Application of Nanotechnology in Membranes for Water Treatment
This book will provide the readers with a thorough understanding of the different available approaches for manufacturing membranes both with innovative polymeric systems and inorganic nano-materials which could give enhanced functionalities, catalytic and antimicrobial activities to improve the performance of the existing membranes. It will be useful for leading decision and policy makers, water sector representatives and administrators, policy makers from the governments, business leaders, business houses in water treatment, and engineers/ scientists from both industrialized and developing countries as well.
- Hardback | 306 pages
- 171 x 248 x 25.4mm | 844g
- 01 Oct 2017
- Taylor & Francis Ltd
- CRC Press
- London, United Kingdom
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About Alberto Figoli
Prof. Jan Hoinkis, born 1957 in Germany, holds a degree in chemistry and a doctorate in the field of thermodynamics from Technical University Karlsruhe. He has about 7 years work experience in chemical industry being head of a group for process development focusing on optimizing synthesis of chemical specialities for the textile and paper industry considering technical, environmental and economic constraints. . Since 1996 he is professor at Karlsruhe University of Applied Sciences where he is teaching and conducting research in the field of applied chemistry and process engineering in combination with sensor/control systems. He is specialized in the areas of water treatment and water recycling by use of membrane technologies. Thereby he is conducting research and development in the fields of decentralized small-scale desalinators powered by renewable energies for drinking water production as well as application of membrane bioreactor technology for waste water treatment and reuse. He has coordinated a variety of national and international R&D projects in co-operation with research institutes and companies among them EU funded projects (AsiaProEco, LIFE, FP7). Since 2008 he is scientific director of the Institute of Applied Research at the Karlsruhe University of Applied Sciences. The Institute of Applied Research (IAF) is a central facility of the Karlsruhe University of Applied Sciences and works to promote applied scientific research and development projects through an interdisciplinary approach. The IAF main research activities are: applied computer sciences and geoinformatics; intelligent measurement systems and sensor technologies and civil; environmental and process engineering. Jan Hoinkis is author of several peer-reviewed scientific publications and contributions to international conferences. He is co-editor of the book "Renewable energy applications for freshwater production" (2012, CRC, Balkema).
Jochen Bundschuh (1960, Germany), finished his PhD on numerical modeling of heat transport in aquifers in Tubingen in 1990. He is working in geothermics, subsurface and surface hydrology and integrated water resources management and connected disciplines. From 1993 to1999, he served as an expert for the German Agency of Technical Cooperation (GTZ - now GIZ) and as a long-term professor for the DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service) in Argentina. From 2001 to 2008 he worked within the framework of the German governmental cooperation (Integrated Expert Program of CIM; GTZ/BA) as adviser in mission to Costa Rica at the Instituto Costarricense de Electricidad (ICE). Here, he assisted the country in evaluation and development of its huge low-enthalpy geothermal resources for power generation. Since 2005, he has been an affiliate professor of the Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden. In 2006, he was elected Vice-President of the International Society of Groundwater for Sustainable Development ISGSD. From 2009-2011 he was visiting professor at the Department of Earth Sciences at the National Cheng Kung University, Tainan, Taiwan.
Since 2012, Dr. Bundschuh has been professor in hydrogeology at the University of Southern Queensland (USQ), Toowoomba, Australia where he is chair of the USQ Research Program Team (RPT) "Sustainable Water and Integrated Energy Technologies" working in the wide field of water resources and water and wastewater treatment, sustainable and renewable energy resources and the water-energy-food nexus. In November 2012, Prof. Bundschuh was appointed as president of the newly established Australian Chapter of the International Medical Geology Association (IMGA).
Dr. Bundschuh is author of the books "Low-Enthalpy Geothermal Resources for Power Generation" (2008) (Taylor & Francis/CRC Press) and "Introduction to the Numerical Modeling of Groundwater and Geothermal Systems: Fundamentals of Mass, Energy and Solute Transport in Poroelastic Rocks". He is editor of 16 books and editor of the book series "Multiphysics Modeling", "Arsenic in the Environment", "Sustainable Energy Developments" and "Sustainable Water Developments" (all CRC Press/Taylor & Francis). Since 2015, he has been editor in chief of the Elsevier journal "Groundwater for Sustainable Development".
Table of contents
2. The use of layer-by-layer technique in the fabrication of thin film composite membranes for water treatmentSacide Alsoy Altinkaya2.1 Introduction 2.2 The influences of preparation conditions on the structure and morphology of the LbL modified membranes 2.3 The stability of LbL deposited layers 2.4 The LbL coated membranes and their applications 2.5 The use of LbL technique to mitigate bacterial fouling 2.6 Challenges and future perspectives
3. Fabrication and application areas of mixed matrix flat-sheet membranes Derya Y. Koseoglu-Imer & Ismail Koyuncu3.1 Introduction 3.2 Fabrication of mixed matrix flat-sheet membranes 3.3 Nanomaterial types for fabrication of mixed matrix membranes (MMMs) 3.4 Application of mixed matrix membranes (MMMs) 3.5 Conclusion and outlook
4. Stimulus-responsive nano-structured bio-hybrid membranes reactors in water purificationAbaynesh Yihdego Gebreyohannes & Lidietta Giorno4.1 Introduction 4.2 Progress towards stimulus-responsive enzyme immobilization techniques 4.3 Concluding remarks and future perspectives
5. Study of carbon nanotubes' embedment into porous polymeric membranes for wastewater treatment John A. Anastasopoulos, Amaia Soto Beobide, Theodoros Karachalios, Katerina Kouravelou & George A. Voyiatzis5.1 Introduction 5.2 Why carbon nanotubes? 5.3 Water transport through carbon nanotubes 5.4 Type & fabrication of CNT-membranes 5.5 Functionalization of carbon nanotubes for CNT-membranes 5.6 from lab-scale to large-scale potential of CNT-membranes 5.7 CNT-infiltrated commercial membranes 5.8 Conclusions and future prospectives
6. Effects of the solvent ratio on carbon nanotube blended polymeric membranes Evrim Celik-Madenli, Ozgur Cakmakci, Ilkay Isguder, Nevzat O. Yigit, Mehmet Kitis, Ismail Koyuncu & Heechul Choi6.1 Introduction 6.2 Experimental 6.3 Results and discussion 6.4 Conclusions
7. Photocatalytic activity and synthesis procedures of TiO2 nanoparticles for potential applications in membranes Tiziana Marino, Marcel Boerrigter, Mirko Faccini, Christiane Chaumette, Lawrence Arockiasamy, Jochen Bundschuh & Alberto Figoli7.1 Introduction 7.2 Photocatalysis and semiconductors 7.3 TiO2 nanomaterials 7.4 Conclusions and future perspectives
8. Application of nanosized TiO2 in membrane technology Alberto Figoli, Tiziana Marino, Silvia Simone, Marcel Boerrigter, Mirko Faccini, Christiane Chaumette & Enrico Drioli8.1 Introduction 8.2 TiO2 nanoparticles in membranes 8.3 Applications of TiO2 membranes in water treatment 8.4 Conclusions and future perspectives
9. Nanosized metal oxides (NMOs) and polyoxometalates (POMs) for antibacterial water treatmentGiulia Fiorani, Gloria Modugno, Marcella Bonchio & Mauro Carraro9.1 Introduction 9.2 Nanosized metal oxides (NMOs) 9.3 Polyoxometalates (POMs) as antimicrobial agents 9.4 Conclusions
10. Atomic-force microscopy investigations of filtration membranes Daniel Johnson & Nidal Hilal10.1 Introduction 10.2 Atomic-force microscopy 10.3 Imaging nanofiltration membranes: effect of imaging mode and environment 10.4 Investigation of inorganic scaling on PVDF and PTFE distillation membranes 10.5 Adhesion force measurement between humic acid and polymer membranes 10.6 Conclusions and future directions
11. Molecular simulations of water and ion transport through nanoporous membranes Richard Renou, Minxia Ding, Haochen Zhu, Aziz Ghoufi &Anthony Szymczyk11.1 Introduction 11.2 Molecular dynamics simulations 11.3 MD simulations of transport through model nanopores
12. Use of carbon nanotubes in polymer membranes for wastewater purification: An ab initio theoretical studyGiorgio De Luca & Federica Bisignano12.1 Introduction 12.2 Theoretical background and algorithms 12.3 Functionalized carbon nanotubes for waste water treatment 12.4 Conclusion
13. Recovery of bioactive compounds in citrus wastewater by membrane operations Alfredo Cassano, Carmela Conidi & Rene Ruby-Figueroa13.1 Introduction 13.2 Citrus production and composition 13.3 Citrus industry 13.4 Membrane operations in citrus processing 13.5 Concluding remarks and future trends
14. Integration of membrane bioreactors with nanofiltration and reverse osmosis for wastewater reclamation and reuse Nalan Kabay, Samuel Bunani, Taylan OE. Pek, Goekhan Sert, Arash Arianfar, Elmuntaser Eltayeb, Muserref Arda, OEzdemir Egemen & Mithat Yuksel14.1 Introduction 14.2 Importance of wastewater reclamation and reuse 14.3 Membrane bioreactor (MBR) systems 14.4 Application of nanotechnology for membrane treatment of wastewater 14.5 Other recent studies of novel MBR systems 14.6 Conclusions