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Thermal Induced Membrane Separation Processes

  • ID: 4844368
  • Book
  • April 2020
  • Region: Global
  • 320 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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Thermal Induced Membrane Separation Processes describes the fundamental and advanced areas associated with the field of thermal induced membrane separation processes. It includes extensive coverage of material selection, types, and theory of thermal induced membrane fabrication, characterization, and modification. This book focuses on the applications of various thermal induced membrane processes and discusses ancillary topics related to the subject, such as membrane modules, membrane contactors and reactors, preparation and characterization techniques, smart membranes, fouling and its mitigation, and economic analysis of the thermal induced membrane separation processes.

Thermal Induced Membrane Separation Processes elaborates on every aspect on the thermal induced membranes in a simple and straightforward manner, helping readers ranging from students to researchers in academia and the industry to understand the processes for successful execution and implementation into their research.

- Covers entire field of thermal induced membranes, providing basic to advanced knowledge of thermal induced membranes in a single source- Presents state-of-art research in the field- Includes the most up-to-date examples of the fabrication, modification, and applications of thermal induced membranes
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1. Thermal Induced Membrane Separation Processes: An Introduction 2. Theoretical Aspects, Design, and Modelling in thermal induced membrane separation processes 3. Membrane materials and modification for thermal induced membrane separation processes 4. Fabrication and characterization techniques for thermal induced membrane separation processes 5. Membrane Distillation 6. Pervaporation 7. Membrane Crystallization 8. Membrane Contactors 9. Membrane Reactors and their applications in thermal induced membrane separation processes 10. Novel smart, superhydrophobic, and next generation membranes for thermal induced membrane separation processes 11. Membrane Processes in Integrated Systems 12. Fouling and its mitigation in thermal induced membrane separation processes 13. Applications of thermal induced membrane separation processes 14. Advancements in thermal induced membrane separation processes and cost analysis

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Purkait, Mihir Kumar
Dr. Mihir Kumar Purkait is a professor in the Department of Chemical Engineering at Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati. He has received the Research Award in Chemical Engineering from IIChE (2007), BOYSCAST Fellow Award (2009-10) from the DST, Young Engineers Award in the field of Chemical Engineering from the Institute of Engineers (India, 2009), and the Young Scientist Medal award from the Indian National Science Academy (2009). His current research activities are focused in the field of membrane technology, covering both fundamental and applied research. He has more than 18 years of experience in academics and research and written and contributed to more than 150 publications including articles in international scientific journals and three reference books, and has edited a book.
Singh, Randeep
Dr. Randeep Singh is a researcher in the Department of Chemical Engineering at Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati. His research work is dedicated to the preparation of various membranes and the mathematical analysis of the transport phenomena in membrane separation processes, including wastewater treatment, fruit juice clarification, protein separation, and value-added product separation from biogenic source. He is also working on fabrication of different membrane modules for environmental separation. He has authored two books.
Mondal, Piyal
Mr. Piyal Mondal received his undergraduate degree from National Institute of Technology Durgapur in 2012 and Masters degree in chemical engineering from Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati, Guwathti, India. He is currently pursuing doctoral research in the Department of Chemical Engineering at Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati. His research focuses on green synthesis of metal nanoparticles for real life applications. He has published 5 papers and 2 books, and presented more than 10 papers in national and international conferences.
Haldar, Dibyajyoti
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