Fluid Particle Separation in Energy and Environmental Systems

Chair(s):
Gamwo, I., U.S. DOE-NETL
Co-chair(s):
Basha, O., U.S. Department of Energy

Papers are solicited on fluid particle separation in energy, produced water and environmental systems. Discussion of fluid-solids separation processes for natural gas production, oil production, produced water treatment, wastewater treatment, soil remediation,bio-refining, and many others, are welcome

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