Phase-inversion tape casting and oxygen permeation properties of supported ceramic membranesPhase-inversion tape casting and oxygen permeation properties of supported ceramic membranes

Autores: W. Hea, H. Huanga, J. Gaoa, L.Winnubst, C. Chena, Fuente: J. membr. sci. , in press , 2013 A variant of tape casting, involving phase inversion, was explored for the preparation of supported ceramic oxygen separation membranes in one step. A slurry of Zr0.84Y0.16O1.92 (YSZ) and La0.8Sr0.2MnO3-d (LSM) powders in a N-methyl-2-pyrrolidone solution of polyethersulfone was tape cast, and immersed in water bath for solidification into a green […]

Encuentro hispano – israelí del sector del agua Encuentro hispano – israelí del sector del agua

Como resultado del contacto que REDIT estableció con la Embajada de Israel el pasado mes de febrero, nos invitan a participar en el encuentro con la delegación empresarial israelí del sector de las Tecnologías del Agua que visitará España y que estará en Madrid el próximo día 30 de mayo. El encuentro se desarrollará en el Parque Científico de Madrid, y constará de un seminario […]

Comparative analysis of fouling characteristics of ceramic and polymeric microfiltration membranes using filtration modelsComparative analysis of fouling characteristics of ceramic and polymeric microfiltration membranes using filtration models

Authors: Seung-Jin Lee, Mehmet Dilaver, Pyung-Kyu Park, Jae-Hong Kim Source: Journal of Membrane Science , April, 97–105 , 2013 Ceramic membrane processes are a rapidly emerging technology for water treatment, yet virtually no information on the performance and fouling mechanisms is available to the industry considering them as an alternative to polymeric membrane processes. Ceramic microfiltration of model feed solutions containing polyethylene glycol or Suwannee River humic acid as […]

Application of ceramic membranes in the treatment of oilfield-produced water: Effects of polyacrylamide and inorganic saltsApplication of ceramic membranes in the treatment of oilfield-produced water: Effects of polyacrylamide and inorganic salts

Authors: Huiqin Zhang, Zhaoxiang Zhong, Weihong Xing Source: Desalination , 309, 84–90 , 2013 Polyacrylamide has been widely used for polymer flooding in oil production. Wastewater is produced in the polymer flooding process. In this work, a ceramic membrane system was used to treat the wastewater. The effects of membrane pore size and PAM concentrations on the filtration performance were investigated. With the increase of the membrane pore size, […]

New Ceramic Membranes for Water Filtration from Morgan Technical CeramicsNew Ceramic Membranes for Water Filtration from Morgan Technical Ceramics

Morgan Technical Ceramics, a leading manufacturer of ceramic components, is developing new ceramic membranes for water filtration and purification for use in industrial wastewater treatment processes. With water scarcity affecting one in three people globally, there is increased demand for businesses to conserve water and be more sustainable. Morgan Technical Ceramics’ new products will help industrial operations to be more environmentally friendly and efficient. The […]

Coke removal from petrochemical oily wastewater using -Al2O3 based ceramic microfiltration membrane Coke removal from petrochemical oily wastewater using -Al2O3 based ceramic microfiltration membrane

Autores: Madaeni, SS; Monfared, HA; Vatanpour, V; Shamsabadi, AA; Salehi, E; Daraei, P; Laki, S; Khatami, SM Fuente: Desalin. , 293, 87-93 , 2012 Destruction of coalescer filters by coke particles is an important concern faced with polyolefin units of petrochemical plants. A lot of fund and time is wasted for reclogging/substituting the coalescer filters. In the current work, gamma-Al(2)O(3) based ceramic microfiltration membrane was […]



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