Basic Equations of Mass Transport Through a Membrane Layer is an ideal resource for engineers and technologists in the chemical, biochemical, and pharmaceutical industries, as well as researchers, professors, and students in these areas at both an undergraduate and graduate level.
- Cites and analyzes mass transport equations developed for different membrane processes. - Examines the effect of biochemical/chemical reactions in the presence of convective and diffusive flows in plane and cylindrical spaces.- Defines the mass transfer rate for first- and zero-order reactions and analytical approaches are given for other-order reactions in closed mathematical forms.- Analyzes the simultaneous convective and diffusive transports with same or different directions.
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1. Membrane Materials, Characterization, and Transport Properties 2. Membrane Materials, Structures, and Modules 3. Mass Transport Through a Membrane Layer 4. Molecular Diffusion 5. Diffusion Through a Plane Membrane Layer 6. Diffusion Accompanied by Chemical Reaction Through a Plane Sheet 7. Diffusive Plus Convective Mass Transport Through a Plane Membrane Layer 8. Diffusive Plus Convective Mass Transport With Chemical Reaction Through a Plane Membrane Layer 9. Diffusion in a Cylindrical Membrane Layer 10. Mass Transport in the Presence of a Fouling Layer 11. Membrane Contactors 12. Transport of Fluid Phase in a Capillary Membrane 13. Membrane Reactor 14. Membrane Bioreactor 15. Nanofiltration 16. Pervaporation 17. Forward Osmosis 18. Membrane Gas Separation 19. Membrane Distillation 20. Reverse Osmosis 21. Pressure-Retarded Osmosis (PRO) Process 22. In Conclusion
Endre Nagy is Scientific Adviser at the Research Institute of Biomolecular and Chemical Engineering, University of Pannonia, Hungary. His key research areas are membranes and membranes kinetics, and catalysis and biocatalysis related to the design of biocatalytic membrane systems. Emeritus Professor Nagy has contributed to almost 260 publications, 170 lectures at international conferences, and four patents.