Steven Duranceau

Civil, Environmental and Construction Engineering

Positions

UCF

  • Professor

Editorial

  • Editorial Board, Membranes (MDPI Switzerland)
  • Associate Editor, Desalination and Water Treatment (Taylor & Francis)

Leadership

  • Director Environmental Systems Engineering Institute

Advisor

  • Faculty Advisor to Society of Environmental Engineers

Education

Ph.D. Environmental Engineering University of Central Florida

M.S. Industrial Chemistry University of Central Florida

B.S. Chemistry Florida State University

Research Interests

Environmental Engineering; Potable Water Quality and Treatment; Water Distribution System Infrastructure; Corrosion Control; Membranes; Desalination; Disinfection

Selected Publications

  • Boyd, C. and S.J. Duranceau. “Membrane Filtration System Fouling Evaluation Using A Novel Transmembrane Pressure (TMP) Balance Approach.” Journal of Membrane Science. 446: 456-464 (2013).
  • Fang, Y. and S.J. Duranceau. “Modeling Mass Transfer Using Surface Morphology in Full-Scale Reverse Osmosis Membrane Processes.” Desalination and Water Treatment. 51:34-36, 6459-6471 (2013).
  • Duranceau, S.J. Determination of Total Iodide in Seawater Permeate. Desalination. Vol. 261; 251-254 (2010).
  • Duranceau, S.J., H.R. Palmer and R.J. Wilder. “Bottled Water Storage Location and Its Impact on Bacteriological Quality.” International Journal of Environmental Health Research. 22(6):543-59 (2012).
  • Duranceau, S.J. and J.S Taylor, “Chapter 11 Membrane Processes” in Water Quality and Treatment, 6th Edition. Ed. J. K. Edzwald. New York: McGraw-Hill; pages 11-1 to 11-106 (2010).