Novel Materials in Heterogeneous Catalysis
Glass wool: a novel support for heterogeneous catalysis - Chemical Science (RSC Publishing)
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When the reaction happens at low reactant pressure, some catalytic sites get deactivated due to the coordination of oligomers. Our research includes preparation, characterisation and testing of membranes from laboratory scale to a large area, engineering the porosity and pore structure by chemical functionalisation and developing surface modification strategy for fabricating antifouling and catalytic membranes.
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Currently, our efforts are mainly focusing on developing novel membranes for applications such as low temperature fuel cells hydrogen, direct methanol, formic acid and microbial , gas separation, pervaporation, desalination, membrane-assisted catalytic reactions, barrier coating, organic solvent nanofiltration, membranes for health care technology and bio pharmaceutical purification. We develop sustainable separation and catalytic processes for both the fine chemical and the petrochemical sectors in collaboration with the industrial sector.
We also explore the issues around crossover in fuel cells and electrolysers as they are one of the most significant barriers to commercialisation.
Our research focuses on the use of 2D materials to prevent the passage of all species except protons through the membranes. This enhances performance, increases efficiency and enhances safe operation as hydrogen and oxygen must be kept separate.
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Our research here focuses on understanding the physics of multiphase flow and transport phenomena in porous media-of considerable interest for a number of industrial and environmental processes, including enhanced oil recovery, CO 2 sequestration, disposal of hazardous wastes, water evaporation and infiltration in soil, drying of powders, and salt intrusion in coastal areas.
Our interests are mainly focused on the analytical analysis, simulation, measurement and interpretation of various aspects of flow and transport in porous media such as heat and mass transfer, dynamics of miscible and immiscible multiphase flow and interfacial processes in porous media and wetting phenomena. We combine the results of our experiments obtained by cutting-edge technologies such as X-ray tomography, neutron radiography, and acoustic emission technique with physically-based models to provide better physical understanding of the processes involved in multiphase flow and transport in porous media.