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New developments in membranes for bioprocessing

Recent developments in biomanufacturing are driving innovations in membrane technology.

 

Materials with strong organic solvent resistance are necessary for various environmental and energy-related separations.

 

Membrane separation processes such as nanofiltration, forward osmosis and electrodialysis could solve issues with current recovery techniques.

 

This study evaluates the performance of different membranes in removing microplastics within a simple system for use in a domestic environment.

 

The interaction of liquid water droplets and salt particles influences the operating behavior of gas cleaning filters.

 

The impact of operative and water quality parameters on brackish water decontamination was investigated using a batch electrodialysis system.

 

The efficacy of a novel submerged NF membrane was evaluated.

 

The only way to achieve a specified purity levels is to select and install proper filtration, with the job intended and the task fully understood.

 

The status, driving factors and future trends of the seawater desalination industry in China.

 

25 micropollutants were studied in six GAC-filters.

 

Composites and coatings that use graphene offer a new solution to some of the key environmental challenges facing Europe.

 

The graphene oxide membrane is a promising material for nanofiltration, but its application in seawater desalination is limited.

 

One way of reducing energy consumption and meeting target water demands is by playing on the strengths of two or more processes through hybridization.

 

Membrane materials, the effect of operating parameters on pervaporation performance, and current research on nanocomposite membranes.

 

Different nanofiltration and reverse osmosis membranes were tested in both laboratory and field studies.

 

Novel bipolar membrane applications include CO2 capture, energy storage, and wastewater treatment.

 

A novel pretreatment process to improve desalination of hard brackish water.

 

A polyethylene oxide/polyaniline (PEO/PANI) composite membrane was synthesized and tested.

 

Surface heating techniques including photothermal, electrothermal, microwave and induction heating are compared.

 

Electrospun carbon nanofibre mats were formed from poly(acrylonitrile) to generate flexible, self-standing membranes for air filtration.

 
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