describe fundamental physical and chemical principles underlying
membrane-based separation processes and to provide a comprehensive
overview of the latest in membrane technology.
Time & location
Tu Th 3:00-4:20, 1234 Engineering Building
Tu Th 1:30-2:30, 3564 Engineering Building or by appointment
1) Calculus through differential equations
2) Fluid mechanics
3) Physical chemistry
[MM] Basic principles of membrane technology/M. Mulder (on reserve)
[RB] Membrane Technology and Applications/R. Baker, Wiley, 2004 (on reserve)
polymeric membranes: a structural perspective/R. Kesting,
Wiley, 1985 (on reserve)
Journal of Membrane Science , Environmental Science and Technology , Journal of Colloid and Interface Science, Langmuir
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