Christian’s D.Phil research is aimed at improving the availability of more sustainable desalination solutions in medium- and low-income countries. The objective of his research is to enhance the recovery of seawater desalination processes at lower energy consumption with membrane-based processes to offer a more sustainable and economical source of freshwater.
- Christian D. Peters and Nicholas P. Hankins: “Making Zero-liquid Discharge Desalination Greener: Utilising Low-grade Heat and Vacuum Membrane Distillation for the Regeneration of Volatile Draw Solutes”, Desalination, 2021, 507, 115034. doi: 10.1016/j.desal.2021.115034.
- Christian D. Peters and Nicholas P. Hankins: “The Synergy between Osmotically Assisted Reverse Osmosis (OARO) and the Use of Thermo-Responsive Draw Solutions for Energy-Efficient, Zero-Liquid Discharge Desalination”, Desalination, 2020, 493, 114630. doi: 10.1016/j.desal.2020.114630
- Basma Al-Najar, Christian D. Peters, Hanan Albuﬂasa, Nicholas P. Hankins: “Pressure and Osmotically Driven Membrane Processes: A Review of the Beneﬁts and Production of Nano-enhanced Membranes for Desalination”, Desalination, 2020, 479, 114323.
- Christian D. Peters and Nicholas P. Hankins: “Osmotically Assisted Reverse Osmosis (OARO): Five Approaches to Dewatering Saline Brines using Pressure-driven Membrane Processes”, Desalination, 2019, 458, 1-13.