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Carbon Membrane Technology:Fundamentals and Applications


: Fundamentals of Carbon Membranes: Carbon Membrane PreparationIntroductionPrecursor Selection and PreparationCarbon Membrane PreparationCarbon Membrane RegenerationCarbon Membrane UpscalingConclusionAcknowledgmentsReferences: Carbon Membrane Performance: State-of-the-ArtIntroductionUnsupported Flat-Sheet Carbon MembranesSupported Flat-Sheet and Tubular Carbon MembranesSupport ModificationUltrathin Supported CMS MembranesCarbon Hollow Fiber MembranesSymmetric CHFMsAsymmetric CHFMsConclusionAcknowledgments: Carbon Membrane CharacterizationIntroductionChemical Structural Evolution during CarbonizationMorphology of Carbon MembranesMicrostructure of Carbon MembranesGas Separation MeasurementConclusionsAcknowledgmentsList of AcronymsNomenclature: Carbon Membrane Transport MechanismsIntroductionGeneral Gas Transport ModelTransport through Carbon MembranesKnudsen DiffusionSelective Surface FlowMolecular SievingProcess Parameter InfluencesEffect of PressureEffect of TemperatureSummaryNomenclatureReferences: Carbon Membrane Applications: Carbon Membranes for Biogas UpgradingBackgroundCarbon Hollow Fiber ProductionCarbon Membranes for Biogas UpgradingBiogas Upgrading Pre-StudyBiomethane UtilizationCase Study/Operation of a Biogas Upgrading Pilot Plant Based on Carbon MembranesProcess DescriptionMembrane Modules DescriptionPilot OperationChallenges and SuggestionsConclusionReferences: Carbon Membranes for Natural Gas SweeteningIntroductionNatural GasMembranes for Natural Gas SweeteningPolymeric Membranes and Ionic Liquids for Natural Gas SweeteningInorganic and Polymeric Membranes: A Comparative ApproachFrom Polymeric Material to Carbon MembranesCarbon Membranes for Natural Gas SweeteningNatural Gas Sweetening Process Simulation and OptimizationProcess Design of Natural Gas Sweetening PlantsNatural Gas Sweetening Process: A Financial ApproachConclusionsAcknowledgmentsList of AcronymsList of Symbols: Carbon Membranes for H 2 PurificationIntroductionPrecursor Polymer SelectionCellulose DerivativesPolyimidesPolyetherimidesPhenolic Resins and Analogous CompoundsPolyfurfuryl AlcoholPolyphenylene OxideApplications of Carbon Membranes in Hydrogen SeparationSummaryIntroductionGeneral Fabrication of CMsPrecursor SelectionMembrane FormationPyrolysis ConditionsChemical Vapor DepositionIon IrradiationCMs for Microfiltration, Ultrafiltration and NanofiltrationCompression TechnologyChemical Vapor DepositionMembrane Coating and PyrolysisSpin-CoatingCast-CoatingDip-CoatingSol–Gel MethodModification of CMsSurface ModificationPore ModificationTemplate MethodAntifouling AbilityApplication ProspectsMembrane FiltrationProcess IntegrationMembrane BioreactorEnergy ProductionConclusions and Remarks: Carbon Membranes for Other ApplicationsIntroductionCarbon Membranes for CO 2 Capture from Flue GasCarbon Membranes for Olefin/Paraffin SeparationCarbon Membranes for Artificial PhotosynthesisCarbon Membranes for Organic Solvent Separation: Future PerspectivesIndex
 
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