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Research note Modeling and Simulation
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 understanding the overall performance of  membrane modules. But, the exact (numerical) solution methods suffer from ...  Read More

Full article Modeling and Simulation
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 residence time and Residence Time Distribution (RTD) of solid particles have been investigated. A stochastic model based ...  Read More

Full article Reaction Engineering, Kinetics and Catalysts,
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. To understand the roles of the nature of the precursor and calcination conditions on the formation of LaNixAl1-xO3, we carried ...  Read More

Research note Separation Technology,
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, the ability of rice husk as a low cost adsorbent for anionic and nonionic surfactants in wastewater has been studied. ...  Read More

Full article Modeling and Simulation
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 for fluid phase and linear driving force (LDF) model for adsorbent. Model equations are dynamic, multi-component, non-linear ...  Read More

Full article Process Control and Engineering, Process Safety, HSE
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 impactor was applied to determine particle size distribution. An Eulerian model, Gaussian plume model and an artificial ...  Read More