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Kwon, Young-Nam (권영남)

Department
School of Urban and Environmental Engineering(도시환경공학부)
Research Interests
Membrane, Reverse(Forward) osmosis, Membrane distillation, Hydrate-induced ice desalination
Lab
Superior Membrane-based Advanced Research & Technology (SMART) Lab
Website
http://smartlab.unist.ac.kr/
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ACCEPTPreparation of EVOH and aramid-modified polar nylon membrane for the removal of hard and soft colloidal particlesAyyavoo, Jayalakshmi; Kim, In-Chul; Kwon, Young-NamARTICLE97 Preparation of EVOH and aramid-modified polar nylon membrane for the removal of hard and soft colloidal particles
201806Effect of acidic aqueous solution on chemical and physical properties of polyamide NF membranesJun, Byung-Moon; Kim, Su Hwan; Kwak, Sang Kyu, et alARTICLE270 Effect of acidic aqueous solution on chemical and physical properties of polyamide NF membranes
201803Investigation on the factors determining permeate pH in reverse osmosis membrane processesPark, Hyung-Gyu; Kwon, Young-NamARTICLE276 Investigation on the factors determining permeate pH in reverse osmosis membrane processes
201802Long-Term Stability of Low-Pressure Reverse Osmosis (RO) Membrane Operation-A Pilot Scale StudyPark, Hyung-Gyu; Kwon, Young-NamARTICLE95 Long-Term Stability of Low-Pressure Reverse Osmosis (RO) Membrane Operation-A Pilot Scale Study
201802압력 구동 기반 분리막의 막 오염 저감을 위한 표면 개질 방법 최신 연구 동향전병문; 이형개; 김우정, et alARTICLE67 압력 구동 기반 분리막의 막 오염 저감을 위한 표면 개질 방법 최신 연구 동향
201801Acid-catalyzed hydrolysis of semi-aromatic polyamide NF membrane and its application to water softening and antibiotics enrichmentJun, Byung-Moon; Lee, Hyung Kae; Kwon, Young-NamARTICLE368 Acid-catalyzed hydrolysis of semi-aromatic polyamide NF membrane and its application to water softening and antibiotics enrichment
201707Suppression of gold nanoparticle agglomeration and its separation via nylon membranesJayalakshmi, Ayyavoo; Kim. In-Chul; Kwon, Young-NamARTICLE53 Suppression of gold nanoparticle agglomeration and its separation via nylon membranes
201707Application of AMC UF membranes blended with hydrophilic CA-graft copolymer for rejection of Fe(II)/(III) ions using various ligandsJayalakshmi, Ayyavoo; Kim, In-Chul; Kwon, Young-NamARTICLE333 Application of AMC UF membranes blended with hydrophilic CA-graft copolymer for rejection of Fe(II)/(III) ions using various ligands
201705Effects of interfacial polymerization conditions on performance of polyamide reverse osmosis membranes and optimization of polymerization conditions by statistical methodologyPark, Hyung-Gyu; Jung, Yong-Doo; Hong, Sung-Pyo, et alARTICLE129 Effects of interfacial polymerization conditions on performance of polyamide reverse osmosis membranes and optimization of polymerization conditions by statistical methodology
201703Surface modification of TFC FO membrane using N-isopropylacrylamide (NIPAM) to enhance fouling resistance and cleaning efficiencyJun, Byung-Moon; Nguyen, Thi Phuong Nga; Kim, Yu-Kyung, et alARTICLE200 Surface modification of TFC FO membrane using N-isopropylacrylamide (NIPAM) to enhance fouling resistance and cleaning efficiency
201702Adsorption of As(V) by boehmite and alumina of different morphologies prepared under hydrothermal conditionsDubey, Shashi Prabha; Dwivedi. Amarendra Dhar; Sillanpää. Mika, et alARTICLE203 Adsorption of As(V) by boehmite and alumina of different morphologies prepared under hydrothermal conditions
201702The chlorination mechanism of integrally asymmetric cellulose triacetate (CTA)-based and thin film composite polyamide-based forward osmosis membraneNguyen, Thi Phuong Nga; Jun, Byung-Moon; Kwon, Young-NamARTICLE370 The chlorination mechanism of integrally asymmetric cellulose triacetate (CTA)-based and thin film composite polyamide-based forward osmosis membrane
201702Improved water quality and phenol degradation via a combination of electron-beam irradiation (EBI) and activated carbon fiber (ACF)Gu, Joung-Eun; Son, Guntae; Lee, Hongshin, et alARTICLE218 Improved water quality and phenol degradation via a combination of electron-beam irradiation (EBI) and activated carbon fiber (ACF)
201701Science Walden: Exploring the Convergence of Environmental Technologies with Design and ArtLee, Hyun-Kyung; Cho, Kyung Hwa; Lee, Changsoo, et alARTICLE550 Science Walden: Exploring the Convergence of Environmental Technologies with Design and Art
201610Investigation of Hydrate-induced Ice Desalination (HIID) and its application to a pretreatment of reverse osmosis (RO) processHan, Sang-woo; Kim, Woojeong; Lee, Yohan, et alARTICLE319 Investigation of Hydrate-induced Ice Desalination (HIID) and its application to a pretreatment of reverse osmosis (RO) process
201610Protection of polymeric membranes with antifouling surfacing via surface modificationsAyyavoo, Jayalakshmi; Nguyen, Thi Phuong Nga; Jun, Byung-Moon, et alARTICLE336 Protection of polymeric membranes with antifouling surfacing via surface modifications
201607Application of a FO/MD-combined system for the desalination of saline solutionKwon, Young-Nam; Kim, Min-Jung; Lee, Yong TaekARTICLE545 Application of a FO/MD-combined system for the desalination of saline solution
201607Concentration polarization effect and preferable membrane configuration at pressure-retarded osmosis operationNguyen, Thi Phuong Nga; Jun, Byung-Moon; Park, Hyung Gyu, et alARTICLE388 Concentration polarization effect and preferable membrane configuration at pressure-retarded osmosis operation
201602Effect of feed spacer thickness on the fouling behavior in reverse osmosis process - A pilot scale studyPark, Hyung-Gyu; Cho, Sung-Geun; Kim, Kang-Jin, et alARTICLE500 Effect of feed spacer thickness on the fouling behavior in reverse osmosis process - A pilot scale study
201512Comparison of integrally asymmetric and thin film composite structures for a desirable fashion of forward osmosis membranesThi Phuong Nga Nguyen; Jun, Byung-Moon; Lee, Jong Hwa, et alARTICLE439 Comparison of integrally asymmetric and thin film composite structures for a desirable fashion of forward osmosis membranes

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