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Tuesday 1st April

Tuesday 1st April

 

Session 3 – Cleaning

 

Time

Lead Author

Title                                               

09:00

José Luis Jiménez Pérez

University of Granada, ESP

Optimisation of the cleaning of denatured whey protein with proteases [Poster]

09:15

Martin Schoenitz

TU Braunschweig, GER

 

Challenges in cleaning microstructured devices

09:37

Ruben Mercadé Prieto

Soochow Univeristy, PRC

 

Cleaning beyond whey protein gels: egg white

10:00

Oliver Peck

University of Bath, UK

 

An assessment of the removal behaviour of biofilms grown under flow conditions

10:22

Madalena Lemos

University of Porto, POR

The effect of shear stress on the formation and removal of Bacillus cereus biofilms

 

Coffee Break

 

11:20

Raul Perez Mohedano

University of Birmingham, UK

 

Development of a mechanistic swelling-removal model for the scanning fluid dynamic gauge

11:44

Akin Ali

University of Cambridge, UK

 

Development of millimanipulation for studying removal of soft solid soiling layers

12:06

Henning Foeste

TU Braunschweig, GER

 

A unified approach to classify removal processes of different soils using dimensionless numbers

12:28

Ergun Gungor

University of Cambridge, UK

 

Eco-effective changeovers; underpining the capabilities

 

 

Session Wrap Up & Lunch

 

 

 

Session 4 – Membranes

 

Time

Lead Author

Title

14:00

Frank Lipnizki

Alfa Laval, DEN

Fouling in heat exchanger and membrane processes:  development and prevention strategies on industrial scale

 

14:30

Mike Bird

University of Bath, UK

Fouling and cleaning phenomena for alcohol pretreated membranes used to ultrafilter black tea liquor

 

14:52

Jean-Pierre Estienvenart

HE Louvain en Hainault, BEL

 

Crossflow filtration of brewery waste waters and solutions to recycle them in CIP systems and bottlewashers

 

15:14

Emily Holt

University of Bath, UK

Fouling and cleaning of ceramic membranes during the dewatering of gum arabic waste streams

 

 

Coffee Break

 

16:10

Ken Morison

University of Canterbury, NZ

Effects of the components of milk on fouling and cleaning of polyamide reverse osmosis membranes

 

16:32

Arend Kingma

BASF, GER

Compatibility of nonionic surfactants with membrane materials and their cleaning performance

 

16:54

Nicolas Velings

HE Louvain en Hainault, BEL

Comparison of two oxidative cleaners versus a classical enzymatic cleaner used in the regeneration of microfiltration membranes typically employed for the clarification of alcoholic beverages

17:16

Harriet Manning

University of Bath, UK

The effect of fouling upon the performance of synthetic membranes used to fractionate gum Arabic