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Practical Membrane/Filtration & Separations Technologies Short Course

4/14/13 to 4/18/13
Rudder Tower - Texas A&M University
College Staton, TX
United States
Contact: YongJae Lee

A short course in fundamentals, new developments, applications and daily pilot plant demonstrations.

 

OBJECTIVES OF SHORT COURSE:
 
  • Review basic principles of membrane filtration & separations processing including system design, membrane & equipment selection costs, economics, and practical applications
  • Orient new product formulators, food scientists, chemists, chemical engineers, environmental engineers, petroleum engineers, and students to processing and products of separations technologies
  • Review major applications of microfiltration, ultrafiltration, reverse osmosis, nanofiltration, pervaporation, chromotography, centrifugation, and other technologies in food processing, chemical processing, petroleum processing, pharmaceutical processing and water treatment, environmental and industrial processing and manufacturing
  • Review fundamentals and practical aspects of membrane fouling and cleaning
  • Provide daily “hands-on” demonstrations and familiarize attendees with the practical aspects of membrane & separations technologies
  • Review new technologies / developments in Membrane Filtration Technology & Separations Technologies
  • Review case studies, success stories, new systems designs, industrial/commercial applications and economics of membrane systems, pre and post-treatment technologies
  • Network with Academia and Industry Experts

 

Where:

Rudder Tower, Texas A&M University Campus, College Station, TX

Contact:

YongJae Lee yongjaelee@tees.tamus.edu ph: 979-845-2758

Cyndi Casanova shortcourse@tamu.edu ph: 979-847-8997

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