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No. Article
1 Selective separation of CH4 and CO2 using membrane contactors
Hidalgo D, Sanz-Bedate S, Martin-Marroquin JM, Castro J, Antolin G
Renewable Energy, 150, 935, 2020
2 Evaluation of a dense skin hollow fiber gas-liquid membrane contactor for high pressure removal of CO2 from syngas using Selexol as the absorbent
Belaissaoui B, Favre E
Chemical Engineering Science, 184, 186, 2018
3 Carbon capture and utilisation technologies applied to energy conversion systems and other energy-intensive industrial applications
Cormos AM, Dinca C, Petrescu L, Chisalita DA, Szima S, Cormos CC
Fuel, 211, 883, 2018
4 Novel dense skin hollow fiber membrane contactor based process for CO2 removal from raw biogas using water as absorbent
Belaissaoui B, Favre E
Separation and Purification Technology, 193, 112, 2018
5 Reducing the carbon footprint of cement industry by post-combustion CO2 capture: Techno-economic and environmental assessment of a CCS project in Romania
Cormos AM, Cormos CC
Chemical Engineering Research & Design, 123, 230, 2017
6 Experimental and numerical analysis of buoyancy-induced instability during CO2 absorption in NaHCO3-Na2CO3 aqueous solutions
Wylock C, Rednikov A, Colinet P, Haut B
Chemical Engineering Science, 157, 232, 2017
7 A Mathematical Modeling Study for the Flue Gas Removal of SO2 and NOx Using High Energy Electron Beams
Gogulancea V, Lavric V
Plasma Chemistry and Plasma Processing, 35(1), 259, 2015
8 To What Extent Does Temperature Affect Absorption in Gas-Liquid Hollow Fiber Membrane Contactors?
Boucif N, Roizard D, Corriou JP, Favre E
Separation Science and Technology, 50(9), 1331, 2015
9 The Influence of Interfacial Areas for Gas Absorption in the Presence of Solid Particles
Ablasser C, Hofmann S, Hinrichsen O
Chemical Engineering & Technology, 37(9), 1468, 2014
10 Intensification of G/L absorption in microstructured falling film. Application to the treatment of chlorinated VOC's - part II: Modeling and geometric optimization
Monnier H, Falk L
Chemical Engineering Science, 66(12), 2475, 2011