His primary areas of investigation include Membrane, Gas separation, Chemical engineering, Flue gas and Polymer chemistry. His work on Membrane is being expanded to include thematically relevant topics such as Porosity. His Gas separation study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Carbon dioxide, Permeation and Sorption.
He interconnects Organic chemistry, Solvent, Thin film, Polysulfone and Carbon monoxide in the investigation of issues within Chemical engineering. His Flue gas research integrates issues from NOx, Greenhouse gas and Natural gas. His work in Solubility addresses subjects such as Inorganic chemistry, which are connected to disciplines such as Aqueous solution.
Geoff W. Stevens mainly focuses on Membrane, Chemical engineering, Inorganic chemistry, Carbon dioxide and Waste management. Membrane connects with themes related to Mass transfer in his study. His studies in Chemical engineering integrate themes in fields like Organic chemistry, Solvent, Sorption, Polymer chemistry and Syngas.
The concepts of his Inorganic chemistry study are interwoven with issues in Potassium carbonate, Metal ions in aqueous solution, Adsorption and Aqueous solution. His Carbon dioxide research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Absorption, Chemical kinetics, Carbon and Bicarbonate. Geoff W. Stevens has included themes like Chromatography and Fouling in his Membrane technology study.
Geoff W. Stevens mostly deals with Membrane, Chemical engineering, Carbon dioxide, Inorganic chemistry and Mass transfer. His Membrane research includes themes of Sorption, Hexafluoropropylene and Polymer. His research integrates issues of Layer, Aqueous solution and Solubility in his study of Chemical engineering.
As a member of one scientific family, Geoff W. Stevens mostly works in the field of Solubility, focusing on Permeability and, on occasion, Gas separation. His Carbon dioxide study contributes to a more complete understanding of Organic chemistry. His research investigates the connection between Flue gas and topics such as Process engineering that intersect with issues in Waste management.
His main research concerns Membrane, Chemical engineering, Solvent, Permeation and Mass transfer. His research in Membrane is mostly focused on Membrane technology. His studies examine the connections between Chemical engineering and genetics, as well as such issues in Inorganic chemistry, with regards to Electrodialysis reversal.
His Solvent study combines topics in areas such as Desorption, Water vapor, Absorption, Gas separation and Carbon dioxide. The various areas that Geoff W. Stevens examines in his Permeation study include Mass transfer coefficient, Thin-film composite membrane, Polymer chemistry and Permeability. His work carried out in the field of Mass transfer brings together such families of science as Concentration polarization, Aqueous solution, Electrodialysis and Diffusion.
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Membrane gas separation applications in natural gas processing
Colin A. Scholes;Geoff W. Stevens;Sandra E. Kentish.
Carbon Dioxide Separation through Polymeric Membrane Systems for Flue Gas Applications
Sandra E. Kentish;Colin A. Scholes;Geoff W. Stevens.
Recent Patents on Chemical Engineering (2008)
CO2 capture from pre-combustion processes—Strategies for membrane gas separation
Colin A. Scholes;Kathryn H. Smith;Sandra E. Kentish;Geoff W. Stevens.
International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control (2010)
Recent advances refining galactooligosaccharide production from lactose
Aaron Gosling;Geoff W. Stevens;Andrew R. Barber;Sandra E. Kentish.
Food Chemistry (2010)
Membrane-based carbon capture from flue gas: a review
Rajab Khalilpour;Kathryn Mumford;Haibo Zhai;Ali Abbas.
Journal of Cleaner Production (2015)
Effects of Minor Components in Carbon Dioxide Capture Using Polymeric Gas Separation Membranes
Colin A. Scholes;Sandra E. Kentish;Geoff W. Stevens.
Separation and Purification Reviews (2009)
Operating temperature effects on the plasticization of polyimide gas separation membranes
Xavier Duthie;Sandra Kentish;Clem Powell;Kazukiyo Nagai;Kazukiyo Nagai.
Journal of Membrane Science (2007)
Purification of aqueous amine solvents used in post combustion CO2 capture: A review
Ludovic Dumée;Colin Scholes;Geoff Stevens;Sandra Kentish.
International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control (2012)
Plant And Process For Removing Carbon Dioxide From Gas Streams
Barry Hooper;Geoff Stevens;Sandra Kentish.
Effects of carbon dioxide-induced plasticization on the gas transport properties of glassy polyimide membranes
Shinji Kanehashi;Tsutomu Nakagawa;Kazukiyo Nagai;Kazukiyo Nagai;Xavier Duthie.
Journal of Membrane Science (2007)
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