AROMATIC POLYAMIDE MEMBRANES FOR ORGANOPHILIC PERVAPORATION

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Pervaporation (PV) has recently gained much attention as an alternative separation process for azeotropic, close-boiling and thermally unstable mixtures. Moreover, PV is an energy-saving and easy scale-up process. Nowadays research in pervaporation is focused on finding new membrane materials with higher transport characteristic. Membranes based on polyamides are promising due to their high mechanical, thermal and chemical stability with appropriate separating properties. The aim of the present work is an investigation of physico-chemical and transport characteristics of aromatic polyamide (PA) and complex polymer-metal PA-Cu(I) in the process of fuel desulphurization by pervaporation. Thiophene along with other sulfur-containing compounds causes environmental pollution due to sulfur dioxide emissions from fuel combustion. Thus, the reduction of sulfur level in fuels is a relevant problem in the petrochemical industry. In this paper, n-heptane was chosen to simulate gasoline, with thiophene as the representative sulfur impurity.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationIon transport in organic and inorganic membranes-2019
Subtitle of host publicationConference Proceedings
Pages262-264
Publication statusPublished - 13 May 2019
EventIon transport in organic and inorganic membranes - Сочи
Duration: 20 May 201925 May 2019

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ConferenceIon transport in organic and inorganic membranes
Period20/05/1925/05/19

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Pervaporation
Polyamides
Membranes
Sulfur
Thiophene
Mechanical stability
Chemical stability
Sulfur dioxide
Heptane
Petrochemicals
Boiling liquids
Gasoline
Energy conservation
Pollution
Thermodynamic stability
Impurities
Polymers
Metals
Industry

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Nesterova, V., Pulyalina, A., & Polotskaya, G. (2019). AROMATIC POLYAMIDE MEMBRANES FOR ORGANOPHILIC PERVAPORATION. In Ion transport in organic and inorganic membranes-2019: Conference Proceedings (pp. 262-264)
Nesterova, Vera ; Pulyalina, Alexandra ; Polotskaya, Galina . / AROMATIC POLYAMIDE MEMBRANES FOR ORGANOPHILIC PERVAPORATION. Ion transport in organic and inorganic membranes-2019: Conference Proceedings. 2019. pp. 262-264
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Nesterova V, Pulyalina A, Polotskaya G. AROMATIC POLYAMIDE MEMBRANES FOR ORGANOPHILIC PERVAPORATION. In Ion transport in organic and inorganic membranes-2019: Conference Proceedings. 2019. p. 262-264