J. Veerman, M. Saakes, S.J. Metz, G.J. Harmsen, Electrical power from sea and river water by reverse electrodialysis: a first step from the laboratory to a real power plant, Environ. Sci. Technol. 44 (2010) 9207–9212.
Jan Harmsen, Process intensification: its drivers and hurdles for commercial implementation,Chemical Engineering and Processing 49 (2010) 70–73.
Jan Harmsen, Powell, Joseph B. (eds.), Sustainable Development in the Process Industries
Cases and Impact, ISBN-13: 978-0-470-18779-1 – John Wiley & Sons, New York (2010) 266 pages.
J. Veerman, reverse electrodialysis, design and optimization by modeling and experimentation, PhD thesis, RijksUniversiteit Groningen, 2010.
J. Veerman, M. Saakes, S.J. Metz, G.J. Harmsen, Reverse electrodyalysis, evaluation of suitable electrode systems, J. Appl. Electrochem. 40 (2010), 1461-1474.
J. Veerman, M. Saakes, S.J. Metz, G.J. Harmsen, Reverse electrodyalysis: a validated process model for design and optimization, Chem Eng J. 2010, Accepted, Available on line
J. Veerman, M. Saakes, S.J. Metz, G.J. Harmsen, Electrical Power from sea and River water by reverse electrodyalysis: a first step from the laboratory to a real power plant, Environmental Science & Technology, 2010, Accepted Available on line
A Buijs, GJ Harmsen – US Patent App. 20,100/218,675, 2010 , Gas separation apparatus
Jan Harmsen, .), Sustainable Development in the Process Industries: Cases and Impact, 7th European Congress of Chemical Engineering, 28 August-1 Sept. 2010, Lecture and Abstract Proceedings.CD-rom.
Jan Harmsen, .), Sustainable Development in the Process Industries: Cases and Impact, Poster at EESD10, Gothenburg, 20-22 September 2010.
Jan Harmsen, Onzekerheden rond het klimaat: Concrete aanbevelingen, Radix, Jaargang 36, no 4, 2010, p. 295-301.