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Current Trends and Future Developments on (Bio-) Membranes

  • ID: 3980722
  • Book
  • 378 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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Current Trends and Future Developments on (Bio-) Membranes: Silica Membranes: Preparation, Modelling, Application, and Commercialization discusses one of the most promising inorganic membranes, namely silica membranes, and their different applications.

In the field of membrane separation technology, silica membranes play a key role in the future of the chemical industry as one of the most promising alternatives for separations at high temperatures and aggressive media.

This book details the latest research findings, along with the potential industrial applications of an area that has seen growing research activity on various type of membranes due to the necessity of gas separation and water treatment processes. Many industrial companies and academic centers will find immense interest in learning about the best strategies for carrying out these processes.

  • Reviews available methods for the characterization, preparation, and applications of silica membranes
  • Includes new and emerging modeling methods
  • Discusses silica membrane applications for hydrogen production and applications in CO2 capturing, water treatment, and pervaporation

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Introduction: Inorganic membranes roles in the industrial applications

Part A: Silica membrane preparation 1. Preparation of silica membranes by sol gel method 2. Preparation of silica membranes by CVD method 3. Preparation of silica membranes by CVI method

Part B: Theory analysis of silica membranes 4. Separation theory of silica membranes 5. Molecular dynamic (MD) simulation of silica membranes 6. Modeling of silica membranes

Part C: Application of silica membranes 7. Silica membranes application for water treatment 8. Silica membrane application for desalination process 9. Silica membrane application for pervaporation process 10. Silica membranes application for hydrogen separation 11. Silica membranes application for carbon dioxide separation 12. Silica membrane reactor

Part D: Challenges on commercializing the silica membranes 13. Hydrothermal improvement of silica membranes 14. Polarization in silica membranes 15. Silica membranes sealing in high temperatures

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Basile, Angelo
Angelo Basile, a Chemical Engineer, is a senior Researcher at the ITM-CNR where he is responsible for research related to both the ultra-pure hydrogen production and CO2 capture using Pd-based Membrane Reactors. He also holds a full professor of Chemical Engineering Processes. He has 140 scientific papers in peer to peer journals and 230 papers in international congresses; editor/author of more than 40 scientific books and 100 chapters on international books on membrane science and technology; 6 Italian patents, 2 European patents and 5 worldwide patents. He is referee of 116 international scientific journals and member of the Editorial Board for 22 of them. Professor Basile is also associate editor of the international journal Hydrogen Energy and of the Asia-Pacific journal Chemical Engineering, and is Editor-in-chief of the international journal Membrane Science & Technology and Editor-in-chief of Membrane Processes (Applications), a section of the international journal Membranes. Professor Basile also prepared 25 special issues on membrane science and technology for many international journals (IJHE, Chem Eng. J., Cat. Today, etc.). He participated to and was/is responsible for many national and international projects on membrane reactors and membrane science, and previously served as Director of the ITM-CNR.
Ghasemzadeh, Kamran
Dr. Kamran Ghasemzadeh is an associate professor of chemical engineering at the Urmia University of Technology (Urmia, Iran). At this moment, he is director of UUT research center. He received his doctorate from the Sahand University of Technology (Tabriz, Iran) and worked as a researcher in the Nanomaterial Research Center (NMRC) for several years. Dr. Ghasemzadeh has collaborated with ITM-CNR conducting research on hydrogen production using inorganic (lead or silica-based) materials. He has made many important contributions to the materials and devices for sustainable, clean energy such as inorganic membrane reactors, pure hydrogen production, natural gas conversion, gas separation by membranes, inorganic membrane synthesis and modeling of membrane reactor performance and separation processes.
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