AIChE & NAMS Webinar: Membrane Materials Perspective
- Type: Archived Webinar
Inaugural Joint Webinar of AIChE and The North American Membrane Society (NAMS).
Use of membranes for gas and water purification is increasing. There are many good reasons for this including low energy use, a small footprint and relative mechanical simplicity. In 60 minutes you’ll gain a better understanding of membrane technology and why you should consider it as an alternative to conventional separation technologies.
This webinar provides a solid overview of why and how membranes work. It looks at current applications of membrane technology in the types of separation processes employed in many plants. Whether your work is in process engineering or you are exploring R&D applications using membranes this webinar will enable you to consider how membranes can improve your operations.
Take a Look at Your Agenda
- Review the fundamental science of small molecule (e.g., gas, water, and ions) transport in membranes
- Examine membrane use in different separation processes including gas separations, reverse osmosis desalination and electrodialysis
- Look at current examples of uses of membrane use in the above-mentioned applications
- Explore the design of membrane materials and trends in the design of new membrane materials
NAMS Members enjoy the AIChE Member Rate by using their promo code at checkout. If you have not received a promo code from NAMS, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Benny Freeman is the Richard B. Curran Centennial Chair in Engineering at The University of Texas at Austin in the Department of Chemical Engineering. Dr. Freeman’s research is in polymer science and engineering specifically in mass transport of small molecules in solid polymers. His laboratory focuses on gas and liquid separations using polymer and polymer-based membranes, developing and characterizing new materials for hydrogen separation, natural gas purification, carbon capture, water/ion separation, desalination, and fouling resistant membranes.
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