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Affinity-Based Hydrocyclone Filter for Oil-Water Separation and Oil Spill Cleanup
Grant Number R835183
RFA: Environmental Impact and Mitigation of Oil Spills (2011)
Journal Article (5)
Reference Type Citation Progress Report Year Document Sources
Journal Article Ji P, Motin A, Shan W, Benard A, Bruening ML, Tarabara VV. Dynamic crossflow filtration with a rotating tubular membrane: using centripetal force to decrease fouling by buoyant particles. Chemical Engineering Research and Design 2016;106:101-114. R835183 (2013)
R835183 (Final)
Journal Article Motin A, Tarabara VV, Benard A. Numerical investigation of the performance and hydrodynamics of a rotating tubular membrane used for liquid–liquid separation. Journal of Membrane Science 2015;473:245-255. R835183 (2013)
R835183 (Final)
Journal Article Motin M, Tarabara VV, Petty CA, Benard A. Hydrodynamics within flooded hydrocyclones during excursion in the feed rate: understanding of turndown ratio. Separation and Purification Technology 2017;185:41-53. R835183 (Final)
Journal Article Yang Z, Tarabara VV, Bruening ML. Adsorption of anionic or cationic surfactants in polyanionic brushes and its effect on brush swelling and fouling resistance during emulsion filtration. Langmuir 2015;31(43):11790-11799. R835183 (Final)
Journal Article Yang Z, Zhang S, Tarabara VV, Bruening ML. Aqueous swelling of zwitterionic poly(sulfobetaine methacrylate) brushes in the presence of ionic surfactants. Macromolecules 2018;51(3):1161-1171. R835183 (Final)