Process intensification in integrated use of hollow fiber contactor-based processes case studies of sparkling water production and membrane contactor- based strip dispersion process
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Process intensification (PI) may be achieved by new modes of production, which are based on scientific principles. New operating modes have been studied in the laboratory and/or at pilot stages: hollow fiber contactor (HFC)-based membrane separations, reverse osmosis and nanofiltration, reversed flow for reaction-regeneration, unsteady operations, cyclic processes, extreme conditions, pultrusion, low-frequency vibrations to improve gas–liquid contacting in bubble columns, high temperature, and high pressure technologies, and supercritical media are now seriously considered for practical applications . In this chapter, our focus will be mainly on HFC-based membrane separations with respect to their applications in metal extraction/separation through a detailed description of case studies implementing process intensification. Before going into an in-depth discussion of process intensification and its components, the basics of process intensification are discussed below
CitationPabby, A. [et al.]. Process intensification in integrated use of hollow fiber contactor-based processes case studies of sparkling water production and membrane contactor- based strip dispersion process. A: "Hollow fiber membrane contactors. Module fabrication, design and operation, and potential applications". CRC Press, 2020, p. 117-125.