His primary areas of study are Membrane technology, Inorganic chemistry, Reverse osmosis, Desalination and Environmental engineering. His Membrane technology research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Concentration polarization, Fouling, Nanofiltration, Ultrafiltration and Chromatography. His study looks at the intersection of Concentration polarization and topics like Permeation with Chemical engineering.
His studies in Inorganic chemistry integrate themes in fields like Oxide, Iron oxide, Adsorption and Aqueous solution. His Desalination study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Energy consumption, Energy conservation, Waste management and Renewable resource. His Environmental engineering research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Seawater desalination, Organic matter, Membrane fouling and Process engineering.
Raphael Semiat spends much of his time researching Desalination, Inorganic chemistry, Adsorption, Reverse osmosis and Environmental engineering. His Desalination research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Wastewater, Waste management, Water treatment and Precipitation. His study explores the link between Inorganic chemistry and topics such as Catalysis that cross with problems in Ethylene glycol.
Raphael Semiat interconnects Oxide, Nanoparticle, Chemical engineering, Hydroxide and Phosphate in the investigation of issues within Adsorption. His Reverse osmosis research incorporates themes from Membrane technology, Chromatography, Permeation and Brine. Raphael Semiat has included themes like Energy consumption, Geothermal desalination and Process engineering in his Environmental engineering study.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Adsorption, Inorganic chemistry, Desalination, Dissolution and Chemical engineering. His work deals with themes such as Nanoparticle, Effluent, Wastewater, Hydroxide and Phosphate, which intersect with Adsorption. The Inorganic chemistry study combines topics in areas such as Ionic bonding, Hexavalent chromium, Chromate conversion coating and Kinetics.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Reverse osmosis, Scientific method, Environmental engineering, Energy consumption and Process engineering. His Environmental engineering study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Reverse osmosis desalination and Geothermal desalination. His work carried out in the field of Chemical engineering brings together such families of science as Fiber, Boron and Sorption.
Raphael Semiat focuses on Desalination, Reverse osmosis, Environmental engineering, Pressure drop and Reverse osmosis plant. Raphael Semiat is interested in Reverse osmosis desalination, which is a branch of Desalination. His research integrates issues of Waste management, Raw water and Technology readiness level in his study of Reverse osmosis.
The various areas that Raphael Semiat examines in his Environmental engineering study include Energy consumption and Geothermal desalination. The concepts of his Pressure drop study are interwoven with issues in Chemical physics, Mineralogy, Supersaturation and Nucleation. With his scientific publications, his incorporates both Reverse osmosis plant and Water sustainability.
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Energy issues in desalination processes.
Environmental Science & Technology (2008)
Hydrodynamic model for gas‐liquid slug flow in vertical tubes
R. C. Fernandes;R. Semiat;A. E. Dukler.
Aiche Journal (1983)
Effect of solvent properties on permeate flow through nanofiltration membranes. Part I: investigation of parameters affecting solvent flux.
Darı́o R. Machado;David Hasson;Raphael Semiat.
Journal of Membrane Science (1999)
Energy and environmental issues in desalination
Sydney Miller;Hilla Shemer;Raphael Semiat.
Simple technique for measuring the concentration polarization level in a reverse osmosis system
Iris Sutzkover;David Hasson;Raphael Semiat.
Utilization of the Donnan effect for improving electrolyte separation with nanofiltration membranes
R Levenstein;D Hasson;R Semiat.
Journal of Membrane Science (1996)
Bacterial community composition and structure of biofilms developing on nanofiltration membranes applied to wastewater treatment.
Hanan Ivnitsky;Ilan Katz;Dror Minz;Galit Volvovic.
Water Research (2007)
Humic substances fouling in ultrafiltration processes
Iris Sutzkover-Gutman;David Hasson;Raphael Semiat.
Effect of solvent properties on permeate flow through nanofiltration membranes: Part II. Transport model
Darı́o R. Machado;David Hasson;Raphael Semiat.
Journal of Membrane Science (2000)
Adsorption of sulfur dioxide by active carbon treated by nitric acid: I. Effect of the treatment on adsorption of SO2 and extractability of the acid formed
A. Lisovskii;R. Semiat;C. Aharoni.
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