|Orlando Coronell, PhD|
Environmental Sciences and Engineering
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|2010||University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign||PhD, Civil and Environmental Engineering|
|2004||University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign||MS, Civil and Environmental Engineering|
|2001||Universidad del Norte, Colombia||BS, Civil Engineering|
The Coronell Research Group studies physico-chemical processes for water purification with applications at both the treatment plant and point-of-use level. Currently, research in the Coronell Lab focuses on two main areas: (i) membrane technology, and (ii) redox processes. Our work on membrane technology aims to advance the understanding of the mechanisms of transport of water and contaminants through reverse osmosis and nanofiltration membranes, and fouling in low-pressure and high-pressure membrane processes. We are also interested in developing new improved membranes. Our work on redox processes currently focuses on the development of point-of-use systems for the removal of heavy metals. Applied projects addressing specific needs of plants or municipalities are also in progress.
|Coronell, O.; Mariñas, B.J.; Cahill, D.G. (2011)|
Depth heterogeneity of fully aromatic polyamide active layers in reverse osmosis and nanofiltration membranes.
Environmental Science and Technology: vol.45, p.4513-4520.
|Coronell, O.; González, M. I.; Mariñas, B. J.; Cahill, D. G. (2010)|
Ionization behavior, stoichiometry of association and accessibility of functional groups in the active layers of reverse osmosis and nanofiltration membranes.
Environmental Science and Technology: vol.44, p.6808-6814.
|Zhang, X.; Cahill, D.G.; Coronell, O.; Mariñas, B.J. (2009)|
Absorption of water in the active layer of reverse osmosis membranes.
Journal of Membrane Science: vol.331, p.143-151.
|Coronell, O.; Mariñas, B.J.; Zhang, X.; Cahill, D.G. (2008)|
Quantification of functional groups and modeling of their ionization behavior in the active layer of FT30 reverse osmosis membrane.
Environmental Science and Technology: vol.42, p.5260-5266.
|Zhang, X.; Cahill, D.G.; Coronell, O.; Mariñas, B.J. (2007)|
Partitioning of salt ions in FT30 reverse osmosis membranes.
Applied Physics Letters: vol.91, p.181904.