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Novel Separation Processes

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    COURSE OUTLINE Fundamentals of Separation Processes; Basic definitions of relevant terms. Membrane based separation processes; fundamentals and various terms; classifications; Design aspects: various models and their applicabilities. External field induced membrane separation processes for colloidal particles; fundamentals of various colloid separation; derivation of profile of electric field strength; coupling with membrane separation and electrophoresis. Gas separation; Surfactant based separation processes. Liquid membranes: Fundamentals and modeling. Micellar enhanced separation processes. Cloud point extraction;Centrifugal Separation processes and their calculations. Ion exchange and chromatographic separation processes. Supercritical fluid extraction.

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    Topics

    No. of Hours

    1

    Fundamentals of Separation Processes.

    1

    2

    Basic definitions of relevant terms.

    1

    3

    Membrane based separation processes:

    1. Fundamentals and various terms.

    2. Classifications.

    3. Design aspects: various models and their applicabilities.

    20

    4

    External field induced membrane separation processes for colloidal particles:

    1. Fundamentals of various colloid separation.

    2. Derivation of profile of electric field strength.

    3. Coupling with membrane separation and electrophoresis.

    6

    5

    Gas separation.

    2

    6

    Surfactant based separation processes:

    1. Liquid membranes: fundamentals and modeling.

    2. Micellar enhanced separation processes.

    3. Cloud point extraction.

    4

    7

    Centrifugal Separation processes and their calculations.

    2

    8

    Ion exchange and chromatographic separation processes.

    2

    9

    Supercritical fluid extraction.

    2

     
    Total
    40
  • Lectures
    Novel Separation Processes - Lecture 1 - Prof. S. DeView
    Novel Separation Processes - Lecture 2 - Prof. S. DeView
    Novel Separation Processes - Lecture 3 - Prof. S. DeView
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