Michael Binns

2013 Chemical Engineering and Analytical Science University of Manchester, Manchester, England, United Kingdom 
 2016- Chemical Engineering Dongguk University, Seoul, South Korea 
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Choi J, Cho H, Yun S, et al. (2019) Process design and optimization of MEA-based CO2 capture processes for non-power industries Energy. 185: 971-980
Lee HJ, Binns M, Park SJ, et al. (2019) An experiment and model of ceramic (alumina) hollow fiber membrane contactors for chemical absorption of CO 2 in aqueous monoethanolamine (MEA) solutions Korean Journal of Chemical Engineering. 36: 1669-1679
Lee S, Binns M, Kim JK. (2018) Automated process design and optimization of membrane-based CO2 capture for a coal-based power plant Journal of Membrane Science. 563: 820-834
Son H, Kim Y, Park S, et al. (2018) Simulation and modeling of MEG (Monoethylene Glycol) regeneration for the estimation of energy and MEG losses Energy. 157: 10-18
Kwon S, Hwang S, Binns M. (2017) Economic response models for membrane design Journal of Membrane Science. 544: 297-305
Lee S, Binns M, Lee JH, et al. (2017) Membrane separation process for CO2 capture from mixed gases using TR and XTR hollow fiber membranes: Process modeling and experiments Journal of Membrane Science. 541: 224-234
Yoon S, Binns M, Park S, et al. (2017) Development of energy-efficient processes for natural gas liquids recovery Energy. 128: 768-775
Binns M, Lee S, Yeo YK, et al. (2016) Strategies for the simulation of multi-component hollow fibre multi-stage membrane gas separation systems Journal of Membrane Science. 497: 458-471
Oh JS, Binns M, Park S, et al. (2016) Improving the energy efficiency of industrial refrigeration systems Energy. 112: 826-835
Oh SY, Binns M, Cho H, et al. (2016) Energy minimization of MEA-based CO2 capture process Applied Energy. 169: 353-362
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