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1Lec 1 : Separation Processes, Historical Development, Definition and Types of MembranesDownload
2Lec 2 : Membrane Processes and Classifications, Advantages,Disadvantages, ApplicationsDownload
3Lec 3 : Polymer Basics, Polymers used in Membrane Preparation and their PropertiesDownload
4Lec 4 : Inorganic Materials for Membrane Preparation, their Advantages and DisadvantagesDownload
5Lec 5 : Membrane Modules and Selection, Flow TypesDownload
6Lec 6 : Preparation of Synthetic Membrane, Phase Inversion MembranesDownload
7Lec 7: Composite membranes: Interfacial polymerization, dip-coating, plasma polymerizationDownload
8Lec 8: Inorganic membranes: Sol-Gel process, ceramic membrane preparation, membrane modification Download
9Lec 9: Porous and non-porous membranes, characterization of porous membranes and MF membrane Download
10Lec 10: MF membrane characterization: Bubble point,Mercury intrusion, Permeability methodDownload
11Lec 11:UF membrane characterization: Gas adsorption-desorption, Thermoporometry, MWCO methodDownload
12Lec 12:Passive transport, active transport, description of transport process Download
13Lec 13: Transport through porous membrane and nonporus membraneDownload
14Lec 14: Concept of osmosis and reverse osmosis, thermodynamic analysisDownload
15Lec 15: Revision of concepts and fundamentsDownload
16Lec 16: HP and LP RO, membrane materials, modules, models for RO transportDownload
17Lec 17: Advantages of RO, fouling, RO applications, Pressure retarded osmosisDownload
18Lec 18: Nanofiltration basics, transport mechanism, fouling model and applicationsDownload
19Lec 19: Basic principles of UF, membranes and modules, UF configurationsDownload
20Lec 20: Models for UF transport, mass transfer coefficient, membrane rejection and sieving coefficientDownload
21Lec 21: Factors affecting UF performance, fouling & permeate flux enhancement, UF applications1Download
22Lec 22: Micellar-enhanced UF, affinity UF, UF based bioseparationDownload
23Lec 23: Basic principles, advantages of MF, cross-flow and dead-end MF, membranes and modulesDownload
24Lec 24: Models for MF transport, plugging and throughput, fouling in MF, MF applicationsDownload
25Lec 25:Problems and solutions based on RO & MFDownload
26Lec 26: Problems and solutions based on UFDownload
27Lec 27: Dialysis, membranes and modules, mass transport in dialysis, diffusion analysis, applicationsDownload
28Lec 28: Ion-exchange membranes, ED process, energy requirement, applications, reverse EDDownload
29Lec 29: PV principle, advantages, mass transfer & applications, hybrid distillation/PVDownload
30Lec 30: Problems and solutions based on ED & PVDownload
31Lec 31: Concept, types of LM, mechanism of mass transfer in LM, choice of solvent and carrier, applicationsDownload
32Lec 32: Basic principle of gas separation, transport mechanism, factors affecting gas separation, applicationsDownload
33Lec 33: Basic principle of MD, mechanism, process parameters, membranes, applicationsDownload
34Lec 34: Mechanism, coupled transport, carrier agent, active and passive transport, applicationsDownload
35Lec 35: Gas-liquid and liquid-liquid contactors, membrane reactors and bioreactors, PEM hydrogen fuel cellDownload
36Lec 36: Perstraction, membrane chromatography and controlled drug deliveryDownload

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1Lec 1 : Separation Processes, Historical Development, Definition and Types of MembranesDownload
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2Lec 2 : Membrane Processes and Classifications, Advantages,Disadvantages, ApplicationsDownload
Verified
3Lec 3 : Polymer Basics, Polymers used in Membrane Preparation and their PropertiesDownload
Verified
4Lec 4 : Inorganic Materials for Membrane Preparation, their Advantages and DisadvantagesDownload
Verified
5Lec 5 : Membrane Modules and Selection, Flow TypesDownload
Verified
6Lec 6 : Preparation of Synthetic Membrane, Phase Inversion MembranesDownload
Verified
7Lec 7: Composite membranes: Interfacial polymerization, dip-coating, plasma polymerizationDownload
Verified
8Lec 8: Inorganic membranes: Sol-Gel process, ceramic membrane preparation, membrane modification Download
Verified
9Lec 9: Porous and non-porous membranes, characterization of porous membranes and MF membrane Download
Verified
10Lec 10: MF membrane characterization: Bubble point,Mercury intrusion, Permeability methodDownload
Verified
11Lec 11:UF membrane characterization: Gas adsorption-desorption, Thermoporometry, MWCO methodDownload
Verified
12Lec 12:Passive transport, active transport, description of transport process Download
Verified
13Lec 13: Transport through porous membrane and nonporus membraneDownload
Verified
14Lec 14: Concept of osmosis and reverse osmosis, thermodynamic analysisDownload
Verified
15Lec 15: Revision of concepts and fundamentsDownload
Verified
16Lec 16: HP and LP RO, membrane materials, modules, models for RO transportDownload
Verified
17Lec 17: Advantages of RO, fouling, RO applications, Pressure retarded osmosisDownload
Verified
18Lec 18: Nanofiltration basics, transport mechanism, fouling model and applicationsDownload
Verified
19Lec 19: Basic principles of UF, membranes and modules, UF configurationsDownload
Verified
20Lec 20: Models for UF transport, mass transfer coefficient, membrane rejection and sieving coefficientDownload
Verified
21Lec 21: Factors affecting UF performance, fouling & permeate flux enhancement, UF applications1Download
Verified
22Lec 22: Micellar-enhanced UF, affinity UF, UF based bioseparationDownload
Verified
23Lec 23: Basic principles, advantages of MF, cross-flow and dead-end MF, membranes and modulesDownload
Verified
24Lec 24: Models for MF transport, plugging and throughput, fouling in MF, MF applicationsDownload
Verified
25Lec 25:Problems and solutions based on RO & MFDownload
Verified
26Lec 26: Problems and solutions based on UFDownload
Verified
27Lec 27: Dialysis, membranes and modules, mass transport in dialysis, diffusion analysis, applicationsDownload
Verified
28Lec 28: Ion-exchange membranes, ED process, energy requirement, applications, reverse EDDownload
Verified
29Lec 29: PV principle, advantages, mass transfer & applications, hybrid distillation/PVDownload
Verified
30Lec 30: Problems and solutions based on ED & PVDownload
Verified
31Lec 31: Concept, types of LM, mechanism of mass transfer in LM, choice of solvent and carrier, applicationsDownload
Verified
32Lec 32: Basic principle of gas separation, transport mechanism, factors affecting gas separation, applicationsDownload
Verified
33Lec 33: Basic principle of MD, mechanism, process parameters, membranes, applicationsDownload
Verified
34Lec 34: Mechanism, coupled transport, carrier agent, active and passive transport, applicationsDownload
Verified
35Lec 35: Gas-liquid and liquid-liquid contactors, membrane reactors and bioreactors, PEM hydrogen fuel cellDownload
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36Lec 36: Perstraction, membrane chromatography and controlled drug deliveryDownload
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