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Introduction

The Natural Resources and Renewable Energies Laboratory (NRRE) is one of the founding research units of CPERI, operating under the direction of Prof. Anastasios J. Karabelas since 1985. NRRE has been closely collaborating, since its establishment, with the Chemical Engineering Department at Aristotle Univesrity of Thessaloniki.

At NRRE, applied and basic research are carried out on physical-chemical processes, toward the development of technological solutions for water treatment and pollution abatement, energy conservation, utilization of renewable energy and other natural resources.

Emphasis is placed on assisting the Greek and European economy through the development of expertise, collaboration with world leading scientific/technical organizations, personnel training and specialized services to the industry at international scale.

Technological Targets

  • Membrane-based desalinationwater purification, wastewater treatment and reuse

  • Novel processes for a broad spectrum of industrial separations

  • Advanced Oxidation Processes (Photocatalytic, Fenton, etc.) for water purification

  • Integrated processing and valorization of agro-industrial by-products

  • Methods of utilization of renewable energies; geothermal and solar energy

  • Methods for production of renewable fuels (biogas, bioethanol)

  • Multi-phase process design; separation equipment, packed beds, heat exchangers

Areas of Research & Development

Membrane Technology for Water Treatment, Desalination and Separations
 Membrane-based processes (Reverse Osmosis – RO, Nanofiltration – NF, Ultrafiltration – UF, Microfiltration – MF) are already established as the dominant technology for brackish and sea-water desalination, potable water purification, and treatment of effluents of various types for clean water recovery.

Moreover, such membrane processes tend to displace many other conventional separation operations in the process and related industries. NRRE has developed expertise in membrane technology, by performing research in a broad range of topics covering all major aspects of membrane process design and operation.

This research includes in-depth studies of membrane module design, of the major operating problems of membrane fouling and scaling, and of membrane system simulation and optimization.

  The development of innovative methods has been successfully pursued for on-line monitoring of desalination membrane performance, plant-wide, based on permeate water quality.

R&D studies on the important Membrane Bio-Reactor (MBR) technology are carried out, using innovative diagnostic tools, for improved operation and applications to effluents heavily loaded with compounds difficult to biodegrade.

Research is also carried out on novel membrane-based methods (including membrane distillation, membrane extraction, pressure retarded osmosis, forward osmosis). 
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Membrane Equipment and Process Design / Optimization

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Novel Membrane Plant Monitoring Methods

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Membrane Bioreactors

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Novel Membrane-based Processes

Distinctions

Personnel

Researchers

Name
Expertise
Phone
Email
Plakas Konstantinos
Associate Researcher, Chemical Engineer, PhD
(+30) 2310 498476

Researcher Emeritus

Name
Expertise
Phone
Email
Karabelas Anastasios
Researcher Emeritus, Professor
(+30) 2310 498181

Collaborating Faculty Members

Name
Expertise
Phone
Email
Kostoglou Margaritis
Professor, Dept. of Chemistry, AUTH
(+30) 2310 997767

Scientific Personnel

Name
Expertise
Phone
Email
Atziaras Marios
Chemical Engineer
Baltzopoulos Odysseas
Chemical Engineer
Chatzis Vassilis
Chemical Engineer, MSc
Karanasiou Anthoula
Chemical Engineer, MSc
(+30) 2310 498184
Moschona Alexandra
Chemical Engineer, PhD
(+30) 2310 498177
Patsios Sotirios
Chemical Engineer, PhD
(+30) 2310 498183
Saliakellis Panagiotis
Chemical Engineer, PhD
(+30) 2310 498187
Sarasidis Vassilios
Chemical Engineer, MSc
(+30) 2310 498185
Sioutopoulos Demetrios
Chemical Engineer, PhD
(+30) 2310 498188
Tsaridou Charikleia
Chemist, MSc
(+30) 2310 498184

PhD Candidates

Name
Expertise
Phone
Email
Nastouli Alexandra
Chemical & Biochemical Environmental Engineer
(+30) 2310 498184

Administrative And Technical Staff

Name
Expertise
Phone
Email
Karastogianidou Avgi
Administrative Assistant
(+30) 2310 498182
Lekkas Asterios
Technical Support
(+30) 2310 498186
Lekkas Michael
Technical Support
(+30) 2310 498186

Equipment

Analytical Equipment

Instrumentation for standard water and effluent analyses

  • Biochemical Oxygen Demand (BOD5) analyses
  • Chemical Oxygen Demand (COD) analyses
  • Spectrophotometers of dual and single beam (Shimadzu UV-1700 PharmaSpec, Helios)
  • Instrumentation for SDI (Silt Density Index) and NTU measurements
  • ICP Elemental analysis (Perkin Elmer) (in collaboration with the Analytical Services Unit / CPERI/CERTH)

Chromatography units for organic pollutants analysis

  • Full system of gas chromatography / mass spectrometry (GC/MS) for organic pollutants determination (AGILENT GC 7890A / 5975C INNERT MSD SYSTEM)
  • System of gas chromatography (GC) with Electron Capture Detector (ECD) and Nitrogen-Phosphorous Cetector (NPD) for organic pollutants determination (AGILENT GC 6890N / NPD / ECD)
  • Unit of Gel Permeation Chromatography / High Performance Liquid Chromatography (GPC/HPLC) for molecular weight distribution analyses and organic pollutants determination (Shimadzu LC-10ADvp with UV-Vis and Refractive Index-RI Detectors)

System for particle size and zeta-potential measurements

System for particle size and zeta-potential measurements (Zetasizer, Malvern)

Analysis of Total Organic Carbon

Analysis of Total Organic Carbon (TOC) with a Shimadzu TOC-5000A analyzer.

Inorganic ions determination in aquatic samples

  • Ion Chromatograph, Metrohm 690
  • Laboratory polymeter (pH-meter, conductivity-meter, ion-meter) (WTW inoLab® pH/ΙΟΝ / Cond 750 SET)

Instrumentation for membrane characterization

  • Unit for contact angle measurements (Kruss-G10)
  • Scanning Electron Microscope (JEOL 6300) (in collaboration with the Unit of Analytical Services, CPERI/CERTH)
  • Transmission Electron Microscope (JEOL) (in collaboration with the Unit of Analytical Services, CPERI/CERTH)
  • X-Ray Diffraction System (Siemens – D500) (in collaboration with the Unit οφ Analytical Services, CPERI/CERTH)

Experimental Equipment

Special bench-scale membrane units

  • Photocatalytic submerged membrane reactor system for organic species degradation
  • Bench-scale, high pressure cells for dead-end filtration, for various well-controlled tests
  • A special bench-scale set–up for MF and UF filtration studies; direct observations under the microscope, video-recording and image processing to clarify fouling mechanisms
  • Two special systems with flat cross-flow test sections, fully instrumented, for studying membrane (MF, UF, NF, ULP-RO) fouling and scaling characteristics
  • MBR, laboratory-scale system, fully instrumented; immersed-type membranes

Special bench-scale membrane units

Two pilot plants, fully instrumented and computer-controlled, for intermediate and high pressure membrane (NF and RO) studies with commercial membrane elements. A pilot photocatalytic membrane reactor (UV-C/TiO2/UF), fully instrumented and PLC controlled.

Computing and software for numerical simulations

  • High computing power capabilities for numerical simulations (CFD, other); network of 4 servers with double processors each; parallel computing
  • FLUENT software package, for flow and transport phenomena simulations

Current Research Projects

TitleBudget (€)Duration

 

MEDWAYCAP: The Mediterranean pathway for Innovation Capitalisation toward an urban-rural integrated development of Non-Conventional Water Resources

1.110.975,65 2021-2023
AQUACYCLE: “Towards Sustainable Treatment And Reuse Of Wastewater In The Mediterranean Region”   2019-2022
SPOTVIEW: “A New Industrial Partnership To Improve Water Efficiency”   2016-2020
AGROCYCLE: “A Blueprint And EU Policy-Forming Protocol For The Recycling And Valorisation Of Agri-Food Waste”   2016-2019
BIOMA: "Decentralized management of bio-waste and utilization thereof using alternative and innovative treatment"   2018-2019
PHOTOX: “The Electro-Solution in water and wastewater treatment”   2018-2021
ANATHREPSI: “The Transition From A Linear To A Circular Economy”   2018-2021
Study To Optimize Processing Of Table Olives (FILIDROS) / Industrial Funding FILYDROS S.A., Greece   2016-2017
Characterization of water and waste samples for membrane treatment (TEMAK) / Industrial funding, TEMAK AETE, Greece    
Study to improve the operation of the ultrafiltration unit for milk condensation (MEVGAL) / Industrial funding, MEVGAL S.A., Greece    
Performance assessment of specific retentate – side spacers of SWM membrane modules / Industrial funding Delstar S.A., USA    
Performance assessment of specific retentate – side spacers of SWM membrane modules / Industrial funding Delstar S.A., USA    
Software for simulating desalination processes (SMTC) / Funded by Singapore Membrane Technology Centre (SMTC), Nanyang Technological University    
Innovative water treatment plant from non biodegradable toxic pollutants / Funded by SYDESYS, Greece    
Novel Hybrid Activated Carbon – Fenton Oxidation Processes for Water Treatment (AQUAFERAC) / NSRF 2007-2013, Bilateral R&D Action Greece-Israel   2013-2015
Critical Assessment of Fouling Indices in RO Membrane Desalination/ Funded by MEDRC, Oman    
Winery wastes exploitation for production of high added value products by environmentally friendly technologies (WinWaPro) / NSRF 2007-2013, 11ΣΥΝ-2-1992   2007-2013
Ιntegrated External and Internal Exposure Modelling Platform (INTEGRA) / Funded by the European Chemical Industry Council (CEFIC)    
Development of an Integrated Method For Waste Water From Olive Processin Industry Treatment, For High Added Value Compounds Production, Water Recycling and Environmental Protection /Funded by NSRF 2007-2013, 7SMEs2010   2007-2013
Urban Reduction of GHG Emissions in China and Europe (URGENCHE) / Funded by European Commission, FP7-ENV-2010, G.A. 265114   2010
Process development for recovery of high added-value compounds from the solid wastes of the pomegranate-juice industry / Funded by NSRF 2007-2013, 9NEW_B_2012   2007-2013
WARDE: Master on Water Reuse and Desalination Engineering / Funded by European Commission, Lifelong Learning Programme, G.A. 2010-3426/001-001   2010-2019
Integrated Exposure for Risk Assessment in Indoor Environments (INTERA) / Funded by the European Chemical Industry Council (CEFIC)    
Provision of satellite and experimental data to assess human exposure to environmental pollutants in water and soil / Funded by Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (AUTH)    
Development of a monitoring system for continuous assessment of scaling potential in reverse osmosis membrane plants /Industrial funding ARAMCO, Saudi Arabia    
Tiered Aggregate exposure to chemical substances (TAGS) / Funded by the European Chemical Industry Council (CEFIC)    
Development of an integrated system for monitoring membrane desalination plants / Industrial funding ARAMCO, Saudi Arabia.    
Enhanced Geothermal Innovative Network for Europe (ENGINE) / Funded by European Commission    
Integrated Assessment of Health Risks from Environmental Stressors in Europe (INTARESE) / Funded by European Commission, FP6 Priority 6.3, C.N.018385    
Satellite-assisted Management of Air Quality (SMAQ) / Funded by European Commission, LIFE05/ENV/GR/000214   2014-2019
Theoretical and experimental studies of flow through narrow channels with inserts, towards membrane module performance optimization / Industrial funding MEDRC, Oman    
Ground coupled Heat Pumps of High Technology (GROUNDHIT ) / Funded by European Commission, ENERGY GLOBE AWARD, Best Environmental Project 2008   2008-2019
Improvement of construction materials used in the food industry to lengthening processing time (MODSTEEL) / Funded by European Commission, GROWTH (G5RD-CT-1999-0066)   1999-2002
Cyclic operation of Trickle Bed Reactors (CYCLOP) / Funded by European Commission, G1RD-CT-2000-00225   2000-2003
Integrated Concepts for reuse of Upgraded Wastewater (AQUAREC) / Funded by European Commission, EVU1-2001-00213   2001-2004
Improvement of Techniques for Assessing RO Membrane Colloidal Fouling / Industrial Funding MEDRC, Oman    

Services

ANALYSES FOR COMPLETE CHARACTERIZATION OF WATER SOURCES

Description

State of the art laboratory equipment for complete and specialized measurements, including GC/MS, HPLC, GPC, GC, TOC/DOC.

Applications / Novelties
  • Analyses to identify micro-pollutants in drinking water sources, i.e. pesticides, other toxic substances (DBP, THM, antibiotics etc.).
  • Complete analyses and physico-chemical measurements (in collabo-ration with Analytical Laboratory).
  • Characterization of Geothermal fluids and industrial effluents.
Possible customers
  • Municipal water and sewerage companies as well as public and private organizations dealing with water quality monitoring.
  • Industry and SME’s producing/marketing water treatment equipment, filter media, etc.
  • Various process industries concerned/dealing with effluents.
  • Geothermal plants/units.
Examples
  • Analyses and characterization of drinking water sources and geothermal fluids from various regions in Greece (Attiki, Peloponnese, Macedonia).

NOVEL EQUIPMENT-PILOT UNITS

Special bench-scale membrane units
  • Bench-scale, high pressure cells for dead-end filtration, for various well-controlled tests
  • A special bench-scale set–up for MF and UF filtration studies; direct observations under the microscope, video-recording and image processing to clarify fouling mechanisms
  • Two special systems with flat cross-flow test sections, fully instrumented, for studying membrane (MF, UF, NF, ULP-RO) fouling and scaling characteristics
  • MBR, laboratory-scale system, fully instrumented; immersed-type membranes
  • Photocatalytic submerged membrane reactor system for organic species degradation
Special pilot membrane units

Two pilot plants, fully instrumented and computer-controlled, for intermediate and high pressure membrane (NF and RO) studies with commercial membrane elements. A pilot photocatalytic membrane reactor (UV-C/TiO2/UF), fully instrumented and PLC controlled.

APPLICATION OF ADVANCED MEMBRANE PROCESSES FOR TREATMENT OF WATER AND VARIOUS EFFLUENTS

Description

Available know-how, laboratory equipment and pilot units for application of Micro-Filtration (MF), Ultra-filtration (UF), Nano-Filtration (NF) and Reverse Osmosis (RO) to the treatment of potable water and of practically all kinds of liquid effluents.

Applications / Novel Characteristics
  • Improvement of potable water quality. Removal of all types of toxic substances (heavy metals, pesticides, nitrates, etc.).
  • Treatment of industrial effluents for useful materials recovery and water reuse.
  • Novel processes (based on MBR-Membrane Bio-Reactors) for municipal effluent treatment and water recycling.
Possible users / Customers
  • Industry: Applications to cope with all types of effluents (chemical industry, food processing, textile plants, etc.).

Municipal water and sewerage companies and various water treatment SME’s.

Examples
  • Phosphorus Fertilizers Industry, Greece: Industrial effluents treatment for recovering useful materials and water recycling.

APPLICATION OF ADVANCED MEMBRANE PROCESSES FOR TREATMENT OF WATER AND VARIOUS EFFLUENTS

Description

Available know-how and special laboratory equipment and pilot units including UF, NF, RO systems for the design of new, and problem identification and improvement of operating, membrane desalination plants.

Applications / Novel Characteristics
  • Improvement of potable water quality. Removal of all types of toxic substances (heavy metals, pesticides, nitrates, etc.).
  • Treatment of industrial effluents for useful materials recovery and water reuse.
  • Novel processes (based on MBR-Membrane Bio-Reactors) for municipal effluent treatment and water recycling.
Possible users / Customers
  • Industry: Applications to cope with all types of effluents (chemical industry, food processing, textile plants, etc.).
  • Municipal water and sewerage companies and various water treatment SME’s.
Examples
  • Phosphorus Fertilizers Industry, Greece: Industrial effluents treatment for recovering useful materials and water recycling.

APPLICATION AND IMPROVEMENT OF MEMBRANE PROCESSES FOR BRACKISH AND SEA-WATER DESALINATION

Description

Available know-how and special laboratory equipment and pilot units including UF, NF, RO systems for the design of new, and problem identification and improvement of operating, membrane desalination plants.

Applications / Novel Characteristics
  • Study and application of specialized systems for treating degraded (brackish, polluted) water sources. 
  • Identification and mitigation of membrane fouling, due to organic substances, colloids, salts etc. 
  • Special autopsies of used membrane elements to diagnose operating problems. 
  • Study of feed-water pretreatment for membrane processes.
Possible users / Customers
  • Industrial desalination plants, with various feed waters.
  • Municipal water and sewerage companies, for utilization of brackish and/or polluted water sources.
  • Industry and SME’s dealing with filter media, membranes, desalination units, etc.
Examples
  • Maxit SA, Norway: Pilot studies and assessment of special filter media for pre-treatment of sea-water.
  • Aramco, S. Arabia: Reverse Osmosis membrane treatment for improved performance
  • Caramondani Desalination Plants, Cyprus: Special autopsies of RO membranes

COMPUTING AND SOFTWARE FOR NUMERICAL SIMULATIONS

Commercial and proprietary software for numerical simulations.
  • High-end performance computers for Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) simulations
  • MPI and CUDA implementation for CPU and GPU parallel computing
  • Ansys® Fluent software package, for modeling and executing flow and transport phenomena simulations
 

Collaborations

The Laboratory has established extensive links and collaboration with numerous Greek/foreign universities, research centers, industries and organizations. For example:

Universities and Research Centres

  • ΑUTH (GR)
  • ICE/HTCRES (GR)
  • NCSR DEMOKRITOS (GR)
  • Imperial College London (GB)
  • RWTH Aachen (D)
  • Delft Univ. of Technology (NL)
  • Exeter University (GB)
  • Univ.of Wollongong (AU)
  • Univ. of Barcelona (ES)
  • World Health Organisation (IT)
  • Univ. Birmingham (GB)
  • Univ. Pisa (IT)
  • Univ. Newcastle (GB)
  • AEA Harwell (GB)
  • BRGM (FR)
  • NEL (GB)
  • GRETh (FR)
  • CEA/CENG (FR)
  • CPR/TEA (IT)
  • CEBELCOR (ΒE)
  • INRA (FR)
  • Technion (IL)
  • CIEMAT (ES)
  • Ecole Centrale de Paris (FR) etc.

Industries and Organizations

  • C.I.N.G. SA (GR)
  • EKO (GR)
  • PPC (GR)
  • IGME-Geothermal Section (GR)
  • GEMEE (GR)
  • ETVA-EYRYTANIA (GR)
  • SHELL/KSLA (HO)
  • AMOCO (USA)
  • ENEL-VDAG (IT)
  • VICARB S.A. (FR)
  • BP-Solar (GB)
  • ACTINI (FR)
  • DEGUT (FR)
  • BASF (DE)
  • ALFA-LAV (SE)
  • MEKOROT (IL)
  • Lyonnaise des Eaux (FR)
  • AGBAR (ES)
  • HOECHST (DE) 
  • ARAMCO (SA) etc.

Publications

  1. A. J. Karabelas, Mitrouli S.T., Koutsou C.P., Kostoglou M., "Prediction of spatial-temporal evolution of membrane scaling in spiral wound desalination modules by an advanced simulator", Desalination 458 (2019) 34-44
  2. K. V. Plakas, A.K. Taxintari, A.J. Karabelas, "Enhanced photo-catalytic performance of activated carbon fibers for water treatment", Water 11 (2019) 1794
  3. K.V. Plakas, A. Mantza, S.D. Sklari, V.T. Zaspalis, A.J. Karabelas, Heterogeneous Fenton-like oxidation of pharmaceutical diclofenac by a catalytic iron-oxide ceramic microfiltration membrane",  Chemical Engineering Journal 373 (2019) 700-708.
  4. I. Salmerón, Plakas, K.V., Oller, I., Sirés, I., Maldonado, M.I., Karabelas, A.J., Malato, S., "Optimization of electrocatalytic H2O2 production at pilot plant scale for solar-assisted water treatment", Applied Catalysis B: Environmental 242 (2019) 327-336.
  5. D. C. Sioutopoulos, A.J. Karabelas, V. Mappas, "Membrane fouling due to protein - Polysaccharide mixtures in dead-end ultrafiltration; the effect of permeation flux on fouling resistance", Membranes, 9(2)  (2019)  21.
  6. A. J. Karabelas, M. Kostoglou, C.P. Koutsou,  "Advanced Dynamic Simulation of Membrane Desalination Modules Accounting for Organic Fouling", Journal of Membrane Science and Research 5 (2019) 178-186
  7. S. I. Patsios, Michailidou, S., Pasentsis, K., Makris, A.M., Argiriou, A., Karabelas, A.J., "Analysis of microbial community dynamics during the acclimatization period of a membrane bioreactor treating table olive processing wastewater", Applied Sciences 9 (18) (2019) 3647 
  8. M. Kostoglou, A.J. Karabelas, Toward incorporation of  membrane  properties non-uniformity in spiral wound module performance simulators - Effect of non-uniform permeability on fouling layer evolution", Fluids 2019, 4, 127
  1. A. Karanasiou, M. Kostoglou, A. Karabelas, "An Experimental and Theoretical Study on Separations by Vacuum Membrane Distillation Employing Hollow-Fiber Modules", Water, 10 (2018) 947, http://www.mdpi.com/2073-4441/10/7/947
  2. A.J. Karabelas, C.P. Koutsou, M. Kostoglou, D.C. Sioutopoulos, "Analysis of specific energy consumption in reverse osmosis desalination processes", Desalination, 431 (2018) 15-21
  3. A.J. Karabelas, C.P. Koutsou, D.C. Sioutopoulos, "Comprehensive performance assessment of spacers in spiral-wound membrane modules accounting for compressibility effects", Journal of Membrane Science, 549 (2018) 602-615
  4. C.P. Koutsou, A.J. Karabelas, M. Kostoglou, "Fluid dynamics and mass transfer in spacer-filled membrane channels – Effect of uniform channel-gap reduction due to fouling", Fluids 2018, 3, 12; doi:10.3390/fluids3010012
  5. A.J. Karabelas, T. Matsuura, S. Hong, "Editorial Note", Desalination 434 (2018) 1 https://doi.org/10.1016/j.desal.2018.02.017
  1. N. Kontogiannopoulos, S.I. Patsios, S.T. Mitrouli, A..J. Karabelas, “Tartaric acid and polyphenols recovery from winery waste lees using membrane separation processes”, Journal of Chemical Technology & Biotechnology, 92 (12), 2017, 2934–2943.
  2. Kostoglou, S. T. Mitrouli and A. J. Karabelas, “Model Development and Experimental Data Analysis for Calcium Carbonate Membrane Scaling during Dead-End Filtration with Agitation”, Ind. Eng. Chem. Res. 2017, 56, 603−613.
  3. C. Sarasidis, K.V. Plakas, A.J. Karabelas, “Novel water-purification hybrid processes involving in-situ regenerated activated carbon, membrane separation and advanced oxidation”, Chemical Engineering Journal 328 (2017) 1153-1163.
  4. J. Karabelas, A. Karanasiou, D.C. Sioutopoulos, “Experimental study on the effect of polysaccharides on incipient membrane scaling during desalination”, Desalination 416 (2017) pp 106-121.
  5. A J Karabelas, Guest Editor of published Desalination (volume 403, February 2017) special issue entitled "Desalination Using Membrane Technology"
  6. J. Karabelas, C.P. Koutsou, M. Kostoglou, D.C. Sioutopoulos, “Analysis of specific energy consumption in reverse osmosis desalination processes”, Feature Article, Advances in Engineering, Chemical Engineering, November 18, 2017.
  1. S.T. Mitrouli, M. Kostoglou, A.J. Karabelas, A. Karanasiou, “Incipient crystallization of calcium carbonate on desalination membranes: dead-end filtration with agitation” (2016), Desalination and Water Treatment, 57, pp. 2855–2869.
  2. S.T. Mitrouli, M. Kostoglou, A.J. Karabelas, “Calcium carbonate scaling of desalination membranes: Assessment of scaling parameters from dead-end filtration experiments”, Journal of Membrane Science, Volume 510, 15 July 2016, Pages 293–305.
  3. K.V. Plakas, V.C. Sarasidis, S.I. Patsios, D.A Lambropoulou, A.J. Karabelas, “Novel pilot scale continuous photocatalytic membrane reactor for removal of organic micropollutants from water”, Chemical Engineering Journal 304 (2016) 335–343.
  4. K.V. Plakas, A.J. Karabelas, “A study on heterogeneous Fenton regeneration of powdered activated carbon impregnated with iron oxide nanoparticles”, Global NEST Journal 18(2) (2016) 259-268.
  5. K.V. Plakas, S.D. Sklari, D.A. Yiankakis, G.Th. Sideropoulos, V.T. Zaspalis, A.J. Karabelas, “Removal of organic micropollutants from drinking water by a novel electro-Fenton filter: Pilot-scale studies”, Water Research 91 (2016) 183-194.
  6. K.V. Plakas, A.A. Georgiadis, A.J. Karabelas, “Sustainability assessment of tertiary wastewater treatment technologies: A multi-criteria analysis”, Water Science and Technology, 73(7) (2016), 1532-1540.
  7. Patsios, S.I., Papaioannou, E.H., Karabelas, A.J., “Long-term performance of a membrane bioreactor treating table olive processing wastewater”, (2016) Journal of Chemical Technology and Biotechnology, 91 (8), pp. 2253-2262.
  8. Kontogiannopoulos, K.N., Patsios, S.I., Karabelas, A.J., “Tartaric acid recovery from winery lees using cation exchange resin: Optimization by Response Surface Methodology” (2016), Separation and Purification Technology, 165, pp. 32-41.
  9. D.C. Sioutopoulos, A.J. Karabelas, “Evolution of organic gel fouling resistance in constant pressure and constant flux dead-end ultrafiltration: Differences and similarities”, Journal of Membrane Science, 511 (2016) pp 265–277.
  10. M. Kostoglou, A.J. Karabelas, “Dynamic operation of flat sheet desalination-membrane elements: Acomprehensive model accounting for organic fouling”, Computers and Chemical Engineering 93 (2016) 1–12.
  11. Emmanouil H. Papaioannou, Maria Liakopoulou-Kyriakides, Anastasios J. Karabelas, “Natural Origin Lycopene and Its “Green” Downstream Processing”, Critical Reviews In Food Science And Nutrition Vol. 56 , Iss. 4,2016.
  12. M. Kostoglou, S.T. Mitrouli, A.J. Karabelas, "Model Development and Experimental Data Analysis for Calcium Carbonate Membrane Scaling during Dead-End Filtration with Agitation", Ind. Eng. Chem. Res., Article ASAP, DOI: 10.1021/acs.iecr.6b04063.
  1. V. Plakas, A.A. Georgiadis, A.J. Karabelas, “Sustainability assessment of tertiary wastewater treatment technologies: A multi-criteria analysis”, Water Science and Technology, DOI: 10.2166/wst.2015.630 (in press).
  2. D. Sklari, K.V. Plakas, P.N. Petsi, V.T. Zaspalis, A.J. Karabelas, “Toward the Development of a Novel Electro-Fenton System for Eliminating Toxic Organic Substances from Water. Part 2. Preparation, Characterization, and Evaluation of Iron-Impregnated Carbon Felts as Cathodic Electrodes”, Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research 54 (2015) 2059-2073.
  3. Kontogiannopoulos, K.N., Patsios, S.I., Karabelas, A.J., 2015. “Tartaric acid recovery from winery lees using cation exchange resin: Optimization by factorial design”. Submitted for publication to Separation and Purification Technology journal (submitted October 2015).
  4. J. Karabelas, D.C. Sioutopoulos, “New insights into organic gel fouling of reverse osmosis desalination membranes”, Desalination, 368 (2015) pp 114-126.
  5. C. Sioutopoulos, A.J. Karabelas, “The effect of permeation flux on the specific resistance of polysaccharide fouling layers developing during dead-end ultrafiltration”, Journal of Membrane Science, 473 (2015) pp 292-301.
  6. I. Patsios, T.B. Goudoulas, E.G. Kastrinakis, S.G. Nychas, A.J. Karabelas, “A novel method for rheological characterization of biofouling layers developing in Membrane Bioreactors (MBR)”, Journal of Membrane Science 482 (2015) 13-24.
  7. I. Patsios, E.H. Papaioannou, A.J. Karabelas, “Long-term performance of a membrane bioreactor treating table olive processing wastewater”, Journal of Chemical Technology and Biotechnology (2015) Article In Press, DOI: 10.1002/jctb.4811.
  8. P. Koutsou and A.J. Karabelas, “A novel retentate spacer geometry for improved spiral wound membrane (SWM) module performance”, Journal of Membrane Science, 488, 2015, 129-142
  9. P. Koutsou, M. Kostoglou and A.J. Karabelas, “Membrane desalination under constant water recovery - The effect of module design parameters on system performance”, Separation and Purification Technology, 147, 2015, 90-113
  10. J. Karabelas, M. Kostoglou and C.P. Koutsou, “Modeling of spiral wound membrane desalination modules and plants - review and research priorities”, Desalination, 356, 2015, 165-186
  11. Amokrane, D.Sadaoui, C.P.Koutsou, A.J.Karabelas, M.Dudeck , “A study of flow field and concentration polarization evolution in membrane channels with two-dimensional spacers during water desalination”, Journal of Membrane Science, 139–150, 2015.
  12. Amokrane, D. Sadaoui, M. Dudeck and C.P. Koutsou, "New spacer designs for the performance improvement of the zigzag spacer configuration in spiral-wound membrane modules", Desalination and Water Treatment, DOI: 10.1080/19443994.2015.1022003
  13. T. Mitrouli, M. Kostoglou, A.J. Karabelas, "Calcium carbonate scaling of desalination membranes: Assessment of scaling parameters from dead-end filtration experiments, Journal of Membrane Science", accepted for publication.
  1. Sarasidis, V.C., Plakas, K.V., Patsios, S.I., Karabelas, A.J. (2014), "Investigation of diclofenac degradation in a continuous photo-catalytic membrane reactor. Influence of operating parameters", Chemical Engineering Journal 239, 299-311.
  2. Karabelas, A.J. Plakas, K.V. Sarasidis, V.C., Patsios, S.I. (2014), "The effect of humic acids on the removal of atrazine from water in a continuous photocatalytic membrane reactor", Global Nest Journal, 16(3), 516-524.
  3. A.J. Karabelas, C.P. Koutsou, M. Kostoglou (2014), "The effect of spiral wound membrane element design characteristics on its performance in steady state desalination — A parametric study", Desalination, 332, 76-90.
  4. A.J. Karabelas, A. Karanasiou, S.T. Mitrouli (2014),"Incipient membrane scaling by calcium sulfate during desalination in narrow spacer-filled channels", Desalination 345,146-157.
  5. A. J. Karabelas, S. Mitrouli, J. Gragopoulos, A. Karanasiou, N. P. Isaias, A. S. Al Rammah(2014), "Monitoring the membrane scaling propensity of retentate in reverse osmosis desalination plants", IDA Journal of Desalination and Water Reuse, 6(2), 80-92.
  6. A.J. Karabelas, D.C. Sioutopoulos (2014), "Toward improvement of methods for predicting fouling of desalination membranes - The effect of permeate flux on specific fouling resistance", Desalination, 343, 97-105.
  7. Sarigiannis, D. A., Karakitsios, S. P., Kermenidou, M., Nikolaki, S., Zikopoulos, D., Semelidis, S., Papagiannakis, A., Tzimou, R. (2014). "Total exposure to airborne particulate matter in cities: The effect of biomass combustion". Sci. Total Environ. 493: 795-805.
  8. Karabelas A.J. (2014) “Key issues for improving the design and operation of membrane modules for desalination plants” Desalination & Water Treatment , 52, Issue 10-12, 1820-1832
  9. D.E. Moudjeber, H. Mahmoudi, M. Djennad, D.C. Sioutopoulos, S.T. Mitrouli, A.J. Karabelas (2014),"Brackish water desalination in the Algerian Sahara—Plant design considerations for optimal resource exploitation", Desalination and Water Treatment, 52/Issue: 22-24, 4040-4052
  10. S.T. Mitrouli, M. Kostoglou, A.J. Karabelas, A. Karanasiou, "Incipient crystallization of calcium carbonate on desalination membranes: dead-end filtration with agitation", Desalination and Water Treatment, article in press, DOI: 10.1080/19443994.2014.990931.
  11. A.J. Karabelas, D.C. Sioutopoulos., “New insights into organic gel fouling of reverse osmosis desalination membranes”, Desalination, doi:10.1016/j.desal.2015.01.029
  12. M. Amokrane, D. Sadaoui, Michel Dudeck, C. P. Koutsou, "New spacer designs for the performance improvement of the zig-zag spacer configuration in spiral-wound membrane modules", Desalination and Water Treatment, doi:10.1080/19443994.2015.1022003
  13. E.H. Papaioannou, M. Liakopoulou-Kyriakides, A.J. Karabelas, “Natural Origin Lycopene and Its ‘Green’ Downstream Processing”, Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition, DOI: 10.1080/10408398.2013.817381
  14. Karakitsios, S., Asikainen, A., Garden, C., Semple, S., Brouwere, K. D., Galea, K. S., Sánchez-Jiménez, A., Gotti, A., Jantunen, M., Sarigiannis, D. (2014), "Integrated exposure for risk assessment in indoor environments based on a review of concentration data on airborne chemical pollutants in domestic environments in Europe“, Indoor and Built Environment, DOI: 10.1177/1420326X14534865.
  1. Mitrouli S., Karabelas A.J., Karanasiou A., Kostoglou M. (2013), "Incipient calcium carbonate scaling of desalination membranes in narrow channels with spacers—experimental insights", Journal of Membrane Science, Vol. 425–426, pp. 48–57.
  2. Karabelas A.J (2013), "Key issues for improving the design and operation of spiral wound membrane modules in desalination plants", Desalination & Water Treatment, DOI: 10.1080/19443994.2013.790322.
  3. C.P. Koutsou, A.J. Karabelas, T.B. Goudoulas (2013), "Characteristics of permeate-side spacers of spiral wound membrane modules", Desalination 322, pp. 131–136.
  4. D.A. Sarigiannis, P. Kontoroupis, E.S. Solomou, S. Nikolaki, A.J. Karabelas (2013), "Inventory of pesticide emissions into the air in Europe", Atmospheric Environment Volume 75, pp. 6–14.
  5. Kostoglou M., Karabelas A.J. (2013), "Comprehensive simulation of flat-sheet membrane element performance in steady state desalination", Desalination 316, pp. 91-102.
  6. D.C. Sioutopoulos, T.Β. Goudoulas, E.G. Kastrinakis, S.G. Nychas, A.J. Karabelas (2013), "Rheological and permeability characteristics of alginate fouling layers developing on reverse osmosis membranes during desalination", J. Membr. Sci, Volume 434, pp. 74–84.
  7. Kostoglou M., Karabelas A.J (2013), "Modeling scale formation in flat-sheet membrane modules during water desalination", A.I.Ch.E Journal, Vol. 59, pp. 2917–2927.
  8. S.I. Patsios, V.C. Sarasidis, A.J. Karabelas (2013), "A hybrid photocatalysis - ultrafiltration continuous process for humic acids degradation", Separation and Purification Technology, Vol. 104, pp. 333–341.
  9. K. V. Plakas, A. J. Karabelas, S. D. Sklari, V. T. Zaspalis (2013), "Toward the Development of a Novel Electro-Fenton System for Eliminating Toxic Organic Substances from Water. Part 1. In Situ Generation of Hydrogen Peroxide", Ind. & Eng. Chem. Res., Vol. 52, pp. 13948-13956.
  10. Papaioannou E.H, Patsios S.I, Karabelas A.J, Philippopoulos N.A. (2013), "Characterization of condensates from an indirect olive oil pomace drying process: the effect of drying temperature", Journal of Environmental Chemical Engineering 1, 831–837.
  11. A.J. Karabelas, V.C. Sarasidis, S.I. Patsios (2013), "The effect of UV radiant power on the rate of polysaccharide photocatalytic mineralization", Chemical Engineering Journal, Vol. 229, pp. 484–491.
  12. Spyros P. Karakitsios, Dimosthenis Α. Sarigiannis, Alberto Gotti, Pavlos A. Kassomenos, Georgios A. Pilidis, “A methodological frame for assessing benzene induced leukemia risk mitigation due to policy measures”, Science of the Total Environment 443 (2013) 549–558.
  1. Karabelas A.J., Koutsou C.P., Gragopoulos J., Isaias N.P, Al Rammah A.S. (2012), “A novel system for continuous monitoring of salt rejection characteristics of individual membrane elements in desalination plants", Separation and Purification Technology, vol. 88, pp. 29–38.
  2. Koutsou C.P. and Karabelas A.J. (2012), “Shear stresses and mass transfer at the base of a stirred filtration cell and corresponding conditions in narrow channels with spacers", J. Membrane Science,  vol. 399– 400, pp 60– 72.
  3. Sioutopoulos D.C. and Karabelas A.J. (2012), "Correlation of organic fouling resistances in RO and UF membrane filtration under constant flux and constant pressure", J. Membrane Science, Vol. 407-408, pp. 34-46.
  4. Emmanouil H. Papaioannou and Anastasios J. Karabelas (2012), “Lycopene recovery from tomato peel under mild conditions assisted by enzymatic pre-treatment and non-ionic surfactants”, Acta Biochimica Polonica, Vol. 59, No1, pp. 71-74.
  5. Plakas K.V. and Karabelas A.J. (2012), “Removal of pesticides from water by NF and RO membranes – A review", Desalination, vol. 287, pp 255-265.
  6. Plakas K.V. and Karabelas A.J. (2012), “A systematic study on triazine retention by fouled with humic substances NF/ULPRO membranes”, Separation and Purification Technology, vol. 80, pp 246–261.
  7. T. Mitrouli, A.J. Karabelas, A. Karanasiou, M. Kostoglou (2012), “Incipient CaCO3 Scale Formation on Reverse Osmosis Membranes During Brackish Water Desalination in Spacer–Filled Channels”, Procedia Engineering, Volume 44 , pp. 1891-1893.
  8. Kostoglou M. and  Karabelas A.J. (2012), "A mathematical study of the evolution of fouling and operating parameters throughout membrane sheets comprising spiral wound modules", Chem. Eng. Journal ,  vol. 187, 222– 231.
  9. Dimosthenis A. Sarigiannis, Spyros P. Karakitsios, and Alberto Gotti (2012), “Exposure and risk characterization in European Indoor Environments related to Benzene and Formaldehyde” Fresenius Environmental Bulletin , No 11, pp. 3160-3167.
  10. Stavros-Alex Theofanidis, Apostolos Papagiannakis, Stavros Semelidis and Dimosthenis A. Sarigiannis (2012), “Integrated Recycling of Municipal Solid Waste in Thessaloniki”, Fresenius Environmental Bulletin , No 11a, pp. 3337-3344.
  11. A. Sarigiannis, S.P. Karakitsios , M.P. Antonakopoulou , A. Gotti (2012), “Exposure analysis of accidental release of mercury from compact fluorescent lamps (CFLs)”, Science of the Total Environment, 435–436, 306–315.
  1. Plakas K.V. and Karabelas A.J. (2011), “A systematic study on triazine retention by fouled with humic substances NF/ULPRO membranes”, Separation and Purification Technology, 80, pp 246–261.
  2. Patsios S.I. and Karabelas A.J. (2011), "An investigation of the long-term filtration performance of a Membrane Bioreactor (MBR): the role of specific organic fractions", of Membrane Science,  vol. 372,  pp.102–115.
  3. Sarasidis V.C., Patsios S.I, Karabelas A.J. (2011), “A hybrid  photocatalysis - ultrafiltration continuous  process : The case of  polysaccharide degradation", Separation and Purification Technology,  80, pp 73-80,.
  4. Kostoglou M. and Karabelas A.J. (2011), “On modelling incipient crystallization of sparingly soluble salts in frontal membrane filtration”, J. of and Interface Sc.,  vol 362, pp 202-214.
  5. Mitrouli S.T, Karabelas A.J., Isaias N.P, Al Rammah A.S. (2011), "Application of hydrophilic macromolecules on thin film composite polyamide membranes for performance restoration", Desalination, vol. 278, 105–116.
  6. Kostoglou M. and Karabelas A.J. (2011), "Mathematical analysis of the meso-scale flow field in spiral wound membrane modules", & Eng. Chemistry Research, vol. 50, pp. 4653-4666.
  7. Kostoglou M. and Karabelas A.J. (2011), “On population balance modelling of membrane bio-reactor operation with periodic back-washing”, A.I.Ch.E. Journal, 57, pp 2274-2281.
  8. Karabelas A.J, Kostoglou M., Mitrouli S.T (2011), “Incipient crystallization  of sparingly soluble salts on membrane surfaces: The case of dead-end  filtration  with no agitation”, Desalination, vol. 273, pp.105–117.
  9. Sarigiannis, S. P. Karakitsios, A. Gotti, I. L. Liakos, A. Katsoyiannis (2011), “Exposure to major volatile organic compounds and carbonyls in European indoor environments and associated health risk”, Environment International, pp. 743–765.
  10. Karabelas J., Koutsou C.P., Gragopoulos J., Isaias N.P, Al Rammah A.S. (2011), “A novel system for continuous monitoring of salt rejection characteristics of individual membrane elements in desalination plants”, Separation and Purification Techn., DOI :10.1016/j.seppur.2011.12.002  
  11. Plakas, K.V., Karabelas (2011) “Removal of pesticides from water by NF and RO membranes – A review”, Desalination, doi:10.1016/j.desal. 2011.08.003
  12. Papaioannou E. H., Karabelas A. J. (2011) “Tomato peel lycopene recovery under mild conditions assisted by enzymatic pre-treatment and non-ionic surfactants”, Acta Biochimica Polonica (accepted).
  1. Sioutopoulos D., Yiantsios S.G., & Karabelas A.J., “Relation between fouling characteristics of  RO  and  UF  membranes in experiments with colloidal organic and  inorganic species", J. of Membrane Science,  350, pp 62-82, 2010.   
  2. Mitrouli S.T, Karabelas A.J., Isaias N.P., "Polyamide active layers of low pressure RO membranes: Data on spatial performance non-uniformity and degradation by hypochlorite solutions", Desalination, Vol 260, pp 91-100, 2010.
  3. Mitrouli S.T, Karabelas A.J., Isaias N.P, Al Rammah A.S., "Reverse Osmosis Membrane Treatment Improves Salt-Rejection Performance", IDA Journal, Vol 2, No 2, pp 22-33, 2010.
  4. Koutsou C.P. and Karabelas A.J., “Towards optimization of spacer geometrical characteristics for spiral wound membrane modules", Desalination and Water Treatment, 18, pp 139-150, 2010.
  5. Patsios S.I. and Karabelas A.J. "A review of modeling bio-processes in Membrane Bio-Reactors (MBR) with emphasis on membrane fouling predictions", Desalination and Water Treatment, 21, pp 189-202, 2010. 
  6. Sioutopoulos, D.C., A. J. Karabelas, G. Yiantsios, “Organic fouling of RO membranes: Investigating the correlation of RO and UF fouling resistances for predictive purposes", Desalination  (Loeb memorial volume), Vol. 261, pp 272–283, 2010.
  7. Katsoufidou, D.C. Sioutopoulos, S.G. Yiantsios, A.J. Karabelas “UF membrane fouling by mixtures of humic acids and sodium alginate: Fouling mechanisms and reversibility”, Desalination, vol. 264, 220-227, 2010.
  8. Kostoglou M., and Karabelas A.J., “On population balance modelling of membrane bio-reactor operation with periodic back-washing”,I.Ch.E. Journal, DOI 10.1002/aic.12426, 2010.
  9. Karabelas A.J, Kostoglou M., Mitrouli S.T, “Incipient crystallization  of sparingly soluble salts on membrane surfaces: The case of dead-end  filtration  with no agitation”, Desalination, doi:10.1016/j.desal.2010. 057 (Hasson special issue), 
  10. Anastasios Karabelas & Konstantinos Plakas (2010), “Membrane Treatment of Potable Water for Pesticides Removal”, Book chapter (40 pages) in Herbicides, Theory and Applications, ISBN 978-953-7619-X-X, published by INTECH.
  1. Koutsou C.P., Yiantsios S.G., Karabelas A.J., “A numerical and experimental study of mass transfer in spacer-filled channels: Effects of spacer geometrical characteristics and Schmidt number”, Journal of Membrane Science, (2009), 326 (1), 234-251
  2. Plakas V., Karabelas A.J., “Triazine retention by nanofiltration in the presence of organic matter: The role of humic substance characteristics”, Journal of Membrane Science, 336 (2009) 86–100.
  3. Kostoglou M., Karabelas A.J., “On sectional techniques for the solution of the breakage equation” Computers and Chemical Engineering (2009) 33, 112-121.
  4. Mitrouli, A.J. Karabelas, S.G. Yiantsios, P.A. Kjølseth, “New granular materials for dual-media filtration of seawater: Pilot testing”, Separation and Purification Technology, 65 (2), 2009, 147-155
  5. Kostoglou M., Karabelas A.J., “Mathematical Analysis of Fluid Flow and Mass Transfer in a Cross Flow Tubular Membrane” Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research (2009) 48, 5885-5893
  6. Karabelas A.J., Plakas K.V., Solomou E.S., Drossou V., Sarigiannis D.A., “Impact of European legislation on marketed pesticides — A view from the standpoint of health impact assessment studies”, Environment International, 35 (2009) 1096–1107
  7. Kostoglou M., Karabelas A.J., “On the Fluid Mechanics of Spiral-Wound Membrane Modules” Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research (2009) 22, 10025-10036.
  1. Plakas K.V., Karabelas A.J.,"Membrane retention of herbicides from single and multi-solute media: The effect of ionic environment", Journal of Membrane Science, Vol. 320, Issues 1–2, pp. 325–334.
  2. Joksimovic D., Savic D.A., Walters G.A., Bixio D., Katsoufidou K., Yiantsios S.G., "Development and validation of system design principles for water reuse systems", Desalination, Vol. 218, Issues 1–3, pp. 142–153.
  3. Katsoufidou K., Yiantsios S.G., Karabelas A.J., "An experimental study of UF membrane fouling by humic acid and sodium alginate solutions: the effect of backwashing on flux recovery", Desalination, vol. 220, pp 214-227.
  4. Mitrouli S.T., Yiantsios S.G., Karabelas A.J., Mitrakas M., Follesdal M., Kjolseth P.A., "Pretreatment for desalination of seawater from an open intake by dual-media filtration: Pilot testing and comparison of two different media", Desalination, Volume 222, Issues 1–3, pp. 24–37
  5. Koutsou C.P., Karabelas A.J., Yiantsios S.G., "Towards Optimization of Spacer Geometrical Characteristics for Spiral Wound Membrane Modules: Recent Advances"
  6. Sioutopoulos D, Yiantsios S.G., Karabelas A.J., "Colloidal Organic Fouling οf RO Membranes:Predictions through Correlation of RO and UF Fouling Resistance Data"
  7. Patsios S.I. and Karabelas A.J., "A new approach in modeling the activated sludge bio-process specifically for MBR systems"
  8. Πλάκας Κ.Β., Καράμπελας Α.Ι., "Απομάκρυνση φυσικών και συνθετικών οργανικών ρυπαντών από πόσιμο νερό με νανοδιήθηση"
  9. de Koning J., Bixio D., Karabelas A., Salgot M., Schaffer A., "Characterization and assessment of water treatment technologies for reuse", Desalination, vol. 218, pp 92-104.
  10. Mourouzidis-Mourouzis S.A. and Karabelas A.J., "Whey protein fouling of large pore-size ceramic microfiltration membranes at small cross-flow velocity", J. of Membrane Science, vol. 323,pp 17–27.
  11. Kostoglou M., and Karabelas A.J., "On the structure of the single phase flow field in hollow fiber membrane modules during filtration", J. of Membrane Science , Vol. 322, pp 128-138.
  12. Solomou E.S., Sarigiannis D.A., Karabelas A.J., Amanatidou E., Moussiou C., Tsikardani E., "Estimation of emissions and local emission factors in the region of Western Macedonia, Greece", Fresenius Environmental Bulletin, vol. 17, No 10b, pp 1725-1735.
  1. Plakas, K.V., Karabelas, A.J., Wintgens, T., Melin, T., "A study of selected herbicides retention by nanofiltration membranes-The role of organic fouling"
  2. Karabelas A.J., "Key issues for improving the design and operation of spiral wound membrane modules in desalination plants", Desalination & Water Treatment , DOI: 10.1080/19443994.2013.790322.
  3. A.J. Karabelas, C.P. Koutsou, M. Kostoglou, "The effect of spiral wound membrane element design characteristics on its performance in steady state desalination — A parametric study", Desalination 332 (2014) 76–90

Doctoral Dissertations and Diploma Thesis

DOCTORAL DISSERTATIONS

In Progress
  1. Nastouli Al., “”, (2019)
  2. Petsi P., "" (2019)
  3. Tsirigka As., "", (2019)
Completed
  1. Asimakopoulou Akrivi, “Μελέτη εκχύλισης με μεμβράνες”.
  2. Drossos Evageelos, “Μελέτη διφασικής αντιρροής σε κατακόρυφα κανάλια με μικρά διάκενα”.
  3. Katsoufidou Konstantina, “Επεξεργασία με μεμβράνες υποβαθμισμένων υδατικών πόρων”
  4. Koutsou Chrysafenia, “Μελέτη φαινομένων μεταφοράς σε στοιχεία μεμβρανών για αφαλάτωση”.
  5. Mourouzis-Mourouzidis Stefanos, “Διεργασίες μεμβρανών για διαχωρισμούς και μείωση μικροβιακού φορτίου πρωτεϊνικών διαλυμάτων”.
  6. Patsios Sotiris, “Βιο-αντιδραστήρες μεμβρανών”.
  7. Plakas Konstantinos, “Μελέτη απομάκρυνσης παρασιτοκτόνων από πόσιμο νερό με διεργασίες μεμβρανών”.
  8. Sioutopoulos Dimitrios, “Ρύπανση μεμβρανών αφαλάτωσης από οργανικές ενώσεις”.
  9. Trivizadakis MIchael, “Περιοδική τροφοδοσία υγρού σε στήλη διφασικής ομορροής. Χαρακτηριστικά ροής και μεταφοράς μάζας”.

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