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Volume 1 (2004)
Asymptotic Analysis of Binary Gas Mixture Separation by Nanometric Tubular Ceramic Membranes: Cocurrent and Countercurrent Flow Patterns
1. Asymptotic Analysis of Binary Gas Mixture Separation by Nanometric Tubular Ceramic Membranes: Cocurrent and Countercurrent Flow Patterns
Volume 3, Issue 3 , Summer 2006, Pages 3-16

Abstract
  Analytical gas-permeation models for predicting the separation process across  membranes (exit compositions and area requirement) constitutes an important and necessary step in ...  Read More
A Model For The Residence Time Distribution and Holdup Measurement in a Two Impinging Streams Cyclone Reactor/Contactor in Solid-Liquid Systems
2. A Model For The Residence Time Distribution and Holdup Measurement in a Two Impinging Streams Cyclone Reactor/Contactor in Solid-Liquid Systems
Volume 3, Issue 3 , Summer 2006, Pages 17-28

Abstract
  In this paper a two impinging streams cyclone contacting system suitable for handling of solid-liquid systems has been studied. Certain pertinent parameters such as: solid holdup, mean ...  Read More
Preparation of Lanthanum–Nickel–Aluminium Perovskite Systems and their Application in Methane-Reforming Reactions
3. Preparation of Lanthanum–Nickel–Aluminium Perovskite Systems and their Application in Methane-Reforming Reactions
Volume 3, Issue 3 , Summer 2006, Pages 29-43

Abstract
  In this study we developed LaNixAl1-xO3 perovskite systems using a sol-gelmethod (with propionic acid as solvent) to use in methane-reforming reactions for producing synthesis gas. ...  Read More
Removal of Surfactants from wastewater by Rice Husk
4. Removal of Surfactants from wastewater by Rice Husk
Volume 3, Issue 3 , Summer 2006, Pages 44-50

Abstract
  Surfactants are one of the major components (10- 18%) of detergents and household cleaning products and are used in high volumes in developed countries. In the present research work, ...  Read More
Mathematical modeling of a fixed bed chromatographic reactor for Fischer Tropsch synthesis
5. Mathematical modeling of a fixed bed chromatographic reactor for Fischer Tropsch synthesis
Volume 3, Issue 3 , Summer 2006, Pages 51-64

Abstract
  In this research, Fischer Tropsch synthesis (FTS) has been modeled in the fixed bed chromatographic reactor for the first time by applying a rather complex dispersed plug flow model ...  Read More
A Detailed Investigation of Particulate Dispersion from Kerman Cement Plant
6. A Detailed Investigation of Particulate Dispersion from Kerman Cement Plant
Volume 3, Issue 3 , Summer 2006, Pages 65-74

Abstract
  The aim of this study was to investigate the particulate dispersion from Kerman Cement Plant. The upwind – downwind method was used to measure particle concentration and a cascade ...  Read More