Modeling of membrane based processes

  1. S. Mondal, C. Conidi, A. Cassano, S. De, “Modeling of gel layer transport during ultrafiltration of fruit juice with non-Newtonian fluid rheology” Food & Bioproducts Processing, 100 (2016) 72-84.
  2. M. A. A. Mamun, R. Chatterjee, S. Bhattacharjee, S. De, “Colloidal fouling of nanofiltration membranes: A novel transient electrokinetic model and experimental study”, Chemical Engineering Science, 138 (2015) 153-163.
  3. S. Mondal, S. Karmakar , S. De, “Modeling of cross flow microfiltration of dye loaded activated carbon in a ceramic tubular membrane module”, The Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering, 93 (2015) 2005-2014.
  4. S. Mondal, A. Cassano, F. Tasseli, S. De, “Modeling of turbulent cross flow microfiltration of pomegranate juice using hollow fiber membranes”, AIChE Journal, 60 (2014) 4279-4291.
  5. S. Mondal, A. Cassano and S. De, “Modeling of gel layer controlled fruit juice microfiltration in a radial cross flow cell”, Food and Bioprocess Technology, 7 (2014) 355-370.
  6. S. Mondal, Chhaya, S. De, “Identification of fouling mechanism during ultrafiltration of stevia extract”, Food and Bioprocess Technology, 6, (2013) 931-940.
  7. S. Banerjee, S. Mondal and S. De, “Gel controlling dead-end membrane filtration: Theory revisited", Separation & Purification Technology, 99 (2012) 77-85.
  8. S. Mondal, H. Ouni, M. Dhahbi and S. De, “Modeling for dye removal using polyelectrolyte enhanced ultrafiltration”, Journal Hazardous Materials, 229-230 (2012) 381-389.
  9. V. Khetan, A. Srivastava, S. De, “Gas sparged gel layer controlled cross flow ultrafiltration: A model for stratified flow regime and its validity”, Membrane Water Treatment: An International Journal, 3 (3) (2012) 151-168.
  10. S. Mondal, Chhaya, S. De, “Modeling of cross flow ultrafiltration of Stevia extract in a rectangular cell”, Journal of Food Engineering, 112 (2012) 326-337.
  11. S. Mondal, Chhaya, S. De, “Prediction of ultrafiltration performance during clarification of stevia extract”, Journal of Membrane Science, 396 (2012) 138-148.
  12. S. Banerjee and S. De, “An analytical solution of Sherwood number in a stirred continuous cell during steady state ultrafiltration”, Journal of Membrane Science, 389 (2012) 188-196.
  13. S. Mondal, S. B. Moulke, M. Dhahbi and S. De, “A physico-chemical model for polyelectrolyte enhanced ultrafiltration”, Journal of Membrane Science, 376 (2011) 142-152.
  14. S. De, “Multicomponent steady state modeling of concentration polarization including adsorption during nanofiltration of a textile effluent”, Separation Science & Technology, 46 (2011) 1059-1067.
  15. P. Banerjee and S. De, “Modeling of nanofiltration of dye using a coupled concentration polarization and pore flow model”, Separation Science & Technology, 46 (2011) 561-570.
  16. S. Mondal, A. Cassano, V. Tasselli, S. De, “A generalized model for clarification of fruit juice during ultrafiltration under total recycle and batch mode”, Journal of Membrane Science, 366 (2011) 295-303.
  17. S. De and S. Bhattacharjee, “Flux decline during cross flow membrane filtration of electrolytic solution in presence of charged nano-colloids: A simple electrokinetic model”, Journal of Colloid & Interface Science, 353 (2011) 530-536.
  18. S. Mondal and S. De, “A fouling model for steady state cross flow membrane filtration considering sequential intermediate pore blocking and cake formation” Separation & Purification Technology, 75 (2010) 222-228.
  19. K. Kumar and S. De, Modeling of Flux Enhancement in Presence of Concentration Polarization by Pressure Pulsation during Laminar Cross Flow Ultrafiltration”, Membrane Water Technology: An International Journal, 1 (4) (2010) 253-272.
  20. P. Banerjee and S. De, “Coupled concentration polarization and pore flow modeling of nanofiltration of an industrial textile effluent”, Separation and Purification Technology, 73 (2010) 355-362.
  21. A. K. Agrawal, C. Das and S. De, “Modeling of extraction of dyes and their mixtures from aqueous solution using emulsion liquid membrane”, Journal of Membrane Science, 360 (2010) 190-201.
  22. P. Banerjee and S. De, “Steady state modeling of concentration polarization including adsorption during nanofiltration of dye solution”, Separation & Purification Technology, 71 (2010) 128-135.
  23. V. K. Jayanti, P.Rai, and S. De, “Quantification of flux decline and design of ultrafiltration system for clarification of tender coconut water”, Journal of Food Process Engineering, 33 (2010) 128-143.
  24. S. Mondal and S. De, “Generalized criteria for identification of fouling mechanism under steady state membrane filtration”, Journal of Membrane Science, 344 (2009) 6-13.
  25. Das and S. De, “Steady state modeling for membrane separation of pretreated liming effluent under cross flow mode”, Journal of Membrane Science, 338 (2009) 175-181.
  26. A. Aggarwal, S. Agarwal, and S. De, “Performance prediction of membrane modules incorporating the effects of suction in the mass transfer coefficient under laminar and turbulent flow conditions for non-Newtonian fluids”, Journal of Food Process Engineering, 32 (2009) 752-774.
  27. A. Sengupta, B. Sarkar, S. De and S. DasGupta, “Prediction of permeate flux during electric field enhanced cross-flow ultrafiltration - A neural network approach”, Separation and Purification Technology, 65 (2009) 260-268.
  28. C. Das, S. DasGupta and S. De, “Steady state modeling for membrane separation of pretreated soaking effluent under cross flow mode”, Environmental Progress, 27 (2008) 346-352.
  29. S. Bhatia, S. DasGupta and S. De, “Performance prediction of membrane modules incorporating the effects of suction in the mass transfer coefficient under turbulent flow conditions”, Separation and Purification Technology, 55 (2007) 182-190.
  30. R. Ranjan, S. DasGupta and S. De, “Performance prediction of membrane modules incorporating the effects of suction in the mass transfer coefficient under laminar flow conditions”, Separation & Purification Technology, 45, 109-118, 2005.
  31. K. Auddy, S. De and S. DasGupta, “Performance Prediction of Turbulent Promoter Enhanced Nanofiltration of a Dye Solution”, Separation & Purification Technology, 43, 85-94, 2005.
  32. R. Ranjan, S. DasGupta and S. De, "Mass transfer coefficient with suction for turbulent non-Newtonian flow in application to membrane separations", Journal of Food Engineering, 65, 533-541, 2004.
  33. P. Ragesh, K. Sreenivas, S. DasGupta and S. De, "Modeling of turbulent cross flow membrane filtration in a radial cell", International Journal of Transport Phenomena, 6, 163-175, 2004.
  34. P. Ragesh, K. Sreenivas, S. DasGupta and S. De, “Intregral analysis of hydrodynamics and mass transfer in a radial cross flow membrane filtration system under laminar flow”, International Journal of Transport Phenomena, 5 (2), 129-141, 2003.
  35. V. S. Minnikanti, S. Dasgupta and S. De, “Prediction of mass transfer coefficient with suction for turbulent flow in cross flow ultrafiltration”, Indian Chemical Engineer, 44 (3), 151-157, 2002. (selected as one of the 20 best papers presented in CHEMCON-98, Vizag and invited for publication in the journal).
  36. K. Sreenivas, P. Ragesh, S. DasGupta and S. De, “Modeling of cross flow osmotic pressure controlled membrane sepration processes under turbulent flow conditions”, Journal of Membrane Science, 201, 203-212, 2002.
  37. R. Prabhakar, S. DasGupta and S. De, "Simultaneous prediction of flux and retention for osmotic pressure controlled turbulent cross flow ultrafiltration", Separation & Purification Technology,18 (1), 13-24, 2000.
  38. S. De and S. DasGupta, "Role of mass transfer coefficient with suction including property variations to predict limiting phenomena during ultrafiltration", Journal of Membrane Science, 161, 41-53, 1999.
  39. S. De and P. K. Bhattacharya, "Mass transfer coefficient with suction including property variations in applications of cross flow ultrafiltration", Separation & Purification Technology, 16(1), 61-73, 1999.
  40. V. S. Minnikanti, S. DasGupta and S. De, "Prediction of mass transfer coefficient with suction for turbulent flow in cross flow ultrafiltration", Journal of Membrane Science, 157, 227-239, 1999.
  41. S. De and P. K. Bhattacharya, "Modeling of ultrafiltration process for a two component aqueous solution of low and high (gel-forming) molecular weight solutes", Journal of Membrane Science, 136, 57-69, 1997.
  42. S. De and P. K. Bhattacharya, "Prediction of mass transfer coefficient with suction in the application of reverse osmosis and ultrafiltration", Journal of Membrane Science, 128, 119-131, 1997.
  43. S. De and P. K. Bhattacharya, "Flux prediction of kraft black liquor in cross flow ultrafiltration using low and high rejecting membranes", Journal of Membrane Science, 109, 109-123, 1996.
  44. S. De, S. Bhattacharjee and P. K. Bhattacharya, "Development of correlations for mass transfer coefficients in ultrafiltration systems", Devlopment in Chemical & Mineral Processes, 3, 187-206, 1995 [Invited paper in Special Theme Issue: Advances on Membrane Separation and Adsorption.