593 Biomimetic and Bioinspired Membranes and Membrane Processes I

Thursday, November 7, 2013: 8:30 AM
Union Square 2 (Hilton)
Description:
Borrowing the elegant and exceptional materials processing methods such as biomineralization, bioadhesion, self-assembly, self-cleaning, self-healing from nature, a variety of membranes have been fabricated in recent years, with numerous inspiring properties such as sophistication, miniaturization, hierarchical organizations, selective transport, stability/resistance and adaptability. These membranes have made and will make great contributions in sustainable resources, environment, energy, human health areas. This session will entertain papers that focus on membranes and membrane process with distinct biomimietic and bioinspired attributes in terms of materials, preparation, structure and mass transfer characteristics, process intensification, etc.

Sponsor:
Membrane-Based Separations

Chair:
Zhongyi Jiang
Email: zhyjiang@tju.edu.cn

Co-Chair:
Ronald Michalsky
Email: ronald_michalsky@brown.edu

- indicates paper has an Extended Abstract file available on CD.


8:30 AM
(593a) Constant Flux Crossflow Filtration Evaluation of Bioinspired Fouling-Resistant Membranes
Daniel J. Miller, Sirirat Kasemset, Lu Wang, Donald R. Paul and Benny D. Freeman

9:00 AM

9:30 AM
File available
10:00 AM
(593d) Preparation and Gas Separationperformance of the Inorganic Nano-Particles Carbon Composite Membranes
Lin Li, Tonghua Wang, Nan Wang, Xuanying Zhao, Yiming Cao and Jieshan Qiu
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