His research combines Permeation and Membrane. His study brings together the fields of Membrane and Permeation. As part of his studies on Organic chemistry, Bernard P. A. Grandjean frequently links adjacent subjects like Alloy. While working in this field, Bernard P. A. Grandjean studies both Alloy and Diffusion barrier. Diffusion barrier is closely attributed to Layer (electronics) in his study. His Layer (electronics) study frequently links to related topics such as Nitride. He integrates many fields in his works, including Nitride and Hydrogen. In his works, Bernard P. A. Grandjean conducts interdisciplinary research on Hydrogen and Palladium. Palladium and Membrane reactor are two areas of study in which Bernard P. A. Grandjean engages in interdisciplinary research.
His work on Organic chemistry as part of general Solubility research is frequently linked to Inorganic chemistry, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. His study connects Layer (electronics) and Organic chemistry. Bernard P. A. Grandjean performs multidisciplinary study in the fields of Inorganic chemistry and Biochemistry via his papers. His work in Biochemistry is not limited to one particular discipline; it also encompasses Trickle-bed reactor. Palladium, Trickle-bed reactor and Membrane reactor are the subject areas of his Catalysis study. Palladium and Catalysis are two areas of study in which he engages in interdisciplinary work. Permeation and Membrane reactor are inextricably linked to his Membrane research. Permeation is often connected to Membrane in his work. He combines Thermodynamics and Diffusion in his research.
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Catalytic palladium‐based membrane reactors: A review
J. Shu;B. P. A. Grandjean;A. Van Neste;S. Kaliaguine.
Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering (1991)
Methane steam reforming in asymmetric Pd- and Pd-Ag/porous SS membrane reactors
Jun Shu;Bernard P.A. Grandjean;Serge Kaliaguine.
Applied Catalysis A-general (1994)
Simultaneous deposition of Pd and Ag on porous stainless steel by electroless plating
J. Shu;B.P.A. Grandjean;E. Ghali;S. Kaliaguine.
Journal of Membrane Science (1993)
Dynamic modelling of the activated sludge process: Improving prediction using neural networks
Martin Côté;Bernard P.A. Grandjean;Paul Lessard;Jules Thibault.
Water Research (1995)
Pressure drop through structured packings: Breakdown into the contributing mechanisms by CFD modeling
C.F. Petre;F. Larachi;I. Iliuta;B.P.A. Grandjean.
Chemical Engineering Science (2003)
Structurally stable composite PdAg alloy membranes: Introduction of a diffusion barrier
J Shu;A Adnot;B.P.A Grandjean;S Kaliaguine.
Thin Solid Films (1996)
A neural network methodology for heat transfer data analysis
Jules Thibault;Bernard P.A. Grandjean.
International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer (1991)
Asymmetric PdAg/stainless steel catalytic membranes for methane steam reforming
J. Shu;B.P.A. Grandjean;S. Kaliaguine.
Catalysis Today (1995)
Modelling of coagulant dosage in a water treatment plant
Claude Gagnon;Bernard P.A. Grandjean;Jules Thibault.
international conference on engineering applications of neural networks (1997)
Surface segregation of PdAg membranes upon hydrogen permeation
J. Shu;B.E.W. Bongondo;B.P.A. Grandjean;A. Adnot.
Surface Science (1993)
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