|Statement||edited by A.L. Muggleton-Harris.|
|Series||International review of cytology., 12|
|Contributions||Muggleton-Harris, A. L., Danielli, J. F. 1911-|
|LC Classifications||QH601 .M4687|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiv, 428 p. :|
|Number of Pages||428|
|LC Control Number||81158742|
Please find below some membrane technology books Lenntech can recommend; Should you have any direct questions concerning membrane technology on specific subjects, please post them in our feedback form or click on the right on the search box and type in your question! We will reply as soon as possible and send you the requested information. The many correlations between membrane research and human health are discussed and key themes for future work in this area are identified. Membrane structural biology is poised to answer many basic and applied questions and this cutting-edge text will provide Cited by: As the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) and the Middle East emerge as the next generation of membrane research and development centers, in part due to their need for water and natural gas production technology, this book provides invaluable insights into the cutting-edge work taking place in these cturer: Wiley. The book aims to separate science from engineering, in an attempt to avoid confusion and to help readers understand the ideas of MBR. The text is divided into five chapters; the membrane and biological aspects are discussed in chapter 2 along with scientific studies.
The book also describes, in detail, experimental methods for setting up RO experiments, RO membrane modules, RO membrane systems, and desalination and water treatment by RO. Applications in food, pharmaceutical, chemical, biochemical, petroleum and petrochemical industries are also summarized. Since the beginning of water shortage by disasters such as global warming, environmental pollution, and drought, development of original technology and studies have been undertaken to increase the availability of water resources. Among the technologies, water treatment technology using membranes has a better water quality improvement than existing physicochemical and biological : Chang Hwa Woo. Building on the success of the previous edition, Membrane Technology and Applications Third Edition provides a comprehensive overview of separation membranes, their manufacture and their applications. Beginning with a series of general chapters on membrane preparation, transport theory and concentration polarization, the book then surveys. Membrane Separation Principles and Applications: From Material Selection to Mechanisms and Industrial Uses, the latest volume in the Handbooks in Separation Science series, is the first single resource to explore all aspects of this rapidly growing area of ne technology is now accepted as one of the most effective tools for separation and purification, primarily due to its simple.
Beginning with a series of general chapters on membrane preparation, transport theory and concentration polarization, the book then surveys several major areas of membrane application in separate : Richard W. Baker. is membrane fouling (Potts et al., ; American Water Works Association Membrane Technology Research Committee, ). Fouling causes a decrease in the water flux across the membrane, an increase in salt passage through the membrane, and affects . Membrane characterization is an important part of membrane research, development, and engineering. It provides a crucial link between the preparation and performance of the membranes and their structure, chemistry, morphology, transport properties, and other characteristics, with the ultimate goal of understanding how to make the best membrane. A membrane is a selective barrier; it allows some things to pass through but stops others. Such things may be molecules, ions, or other small particles. Biological membranes include cell membranes (outer coverings of cells or organelles that allow passage of certain constituents); nuclear membranes, which cover a cell nucleus; and tissue membranes, such as mucosae and serosae.