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Modeling of an integrated membrance process for water reclamation.

Dianna Sheryl Senior

Modeling of an integrated membrance process for water reclamation.

by Dianna Sheryl Senior

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Published in 2003 .
Written in English


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Statementby Dianna Sheryl Senior.
The Physical Object
Paginationxv, 122 leaves.
Number of Pages122
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21208316M

Its integrated design, which can be scaled down more easily than conventional secondary treatment processes, can facilitate decentralized water reclamation. However, membrane fouling and its consequences regarding plant maintenance and operating costs limit the widespread application of MBRs (LeClech et al., ; van Nieuwenhuijzen et al., ). Membrane Process for Solvent Reclamation and Reuse water separations. The membrane modules will be adapted for counter-flow sweep operation to further extend the range of water concentrations that can be separated economically. In the Phase I project, the feasibility of the process will be determined, using IPA as a model solvent. IPA was.

Heloisa Ramlow, Victor Hugo Mondini Correa, Ricardo Antonio Francisco Machado, Andrea Cristiane Krause Bierhalz, Cintia Marangoni, Intensification of water reclamation from textile dyeing wastewater using thermal membrane technologies – performance comparison of vacuum membrane distillation and thermopervaporation, Chemical Engineering and. a new mgd MBR Water Reclamation Facility (WRF), that can be expanded to mgd capacity, and was designed to produce Class A+ reclaimed water for unrestricted use; a new mgd Surface Water Treatment Plant (WTP) designed for membrane technology; and an .

MEMBRANE MATERIALS FOR WASTE WATER RECLAMATION BY REVERSE OSMOSIS by A. S. Douglas M. Tagaml C. E. Mllstead Gulf General Atomic San Diego, California for Che FEDERAL WATER QUALITY ADMINISTRATION DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR Program # EFO Contract # FUQA Project Officer, C. A. Brunner Advanced Waste Treatment Research . The removal mechanisms of four natural steroid hormonesestradiol, estrone, testosterone, and progesteroneby nanofiltration (NF) membranes were investigated. Two nanofiltration membranes with quite different permeabilities and salt retention characteristics were utilized. To better understand hormone removal mechanisms, the membrane average pore size was determined from retention data .


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