Water Treatment Membrane Processes - 1996 McGraw-Hill
J. Mallevaille, P.E. Odendaal, M.R. Wiesner ISBN 0-07-00155-9-7
A useful handbook on water treatment for engineers and students.
Chapters 1. The Emergence of Membranes in Water and Wastewater Treatment 2. Catagories of Membrane Operations 3. Membrane Applications: A Contaminant-Based Perspective 4. Mass Transport and Permeate Flux and Fouling in Pressure-Driven Processes 5. Principles of Rejection in Delta P Processes 6. Membrane Biofouling 7. Models for Selectivity in Electrodialysis 8. Multiphase Membrane Processes 9. Reverse Osmosis and Nanofiltration Index. 10. Ultrafiltration 11. Microfiltration 12. Electrodialysis 13. Phase Contact Processes and Applications 14. Field Evaluation and Piloting 15. Membrane-Powdered Activated Carbon Reactors 16. Coagulation and Membrane Seperation 17. Membrane Bioreactors 18. Ion Exchange Membrane Reactors
This book brings you technical information about the membrane processes, structure and materials. The membrane processes are explained and are connected with graphics and formulas. Prepared by a group of experts, the book covers membrane filtration issues for drinking water as well as research on the purification treatment of wastewater.