2013

 

  • Kostoglou M., Karabelas A.J. Comprehensive simulation of flat-sheet membrane element performance in steady state desalination, Desalination, doi: 10.1016/j.desal.2013.01.033
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  • D.C. Sioutopoulos, T.Β. Goudoulas, E.G. Kastrinakis, S.G. Nychas, A.J. Karabelas “Rheological and permeability characteristics of alginate fouling layers developing on reverse osmosis membranes during desalination”, J. Membr. Sci, doi: 10.1016/j.memsci.2013.01.033
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  • Kostoglou M., Karabelas A.J. Modeling scale formation in flat-sheet membrane modules during water desalination, A.I.Ch.E Journal, doi:10.1002/aic.14045 2013
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  • S.I. Patsios, V.C. Sarasidis, A.J. Karabelas A hybrid photocatalysis – ultrafiltration continuous process for humic acids degradation”, Separation and Purification Technology, 104 (2013) 333–341
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  • S. Mitrouli, A.J. Karabelas, A. Karanasiou, M. Kostoglou Incipient calcium carbonate scaling of desalination membranes in narrow channels with spacers – Experimental insights”, J. Membr. Sci, 425–426 (2013) 48–57
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2012

 

  • S. Mitrouli, A.J. Karabelas, A. Karanasiou, M. Kostoglou S. Mitrouli, A.J. Karabelas, A. Karanasiou, M. Kostoglou, “Incipient calcium carbonate scaling of desalination membranes in narrow channels with spacers – Experimental insights”, J. Membr. Sci, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.memsci.2012.09.025
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  • Karabelas A.J., Koutsou C.P., Gragopoulos J., Isaias N.P, Al Rammah A.S. “A novel system for continuous monitoring of salt rejection characteristics of individual membrane elements in desalination plants”, Separation and Purification Techn., vol. 88, pp. 29–38.
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  • Plakas K.V., Karabelas A.J. “Removal of pesticides from water by NF and RO membranes – A review”, Desalination, vol. 287, pp 255-265.
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  • Papaioannou E. H., Karabelas A. J. “Lycopene recovery from tomato peel under mild conditions assisted by enzymatic pre-treatment and non-ionic surfactants”, Acta Biochimica Polonica, Vol.59, No 1, pp. 71-74
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  • Kostoglou M., Karabelas A.J. “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.
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  • Koutsou C.P., Karabelas A.J “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.
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  • Sioutopoulos D.C., Karabelas A.J. “Correlation of organic fouling resistances in RO and UF membrane filtration under constant flux and constant pressure”, J. Membrane Science, DOI 10.1016/j.memsci.2012.03.036.
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2011

 

  • Plakas K.V., Karabelas A.J. “A systematic study on triazine retention by fouled with humic substances NF/ULPRO membranes”, Separation and Purification Technology, vol. 80, pp 246–261.
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  • Patsios S.I., Karabelas A.J. “An investigation of the long-term filtration performance of a Membrane Bioreactor (MBR): the role of specific organic fractions”, J. of Membrane Science, vol. 372, pp.102–115.
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  • Sarasidis V.C., Patsios S.I, Karabelas A.J. “A hybrid photocatalysis – ultrafiltration continuous process : The case of polysaccharide degradation”, Separation and Purification Technology, vol. 80, pp 73-80.
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  • Kostoglou M., Karabelas A.J. “On modelling incipient crystallization of sparingly soluble salts in frontal membrane filtrationOn modelling incipient crystallization of sparingly soluble salts in frontal membrane filtration”, J. of Coll. and Interface Sc., vol 362, pp 202-214.
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  • Mitrouli S.T, Karabelas A.J., Isaias N.P, Al Rammah A.S. “Application of hydrophilic macromolecules on thin film composite polyamide membranes for performance restoration”, Desalination, vol. 278, 105–116.
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  • Kostoglou M., Karabelas A.J. “Mathematical analysis of the meso-scale flow field in spiral wound membrane modules”, Ind. & Eng. Chemistry Research, vol. 50, pp. 4653-4666.
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  • Kostoglou M., Karabelas A.J. “On population balance modelling of membrane bio-reactor operation with periodic back-washing”, A.I.Ch.E. Journal, vol. 57, pp 2274-2281.
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  • 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, vol. 273, pp.105–117.
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  • D. A. Sarigiannis, S. P. Karakitsios, A. Gotti, I. L. Liakos, A. Katsoyiannis “Exposure to major volatile organic compounds and carbonyls in European indoor environments and associated health risk”, Environment International, pp. 743–765.
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2010

 

  • 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, vol. 350, pp 62-82, 2010
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  • 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
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  • 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
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  • Koutsou C.P., Karabelas A.J. “Towards optimization of spacer geometrical characteristics for spiral wound membrane modules”, Desalination and Water Treatment, 18, pp 139-150, 2010
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  • Patsios S.I., 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
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  • Sioutopoulos, D.C., Karabelas A.J., Yiantsios S.G. “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
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  • Katsoufidou K.S., 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 (in press), 2010
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2009

 

  • 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
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  • Plakas K.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.
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  • Kostoglou M., Karabelas A.J. “On sectional techniques for the solution of the breakage equation” Computers and Chemical Engineering (2009) 33, 112-121.
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  • S.T. 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
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  • 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
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  • 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
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  • Kostoglou M., Karabelas A.J. “On the Fluid Mechanics of Spiral-Wound Membrane Modules” Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research (2009) 22, 10025-10036.
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2008

 

  • Kostoglou M., 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
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  • Plakas K.V., Karabelas A.J. “Membrane retention of herbicides from single- and multi-solute media: The effect of ionic environment”, J. of Membrane Science , Vol. 320, pp 325-334, 2008
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  • Mourouzidis-Mourouzis S.A., 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, 2008
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  • Solomou E.S., Sarigiannis D.A., Karabelas A.J., Moussiou V., Tsikardani L., Amanatidou 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, 2008
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  • De Koning J., Bixio D., Karabelas A.J., Salgot M., Schaffer A. “Characterization and assessment of water treatment technologies for reuse”, Desalination, vol. 218, pp 92-104, 2008
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  • 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, 2008
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  • Mitrouli S.T., Yiantsios S.G., Karabelas A.J., Mitrakas M.,, Foellesdal M., Kjolseth “Pretreatment for desalination of seawater from an open intake by dual media filtration: Pilot testing and comparison of two different media”, Desalination, vol. 222, pp 24-37, 2008