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Volume 16 (2019)
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Volume 1 (2004)
1. Modeling of Nanofiltration of Low Concentration Pb(II) Aqueous Solutions Using a Coupled Concentration Polarization and Pore Flow Model

S. Fadhil

Volume 16, Issue 4 , Autumn 2019, , Pages 12-22


  In this paper, the performance of nanofiltration membrane process in removing Pb(II) from aqueous solution was modeled by the pore flow-concentration polarization model. The model was fabricated based on the simultaneous resolving of Extended Nernst–Planck equation(ENP), film theory, and osmotic ...  Read More

Separation Technology,
2. Biofouling Behavior on Forward Osmosis Using Vertically Aligned CNT Membrane on Alumina

M.R Omidkhah; H. Azami; L. Ghaheri

Volume 16, Issue 2 , Spring 2019, , Pages 1-13

  Nowadays, forward osmosis (FO) with many advantages in water treatment, are so attractive for researchers and investigators that the studies are going to optimize and increase its efficiency. However one of the most controversial operating malfunctions of FO process is fouling that limits the FO global ...  Read More

Process Control and Engineering, Process Safety, HSE
3. Synthesis and Seeding Time Effect on the Performance of Nanostructure Sodalite Membranes
Volume 4, Issue 1 , Winter 2007, , Pages 54-70

  > Secondary growth technique was successfully applied for the synthesis of nanostructure sodalite membranes with vacuum seeding on tubular α-Al2O3 supports. In the seeding process, a thin, uniform and continuous seeding layer was closely attached to the support external surface by the pressure ...  Read More

Separation Technology,
4. Characterization of Lithium Ion Transport Via Dialysis Process
Volume 3, Issue 4 , Autumn 2006, , Pages 35-43

  Dialysis is a membrane based separation process in which the concentration gradient across the membrane is the driving force resulting in a flow of material from one side of the membrane to the other. In this study membranes (Accurel, Celgard, GVHP, PM30 and PTHK) with different pore sizes were employed ...  Read More