Crystallisation and membrane separation processes
Crystallisation is a unit operation in thermal process engineering, and is mainly used for separation and cleaning but also for shaping substances.
Compared to filtration, membrane separation processes remove much smaller substances, such as viruses and dissolved ions, from the water. The driving forces of the separation process are differences in concentration or pressure between the two sides of the membrane.
Investigation of crystal growth in a fluidised bed.
Membrane separation process for obtaining solvent from a salt solution.