His main research concerns Membrane bioreactor, Bioreactor, Chromatography, Fouling and Membrane reactor. His Membrane bioreactor study deals with Membrane technology intersecting with Homogeneous catalysis, Nanofiltration, Inorganic chemistry, Hydroformylation and Syngas. The concepts of his Bioreactor study are interwoven with issues in Wastewater, Mixed liquor suspended solids, Activated sludge, Denitrification and Pulp and paper industry.
His Chromatography study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Dispersion, Flocculation, Chemical engineering, Thermodynamics and Particle-size distribution. His work on Membrane fouling and Fouling mitigation as part of general Fouling study is frequently linked to Extracellular polymeric substance, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science. His Membrane reactor study frequently involves adjacent topics like Environmental engineering.
Mechanics, Chromatography, Chemical engineering, Bioreactor and Membrane reactor are his primary areas of study. While the research belongs to areas of Mechanics, Matthias Kraume spends his time largely on the problem of Drop, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Breakage and Liquid liquid. His studies deal with areas such as Fouling and Filtration as well as Chromatography.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Activated sludge, Pulp and paper industry and Biochemical engineering. Matthias Kraume interconnects Membrane technology and Process engineering in the investigation of issues within Membrane reactor. His Membrane bioreactor study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Enhanced biological phosphorus removal and Membrane fouling.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Mechanics, Chemical engineering, Computational fluid dynamics, Biogas and Pickering emulsion. In Mechanics, Matthias Kraume works on issues like Viscoelasticity, which are connected to Flow. His study on Chemical engineering also encompasses disciplines like
Matthias Kraume has researched Biogas in several fields, including Ultrafiltration and Pulp and paper industry. The Heat transfer study combines topics in areas such as Thermal, Work and Bioreactor. His study explores the link between Reverse osmosis and topics such as Digestate that cross with problems in Fouling.
Matthias Kraume mainly investigates Computational fluid dynamics, Process engineering, Mechanics, Rheology and Chemical engineering. His Computational fluid dynamics research incorporates elements of Atmospheric temperature range, Kinetics and Transport phenomena. His research integrates issues of Impeller, SCALE-UP and Bioreactor in his study of Process engineering.
His Bioreactor research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Biomedical engineering, Biopharmaceutical, Mammalian cell and Biochemical engineering. His Mechanics research includes themes of Fixed bed and Complex system. His Chemical engineering research includes elements of Catalysis and High selectivity.
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Recent advances in membrane bioreactors (MBRs): membrane fouling and membrane material.
Fangang Meng;Fangang Meng;So-Ryong Chae;Anja Drews;Matthias Kraume.
Water Research (2009)
Performance of a bioreactor with submerged membranes for aerobic treatment of municipal waste water.
S. Rosenberger;U. Krüger;R. Witzig;W. Manz.
Water Research (2002)
Filterability of activated sludge in membrane bioreactors
Sandra Rosenberger;Matthias Kraume.
DEM-CFD simulations of fixed bed reactors with small tube to particle diameter ratios
T. Eppinger;K. Seidler;M. Kraume.
Chemical Engineering Journal (2011)
Transportvorgänge in der Verfahrenstechnik
Impact of ambient conditions on SMP elimination and rejection in MBRs.
Anja Drews;Jan Mante;Vera Iversen;Martin Vocks.
Water Research (2007)
Microbiological aspects of a bioreactor with submerged membranes for aerobic treatment of municipal wastewater
R Witzig;W Manz;S Rosenberger;U Krüger.
Water Research (2002)
Correlating TMP Increases with Microbial Characteristics in the Bio-Cake on the Membrane Surface in a Membrane Bioreactor
Byung Kook Hwang;Woo Nyoung Lee;Kyung Min Yeon;Pyung Kyu Park.
Environmental Science & Technology (2008)
Membrane Bioreactors in Waste Water Treatment – Status and Trends
Matthias Kraume;Anja Drews.
Chemical Engineering & Technology (2010)
Biomass effects on oxygen transfer in membrane bioreactors.
Eve Germain;F. Nelles;A. Drews;P. Pearce.
Water Research (2007)
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