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Title
Fabrication and oxygen permeability of gastight, macrovoid-free capillaries for high temperature gas separation
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Abstract
Oxygen-permeable perovskites with mixed ionic-electronic conducting properties can play an important role in the separation of oxygen from air which is needed in the oxy-fuel and pre-combustion technologies for the removal and capture of CO2. In this work, gastight, macrovoid-free Ba0.5Sr0.5Co0.8Fe0.2O3−δ (BSCF) capillaries were successfully shaped by a phase-inversion spinning technique, followed by calcination and sintering. It was found that both the rheology of the ceramic suspension and the composition of bore liquid and coagulation bath are key factors for making macrovoid-free green capillaries. Gastight BSCF capillaries were obtained by sintering for 5 h at 1100 °C. The sintered BSCF capillaries contained a significant amount of BaSO4 due to a reaction with the polysulfone binder during calcination. The oxygen permeation flux through the BSCF capillaries was measured and compared to literature data on BSCF disk and hollow fiber membranes measured in similar conditions.
Language
English
Source (journal)
Journal of membrane science. - Amsterdam
JOURNAL OF MEMBRANE SCIENCE
Publication
Amsterdam : 2010
ISSN
0376-7388
Volume/pages
359:1-2(2010), p. 86-92
ISI
000279953300010
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UAntwerpen
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Creation 04.05.2010
Last edited 02.11.2017
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