bench-scale testing

bench-scale testing

[′bench ‚skāl ′tes·tiŋ]
(engineering)
Testing of materials, methods, or chemical processes on a small scale, such as on a laboratory worktable.
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Development and Bench-Scale Testing of a Novel Biphasic Solvent-Enabled Absorption Process for Post-Combustion Carbon Capture The Board of Trustees of the University of Illinois (Champaign, IL) will advance the development of the transformational biphasic CO2 absorption process (BiCAP) technology.
com/en/ About-Us/Publications/B logs/2017/05) how Hatch has learned to use bench-scale testing to assist in quick and efficient formulation of optimum strategies for recovering and, if necessary, treating water from typical mine-site sources such as a Tailings Management Facility (TMF).
The team conducted a "cost-effective bench-scale testing chemistry activity" to draw a chemical reaction between CO2 and salt in brine solutions in the presence of ammonia.
and the Illinois Clean Coal Institute on bench-scale testing and eventually will run tests in a 3 MW (thermal power) chemical looping facility.
At the same time, bench-scale testing of the process is being done for a major Canadian waste management company.
High grade graphite concentrate grades from bench-scale testing are repeatable for all three geological horizons of the deposit, representing from surface to the base of current drill coverage at 100 metres depth.
In bench-scale testing, the unit under test is subjected to well-controlled conditions to determine collection rate, collection efficiency, level of detection, and ability to preserve viable organisms.
The pilot- and bench-scale testing evaluate the effects of multiple disinfectants and oxidants, the ability of coagulation, granular activated carbon, MIEX resin, and membrane to remove NOM and bromide ion, and their combined impact on DBP formation, nitrification potential, and microbial regrowth.
The university will conduct bench-scale testing of the ZLD process to study its effectiveness, energy requirements and overall cost per litre of water produced.
We cannot respond to this by adopting a "production-line" approach, in which consumer insight is followed by concept development, with research, feasibility and bench-scale testing at the end of the process.
The initial bench-scale testing targeted four VOCs--toluene, xylene, MEK, and n-butyl acetate.
To ensure that RO could be used in this application, Osmonics performed bench-scale testing, long-term pilot testing, and scale-up to a full-sized on-line RO unit.