Applications of Process Engineering Principles in Materials Processing, Energy and Environmental Technologies, /_54, ( Membrane Processing: Dairy and Beverages Applications is an ideal new reference for dairy and beverage processors involved in the application of membranes, both to aid the creation of novel products, and to improve their process economics. Students and lecturers of food and dairy science and technology will value its in-depth discussion of.
Membrane separation technology is presently being used in an impressive variety of applications and has generated businesses totalling over one billion U.S. dollars annually. The main objective of this book is to present the principles and applications of a variety of membrane separation processes from the unique perspectives of investigators. The Handbook of Membrane Separations: Chemical, Pharmaceutical, and Biotechnological Applications provides detailed information on membrane separation technologies as they have evolved over the past decades. To provide a basic understanding of membrane technology, this book documents the developments dealing with these technologies. It explores chemical, .
Other new membrane applications that are currently under development were also included. Thus, membrane are by far the most popular in industrial applications. Membrane separation processes can be classified according to their driving forces as New York. [This book is an excellent review of membrane material and membrane preparation. The success of two membrane processes, reverse osmosis and ultrafiltration, has helped make membrane processes a central technique in solving separation problems for fluid systems. This book discusses the various applications and developments in membrane technology and shows how accurate membrane processes can be designed.
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Microfiltration is a widely used membrane process for various applications, such as wastewater treatment, juice clarification, protein separation, and bacteria separation.
The microfiltration works on the sieving principle with pore sizes in the range of –10 μm. New applications of membrane processes. [International Dairy Federation.;] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Book: All Authors / Contributors: International Dairy Federation.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description. Membrane Technology and Applications is the most authoritative overview available today of separation membranes, their theoretical underpinnings, manufacture and use. This second edition has been fully revised and expanded to provide comprehensive, up-to-the-minute coverage of the latest developments in the field.
The first four chapters cover the basics of membrane science, including 5/5(5). Among the most promising processes for various types of wastewater treatment and water reuse, membrane-assisted technologies have been accepted as suitable and reliable in different applications of water reuse.
This chapter discusses the application of membrane processes and membrane-assisted technologies in wastewater treatment and water reuse. Membrane separation technology is presently being used in an impressive variety of applications and has generated businesses totalling over one billion U.S.
dollars main objective of this book is to present the principles and applications of a variety of membrane separation processes from the unique perspectives of investigators Reviews: 1.
of the membrane systems. Most of the membrane products commercially available have a polymeric barrier layer however ceramic membranes with distinct pores have been used in demanding conditions and are finding use in new applications.
Ceramic membranes have pore sizes that classify them as microfiltration and ultrafiltration filters. This book describes the various filtration processes using membranes such as microfiltration, ultrafiltration, nanofiltration, reverse osmosis.
Basic fluid mechanics concepts are reviewed in order to permit to describe the flow inside filtration modules and their circuits.
Such fouling can reduce membrane separation performance, increase process operating costs and shorten membrane life.
In this chapter, we review the major causes of fouling in desalination and potable water applications, with an emphasis on fouling by organic matter, colloids and biofouling in pressure driven, polymeric membrane processes. Membrane science and technology has made a tremendous progress during the last decades, and membrane processes have become competitive to the conventional separation methods in a wide variety of applications.
Membrane Distillation (MD) is one of the emerging nonisothermal membrane separation processes, which refers to a thermally driven. Membrane processes such as MF, NF, UF and RO are currently used for water reuse, brackish water and seawater .Polymer based membranes are mostly used membrane material but because polymers such as polysulfone and polyethersulfone, are hydrophobic , polymeric membranes are prone to fouling .This leads to blockage of membrane pores and decrease membrane.
The Handbook of Membrane Separations: Chemical, Pharmaceutical, and Biotechnological Applications provides detailed information on membrane separation technologies as they have evolved over the past decades. To provide a basic understanding of membrane technology, this book documents the developments dealing with these technologies.
Membrane-separation processes are being increasingly integrated with conventional technologies as hybrid membrane systems to reduce energy consumption and minimise environmental impact. Overall, the market for membranes and membrane systems grew from $ billion in to more $10 billion inand the market for water treatment equipment.
Membrane Processes by G. Benga, H. Baum, F.A. Kummerow,Springer edition, paperback. Membrane Technology and Applications - Richard W.
Baker. Membrane Technology in the chemical industrie - S.P. Nunes & K.-V. Peinemann (eds.) Scaling and Particultate Fouling in Membrane Filtation Systems. Should you have any other books in the field of membrane technology you could recommend to us please do not hesitate to contact us.
Membrane Processing: Dairy and Beverages Applications is an ideal new reference for dairy and beverage processors involved in the application of membranes, both to aid the creation of novel products, and to improve their process economics.
Students and lecturers of food and dairy science and technology will value its in-depth discussion of. As processes mature, and the cost of membranes continues to dramatically reduce, so their applications and use are set to expand.
Process engineers need access to the latest information in this area to assist with their daily work and to help to develop and apply new and ever more efficient liquid processing solutions.
In new technologies, membrane separation is an emerging technology with suitable properties for dairy products in which solution is passed through a membrane of microscopic pores and pressure applied to separate the components.
Most commonly used membrane separation techniques are microfiltration (MF), ultrafiltration (UF), nanofiltration. Building on the success of the previous edition, Membrane Technology and Applications Third Edition provides a comprehensive overview of separation membranes, their manufacture and their applications.
Beginning with a series of general chapters on membrane preparation, transport theory and concentration polarization, the book then surveys. Membrane processes are increasingly used in pharmaceutical and biochemical engineering and biotechnology for concentration and purification, synthesis of molecules and drug delivery systems, and support for biochemical reactions.
This book provides a state-of-the art overview of the classical membrane processes used in pharmaceutical and biochemical engineering and.
Membrane Separation Principles and Applications: From Material Selection to Mechanisms and Industrial Uses, the latest volume in the Handbooks in Separation Science series, is the first single resource to explore all aspects of this rapidly growing area of ne technology is now accepted as one of the most effective tools for separation and purification, primarily due to its simple.
About this book This A to Z guide to membrane science, technology, and applications provides comprehensive coverage of membrane preparation, modules, and transport theory. Highly illustrated with comprehensive and current reference listings, the resource provides practical uses and how-to's for a broad range of application areas.
Integrates knowledge on microfiltration and ultrification, membrane chemistry, and characterization methods with the engineering and economic aspects of device performance, device and module design, processes, and applications. The text provides a discussion of membrane fundamentals and an analytical framework for designing and developing new filtrations systems for a .Membrane processes cover a group of separation processes in which the characteristics of a membrane (porosity, selectivity, electric charge) are used to separate the components of a solution or a suspension.
In these processes the feed stream is separated into two: the fraction that permeates through the membrane, called the permeate, and the fraction containing the components that have .