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Membrane processes


  • Membrane process

As per available reports about 42 relevant journals, 72 Conferences, 631workshops are presently dedicated exclusively to Membrane process and about 1525 articles are being published on Membrane process

Membrane processes cover a group of separation processes in which the characteristics of a membrane (porosity, selectivity, electric charge) are used to separate the components of a solution or a suspension. In these processes the feed stream is separated into two: the fraction that permeates through the membrane, called the permeate, and the fraction containing the components that have not been transported through the membrane, usually called the retentive The size of the components to be separated and the nature and magnitude of the driving force provide criteria for a classification of the membrane separation processes, as shown in the table. . International conference and expo on separation techniques consist of the following tracks Advances in Sample Preparation Techniques, Membrane Processes, High-Impact Application Fields, High Performance Liquid Chromatography, Advances in Chromatography

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 Scope and Importance:

Membrane processes cover a group of separation processes in which the characteristics of a membrane (porosity, selectivity, electric charge) are used to separate the components of a solution or a suspension. In these processes the feed stream is separated into two: the fraction that permeates through the membrane, called the permeate, and the fraction containing the components that have not been transported through the membrane, usually called the retentate The size of the components to be separated and the nature and magnitude of the driving force provide criteria for a classification of the membrane separation processes, as shown in the table. It should be noted that the boundaries between some of the processes, such as reverse osmosis and ultrafiltration, are arbitrary. Types of Membrane Processes • Ultrafiltration • Microfiltration • Reverse Osmosis • Dead-end Filtration • Cross-flow Filtration • Hybrid-flow Filtration • Submerged Filtration Applications Membrane separation processes operate without heating and therefore use less energy than conventional thermal separation processes such as distillation, sublimation or crystallization. The separation process is purely physical and both fractions can be used. Cold separation using membrane technology is widely used in the food technology, biotechnology and pharmaceutical industries.

In waste water treatment, membrane technology is becoming increasingly important. With the help of UF and MF (Ultra/Microfiltration) it is possible to remove particles, colloids and macromolecules, so that waste-water can be disinfected in this way. This is needed if waste-water is discharged into sensitive waters especially those designated for contact water-sports and recreation. About half of the market is in medical applications such as use in artificial kidneys to remove toxic substances by hemodialysis and as artificial lung for bubble-free supply of oxygen in the blood. The importance of membrane technology is growing in the field of environmental protection (NanoMemPro IPPC Database). Even in modern energy recovery techniques membranes are increasingly used, for example in fuel cells and in osmotic power plants.

Market Analysis:

The global cell isolation market is expected to reach $5.1 billion by 2019 from $2.5 billion in 2014, growing at a CAGR of 15.8% from 2014 to 2019.The report segments this market on the basis of product, cell type, technique, application, and end user. Among various techniques, the centrifugation-based cell isolation technique is expected to account for the largest share in 2014, while surface marker-based cell isolation technique is expected to account for the fastest-growing segment in the cell isolation market, owing to technological advancement due to which new products are being launched in the market.

International symposium and workshops

20th International Symposium on Separation Sciences

13th International Symposium on Hyphenated Techniques in Chromatography and Separation Technology

3rd International Symposium on Hyphenated Techniques for Sample Preparation

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 Relevant Society and Associations

  • American Chemical society
  • Society of Analytical Psychology
  • Analytical chemistry
  • American Oil Chemists’ Society
  • Biochemical Society
  • Separation Science and Chemical Analysis
  • Association of Separation Scientists and Technologists
  • Royal Australian Chemical Institute
  • Indian Chemical Society
  • National Science Foundation (NSF) under the Center for Sustainable Polymers
  • University of Waterloo-Institute for polymer research
  • University of California-Berkeley, Medical Polymer Group -Novel Research in Orthopaedic and Biomaterials
  • The American Chemical Society Green Chemistry Institute (ACS GCI)
  • The Society of Synthetic Organic Chemistry, Japan
  • European Association for Chemical and Molecular Sciences

Companies

  • Supelco / Sigma-Aldrich
  • Thermo Fisher Scientific
  • UCT
  • Waters
  • Wyatt Technology
  • AB SCIEX
  • Restek
  • PerkinElmer
  • Leco
  • Horizon Technology

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