Monday, November 13, 2006: 8:30 AM-11:00 AM
Continental 3 (Hilton San Francisco)
#46 - Separation Engineering for Sustainable Processes (TE000)
Separation technologies provide some of the most effective tools for sustainability. The session is intended to cover fundamentals, developments, applications, recent trends, and future opportunities for separation science and engineering in enhancing sustainability of the process industries as well as the development of new device and materials. In particular, papers are solicited in the following areas: 1) Fundamentals and applications of separation for process sustainability 2) Developments and applications of separation materials and devices for future applications of energy saving, material recovery for sustainability (e.g., separation of carbon dioxide, hydrogen, etc.), or bio separations. 3) Emerging technologies for environmental and in-plant separation 4) Synthesis, design, operation, and control of separation networks 5) Techno-economic assessment of separation technologies
Chair:Mahmoud M. El-Halwagi
Cochairs:Kazuyuki Chihara
Takeo Yamaguchi
8:30 AMSelective Recovery of Ethanol from Water by Pervaporation: Zeolite-Silicone Rubber Mixed Matrix Membranes
Vasudevan V. Namboodiri, Travis C. Bowen, Leland M. Vane
8:46 AMHydrogen-Permeable Metal Membrane for Highly Efficient Catalytic Reformer
Shigeyuki Uemiya
9:02 AMMembrane Distillation of Ammonia-Containing Wastewater and Utilization of Recovered Ammonia
Nobuaki Sato, Kazuhiro Mochidzuki, Takeshi Nomura, Akiyoshi Sakoda
9:18 AMAdsorption of Heavy Metal Ions from Squid Oil by Chelate Ion Exchanger
Omid Tavakoli, Hiroyuki Yoshida
9:34 AMEquilibria for Adsorption of Heavy Metal Ions on Chitosan Fiber and Highly Porous Chitosan Bead
Hidemi Nakamura, Masatoshi Miyasaka, Hiroyuki Yoshida
9:50 AMDesign and Characterization of Novel Materials from Imidazolium-Based Room Temperature Ionic Liquids
Jason Bara, Dean Camper, Xiaohui Zeng, Alexia Finotello, Sonja Lessmann, Douglas Gin, Richard Noble
10:06 AMDevelopment of Thermo - Sensitive Hollow Fiber Membranes for Temperature Swing Filtering - Cleaning System
Shigetoshi Ichimura, Takahiro Natori, Noriyuki Morihara, Hiroo Tsujikawa, Kazuki Akamatsu, Takeo Yamaguchi
10:22 AMHigh Temperature Water Separation with Zeolite Membarane for C1 Chemistry
Masahiko Matsukata, Ken-ichi Sawamura, Mitsuko Takada, Yasushi Sekine, Eiichi Kikuchi
10:38 AMCarbon Molecular Sieve Membranes Derived from Lignin-Based Materials
Hidetoshi Kita, Tomoko Koga, Kazuhiro Tanaka, Masamitsu Funaoka

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