Liyuan Deng
Liyuan Deng
Professor, Chemical Engineering Dept., Norwegian University of Science and Technology
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Combination of ionic liquids with membrane technology: A new approach for CO 2 separation
Z Dai, RD Noble, DL Gin, X Zhang, L Deng
Journal of Membrane Science 497, 1-20, 2016
Facilitated transport of CO2 in novel PVAm/PVA blend membrane
L Deng, TJ Kim, MB Hägg
Journal of Membrane Science 340 (1-2), 154-163, 2009
Status and progress of membrane contactors in post-combustion carbon capture: A state-of-the-art review of new developments
S Zhao, PHM Feron, L Deng, E Favre, E Chabanon, S Yan, J Hou, V Chen, ...
Journal of Membrane Science 511, 180-206, 2016
Techno-economic evaluation of biogas upgrading process using CO 2 facilitated transport membrane
L Deng, MB Hägg
International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control 4 (4), 638-646, 2010
Recent advances in multi-layer composite polymeric membranes for CO2 separation: A review
Z Dai, L Ansaloni, L Deng
Green Energy & Environment 1 (2), 102-128, 2016
Swelling behavior and gas permeation performance of PVAm/PVA blend FSC membrane
L Deng, MB Hägg
Journal of membrane science 363 (1-2), 295-301, 2010
Potential applications of membrane separation for subsea natural gas processing: A review
K Dalane, Z Dai, G Mogseth, M Hillestad, L Deng
Journal of Natural Gas Science and Engineering 39, 101-117, 2017
Role of Facilitated Transport Membranes and Composite Membranes for Efficient CO2 Capture–A Review
S Rafiq, L Deng, MB Hägg
ChemBioEng Reviews 3 (2), 68-85, 2016
Post-combustion carbon capture technologies: Energetic analysis and life cycle assessment
X Zhang, B Singh, X He, T Gundersen, L Deng, S Zhang
International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control 27, 289-298, 2014
PVA/PVP blend polymer matrix for hosting carriers in facilitated transport membranes: Synergistic enhancement of CO2 separation performance
RML Helberg, Z Dai, L Ansaloni, L Deng
Green Energy & Environment 5 (1), 59-68, 2020
Carbon nanotube reinforced PVAm/PVA blend FSC nanocomposite membrane for CO2/CH4 separation
L Deng, MB Hägg
International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control 26, 127-134, 2014
PVA/nanocellulose nanocomposite membranes for CO2 separation from flue gas
JØ Torstensen, RML Helberg, L Deng, ØW Gregersen, K Syverud
International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control 81, 93-102, 2019
An integrated materials approach to ultrapermeable and ultraselective CO2 polymer membranes
M Sandru, EM Sandru, WF Ingram, J Deng, PM Stenstad, L Deng, ...
Science 376 (6588), 90-94, 2022
Morphologically Tunable MOF Nanosheets in Mixed Matrix Membranes for CO2 Separation
J Deng, Z Dai, J Hou, L Deng
Chemistry of Materials 32 (10), 4174-4184, 2020
Performance of Mixed Matrix Membranes Containing Porous Two-Dimensional (2D) and Three-Dimensional (3D) Fillers for CO2 Separation: A Review
M Ahmadi, S Janakiram, Z Dai, L Ansaloni, L Deng
Membranes 8 (3), 50, 2018
Facile fabrication of CO 2 separation membranes by cross-linking of poly (ethylene glycol) diglycidyl ether with a diamine and a polyamine-based ionic liquid
Z Dai, L Ansaloni, DL Gin, RD Noble, L Deng
Journal of Membrane Science 523, 551-560, 2017
Carbon Dioxide Solubility in Phosphonium-Based Deep Eutectic Solvents: An Experimental and Molecular Dynamics Study
J Wang, H Cheng, Z Song, L Chen, L Deng, Z Qi
Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research 58 (37), 17514-17523, 2019
Thin-film-composite hollow fiber membranes containing amino acid salts as mobile carriers for CO2 separation
Z Dai, J Deng, L Ansaloni, S Janakiram, L Deng
Journal of Membrane Science 578, 61-68, 2019
Precombustion CO2 Capture in Polymeric Hollow Fiber Membrane Contactors Using Ionic Liquids: Porous Membrane versus Nonporous Composite Membrane
Z Dai, L Ansaloni, L Deng
Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research 55 (20), 5983-5992, 2016
Membrane absorption using ionic liquid for pre-combustion CO 2 capture at elevated pressure and temperature
Z Dai, L Deng
International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control 54, 59-69, 2016
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