• Medicine
  • Published 2012

Understanding flow-induced particle migration for improved microfiltration

@inproceedings{Dinther2012UnderstandingFP,
  title={Understanding flow-induced particle migration for improved microfiltration},
  author={A.M.C. van Dinther},
  year={2012}
}
Membrane microfiltration processes are used in for example the food, biotechnology, chemical and pharmaceutical industry, and more generally in e.g. wastewater treatment. Microfiltration is mostly used to separate components that are greatly different in size, e.g. micro-organisms from water, but rarely to fractionate components that are of similar size. This latter option would be interesting for many applications, since it would lead to enriched starting materials and possibly new products… CONTINUE READING

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