Professor Dianne Wiley

BAppSc(Chem), DipEd, GradCertPubSecMgmt, PhDFIEAust, FIChemE, FRACI, MIPAA, CEng, CChem

Head of School
School of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering

J01 - Chemical Engineering Building
The University of Sydney

Telephone +61 2 9351 2354

Website School of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering

Research interests

Professor Dianne Wiley is recognised as a world-leader in the development of membrane systems for wastewater treatment and other applications, and in the assessment of carbon capture and storage technologies. As Head of the School of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, her current role focuses on guiding the school's overall research program and helping to communicate its results to the research community, industry and the broader public.

"My own research falls into two areas. The first is helping industry and governments to understand how we as a global community can make it possible for affordable, reliable carbon capture and storage technologies to take their proper place in mitigating the huge negative impacts of climate change.

"The second is helping industry to understand at a fundamental level how to design and operate the next generation of membrane systems for different applications, including wastewater treatment, dairy processing and minerals recovery.

"I got involved in both these areas because they were very new at the time, with the potential to have a major effect on the way we reduce environmental impacts globally. As it's turned out, the impact of the development of membranes for water and wastewater treatment has been enormous, and I believe the same will happen with carbon capture and storage. That's what excites me - watching the development of two whole new industries.

"I joined the University of Sydney in 2016, because I want to be at a world-class University. I'm excited by the opportunity to engage with the school's researchers on the big issues facing the world today - energy, water, food, health and 'big data'.

"My role here is to engage with them to envision their research directions, and then stay out of their way while they get on with the research. I then re-engage with them on a regular basis to help understand the results, drive the fundamental interpretation and development of new knowledge and theories, and communicate these to the research community, industry and the broader public."

Associations

  • Fellow, Engineers Australia
  • Fellow, Institution of Chemical Engineers (Chartered Engineer)
  • Fellow, Royal Australian Chemical Institute (Chartered Chemist)
  • Member, Institute of Public Administration Australia

Awards and honours

  • One of Engineers Australia’s 25 most influential female engineers (2007)
  • Recipient, Innovative Teaching in Educational Technology (ITET) Fellowship, UNSW (2002)
  • Recipient, Vice-Chancellor’s Women in Management Scholarship, UNSW (2000-2001)
  • Recipient, Australian Postgraduate Award, UNSW (1984-1985)

In the media

    ARC Grants

    ARC Large Grant A00104323


    V. Chen and D.E. Wiley, 'Dynamic, competitive protein fouling during membrane filtration', $81,431 (2001), $58,191 (2002), $58,416 (2003).


    ARC Large Grant A10007165


    A.G. Fane, H.G.L. Coster, D.E. Wiley and R. Guenther, 'A smart membrane module for improved operation and control of membrane processes', $66,541 (2000), $69,500 (2001), $50,446 (2002)


    ARC Large Grant


    T.P. Davis and D.E. Wiley, 'Thermotropic hydrogels as novel membranes in industrial processes', $35,000 (1996), $25,000 (1997), $25,000 (1998)


    ARC Large Grant A89530289


    D.E. Wiley and V. Chen, 'Optimisation of colloidal coatings for membrane applications', $53,000 (1995), $33,000 (1996), $34,462 (1997)


    ARC Large Grant A89330566


    A.G. Fane and D.E. Wiley, 'Cleaning and restoration of fouled membranes', $85,000 (1994), $65,000 (1995), $55,000 (1996)


    ARC Large Grant A89131776


    A.G. Fane and D.E. Wiley, 'Fouling and cleaning in spacer filled modules for ultrafiltration', $34,000 (1992)


    International collaboration


      Domestic collaboration


        Selected grants

        2016

        • Endeavour Research Fellowship - Stefania Moioli; Wiley D; Department of Industry, Innovation and Science/Endeavour Fellowship.
        • Project 2.0 & 3.1 - CO2 Capture; Wiley D; CO2CRC Limited/CRC for Greenhouse Gas Technology.

        2013

        • Collaboration with Tsinghua University and other partners to establish joint R&D programs in the field of CO2 Capture; Webley P, Wiley D, Stevens G; Department of Industry, Innovation and Science/Australia China Science and Research Fund - Joint Research Centres.

        2011

        • Feedback destabilising control of electro-osmotic flow for reducing fouling and enhancing productivity of membrane systems; Bao J, Wiley D, Alexiadis A; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Discovery Projects (DP).

        Selected publications & creative works

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        Book Chapters

        • Ho, M., Wiley, D. (2016). Liquid absorbent-based post-combustion CO2 capture in industrial processes. In Paul H.M. Feron (Eds.), Absorption-Based Post-Combustion Capture of Carbon Dioxide, (pp. 711-756). Cambridge: Woodhead Publishing Ltd. [More Information]
        • Wiley, D., Kentish, S., Fimbres Weihs, G., Ho, M., Neal, P. (2014). Well to Wheels Environmental Considerations. In Robert Clark, Mark Thomson (Eds.), Transport Fuels from Australia's Gas Resources: Advancing the nation's energy security, (pp. 162-206). Sydney: University of New South Wales (UNSW) Press.
        • Panglisch, S., Keller, M., Linder, C., Fimbres-Weihs, G., Wiley, D., Geata, S., Drioli, E., Criscuoli, A. (2011). Optimization and modelling of seawater and brackish water reverse osmosis desalination processes. In editors, Enrico Drioli, Alessandra Criscuoli, Francesca Macedonio (Eds.), Membrane-based desalination : an integrated approach (MEDINA), (pp. 163-185). London: IWA Publishing.

        Journals

        • Turi, D., Ho, M., Ferrari, M., Chiesa, P., Wiley, D., Romano, M. (2017). CO2 capture from natural gas combined cycles by CO2 selective membranes. International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control, 61, 168-183. [More Information]
        • Raksajati, A., Ho, M., Wiley, D. (2017). Comparison of Design Options for Encapsulated Solvent Processes for CO2 capture. Energy Procedia, 114, 764-770. [More Information]
        • Ferrara, G., Lanzini, A., Ho, M., Wiley, D. (2017). Exergetic and exergoeconomic analysis of post-combustion CO2 capture using MEA-solvent chemical absorption. Energy, 130, 113-128. [More Information]
        • Ferrarra, G., Ho, M., Lanzini, A., Leone, P., Wiley, D. (2017). Exergetic and Exergoeconomic Analysis of Three Different Technologies for Post-combustion CO2 Capture. Energy Procedia, 114, 6455-6464. [More Information]
        • Neal, P., Ho, M., Fimbres Weihs, G., Wiley, D. (2017). From Building Blocks to Case Studies: Estimating the Costs of Transport and Storage for East Coast Australia. Energy Procedia, 114, 6411-6417. [More Information]
        • Qader, A., Webley, P., Stevens, G., Hooper, B., Harkin, T., Wiley, D., Kentish, S., Scholes, C., Smith, K., Mumford, K., et al (2017). Learnings from CO2CRC Capture Pilot Plant testing � assessing technology development. Energy Procedia, 114, 5855-5868. [More Information]
        • Moioli, S., Ho, M., Wiley, D. (2017). Simulation of CO2 Removal by Potassium Taurate Solution. Chemical Engineering Transactions, 57, 1213-1218. [More Information]
        • Raksajati, A., Ho, M., Wiley, D. (2017). Techno-economic Evaluation of CO2 Capture from Flue Gases Using Encapsulated Solvent. Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, 56, 1604-1620. [More Information]
        • Liang, Y., Fimbres Weihs, G., Wiley, D. (2016). CFD modelling of electro-osmotic permeate flux enhancement in spacer-filled membrane channels. Journal of Membrane Science, 507, 107-118. [More Information]
        • Liang, Y., Fimbres Weihs, G., Setiawan, R., Wiley, D. (2016). CFD modelling of unsteady electro-osmotic permeate flux enhancement in membrane systems. Chemical Engineering Science, 146, 189-198. [More Information]
        • Wang, Z., Fimbres Weihs, G., Neal, P., Wiley, D. (2016). Effects of pipeline distance, injectivity and capacity on CO2 pipeline and storage site selection. International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control, 51, 95-105. [More Information]
        • Ho, M., Wiley, D. (2016). Flexible strategies to facilitate carbon capture deployment at pulverised coal power plants. International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control, 48 Pt 2, 290-299. [More Information]
        • Scholes, C., Ho, M., Wiley, D. (2016). Membrane-Cryogenic Post-Combustion Carbon Capture of Flue Gases from NGCC. Technologies, 14(2), 1-14. [More Information]
        • Ratnayake, P., Setiawan, R., Bao, J., Fimbres Weihs, G., Wiley, D. (2016). Spatio-temporal frequency response analysis of forced slip velocity effect on solute concentration oscillations in a reverse osmosis membrane channel. Computers and Chemical Engineering, 84, 151-161. [More Information]
        • Khorshidi, Z., Florin, N., Ho, M., Wiley, D. (2016). Techno-economic evaluation of co-firing biomass gas with natural gas in existing NGCC plants with and without CO2 capture. International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control, 49, 343-363. [More Information]
        • Raksajati, A., Ho, M., Wiley, D. (2016). Understanding the Impact of Process Design on the Cost of CO2 Capture for Precipitating Solvent Absorption. Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, 55(7), 1980-1994. [More Information]
        • Abanades, J., Arias, B., Lyngfelt, A., Mattisson, T., Wiley, D., Li, H., Ho, M., Mangano, E., Brandani, S. (2015). Emerging CO2 capture systems. International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control, 40, 126-166. [More Information]
        • Setiawan, R., Ratnayake, P., Bao, J., Fimbres Weihs, G., Wiley, D. (2015). Reduced-order model for the analysis of mass transfer enhancement in membrane channel using electro-osmosis. Chemical Engineering Science, 122, 86-96. [More Information]
        • Khorshidi, Z., Ho, M., Wiley, D. (2015). Techno-economic evaluation of using biomass-fired auxiliary units for supplying energy requirements of CO2capture in coal-fired power plants. International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control, 32, 24-36. [More Information]
        • Liang, Y., Fimbres Weihs, G., Wiley, D. (2014). Approximation for modelling electro-osmotic mixing in the boundary layer of membrane systems. Journal of Membrane Science, 450, 18-27. [More Information]
        • Fimbres Weihs, G., Wiley, D. (2014). CFD analysis of tracer response technique under cake-enhanced osmotic pressure. Journal of Membrane Science, 449, 38-49. [More Information]
        • Liang, Y., Chapman, M., Fimbres Weihs, G., Wiley, D. (2014). CFD modelling of electro-osmotic permeate flux enhancement on the feed side of a membrane module. Journal of Membrane Science, 470, 378-388. [More Information]
        • Pandit, J., Harkin, T., Anderson, C., Ho, M., Wiley, D., Hooper, B. (2014). CO2 emission reduction from natural gas power stations using a precipitating solvent absorption process. International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control, 28, 234-247. [More Information]
        • Wang, Z., Fimbres Weihs, G., Neal, P., Wiley, D. (2014). Effect of storage capacity on CO2 pipeline optimisation. Energy Procedia, 63, 2757-2763. [More Information]
        • Khorshidi, Z., Ho, M., Wiley, D. (2014). Energy for CO2 capture: Use of an auxiliary biomass combined heat and power unit. Energy Procedia, 63, 6792-6799. [More Information]
        • Anderson, C., Ho, M., Harkin, T., Wiley, D., Hooper, B. (2014). Large scale economics of a precipitating potassium carbonate CO2 capture process for black coal power generation. Greenhouse Gases: Science and Technology, 4(1), 8-19. [More Information]
        • Scholes, C., Ho, M., Aguiar, A., Wiley, D., Stevens, G., Kentish, S. (2014). Membrane gas separation processes for CO2 capture from cement kiln flue gas. International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control, 24, 78-86. [More Information]
        • Wang, Z., Fimbres Weihs, G., Cardenas, G., Wiley, D. (2014). Optimal pipeline design for CCS projects with anticipated increasing CO2 flow rates. International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control, 31, 165-174. [More Information]
        • Hou, W., Ho, M., Wiley, D. (2014). Pathways for deploying low-emission technologies in an integrated electricity market: An Australian case study. Energy Procedia, 63, 6864-6870. [More Information]
        • Voleno, A., Romano, M., Turi, D., Chiesa, P., Ho, M., Wiley, D. (2014). Post-combustion CO2 capture from natural gas combined cycles by solvent supported membranes. Energy Procedia, 63, 7389-7397. [More Information]
        • Anderson, C., Hooper, B., Qader, A., Harkin, T., Smith, K., Mumford, K., Pandit, J., Ho, M., Lee, A., Nicholas, N., et al (2014). Recent Developments in the UNO MK 3 Process – A Low Cost, Environmentally Benign Precipitating Process for CO2 Capture. Energy Procedia, 63, 1773-1780. [More Information]
        • Raksajati, A., Ho, M., Wiley, D. (2014). Reducing the cost of CO2 capture from flue gases using phasechange solvent absorption. Energy Procedia, 63, 2280-2288. [More Information]
        • Khorshidi, Z., Ho, M., Wiley, D. (2014). The impact of biomass quality and quantity on the performance and economics of co-firing plants with and without CO2 capture. International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control, 21, 191-202. [More Information]
        • Fimbres Weihs, G., Kumar, K., Wiley, D. (2014). Understanding the economic feasibility of ship transport of CO2 within the CCS chain. Energy Procedia, 63, 2630-2637. [More Information]
        • Ho, M., Bustamante, A., Wiley, D. (2013). Comparison of CO2 capture economics for iron and steel mills. International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control, 19, 145-159. [More Information]
        • Ouyang, H., Bao, J., Fimbres Weihs, G., Wiley, D. (2013). Control study on mixing enhancement in boundary layers of membrane systems. Journal of Process Control, 23(8), 1197-1204. [More Information]
        • Scholes, C., Ho, M., Wiley, D., Stevens, G., Kentish, S. (2013). Cost competitive membrane-cryogenic post-combustion carbon capture. International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control, 17, 341-348. [More Information]
        • Zhang, Y., Ho, M., Wiley, D. (2013). Investigating flexible carbon capture opportunities in the Australian electricity market. Energy Procedia, 37, 2746-2753. [More Information]
        • Wang, Z., Cardenas, G., Fimbres Weihs, G., Wiley, D. (2013). Optimal pipeline design with increasing CO2 flow rates. Energy Procedia, 37, 3089-3096. [More Information]
        • Woods, M., Ho, M., Wiley, D. (2013). Pathways for deploying CCS at Australian power plants. Energy Procedia, 37, 2602-2610. [More Information]
        • Raksajati, A., Ho, M., Wiley, D. (2013). Reducing the Cost of CO2 Capture from Flue Gases Using Aqueous Chemical Absorption. Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, 52(47), 16887-16901. [More Information]
        • Khorshidi, Z., Ho, M., Wiley, D. (2013). Techno-economic study of biomass co-firing with and without CO2 capture in an Australian black coal-fired power plant. Energy Procedia, 37, 6035-6042. [More Information]
        • Yee, K., Bao, J., Wiley, D. (2012). Dynamic operability analysis of an industrial membrane separation process. Chemical Engineering Science, 71, 85-96. [More Information]
        • Fimbres Weihs, G., Wiley, D. (2012). Steady-state design of CO 2 pipeline networks for minimal cost per tonne of CO 2 avoided. International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control, 8, 150-168. [More Information]
        • Fimbres Weihs, G., Wiley, D. (2012). Steady-state design of CO2 pipeline networks for minimal cost per tonne of CO2 avoided. International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control, 8, 150-168. [More Information]
        • Wiley, D., Ho, M., Bustamente, A. (2011). Assessment of opportunities for CO 2 capture at iron and steel mills: An Australian perspective. Energy Procedia, 4, 2654-2661. [More Information]
        • Ho, M., Allinson, G., Wiley, D. (2011). Comparison of MEA capture cost for low CO2 emissions sources in Australia. International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control, 5(1), 49-60. [More Information]
        • Fimbres Weihs, G., Wiley, D., Ho, M. (2011). Steady-state optimisation of CCS pipeline networks for cases with multiple emission sources and injection sites: South-east Queensland case study. Energy Procedia, 4, 2748-2755. [More Information]
        • Wiley, D., Ho, M., Donde, L. (2011). Technical and economic opportunities for flexible CO 2 capture at Australian black coal fired power plants. Energy Procedia, 4, 1893-1900. [More Information]
        • Fimbres Weihs, G., Wiley, D. (2010). Review of 3D CFD modeling of flow and mass transfer in narrow spacer-filled channels in membrane modules. Chemical Engineering and Processing, 49(7), 759-781. [More Information]
        • Yee, K., Wiley, D., Bao, J. (2009). A unified model of the time dependence of flux decline for the long-term ultrafiltration of whey. Journal of Membrane Science, 332, 69-80. [More Information]
        • Yee, K., Alexiadis, A., Bao, J., Wiley, D. (2009). Effects of recycle ratios on process dynamics and operability of a whey ultrafiltration stage. Desalination, 236, 216-223. [More Information]
        • Moresi, M., Sebastiani, I., Wiley, D. (2009). Experimental strategy to assess the main engineering parameters characterizing sodium alginate recovery from model solutions by ceramic tubular ultrafiltration membrane modules. Journal of Membrane Science, 326(2), 441-452. [More Information]
        • Ho, M., Allinson, G., Wiley, D. (2009). Factors affecting the cost of capture for Australian lignite coal fired power plants. Energy Procedia, 1(1), 763-770. [More Information]
        • Alexiadis, A., Wiley, D., Vishnoi, A., Lee, R., Fletcher, D., Bao, J. (2007). CFD modelling of reverse osmosis membrane flow and validation with experimental results. Desalination, 217, 242-250. [More Information]
        • Alexiadis, A., Wiley, D., Fletcher, D., Bao, J. (2007). Laminar flow transitions in a 2D channel with circular spacers. Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, 46(16), 5387-5396. [More Information]
        • Alexiadis, A., Bao, J., Fletcher, D., Wiley, D., Clements, D. (2006). Dynamic response of a high-pressure reverse osmosis membrane simulation to time dependent disturbances. Desalination, 191(1-3), 397-403. [More Information]
        • Ndinisa, N., Fane, A., Wiley, D., Fletcher, D. (2006). Fouling control in a submerged flat sheet membrane system: Part II - Two-Phase flow characterization and CFD simulations. Separation Science and Technology, 41(7), 1411-1445. [More Information]
        • Fimbres-Weihs, G., Wiley, D., Fletcher, D. (2006). Unsteady flows with mass transfer in narrow zigzag spacer-filled channels: A numerical study. Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, 45(19), 6594-6603. [More Information]
        • Alexiadis, A., Bao, J., Fletcher, D., Wiley, D., Clements, D. (2005). Analysis of the dynamic response of a reverse osmosis membrane to time-dependent transmembrane pressure variation. Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, 44(20), 7823-7834. [More Information]
        • Ndinisa, N., Wiley, D., Fletcher, D. (2005). Computational fluid dynamics simulations of Taylor bubbles in tubular membranes - Model validation and application to Laminar flow systems. Chemical Engineering Research and Design, 83(1), 40-49. [More Information]
        • Schwinge, J., Neal, P., Wiley, D., Fletcher, D., Fane, A. (2004). Spiral Wound Modules And Spacers - Review And Analysis. Journal of Membrane Science, 242(1-2), 129-153. [More Information]
        • Schwinge, J., Wiley, D., Fletcher, D. (2003). Simulation of Unsteady Flow and Vortex Shedding for Narrow Spacer-Filled Channels. Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, 42(20), 4962-4977.
        • Wiley, D., Fletcher, D. (2003). Techniques for Computational Fluid Dynamics Modelling of Flow in Membrane Channels. Journal of Membrane Science, 211(1), 127-137. [More Information]
        • Schwinge, J., Wiley, D., Fletcher, D. (2002). A CFD study of unsteady flow in narrow spacer-filled channels for spiral-wound membrane modules. Desalination, 146(1-3), 195-201. [More Information]
        • Wiley, D., Fletcher, D. (2002). Computational fluid fynamics modelling of flow and permeation for pressure-driven membrane processes. Desalination, 145, 183-186. [More Information]
        • Schwinge, J., Wiley, D., Fletcher, D. (2002). Simulation of the flow around spacer filaments between channel walls. 2. mass -transfer enhancement. Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, 41(19), 4879-4888.
        • Schwinge, J., Wiley, D., Fletcher, D. (2002). Simulation of the flow around spacer filaments between narrow channel walls. 1. Hydrodynamics. Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, 41(12), 2977-2987.

        Conferences

        • Ouyang, H., Bao, J., Fimbres Weihs, G., Wiley, D. (2012). Optimal feedback design for mixing enhancement in boundary layers of membrane systems. 2012 Australian Control Conference.

        Research Reports

        • Wiley, D., Neal, P., Ho, M., Fimbres Weihs, G. (2015). Australian Power Generation Technology Report | 10: Carbon Dioxide Transport and Storage, (pp. 179 - 201). Melbourne, Australia: Electric Power Research Institute.
        • Wiley, D., Neal, P., Ho, M., Fimbres Weihs, G. (2015). Australian Power Generation Technology Report | 20: CO2 Transport and Storage Case Studies, (pp. 277 - 292). Melbourne, Australia: Electric Power Research Institute.
        • Wiley, D., Neal, P., Ho, M., Fimbres Weihs, G. (2015). Australian Power Generation Technology Report | 21: CO2 Transport and Storage - Additional Datasets, (pp. 293 - 325). Melbourne, Australia: Electric Power Research Institute.

        2017

        • Turi, D., Ho, M., Ferrari, M., Chiesa, P., Wiley, D., Romano, M. (2017). CO2 capture from natural gas combined cycles by CO2 selective membranes. International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control, 61, 168-183. [More Information]
        • Raksajati, A., Ho, M., Wiley, D. (2017). Comparison of Design Options for Encapsulated Solvent Processes for CO2 capture. Energy Procedia, 114, 764-770. [More Information]
        • Ferrara, G., Lanzini, A., Ho, M., Wiley, D. (2017). Exergetic and exergoeconomic analysis of post-combustion CO2 capture using MEA-solvent chemical absorption. Energy, 130, 113-128. [More Information]
        • Ferrarra, G., Ho, M., Lanzini, A., Leone, P., Wiley, D. (2017). Exergetic and Exergoeconomic Analysis of Three Different Technologies for Post-combustion CO2 Capture. Energy Procedia, 114, 6455-6464. [More Information]
        • Neal, P., Ho, M., Fimbres Weihs, G., Wiley, D. (2017). From Building Blocks to Case Studies: Estimating the Costs of Transport and Storage for East Coast Australia. Energy Procedia, 114, 6411-6417. [More Information]
        • Qader, A., Webley, P., Stevens, G., Hooper, B., Harkin, T., Wiley, D., Kentish, S., Scholes, C., Smith, K., Mumford, K., et al (2017). Learnings from CO2CRC Capture Pilot Plant testing � assessing technology development. Energy Procedia, 114, 5855-5868. [More Information]
        • Moioli, S., Ho, M., Wiley, D. (2017). Simulation of CO2 Removal by Potassium Taurate Solution. Chemical Engineering Transactions, 57, 1213-1218. [More Information]
        • Raksajati, A., Ho, M., Wiley, D. (2017). Techno-economic Evaluation of CO2 Capture from Flue Gases Using Encapsulated Solvent. Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, 56, 1604-1620. [More Information]

        2016

        • Liang, Y., Fimbres Weihs, G., Wiley, D. (2016). CFD modelling of electro-osmotic permeate flux enhancement in spacer-filled membrane channels. Journal of Membrane Science, 507, 107-118. [More Information]
        • Liang, Y., Fimbres Weihs, G., Setiawan, R., Wiley, D. (2016). CFD modelling of unsteady electro-osmotic permeate flux enhancement in membrane systems. Chemical Engineering Science, 146, 189-198. [More Information]
        • Wang, Z., Fimbres Weihs, G., Neal, P., Wiley, D. (2016). Effects of pipeline distance, injectivity and capacity on CO2 pipeline and storage site selection. International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control, 51, 95-105. [More Information]
        • Ho, M., Wiley, D. (2016). Flexible strategies to facilitate carbon capture deployment at pulverised coal power plants. International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control, 48 Pt 2, 290-299. [More Information]
        • Ho, M., Wiley, D. (2016). Liquid absorbent-based post-combustion CO2 capture in industrial processes. In Paul H.M. Feron (Eds.), Absorption-Based Post-Combustion Capture of Carbon Dioxide, (pp. 711-756). Cambridge: Woodhead Publishing Ltd. [More Information]
        • Scholes, C., Ho, M., Wiley, D. (2016). Membrane-Cryogenic Post-Combustion Carbon Capture of Flue Gases from NGCC. Technologies, 14(2), 1-14. [More Information]
        • Ratnayake, P., Setiawan, R., Bao, J., Fimbres Weihs, G., Wiley, D. (2016). Spatio-temporal frequency response analysis of forced slip velocity effect on solute concentration oscillations in a reverse osmosis membrane channel. Computers and Chemical Engineering, 84, 151-161. [More Information]
        • Khorshidi, Z., Florin, N., Ho, M., Wiley, D. (2016). Techno-economic evaluation of co-firing biomass gas with natural gas in existing NGCC plants with and without CO2 capture. International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control, 49, 343-363. [More Information]
        • Raksajati, A., Ho, M., Wiley, D. (2016). Understanding the Impact of Process Design on the Cost of CO2 Capture for Precipitating Solvent Absorption. Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, 55(7), 1980-1994. [More Information]

        2015

        • Wiley, D., Neal, P., Ho, M., Fimbres Weihs, G. (2015). Australian Power Generation Technology Report | 10: Carbon Dioxide Transport and Storage, (pp. 179 - 201). Melbourne, Australia: Electric Power Research Institute.
        • Wiley, D., Neal, P., Ho, M., Fimbres Weihs, G. (2015). Australian Power Generation Technology Report | 20: CO2 Transport and Storage Case Studies, (pp. 277 - 292). Melbourne, Australia: Electric Power Research Institute.
        • Wiley, D., Neal, P., Ho, M., Fimbres Weihs, G. (2015). Australian Power Generation Technology Report | 21: CO2 Transport and Storage - Additional Datasets, (pp. 293 - 325). Melbourne, Australia: Electric Power Research Institute.
        • Abanades, J., Arias, B., Lyngfelt, A., Mattisson, T., Wiley, D., Li, H., Ho, M., Mangano, E., Brandani, S. (2015). Emerging CO2 capture systems. International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control, 40, 126-166. [More Information]
        • Setiawan, R., Ratnayake, P., Bao, J., Fimbres Weihs, G., Wiley, D. (2015). Reduced-order model for the analysis of mass transfer enhancement in membrane channel using electro-osmosis. Chemical Engineering Science, 122, 86-96. [More Information]
        • Khorshidi, Z., Ho, M., Wiley, D. (2015). Techno-economic evaluation of using biomass-fired auxiliary units for supplying energy requirements of CO2capture in coal-fired power plants. International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control, 32, 24-36. [More Information]

        2014

        • Liang, Y., Fimbres Weihs, G., Wiley, D. (2014). Approximation for modelling electro-osmotic mixing in the boundary layer of membrane systems. Journal of Membrane Science, 450, 18-27. [More Information]
        • Fimbres Weihs, G., Wiley, D. (2014). CFD analysis of tracer response technique under cake-enhanced osmotic pressure. Journal of Membrane Science, 449, 38-49. [More Information]
        • Liang, Y., Chapman, M., Fimbres Weihs, G., Wiley, D. (2014). CFD modelling of electro-osmotic permeate flux enhancement on the feed side of a membrane module. Journal of Membrane Science, 470, 378-388. [More Information]
        • Pandit, J., Harkin, T., Anderson, C., Ho, M., Wiley, D., Hooper, B. (2014). CO2 emission reduction from natural gas power stations using a precipitating solvent absorption process. International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control, 28, 234-247. [More Information]
        • Wang, Z., Fimbres Weihs, G., Neal, P., Wiley, D. (2014). Effect of storage capacity on CO2 pipeline optimisation. Energy Procedia, 63, 2757-2763. [More Information]
        • Khorshidi, Z., Ho, M., Wiley, D. (2014). Energy for CO2 capture: Use of an auxiliary biomass combined heat and power unit. Energy Procedia, 63, 6792-6799. [More Information]
        • Anderson, C., Ho, M., Harkin, T., Wiley, D., Hooper, B. (2014). Large scale economics of a precipitating potassium carbonate CO2 capture process for black coal power generation. Greenhouse Gases: Science and Technology, 4(1), 8-19. [More Information]
        • Scholes, C., Ho, M., Aguiar, A., Wiley, D., Stevens, G., Kentish, S. (2014). Membrane gas separation processes for CO2 capture from cement kiln flue gas. International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control, 24, 78-86. [More Information]
        • Wang, Z., Fimbres Weihs, G., Cardenas, G., Wiley, D. (2014). Optimal pipeline design for CCS projects with anticipated increasing CO2 flow rates. International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control, 31, 165-174. [More Information]
        • Hou, W., Ho, M., Wiley, D. (2014). Pathways for deploying low-emission technologies in an integrated electricity market: An Australian case study. Energy Procedia, 63, 6864-6870. [More Information]
        • Voleno, A., Romano, M., Turi, D., Chiesa, P., Ho, M., Wiley, D. (2014). Post-combustion CO2 capture from natural gas combined cycles by solvent supported membranes. Energy Procedia, 63, 7389-7397. [More Information]
        • Anderson, C., Hooper, B., Qader, A., Harkin, T., Smith, K., Mumford, K., Pandit, J., Ho, M., Lee, A., Nicholas, N., et al (2014). Recent Developments in the UNO MK 3 Process – A Low Cost, Environmentally Benign Precipitating Process for CO2 Capture. Energy Procedia, 63, 1773-1780. [More Information]
        • Raksajati, A., Ho, M., Wiley, D. (2014). Reducing the cost of CO2 capture from flue gases using phasechange solvent absorption. Energy Procedia, 63, 2280-2288. [More Information]
        • Khorshidi, Z., Ho, M., Wiley, D. (2014). The impact of biomass quality and quantity on the performance and economics of co-firing plants with and without CO2 capture. International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control, 21, 191-202. [More Information]
        • Fimbres Weihs, G., Kumar, K., Wiley, D. (2014). Understanding the economic feasibility of ship transport of CO2 within the CCS chain. Energy Procedia, 63, 2630-2637. [More Information]
        • Wiley, D., Kentish, S., Fimbres Weihs, G., Ho, M., Neal, P. (2014). Well to Wheels Environmental Considerations. In Robert Clark, Mark Thomson (Eds.), Transport Fuels from Australia's Gas Resources: Advancing the nation's energy security, (pp. 162-206). Sydney: University of New South Wales (UNSW) Press.

        2013

        • Ho, M., Bustamante, A., Wiley, D. (2013). Comparison of CO2 capture economics for iron and steel mills. International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control, 19, 145-159. [More Information]
        • Ouyang, H., Bao, J., Fimbres Weihs, G., Wiley, D. (2013). Control study on mixing enhancement in boundary layers of membrane systems. Journal of Process Control, 23(8), 1197-1204. [More Information]
        • Scholes, C., Ho, M., Wiley, D., Stevens, G., Kentish, S. (2013). Cost competitive membrane-cryogenic post-combustion carbon capture. International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control, 17, 341-348. [More Information]
        • Zhang, Y., Ho, M., Wiley, D. (2013). Investigating flexible carbon capture opportunities in the Australian electricity market. Energy Procedia, 37, 2746-2753. [More Information]
        • Wang, Z., Cardenas, G., Fimbres Weihs, G., Wiley, D. (2013). Optimal pipeline design with increasing CO2 flow rates. Energy Procedia, 37, 3089-3096. [More Information]
        • Woods, M., Ho, M., Wiley, D. (2013). Pathways for deploying CCS at Australian power plants. Energy Procedia, 37, 2602-2610. [More Information]
        • Raksajati, A., Ho, M., Wiley, D. (2013). Reducing the Cost of CO2 Capture from Flue Gases Using Aqueous Chemical Absorption. Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, 52(47), 16887-16901. [More Information]
        • Khorshidi, Z., Ho, M., Wiley, D. (2013). Techno-economic study of biomass co-firing with and without CO2 capture in an Australian black coal-fired power plant. Energy Procedia, 37, 6035-6042. [More Information]

        2012

        • Yee, K., Bao, J., Wiley, D. (2012). Dynamic operability analysis of an industrial membrane separation process. Chemical Engineering Science, 71, 85-96. [More Information]
        • Ouyang, H., Bao, J., Fimbres Weihs, G., Wiley, D. (2012). Optimal feedback design for mixing enhancement in boundary layers of membrane systems. 2012 Australian Control Conference.
        • Fimbres Weihs, G., Wiley, D. (2012). Steady-state design of CO 2 pipeline networks for minimal cost per tonne of CO 2 avoided. International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control, 8, 150-168. [More Information]
        • Fimbres Weihs, G., Wiley, D. (2012). Steady-state design of CO2 pipeline networks for minimal cost per tonne of CO2 avoided. International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control, 8, 150-168. [More Information]

        2011

        • Wiley, D., Ho, M., Bustamente, A. (2011). Assessment of opportunities for CO 2 capture at iron and steel mills: An Australian perspective. Energy Procedia, 4, 2654-2661. [More Information]
        • Ho, M., Allinson, G., Wiley, D. (2011). Comparison of MEA capture cost for low CO2 emissions sources in Australia. International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control, 5(1), 49-60. [More Information]
        • Panglisch, S., Keller, M., Linder, C., Fimbres-Weihs, G., Wiley, D., Geata, S., Drioli, E., Criscuoli, A. (2011). Optimization and modelling of seawater and brackish water reverse osmosis desalination processes. In editors, Enrico Drioli, Alessandra Criscuoli, Francesca Macedonio (Eds.), Membrane-based desalination : an integrated approach (MEDINA), (pp. 163-185). London: IWA Publishing.
        • Fimbres Weihs, G., Wiley, D., Ho, M. (2011). Steady-state optimisation of CCS pipeline networks for cases with multiple emission sources and injection sites: South-east Queensland case study. Energy Procedia, 4, 2748-2755. [More Information]
        • Wiley, D., Ho, M., Donde, L. (2011). Technical and economic opportunities for flexible CO 2 capture at Australian black coal fired power plants. Energy Procedia, 4, 1893-1900. [More Information]

        2010

        • Fimbres Weihs, G., Wiley, D. (2010). Review of 3D CFD modeling of flow and mass transfer in narrow spacer-filled channels in membrane modules. Chemical Engineering and Processing, 49(7), 759-781. [More Information]

        2009

        • Yee, K., Wiley, D., Bao, J. (2009). A unified model of the time dependence of flux decline for the long-term ultrafiltration of whey. Journal of Membrane Science, 332, 69-80. [More Information]
        • Yee, K., Alexiadis, A., Bao, J., Wiley, D. (2009). Effects of recycle ratios on process dynamics and operability of a whey ultrafiltration stage. Desalination, 236, 216-223. [More Information]
        • Moresi, M., Sebastiani, I., Wiley, D. (2009). Experimental strategy to assess the main engineering parameters characterizing sodium alginate recovery from model solutions by ceramic tubular ultrafiltration membrane modules. Journal of Membrane Science, 326(2), 441-452. [More Information]
        • Ho, M., Allinson, G., Wiley, D. (2009). Factors affecting the cost of capture for Australian lignite coal fired power plants. Energy Procedia, 1(1), 763-770. [More Information]

        2007

        • Alexiadis, A., Wiley, D., Vishnoi, A., Lee, R., Fletcher, D., Bao, J. (2007). CFD modelling of reverse osmosis membrane flow and validation with experimental results. Desalination, 217, 242-250. [More Information]
        • Alexiadis, A., Wiley, D., Fletcher, D., Bao, J. (2007). Laminar flow transitions in a 2D channel with circular spacers. Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, 46(16), 5387-5396. [More Information]

        2006

        • Alexiadis, A., Bao, J., Fletcher, D., Wiley, D., Clements, D. (2006). Dynamic response of a high-pressure reverse osmosis membrane simulation to time dependent disturbances. Desalination, 191(1-3), 397-403. [More Information]
        • Ndinisa, N., Fane, A., Wiley, D., Fletcher, D. (2006). Fouling control in a submerged flat sheet membrane system: Part II - Two-Phase flow characterization and CFD simulations. Separation Science and Technology, 41(7), 1411-1445. [More Information]
        • Fimbres-Weihs, G., Wiley, D., Fletcher, D. (2006). Unsteady flows with mass transfer in narrow zigzag spacer-filled channels: A numerical study. Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, 45(19), 6594-6603. [More Information]

        2005

        • Alexiadis, A., Bao, J., Fletcher, D., Wiley, D., Clements, D. (2005). Analysis of the dynamic response of a reverse osmosis membrane to time-dependent transmembrane pressure variation. Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, 44(20), 7823-7834. [More Information]
        • Ndinisa, N., Wiley, D., Fletcher, D. (2005). Computational fluid dynamics simulations of Taylor bubbles in tubular membranes - Model validation and application to Laminar flow systems. Chemical Engineering Research and Design, 83(1), 40-49. [More Information]

        2004

        • Schwinge, J., Neal, P., Wiley, D., Fletcher, D., Fane, A. (2004). Spiral Wound Modules And Spacers - Review And Analysis. Journal of Membrane Science, 242(1-2), 129-153. [More Information]

        2003

        • Schwinge, J., Wiley, D., Fletcher, D. (2003). Simulation of Unsteady Flow and Vortex Shedding for Narrow Spacer-Filled Channels. Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, 42(20), 4962-4977.
        • Wiley, D., Fletcher, D. (2003). Techniques for Computational Fluid Dynamics Modelling of Flow in Membrane Channels. Journal of Membrane Science, 211(1), 127-137. [More Information]

        2002

        • Schwinge, J., Wiley, D., Fletcher, D. (2002). A CFD study of unsteady flow in narrow spacer-filled channels for spiral-wound membrane modules. Desalination, 146(1-3), 195-201. [More Information]
        • Wiley, D., Fletcher, D. (2002). Computational fluid fynamics modelling of flow and permeation for pressure-driven membrane processes. Desalination, 145, 183-186. [More Information]
        • Schwinge, J., Wiley, D., Fletcher, D. (2002). Simulation of the flow around spacer filaments between channel walls. 2. mass -transfer enhancement. Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, 41(19), 4879-4888.
        • Schwinge, J., Wiley, D., Fletcher, D. (2002). Simulation of the flow around spacer filaments between narrow channel walls. 1. Hydrodynamics. Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, 41(12), 2977-2987.

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