Description - Monitoring and Visualizing Membrane-based Processes by Carme Guell
This much-needed critical review of the main monitoring techniques conveys profound knowledge of their fundamentals, possibilities and limits, strengths and weaknesses when applied to membrane processes, clearly demonstrating which technique is most suitable for a given process. A practical approach is adopted throughout, providing case studies for the monitoring of selected membrane-based processes. After an introductory section, the book goes on to look at optical and electronic microscopic techniques, followed by electrical, laser and acoustic techniques, and finishes off with process-oriented monitoring techniques. For both researchers and professionals working in the industry.
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(248mm x 181mm x 24mm)
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Author Biography - Carme Guell
Carme Guell is currently Associate Professor at the Department of Chemical Engineering at the Rovira I Virgili University (Spain). She obtained her PhD from the University of Barcelona and had post-doctoral positions at the University of California at Davis and the University of Colorado at Boulder. Currently she is serving as Degree Coordinator in the dean's board of the Enology Faculty in Tarragona. Montserrat Ferrando is Assistant Professor at the Department of Chemical Engineering at the Rovira I Virgili University. Dr. Ferrando graduated in Chemistry at the University of Valencia in 1992, her doctoral training was obtained at the Federal Research Centre for Nutrition in Karlsruhe (Germany) and in 2001 she obtained her PhD (European mention) in Chemical Engineering from the Rovira i Virgili University. She spent a post-doctoral visit at the Helmholz Institute for Biomedical Engineering at RWTH Aachen University in Germany (2002). Francisco Lopez is Associate Professor at the Department of Chemical Engineering of the Rovira I Virgili University. He obtained his PhD from the University of Barcelona and had post-doctoral positions at the Institute of Chemical Engineering in Toulouse (France) and the Institute of Agro-Food Process Engineering in Agen (France).