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The technical viability of membrane based CO2 capture process have been investigated by using a three stage membrane process to meet natural gas pipeline requirement (2% CO2) and confine the methane loss in permeate below 2%.
Whey permeate has a naturally salty flavour but ease of handling issues have until now prevented its widespread adoption by food processors.
As feed gas passes along the length of the membrane module, a portion of feed gas as permeate penetrates into the membrane envelopes with low pressure.
The microbiological purity of permeate is complex and dependent upon many factors, not least of which is the method and the frequency of the disinfection process
With its high fluidity, Permeate penetrates through micro-pores on metal coatings created during the coating process and protects it from exposure to water, acid, salt and other harmful chemicals.
Previous research identified the process parameters that increase the permeate flux during microfiltration, but further research is necessary to identify technical solutions that can increase the flux to economically attractive levels.
Readers witness the restlessness, humiliation, anger, and peril that permeate every moment of Karim's life.
Scents permeate the air, as fragrances of all sorts are being added to an increasing number of products.
2]) is fed to the retentate chamber and a nitrogen carrier stream is fed to the permeate chamber.
Together, they highlight the intensity with which religion has come to permeate modern American politics -- and the increasing ease with which lawmakers use religious rhetoric to energize their constituents and score election points.
Our established and well-attended Center for the Arts celebrates the best aspects of community interaction, creativity and art--a philosophy that we believe will permeate throughout the entire development and surrounding area.
However, the location of the Generacion in the University of Puerto Rico ensured that their scholarship constituted the canon in Puerto Rican studies until the 1970s; moreover, many of their postulates still permeate current works.
Added Miller, "Catholicism should permeate not just the class period of catechism or religious education, or the school's pastoral activities, but the entire curriculum.
Mouth-watering descriptions of food, people and local color permeate a warm, witty account of some sixteen tales--each of which ends with a local recipe and wine tips.