Publication detail

Low Cost Membrane Contactors Based on Hollow Fibres

RAUDENSKÝ, M. VESELÝ, T. DOHNAL, M.

Original Title

Low Cost Membrane Contactors Based on Hollow Fibres

English Title

Low Cost Membrane Contactors Based on Hollow Fibres

Type

journal article in Web of Science

Language

en

Original Abstract

Membrane contactors are used to solve different chemical engineering tasks (e.g. water saturation with gases). Such elements are traditionally used for bubble less oxidation of blood. However, their industrial applications are rather limited by their high investment costs. This is probably the main reason why membrane contactors are not used so widely, e.g. classical absorbers, etc. If potted bundles of hollow fibres are available, then it is a relatively simple task to design an ad hoc membrane contactor. However, it must be emphasised that to achieve the highest mass transfer efficiency requires a rather time-consuming tuning of each ad hoc designed contactor. To check the differences by water evaporation were aligned two modes, the water inside the hollow fibre membrane and fan air outside, next with the water outsides and flowing pressure air inside the membrane.

English abstract

Membrane contactors are used to solve different chemical engineering tasks (e.g. water saturation with gases). Such elements are traditionally used for bubble less oxidation of blood. However, their industrial applications are rather limited by their high investment costs. This is probably the main reason why membrane contactors are not used so widely, e.g. classical absorbers, etc. If potted bundles of hollow fibres are available, then it is a relatively simple task to design an ad hoc membrane contactor. However, it must be emphasised that to achieve the highest mass transfer efficiency requires a rather time-consuming tuning of each ad hoc designed contactor. To check the differences by water evaporation were aligned two modes, the water inside the hollow fibre membrane and fan air outside, next with the water outsides and flowing pressure air inside the membrane.

Keywords

membrane contactors, hollow fibres

RIV year

2012

Released

16.04.2012

Publisher

EDP SCIENCES

Location

Francie

Pages from

01009-p.1

Pages to

01009-p.10

Pages count

10

URL

BibTex


@article{BUT93204,
  author="Miroslav {Raudenský} and Tomáš {Veselý} and Mirko {Dohnal}",
  title="Low Cost Membrane Contactors Based on Hollow Fibres",
  annote="Membrane contactors are used to solve different chemical engineering tasks (e.g. water saturation with gases). Such elements are traditionally used for bubble less oxidation of blood. However, their industrial applications are rather limited by their high investment costs. This is probably the main reason why membrane contactors are not used so widely, e.g. classical absorbers, etc. If potted bundles of hollow fibres are available, then it is a relatively simple task to design an ad hoc membrane contactor. However, it must be emphasised that to achieve the highest mass transfer efficiency requires a rather time-consuming tuning of each ad hoc designed contactor. To check the differences by water evaporation were aligned two modes, the water inside the hollow fibre membrane and fan air outside, next with the water outsides and flowing pressure air inside the membrane.",
  address="EDP SCIENCES",
  chapter="93204",
  doi="10.1051/epjconf/20122501009",
  institution="EDP SCIENCES",
  number="4",
  volume="25",
  year="2012",
  month="april",
  pages="01009-p.1--01009-p.10",
  publisher="EDP SCIENCES",
  type="journal article in Web of Science"
}