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Separation of simple gases using a spiral-wound membrane permeator

Hamdani Saidi

Separation of simple gases using a spiral-wound membrane permeator

experimental study of the effects of operating conditions on permeation rates and selectivities, and their interpretaions using "dual-sorption" and "free volume"the theories.

by Hamdani Saidi

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Published in Bradford .
Written in English


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Ph.D.thesis.Typescript.

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Open LibraryOL13979690M

Covering graphene/graphene oxide based membranes, PIMs, thermally rearranged membranes, and new mixed matrix membranes, alongside membrane pilot plant trials of gas separation, such as CO2 from flue gas and biogas, as well as a cost analysis of competitive membrane and hybrid systems, this book Format: Hardcover. chemical and gas separation properties of the carbon membrane. Up to date, the utilization of carbon membranes in pilot plant and industrial scale are still unavailable due to the higher manufacturing cost as Carbon membrane can be produced using .

MODELING AND OPTIMAL DESIGN OF SPIRAL-WOUND MEMBRANE SYSTEMS FOR GAS SEPARATIONS A Dissertation Submitted to the Graduate Faculty of the Louisiana State .   In the last years membrane processes for gas separation are gaining a larger acceptance in industry and in the market are competing with consolidated operations such as pressure swing absorption and cryogenic distillation. The key for new applications of membranes Cited by:

Volume 2 looks at problems combined with membrane reactors. About the Author Enrico Drioli is a Professor Chairman of the Section on Membranes for the European Federation of Chemical Engineering. is research activities focus on membrane Price: $ Polymeric gas-separation membranes were commercialized 30 years ago. The interest on these systems is increasing because of the simplicity of concept and low-energy consumption. In the refinery, gas separation is needed in many processes such as natural gas Cited by:


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Separation of simple gases using a spiral-wound membrane permeator by Hamdani Saidi Download PDF EPUB FB2

A calculation method for predicting the gas separation performance of a permeator with asymmetric membrane is presented. The model takes into account the permeate pressure drop and is applicable to both hollow‐fiber and spiral‐wound modules.

The effect of permeate‐feed flow pattern on module performance Cited by: Separation of simple gases using a spiral-wound membrane permeator: An experimental study of the effects of operating conditions on permeation rates and selectivities, and their interpretations using 'Dual-sorption. A systematic design strategy for spiral-wound membrane systems based on an algebraic permeator model and nonlinear programming has been proposed.

Case studies for the separation of CO 2 /CH 4 mixtures in natural gas treatment and enhanced oil recovery have been presented. Sensitivity of the proposed designs has been investigated by changing operating conditions, membrane properties, and economic by: The permeation behavior of the high-flux asymmetric membrane differs from that of the conventional symmetric membrane.

A calculation method for predicting the gas separation performance of a permeator with asymmetric membrane is presented. The model takes into account the permeate pressure drop and is applicable to both hollow-fiber and spiral-wound modules.

Computational fluid dynamics simulations are conducted to investigate gas–gas separation using a membrane. The CO 2 and CH 4 binary mixture is considered in the mass transport through a membrane.

A unique model is presented in which the membrane Cited by: Gas-gas separation, to purify natural gas, is simulated using a membrane supported by a porous medium. Removing acidic gasses from the natural gas is gaining attention recently. Again, mixed gas permeances of hollow fiber membranes in a binary mixed-gas membrane permeator were also calculated as two unknown parameters from the mathematical model of binary gas separation.

The calculation of the degree of separation for a low-permeable impurity in a membrane module at a low permeability of the purified gas through the membrane was carried out. Gas separation using membrane is now an established unit operation in the chemical process industry.

The performance of a single stage membrane permeator depends. An exhaustive treatment of the past decade of intense activity in the membrane-based gas separation field would require an entire book and provide more detail than necessary to capture the essence of this dynamic field.

technological and commercial boundaries of the field of membrane-based gas separation Cited by: POLYMERIC GAS SEPARATION MEMBRANES R. KESTING and A. FRITZSCHE A Wiley-Interscience Publication Spiral-Wound Element, Engineering/System Design, Permeator Engineering Aspects, System Design, 7 Applications Separation of Mixed Gases.

Membrane Separations Technology. Principles and Applications Edited by R.D. Noble and S.A. Stern.9Elsevier Science B.I/. All fights reserved Chapter 11 Analysis and design of membrane permeators for gas separation Cited by: A Review of Separation of Gases Using Membrane Systems Article in Petroleum Science and Technology 22(9) January with 29 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

Abstract. Gas separation membranes can be applied to a range of processing steps during natural gas treatment. This paper considers the current and future potential of polymeric membranes in acidic gas removal, heavy hydrocarbon recovery, water dehydration as well as nitrogen and helium by: separation of permeate and residual gas is driven by the hydrogen partial pressure difference between the feed gas and permeate gas, as well as our advanced polymer material.

The non-porous hollow fiber membranes selectively allow faster molecules to permeate the membrane wall. O 2 /N 2 separation, CO 2 /CH 4 separation, hydrogen separation, helium separation, CO 2 /N 2 separation for separation and collection of greenhouse gases that cause global warming, and the separation of perfluoro compounds such as C 2 F 6 and SF 6 have been under intense investigation.

The use of a polymer membrane. examine membrane system performance for gas separation applications []. The effect of flow in the feed channel on the membrane performance in a spiral wound membrane module containing spacers has been studied for desalination and food processes [].

Membrane Author: Mohammed Faraj Alrehili. Abstract. Absorption–pervaporation separation of gas mixtures is studied and compared with membrane gas separation. The absorption–pervaporation method ensures a much higher separation coefficient of the HCl–H 2 mixture.

An equation is derived for calculating the fluxes of the mixture components through the absorbent–membrane Cited by: 4. Two multicomponent models for spiral-wound gas permeators are proposed.

The basic transport model is derived from fundamental material balances and permeation relations that account. This book describes recent and emerging results in membrane gas separation, including highlights of nanoscience and technology, novel polymeric and inorganic membrane materials, new membrane approaches to solve environmental problems e.g.

greenhouse gases, aspects of membrane engineering, and recent achievements in industrial gas : Wiley. to conventional gas separation technologies such as pressure swing adsorption and cryogenic distillation. A particularly important application of membrane technology is the use of spiral .A calculation method for predicting the gas separation performance of a permeator with asymmetric membrane is presented.

The model takes into account the permeate pressure drop and is applicable to both hollow‐fiber and spiral‐wound Cited by: The book then focuses on gas separation, the processes involved with the transport and separation of gases in porous ceramic membranes, ceramic membrane modules for gas treatments, the transport of oxygen and hydrogen in dense ceramic membranes, and ceramic hollow fiber membranes Cited by: