His main research concerns Waste management, Membrane technology, Environmental engineering, Reverse osmosis and Effluent. His study in the fields of Sewage treatment and Membrane bioreactor under the domain of Waste management overlaps with other disciplines such as Key factors. As part of his studies on Membrane technology, Philippe Moulin often connects relevant areas like Microfiltration.
His Environmental engineering study combines topics in areas such as Chemical cleaning, Waste disposal, Unit operation and Ultrafiltration. He interconnects Desalination, Geothermal desalination, Reverse osmosis plant and Emerging technologies in the investigation of issues within Waste disposal. In his articles, Philippe Moulin combines various disciplines, including Reverse osmosis and Brackish water.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Chromatography, Membrane technology, Chemical engineering, Control theory and Waste management. His study on Chromatography also encompasses disciplines like
His Reverse osmosis research includes themes of Desalination, Waste disposal and Precipitation. He focuses mostly in the field of Chemical engineering, narrowing it down to topics relating to Microfiltration and, in certain cases, Ultrafiltration. Specifically, his work in Waste management is concerned with the study of Effluent.
Philippe Moulin mostly deals with Energy consumption, Mathematical optimization, Chemical engineering, Automotive engineering and Environmental engineering. His Chemical engineering research incorporates themes from Reverse osmosis, Polysulfone, Permeability, Polyamide and Composite number. In his research on the topic of Polysulfone, Industrial wastewater treatment is strongly related with Chromatography.
His study in the field of Vehicle dynamics is also linked to topics like Dangerous driving, Energy management and Electric vehicle. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Membrane technology, Waste management and Ultrafiltration. His Membrane technology study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Chemical cleaning, Unit operation and Membrane flux.
Energy consumption, Optimal control, Optimization problem, Mathematical optimization and Real-time computing are his primary areas of study. Energy consumption is connected with Simulation, Dynamic programming and Feasible region in his research. His research integrates issues of Automotive engineering and Minification in his study of Optimal control.
His studies in Optimization problem integrate themes in fields like Multi-objective optimization, Reduction and Maximization. His studies deal with areas such as Nonlinear programming and Robustness as well as Mathematical optimization. Philippe Moulin has included themes like Discretization and Traffic optimization in his Real-time computing study.
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Reverse osmosis desalination: Water sources, technology, and today's challenges
Lauren F. Greenlee;Desmond F. Lawler;Benny D. Freeman;Benoit Marrot.
Water Research (2009)
Landfill leachate treatment: Review and opportunity
S. Renou;J.G. Givaudan;S. Poulain;F. Dirassouyan.
Journal of Hazardous Materials (2008)
Treatment and reuse of reactive dyeing effluents
C. Allègre;P. Moulin;M. Maisseu;F. Charbit.
Journal of Membrane Science (2006)
REMOVAL OF FLUORIDE FROM ELECTRONIC INDUSTRIAL EFFLUENT BY RO MEMBRANE SEPARATION
P.I. Ndiaye;P. Moulin;L. Dominguez;J.C. Millet.
Guidelines and legislation for dye house effluents.
C. Hessel;C. Allegre;M. Maisseu;F. Charbit.
Journal of Environmental Management (2007)
Computational fluid dynamics applied to membranes: State of the art and opportunities
R. Ghidossi;D. Veyret;P. Moulin.
Chemical Engineering and Processing (2006)
Biodegradation of high phenol concentration by activated sludge in an immersed membrane bioreactor
B. Marrot;A. Barrios-Martinez;Philippe Moulin;N. Roche.
Biochemical Engineering Journal (2006)
Zeta potential measurement of calcium carbonate
P. Moulin;H. Roques.
joint international conference on information sciences (2003)
Chemical cleaning/disinfection and ageing of organic UF membranes: a review
C. Regula;Emilie Carretier;Yvan Wyart;Geneviève Gésan-Guiziou.
Water Research (2014)
Low-pressure membrane integrity tests for drinking water treatment: A review
H. Guo;Yvan Wyart;J. Perot;F. Nauleau.
Water Research (2010)
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