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Reinforced Low Energy Membrane and Module for Pressure Driven Water Purification Processes

This technology relates to a reinvention of the structure of spiral wound membrane module to increase...

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Superior Antifouling, Highly Permeable Reverse Osmosis Membranes via Green Synthesis

This technology relates to a series of block co-polymers that have the superior anti-fouling capability made...

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Hollow Fiber Nanofiltration Membranes for Heavy Metal Removal

Heavy metals are highly toxic contaminants found in industrial wastewater that may find their way into drinking water sources through...

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Dehumidification using High-Performance PAN-based Composite Hollow Fiber Membrane

This invention relates to a polyacrylonitrile (PAN)-based membrane suitable for dehumidification and oxygen...

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Evapoporometry Technique for the Characterisation of Pore Size Distribution and Porosity of Membranes or Other Porous Materials

This technology relates to an apparatus and method for determining the...

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High Flux and Low Fouling Membrane Separation Process

Membrane fouling due to particulates is driven by permeate drag is a key issue that reduces the efficiency of membranes in various applications....

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Inductively Heated Electrically Conductive Spacers to Enhance Membrane Distillation

Membrane distillation (MD) is a promising low-cost, green (based on utilization of low-quality heat) alternative to...

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Reinforced Membranes for Producing Osmotic Power in Pressure Retarded Osmosis

The Pressure Retarded Osmosis (PRO) membrane is the key factor affecting the PRO performance (both water flux and power...

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Organics Dehydration using Ceramic Thin Film Composite Membranes via Pervaporation

Isopropanol (IPA) is an important solvent and cleaning agent with wide applications in semiconductor, microelectronic...

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