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Autor: Tadashi Uragami
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Science and Technology of Separation Membranes

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Offers a comprehensive overview of membrane science and technology from a single source
* Written by a renowned author with more than 40 years' experience in membrane science and technology, and polymer science
* Covers all major current applications of membrane technology in two definitive volumes
* Includes academic analyses, applications and practical problems for each existing membrane technology
* Includes novel applications such as membrane reactors, hybrid systems and optical resolution as well as membrane fuel cells
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Preface

1. Introduction to Membrane Science and Technology

1.1 History of Membrane Science and Technology

1.2 Membrane Module

1.3 Necessity of Membrane Science and Technology

References

2. Membrane Structure

2.1 Structural Design of Membranes

2.2 Symmetric Nonporous and Porous Membranes

2.3 Asymmetric and Composite Membranes

2.4 Relation between Structure and Preparation Condition of Membrane

2.5 Structure of Liquid Membranes

2.6 Structure of Inorganic Membranes

References

3. Preparation Methods of Membranes

3.1 Polymer Membranes

3.2 Inorganic Membranes

3.3 Organic-Inorganic Hybrid Membranes

3.4 Liquid Membranes

References

4. Membrane shapes and Modules

4.1 Membrane Shapes

4.2 Membrane Module

References

5. Characterization of Membrane

5.1 Methods and Subjects of Evaluation

References

6. Fundamentals of Membrane Transport Phenomena

6.1 Thermodynamical Fundamentals for Membrane Transport

6.2 Solution-Diffusion Model

6.3 Pore Flow

References

7. Phenomena during Membrane Permeation and Separation

7.1 Concentration Polarization

7.2 Membrane Fouling

References

8. Dialysis

8.1 Diffusion Dialysis

8.2 Donnan Dialysis

8.3 Neutralization Dialysis

8.4 Piezodiaysis

8.5 Electrodiaysis

8.6 Technologies of Electrodialysis

8.7 Electrodialysis with Bipolar Membranes

References

9. Reverse Osmosis

9.1 Principle of Reverse Osmosis

9.2 Fundamental Analysis of Reverse Osmosis

9.3 Materials and Structures of Reverse Osmosis Membranes

9.4 Concentration Polarization and Fouling

9.5 Technologies and Applications of Reverse Osmosis

9. 6 Membrane Module of Reverse Osmosis

References

10. Nanofiltration

10.1 Principle of Nanofiltration

10.2 Fundamental Analysis of Nanofiltration

10.3 Membranes and Modules for Nanofiltration

10.4 Concentration Polarization and Membrane Fouling in Nanofiltration [51] 10.4.1 Concentration Polarization in Nanofiltration

10.5 Technology

References

11. Ultrafiltration

11.1 Principle of ultrafiltration

11.2 Fundamental Analysis of Ultrafiltration

11.3 Membranes for Ultrafiltration

11.4 Ultrafiltration Modes

11.5 Concentration Polarization and Fouling in Ultrafiltration

11.6 Ultrafiltration Technology

11.7 Ultrafiltration Applications

References

12. Microfiltration

12.1 Principle of Microfiltration

12.2 Fundamental Analysis of Microfiltration

12.3 Membranes for Microfiltration

12.4 Fouling in Microfiltration

12. 5 Module of Microfiltration

12. 6 MicrofiltrationTechnology

References

13. Comparison of Pressure Driven Membrane Separation Process

13.1 Pressure Driven Membrane Separation Technologies

13.2 Problems of Reverse Osmosis and Nanofiltration

References

14. Forward Osmosis

14.1 Principle of Forward Osmosis

14.2 Advantage and Problem of Forward Osmosis

14.3 Fundamental Analysis of Forward Osmosis

14.4 Membranes and Modules for Forward Osmosis

14.5 Technology

14.6 Improvement of FO Membrane Performance

14.7 Fouling in Forward Osmosis

References

15. Pervaporation

15.1 Principle of Pervaporation

15.2 Fundamental Analysis of Pervaporation

15.3 Membranes for Pervaporation

15.4 Technologies

Reference

16. Evapomeation

16.1. Principle of Evapomeation

16.2 Membranes of Evapomeation

16.3 Technology of Evapomeation

References

17. Temperature-Difference Controlled Evapomeation

17.1 Principle of Temperature-Difference Controlled Evapomeation

17.2 Membranes of Temperature-Difference Controlled Evapomeation

17.3 Technology of Temperature-Difference Controlled Evapomeation

References

18. Membrane Distillation

18.1. Principle of Membrane Distillation

18.2 Fundamental Analysis of Membrane Distillation

18.3 Membranes of Membrane Distillation

18.4 Technologies of Membrane Distillation

References

19. Gas Permeation

19.1 Beginning of Gas Permeation

19.2 Fundamental of Gas permeation

19.3 Membranes for Gas Permeation

19.4 Membranes from Inorganic Materials

19.5 Modules of Gas Separation Membrane

19.6 Technology of Gas Permeation Membrane

References

20. Carrier Transport

20.1 Fundamental Principle of Carrier Transport through Artificial Membranes

20.2 Carriers in Membrane Transport

20.3 Technology of Carrier Transport Membrane

References

21. Membrane Reactor

21.1 Concept of Membrane Reactor

21.2 Membranes for Membrane Reactors

21.3 Technology of Membrane Reactor

References

22. Membrane Contactor

22.1 Principle and Fundamental of Membrane Contactors

22.2 Membranes for Membrane Contactor

References

23. Fuel Cell Membranes

23.1 Principle of Fuel Cell

23.2 Membrane for Fuel Cell23.3.1 Polymer Membranes

References

24. Hybrid Systems of Membrane Separation Process

24.1 Hybrid Systems of Membrane Technology and Reactive Production Step, Other Separation Technology

24.2 Hybrid Systems with Plural Membrane Technology

References

25. Optical Resolution by Membranes

25.1. Present Conditions and Problem of Optical Resolution with Membrane

25.2 Membranes for Optical Resolution

25.3 Technology of Optical Resolution Membrane

References

26. Material Separations by Other Membrane processes

26.1 Carbon Nanotube Membranes

26.2 Graphene Membranes

26.3 Technologies of Carbon Nanotube and Graphene Membranes

References

27. Conclusions and Prospects for Future


Editiert von: Tadashi Uragami

Tadashi Uragami,Functional Separation Membrane Research Center, Japan

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Autor: Tadashi Uragami
ISBN-13:: 9781118932575
ISBN: 1118932579
Verlag: John Wiley & Sons
Seiten: 848
Sprache: Englisch
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