The use of nano-composite ceramic membranes for gas separations.
Shehu, Habiba; Okon, Edidiong; Gobina, Edward
David W.L. Hukins
The preparation of composite ceramic inorganic membranes using different types of support with the aim to achieving high selectivity for lower hydrocarbons was studied. The pore size of the unmodified support was determined. Upon modification of the support, the morphology was examined using scanning electron microscopy (SEM), which showed a reduction in the pore radius and pore size inorganic ceramic membrane consisting of a ceramic support and a zeolite layer. The permeance of nitrogen, carbon dioxide, helium, methane, propane and argon through the membrane at varying pressures was determined. The effect of the mean pressure of up to 0.1 MPa on the molar flux of the gases at 294K was determined.
|Start Date||Jul 1, 2015|
|Publication Date||Jul 3, 2015|
|Publisher||Newswood Academic Publishing|
|Series Title||Lecture notes in engineering and computer science|
|Institution Citation||SHEHU, H., OKON, E. and GOBINA, E. 2015. The use of nano-composite ceramic membranes for gas separations. In Ao, S.I., Gelman, L., Hukins, D.W.L., Hunter, A. and Korsunsky, A.M. (eds.) Proceedings of the 2015 World congress on engineering (WCE 2015), 1-3 July 2015, London, UK. Lecture notes in engineering and computer science, 2218. Hong Kong: Newswood Limited [online], pages 1225-1229. Available from: http://www.iaeng.org/pu...WCE2015_pp1225-1229.pdf|
|Keywords||Composite membranes; Knudsen flow; Permeance; Selectivity|
SHEHU 2015 Use of nano-composite ceramic
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