Mathematical Modeling of Natural Gas Separation Using Hollow Fiber Membrane Modules by Application of Finite Element Method through Statistical Analysis

Dehkordi, Javad Aminian; Hosseini, Seyed Saeid; Kundu, Prodip K.; Tan, Nicolas R.
March 2016
Chemical Product & Process Modeling;Mar2016, Vol. 11 Issue 1, p11
Academic Journal
No abstract available.


Related Articles

  • Mathematical Modeling of the Radial Crossflow Hollow Fiber Membrane Module for Multi-Component Gas Separation. Lock, S. S. M.; Lau, K. K.; Shariff, A. M. // Applied Mechanics & Materials;2014, Issue 625, p726 

    A "Multi-component Progressive Cell Balance" approach has been applied to characterize the gas separation of the radial crossflow hollow fiber membrane module. The mathematical model is an indispensable tool to evaluate the separation performance of membrane material towards different...

  • Integrated membrane/PSA systems for hydrogen recovery from gas mixtures. Amosova, O. L.; Malykh, O. V.; Teplyakov, V. V. // Desalination & Water Treatment;Feb2010, Vol. 14 Issue 1-3, p119 

    This paper is focused on the recovery of hydrogen from multicomponent gas mixtures by integrated membrane/PSA system. The paper presents the following results: computational estimation of the five-component mixture (H2/CO/CO2/N2/H2S) separation by means of membrane modules; estimation of the...

  • Mathematical and Technical Model Biogas Plant with a Membrane Separator. Umarova, Zhanat; Eskendirov, Sharipzhan // International Proceedings of Computer Science & Information Tech;2012, Vol. 34, p120 

    The given mathematical model describes biogas plant with a membrane separator. There is separation of multicomponent gas flow in modules of hollow fiber membranes in co-flow and counter flow. The solution of the system, modeled by us, can be made with the help of Runge-Kutta method, traced to...

  • Membrane module design and dynamic shear-induced techniques to enhance liquid separation by hollow fiber modules: a review. Xing Yang; Rong Wang; Fane, Anthony G.; Chuyang Y. Tang; Wenten, I. G. // Desalination & Water Treatment;Apr2013, Vol. 51 Issue 16-18, p3604 

    Membrane-based separation processes have found numerous applications in various industries over the past decades. However, higher energy consumption, lower productivity, and shorter membrane lifespan due to polarization and membrane fouling continue to present severe technical challenges to...

  • Gas Separation Hollow Fiber Membranes: Processing Conditions for Manipulating Morphology and Performance. Bernardo, Paola; Tasselli, Franco; Clarizia, Gabriele // CET Journal - Chemical Engineering Transactions;2019, Vol. 74, p775 

    Currently, membrane unit operations are widely applied at industrial level, replacing conventional separation systems. Membrane gas separation represents a successful case, with an increasing number of installed plants in chemical processes, petrochemical plants and refineries for the production...

  • Modeling of CO2 capture by amine solution (MDEA) in hollow fiber membranes. Gilassi, Sina; Man, Zakaria; Maulud, Abdulhalim Shah; Idris, Alamin // Applied Mechanics & Materials;2014, Issue 625, p537 

    The absorption of carbon dioxide is investigated in a hollow fiber membrane contactor, a two dimensional model is suggested to predict the CO2 removal efficiency. The continuity equation consisting of convection and diffusion terms is applied in both shell and tube sides, and only diffusion is...

  • Gas separator.  // Design News;7/6/92, Vol. 48 Issue 13, p51 

    The article presents information on a gas separator module developed by Valcor Engineering Corp. The module uses a bank of hollow fiber membranes in place of the moving parts. The system is good for aircraft fire and explosion suppression, environmental control and moisture removal. When the...

  • Improvements of a hollow fiber reverse osmosis desalination model: Analysis of numerical results. Marcovecchio, Marian G.; Scenna, Nicolás J.; Aguirre, Pío A. // Chemical Engineering Research & Design: Transactions of the Inst;Jul2010, Vol. 88 Issue 7, p789 

    In this work, a rigorous model describing the processes taking place in hollow fiber modules for reverse osmosis desalination is analyzed. The Kimura-Sourirajan model is used for describing transport phenomena through the membrane. The concentration polarization phenomenon is mathematically...

  • Nitrogen on demand. Spear, Mike // Process Engineering;Jun2005, Vol. 86 Issue 6, p13 

    Reports that Parker Hannifin Corp. division Parker Gas Separation has manufactured advanced hollow-fiber membrane modules at its Etten-Leur plant in the Netherlands to separate nitrogen and oxygen from the air. Function of the hollow fibers of the membrane; Critical parameters of the production...

  • High purification of gases by the hybrid gas hydrate-membrane method. Vorotyntsev, V.; Malyshev, V.; Vorotyntsev, I. // Petroleum Chemistry;Dec2014, Vol. 54 Issue 7, p491 

    A combination of membrane separation with gas hydrate crystallization has been proposed for enhancing the efficiency of separation and purification of gass. A mathematical model of a hybrid gas hydrate-membrane method has been derived. The results of calculation of the degree of separation by...


Read the Article


Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics