Industrial Membrane Separation Technology by K. ScottIndustrial Membrane Separation Technology by K. Scott

Industrial Membrane Separation Technology

byK. Scott, R. Hughes

Paperback | September 18, 2012

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Membrane science and technology is an expanding field and has become a prominent part of many activities within the process industries. It is relatively easy to identify the success stories of membranes such as desali­ nation and microfiltration and to refer to others as developing areas. This, however, does not do justice to the wide field of separations in which membranes are used. No other 'single' process offers the same potential and versatility as that of membranes. The word separation classically conjures up a model of removing one component or species from a second component, for example a mass transfer process such as distillation. In the field of synthetic membranes, the terminology 'separation' is used in a wider context. A range of separations of the chemical/mass transfer type have developed around the use of membranes including distillation, extraction, absorption, adsorption and stripping, as well as separations of the physical type such as filtration. Synthetic membranes are an integral part of devices for analysis, energy generation and reactors (cells) in the electrochemical industry.
Title:Industrial Membrane Separation TechnologyFormat:PaperbackDimensions:305 pagesPublished:September 18, 2012Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:9401042748

ISBN - 13:9789401042741

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Table of Contents

Introduction to industrial membrane processes. An Overview of the application of synthetic membrane processes. Membrane equipment and plant design. Mass transport and the design of membrane systems. Applications in gas and vapour phase separations. Applications of crossflow membrane processes. Ion-exchange and charge-driven processes. Liquid membranes. Membrane reactors. References. Index.