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Membrane Development for Osmotic Power Generation

Pressure Retarded Osmosis (PRO) utilizes osmosis through a semi-permeable membrane to generate osmotic energy. In PRO, water spontaneous flows from a...

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Ceramic Membranes for Nanofiltration

Ceramic membranes are well known in industry to be more robust than polymeric membranes due to their extremely high chemical, thermal and physical stability and...

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Superlyophobic Materials for Immiscible Liquids Separation

Separation of oil/water mixture using wetting materials has been extensively investigated. However, the wastes released in industrial...

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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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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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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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Low Cost and Low Energy Forward Osmosis for Wastewater Treatment

The rapid evolution of forward osmosis (FO) within the last decade has led to the commercial implementation of the technology in the...

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Novel Technology for Odours and Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) Removal

Removal of malodours and volatile organic compounds (VOCs) are of key importance to improve air quality and overall quality...

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