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Steven Duranceau


Department: CECE
Phone: 407-823-1440
Office: Engineering I Room 415
Resume: N/A

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

  • Ph.D. University of Central Florida Environmental Engineering
  • M.S. University of Central Florida Industrial Chemistry
  • B.S. Florida State University Chemistry
  • Professor
  • Faculty Advisor to Society of Environmental Engineers
  • Editorial Board, Membranes (MDPI Switzerland)
  • Associate Editor, Desalination and Water Treatment (Taylor & Francis)
  • Director Environmental Systems Engineering Institute
  • 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).