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Novasep Process | Date: 2015-05-13

A read circuit for an electrical signal produced by a POSFET device is disclosed which comprises a transconductance amplifier (4) connected at its inverting input to the output of the POSFET device (1), at least one neuron (8a, 8b) connected to the output of said transconductance amplifier, said amplifier being adapted to receive a signal from the POSFET device representative of a force or pressure exerted on it and to produce at its output at least one current signal (I_(0), I_(0+)) representative of such force or pressure, the at least one neuron being adapted to receive said current signal and to produce an output signal (12a, 12b) being a pulse train with frequency proportional to said current signal.


Patent
Novasep Process | Date: 2017-05-31

The invention concerns a purification method comprising: - supplying a stream comprising a glycol, monovalent ions and multivalent ions; - treating said stream with ion exclusion chromatography comprising: injecting the stream into a chromatographic unit comprising a stationary ion-exchange phase; injecting an eluent into the chromatographic unit; collecting a fraction exiting the chromatographic unit; the collected fraction being enriched in glycol and depleted in monovalent ions and multivalent ions relative to the stream. The invention also concerns a facility suitable for implementing said method, and the application of same in the regeneration of a hydrate inhibitor.


Patent
Novasep Process | Date: 2017-03-22

The invention relates to a fluid distributor (9, 10) for a column (1) comprising at least one cell (2) containing a bed of particles (3), the fluid distributor (9, 10) comprising: - a floor (11, 21) comprising at least one injection point (15, 25) providing a fluidic connection on either side thereof; - a layer of a resistive medium (12, 22) fixed on one face of the floor (11, 21), the resistive medium being permeable to the fluid; - a spacing device (13, 23) inserted between the floor (11, 21) and the layer of resistive medium (12, 22) and maintaining a space for the circulation of the fluid between the floor (11, 21) and the layer of resistive medium (12, 22). The invention also relates to a column, in particular a chromatography column, provided with this fluid distributor.


Grant
Agency: European Commission | Branch: H2020 | Program: BBI-IA-DEMO | Phase: BBI.VC1.D1-2015 | Award Amount: 16.21M | Year: 2016

Lignocellulosic (LC) feedstock will soon become a key strategic resource in Europe for chemical intermediates and products, boosting the transition from fossil-based to bio-based economy. BIOFOREVER will demonstrate 5 new LC value chains and 3 valorisation routes for co-products utilizing 4 different cascading biorefinery concepts in order to establish optimal combinations of feedstock, biorefinery, end-products and markets that will allow the successful implementation of these value chains in commercial scale as follow-up step. Chemicals, food and specialties will be produced. The project will target spruce, poplar and wood waste but will also assess other LC feedstocks in order to achieve the most commercially viable and sustainable value chains. Using a fast-track (3-year) and open innovation approach, BIOFOREVER teams up 14 leading industrial partners in feedstock supply, pre-treatment, downstream processing and producers of chemicals, food and specialties in order to rapidly progress commercialization of these value chains. Assessment of feedstock sustainability, customer perception and stakeholder engagement for scale up to commercial scale will be integrated in the project. Business cases for the value chains will result in competitive biobased products, matching cost of existing fossil-based products (e.g. at par with current sugars) and improving performance in properties and sustainability. Other impacts of BIOFOREVER are: - Up to 85% reductions in CO2-emissions compared to fossil-based value chains. - About 400 mln turnover in biorefinery intermediates (lignins and sugars) and 650 mln in chemical intermediates and products for a 1,5 mln ton/year LC biorefinery. - The number of direct jobs of commercial scale biorefinery would accumulate to about 1200, generating typically 6000-7500 indirect jobs and an additional investment exceeding the 70M euros by the partners


Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Membrane Technology for Liquid and Gas Separations" report to their offering. The combined U.S. market for membranes used in liquid and gas separations should reach $4.6 billion by 2021 from $3.4 billion in 2016 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 6.2%, from 2016 to 2021. This report is primarily a study of the U.S. market, but due to the international presence of many industry participants, global activities are included where appropriate. Values are given in U.S. dollars, and revenue is counted at the manufacturer level. Forecasts are in constant U.S. dollars and growth rates are compounded. Five-year projections are provided for market activity and value. Industry structure, technological trends, pricing considerations, R&D, government regulations, company profiles and competitive technologies are included in the study. Only industrial-scale membrane products will be evaluated. No consumer products (i.e., point-of-use water systems) are included in the analysis. 1: Introduction - Study Goal And Objectives - Reasons For Doing The Study - Intended Audience - Scope Of Report - Information Sources 3: Industry Overview - History Of The Industry - Membrane Technology - Methods Of Filtration 4: Membrane Technology Types - Reverse Osmosis - Nanofiltration - Ultrafiltration - Microfiltration - Electrochemical Processes - Value Of The U.S. Market For Membrane Products Used In Liquid Separations By Membrane Type - Gas Separation - Pervaporation 5: Applications For Membrane Technology - Potable Water Production - Wastewater Treatment - Process-Water Treatment - Food And Beverage - Pharmaceuticals And Biotechnology - Other Industrial Liquid Separations - Industrial Gas Separations - 3M Purification - Advantec MFS Inc. - Air Liquide - Air Products And Chemicals Inc. - Alfa Laval - Amfor Inc. - Applied Membranes Inc. - Applied Membrane Technology - Aquamarijn Microfiltration BV - Aquaporin A/S - Asahi Kasei - Astom Corp. - Atech Innovations Gmbh - Berghof Filtrations Und Anlagentechnik Gmbh - BWT Group - Cameron International - Cantel Medical - Clean Membranes Inc. - Compact Membrane Systems - Daicen Membrane Systems Ltd. - Donaldson Co. - DOW Chemical Co. - Econity - Eltron Research & Development - Entegris Inc. - Evonik Industries AG - Evoqua Water Technologies - General Electric - Gea Westfalia Separator Group GMBH - Genesis Fueltech Inc. - GKN Sinter Metals Filters GMBH - Graver Technologies - Honeywell International - HY9 Corp. - Hydration Technology Innovations - Hydrogenics Corp. - Hyflux Ltd. - Imbrium Systems Corp. - Imtex Membranes Corp. - INGE GMBH - Innovative Gas Systems (Igs) - ITM Power Plc - ITN Nanovation AG - Jiangsu Jiuwu Hi-Tech Co. Ltd. - Koch Membrane Systems - Kubota Corp. - Lanxess AG - Lg Water Solutions - Mantec Technical Ceramics Ltd. - Markel Corp. - Media And Process Technology - Meissner Filtration Products Inc. - Membrana-Charlotte - Mempore Corp. - Membrane Technology & Research Inc. - Membranes International - Memstar Technology Ltd. - Microdyn-Nadir Gmbh - Milliporesigma - Mitsubishi Rayon Co. Ltd. - Mmf Maxflow Membran Filtration Gmbh - Mtb Technologies - Nanoasis - Natrix Separations - New Logic International - NGK Insulators Ltd. - Nitto Denko Corp. - Novasep Process - Oasys - Pall Corp. - Parker Hannifin Corp. - PCA-Polymerchemie Altmeier Gmbh Und Pccell Gmbh - Pentair Inc. - Permionics - Pervatech BV - Pionetics Corp. - Polyan Gmbh - Polymem S.A. - Porifera Inc. - Porvair Plc - Praxair Inc. - Prime Water Bvba - PWN Technologies - QUA Group - Reb Research And Consulting - Saes Pure Gas - Sartorius - Separation Dynamics Inc. - Simpore - Sinomem Technology. Ltd. - Snowpure Llc - Specialty Silicone Products Inc. - Spectrum Laboratories - Spintek Systems - Suez Environnement - Sulzer Chemtech Ltd. - Sumitomo Electric Industries - Synder Filtration - Synkera Technologies Inc. - T3 Scientific Llc - TAMI Industries - Tianjin Motimo Membrane Technology Ltd. - Tokuyama Corp. - Toray Industries - Toyobo Co. Ltd. - Trisep Corp. - UBE Industries - Ultura GMBH - Veolia Water - Voltea - W.L. Gore & Associates - Xylem - Yuasa Membrane Systems Co. Ltd. For more information about this report visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/xwscxg/membrane


Dublin, Dec. 15, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Membrane Technology for Liquid and Gas Separations" report to their offering. The combined U.S. market for membranes used in liquid and gas separations should reach $4.6 billion by 2021 from $3.4 billion in 2016 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 6.2%, from 2016 to 2021. This report is primarily a study of the U.S. market, but due to the international presence of many industry participants, global activities are included where appropriate. Values are given in U.S. dollars, and revenue is counted at the manufacturer level. Forecasts are in constant U.S. dollars and growth rates are compounded. Five-year projections are provided for market activity and value. Industry structure, technological trends, pricing considerations, R&D, government regulations, company profiles and competitive technologies are included in the study. Only industrial-scale membrane products will be evaluated. No consumer products (i.e., point-of-use water systems) are included in the analysis. Key Topics Covered: 1: Introduction - Study Goal And Objectives - Reasons For Doing The Study - Intended Audience - Scope Of Report - Information Sources 2: Executive Summary 3: Industry Overview - History Of The Industry - Membrane Technology - Methods Of Filtration 4: Membrane Technology Types - Reverse Osmosis - Nanofiltration - Ultrafiltration - Microfiltration - Electrochemical Processes - Value Of The U.S. Market For Membrane Products Used In Liquid Separations By Membrane Type - Gas Separation - Pervaporation 5: Applications For Membrane Technology - Potable Water Production - Wastewater Treatment - Process-Water Treatment - Food And Beverage - Pharmaceuticals And Biotechnology - Other Industrial Liquid Separations - Industrial Gas Separations 6: Patent Survey - Patents By Application - Patents By Company 7: Industry Structure - Mergers And Acquisitions - Company Profiles - 3M Purification - Advantec MFS Inc. - Air Liquide - Air Products And Chemicals Inc. - Alfa Laval - Amfor Inc. - Applied Membranes Inc. - Applied Membrane Technology - Aquamarijn Microfiltration BV - Aquaporin A/S - Asahi Kasei - Astom Corp. - Atech Innovations Gmbh - Berghof Filtrations Und Anlagentechnik Gmbh - BWT Group - Cameron International - Cantel Medical - Clean Membranes Inc. - Compact Membrane Systems - Daicen Membrane Systems Ltd. - Donaldson Co. - DOW Chemical Co. - Econity - Eltron Research & Development - Entegris Inc. - Evonik Industries AG - Evoqua Water Technologies - General Electric - Gea Westfalia Separator Group GMBH - Genesis Fueltech Inc. - GKN Sinter Metals Filters GMBH - Graver Technologies - Honeywell International - HY9 Corp. - Hydration Technology Innovations - Hydrogenics Corp. - Hyflux Ltd. - Imbrium Systems Corp. - Imtex Membranes Corp. - INGE GMBH - Innovative Gas Systems (Igs) - ITM Power Plc - ITN Nanovation AG - Jiangsu Jiuwu Hi-Tech Co. Ltd. - Koch Membrane Systems - Kubota Corp. - Lanxess AG - Lg Water Solutions - Mantec Technical Ceramics Ltd. - Markel Corp. - Media And Process Technology - Meissner Filtration Products Inc. - Membrana-Charlotte - Mempore Corp. - Membrane Technology & Research Inc. - Membranes International - Memstar Technology Ltd. - Microdyn-Nadir Gmbh - Milliporesigma - Mitsubishi Rayon Co. Ltd. - Mmf Maxflow Membran Filtration Gmbh - Mtb Technologies - Nanoasis - Natrix Separations - New Logic International - NGK Insulators Ltd. - Nitto Denko Corp. - Novasep Process - Oasys - Pall Corp. - Parker Hannifin Corp. - PCA-Polymerchemie Altmeier Gmbh Und Pccell Gmbh - Pentair Inc. - Permionics - Pervatech BV - Pionetics Corp. - Polyan Gmbh - Polymem S.A. - Porifera Inc. - Porvair Plc - Praxair Inc. - Prime Water Bvba - PWN Technologies - QUA Group - Reb Research And Consulting - Saes Pure Gas - Sartorius - Separation Dynamics Inc. - Simpore - Sinomem Technology. Ltd. - Snowpure Llc - Specialty Silicone Products Inc. - Spectrum Laboratories - Spintek Systems - Suez Environnement - Sulzer Chemtech Ltd. - Sumitomo Electric Industries - Synder Filtration - Synkera Technologies Inc. - T3 Scientific Llc - TAMI Industries - Tianjin Motimo Membrane Technology Ltd. - Tokuyama Corp. - Toray Industries - Toyobo Co. Ltd. - Trisep Corp. - UBE Industries - Ultura GMBH - Veolia Water - Voltea - W.L. Gore & Associates - Xylem - Yuasa Membrane Systems Co. Ltd. For more information about this report visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/s5fpvr/membrane


« UMTRI: average new vehicle fuel economy in US in August down from July | Main | Fujitsu develops low power consumption technology for 5G » BIOFOREVER (BIO-based products from FORestry via Economically Viable European Routes)—a consortium of 14 European companies—has started a demonstration project for the conversion of woody biomass to value-adding chemical building blocks such as butanol, ethanol, and 2,5–furandicarboxylic acid (FDCA) on an industrial scale. The demonstration project will run for 3 years. The overall budget is €16.2 million (US$18 million) with a €9.9-million (US$11-million) contribution from BBI JU. Woody biomass, including waste wood, will be converted to lignin, (nano-) cellulose and (hemi-) cellulosic sugars, and further converted to lignin derivatives and chemicals. Feedstocks will be benchmarked with crop residues and energy crops. A number of pre-treatment and subsequent conversion technologies will be demonstrated, including delivering commercialization routes for the most promising value chains. Typically, such bio-refineries will be projected in logistic hubs such as the Port of Rotterdam and other European ports. In December 2015 the consortium applied for European funding under the Horizon 2020 program and in April 2016 the proposal was positively evaluated by Bio Based Industries Joint Undertaking (BBI JU), a public/private partnership between the European Union and the Bio-based Industries Consortium. BIOFOREVER consortium partners include: API Europe, Greece; Avantium Chemicals BV, Netherlands; Bioprocess Pilot Facility BV, Netherlands; Borregaard AS, Norway; Bio Refinery Development BV, Netherlands; DSM, Netherlands; Elkem Carbon AS, Norway; Green Biologics Ltd, UK; MetGen Oy, Finland; Nova Institute, Germany; Novasep Process SAS, France; Phytowelt, Green Technologies GmbH, Germany; Port of Rotterdam, Netherlands; and SUEZ Groupe, France.


Patent
Novasep Process | Date: 2014-12-09

The invention related to a method for purifying a first fatty acid, preferably polyunsaturated, using an initial mixture further comprising at least one second fatty acid, optionally a third fatty acid and optionally a fourth fatty acid, with the method comprising:


Patent
Novasep Process | Date: 2014-01-07

A method for purifying an amino acid from an initial mixture is disclosed, in which the amino acid includes an aromatic ring and has an acidity constant Ka, the method including:


Patent
Novasep Process | Date: 2014-12-09

The invention relates to a method for purifying a first fatty acid, in particular a first polyunsaturated fatty acid, using an initial mixture further comprising at least one second fatty acid and a third fatty acid, with the method comprising at least:

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