Novel design for high pressure, integral, differential, absolute, and relative multicomponent permeability measurements (Journal article)

Steriotis, T.A.Katsaros, F.K.Mitropoulos, A.Ch.Stubos, A.K.Galiatsatou, P.Zouridakis, N.Kanellopoulos, N.K.


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A high pressure apparatus of novel design, used for the performance evaluation of ceramic and polymeric membranes, is presented. The apparatus can test the performance of several membranes simultaneously and provide significant time saving by reducing the time required for the equilibration and mixing of gases. The apparatus is capable of providing measurements of single and multicomponent permeability for pressures up to 70 bar, under integral or differential modes of operation. © 1996 American Institute of Physics.
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Keywords: High pressure;Measurements
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/7312
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Item type: journalArticle
General Description / Additional Comments: Volume 67, Issue 7, pp. 2545-2548
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Natl. Center for Scientific Research, Demokritos, Institute of Physical Chemistry, 15310 Aghia Paraskevi Attikis, Greece
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Publication date: 1996
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Abstract: A high pressure apparatus of novel design, used for the performance evaluation of ceramic and polymeric membranes, is presented. The apparatus can test the performance of several membranes simultaneously and provide significant time saving by reducing the time required for the equilibration and mixing of gases. The apparatus is capable of providing measurements of single and multicomponent permeability for pressures up to 70 bar, under integral or differential modes of operation. © 1996 American Institute of Physics.
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Journal name: Review of Scientific Instruments
Journal type: peer-reviewed
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