Bin YAN graduated with a degree of Bachelor (Hons) of Engineering (Mechanical Engineering) from UWA in 2011. Following a four year career in the gold mining industry with Stone Resources Australia Ltd, Bin is undertaking PhD studies with UWA in the NMR subgroup.
PhD Title: Understanding the behaviour of fouling on ultrafiltration hollow fiber (UFHF) membranes using low field Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) apparatus.
The aim of this research is to test and understand the fouling behaviour for UFHF membranes; to allow a better understanding of the effects of colloidal and plastics on the operation of UFHF membrane modules. My research work also includes improving the resolution of the benchtop NMR apparatus, developing and refining the NMR Pulsed Field Gradient techniques (phase contrast velocity imaging) achieving both accuracy and efficiency.Back to Our People