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Catalytic membrane program. Quarterly report for the period August 1999--October 1999

By Paul K.T. Liu

Abstract

For both power generation and pipeline-quality gas applications, the projected performance of the membrane currently under development is economically attractive. Aspects of membrane development include hollow fiber substrate production, reproducibility of membrane synthesis, chemical vapor deposition as a post treatment technique, and testing of membrane thermal and hydrothermal stability

Topics: Power Generation, Membranes, Fibers, Synthesis, 36 Materials Science, Chemical Vapor Deposition, Production, Stability, Testing, 09 Biomass Fuels, Performance, Substrates
Publisher: Media and Process Technology, Inc., Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (United States)
Year: 1999
DOI identifier: 10.2172/761032
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Provided by: UNT Digital Library
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