Design of Microsieves and Microsieve Processes for Suspension Fractionation. Chapter 9.

A.M.C. van Dinther, C.G.P.H. Schroën, R.M. Boom

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Micofiltration is a mature process for separating particles from a solution. Fractionation, that is the separation of larger from smaller particles, is however more difficult, especially when the components to separate are not very different in size (1). In this chapter we evaluate the use of micro-engineered membranes for fractionation. These membranes or microsieves are a new type of membrane of which the pore size and geometery can be tailored to an extend that is unprecedented in 'regular' membranes. In the design of a fractionation process with microsieves necessarily we consider a wide range of size scales, from the very small dimension of one pore all the way up to module-scale fluid dynamics. In the conclusion section, the different scales are compared, and their importance for the actual fractionation process evaluated
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationNew Membranes and Advanced Materials for Wastewater Treatment
EditorsA. Mueller, B. Guieysse, A. Sarkar
Place of PublicationWashington DC
Pages137-149
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2009

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NameACS Symposium Series
PublisherAmerican Chemical Society
Number1022

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Fractionation
Suspensions
Membranes
Fluid dynamics
Pore size

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van Dinther, A. M. C., Schroën, C. G. P. H., & Boom, R. M. (2009). Design of Microsieves and Microsieve Processes for Suspension Fractionation. Chapter 9. In A. Mueller, B. Guieysse, & A. Sarkar (Eds.), New Membranes and Advanced Materials for Wastewater Treatment (pp. 137-149). (ACS Symposium Series; No. 1022). Washington DC. https://doi.org/10.1021/bk-2009-1022.ch009
van Dinther, A.M.C. ; Schroën, C.G.P.H. ; Boom, R.M. / Design of Microsieves and Microsieve Processes for Suspension Fractionation. Chapter 9. New Membranes and Advanced Materials for Wastewater Treatment. editor / A. Mueller ; B. Guieysse ; A. Sarkar. Washington DC, 2009. pp. 137-149 (ACS Symposium Series; 1022).
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van Dinther, AMC, Schroën, CGPH & Boom, RM 2009, Design of Microsieves and Microsieve Processes for Suspension Fractionation. Chapter 9. in A Mueller, B Guieysse & A Sarkar (eds), New Membranes and Advanced Materials for Wastewater Treatment. ACS Symposium Series, no. 1022, Washington DC, pp. 137-149. https://doi.org/10.1021/bk-2009-1022.ch009

Design of Microsieves and Microsieve Processes for Suspension Fractionation. Chapter 9. / van Dinther, A.M.C.; Schroën, C.G.P.H.; Boom, R.M.

New Membranes and Advanced Materials for Wastewater Treatment. ed. / A. Mueller; B. Guieysse; A. Sarkar. Washington DC, 2009. p. 137-149 (ACS Symposium Series; No. 1022).

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van Dinther AMC, Schroën CGPH, Boom RM. Design of Microsieves and Microsieve Processes for Suspension Fractionation. Chapter 9. In Mueller A, Guieysse B, Sarkar A, editors, New Membranes and Advanced Materials for Wastewater Treatment. Washington DC. 2009. p. 137-149. (ACS Symposium Series; 1022). https://doi.org/10.1021/bk-2009-1022.ch009