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... world have demonstrated the technical and economic feasibility of reclaiming municipal wastewater treatment plants (WWTP) effluent through dual-membrane treatment processes. Dual-membrane processes such as continuous microfiltration (CMF) followed by reverse osmosis (RO) are used to produce wate ...
Desalination 124 (1999)

The possibility of complete fractionation of olive mill wastewater (OMW) was investigated using membrane technology. Combinations of different membrane processes were used for the fractionation of OMW into by-products that may be further developed to achieve reduction of the expenses involved.
Desalination 213 (2007)

The aim of the presented work was the investigation on the possibility of application of the hybrid photocatalysis/membrane processes system for removal of azo dyes (Acid Red 18, Direct Green 99 and Acid Yellow 36) from water. The photocatalytic reactions were conducte ...
Desalination 241 (2009)

The reuse of wastewater from the dairy industry was investigated using coagulation, adsorption and membrane separation. Dairy industry was chosen as it requires huge volume of water. In recent times, development of newer membranes with high flux... was found that the water can be recycled or reused. Keywords: Dairy wastewater; Coagulants; Powdered activated charcoal (PAC); TDS; COD; Membrane processes 1. Introduction Ever increasing industrialization and rapid urbanization have considerably increased the rate of water pollution. The dwindlin ...
Desalination 195 (2006)

Advanced membrane technology can significantly improve water management in large, land-locked power plants such as the Agios Dimitrios Power Station in Northern... as well as membrane treatment of at least part of raw feed-water, in order to determine the most attractive ones. It was shown that membrane processes can improve water management, resulting in significant reduction of required raw water and in reduced total annual treatment cost. Othe ...
Desalination 213 (2007)

... the definitively solution of the environmental problem caused by the discharge of this pollutants. Hybrid processes that combine pressure driven membrane processes with adsorption processes have been developed. Our research group studied the removal of phenol with three reverse osmosis membranes ...
Desalination 246 (2009)

The performance of reverse osmosis to remove aniline from aqueous solutions is studied in this paper. The study has been carried out in a flat membrane test module using three thin layer composite membranes, two of polyamide, HR98PP and SEPA-MS05, and one of polyether sulphone, DESAL-3B. Recycling... pressure, feed volumetric flow rate, feed concentration and pH) on the performance of the aniline removal process is analyzed. Keywords: Membrane processes; Aniline; Reverse osmosis; Wastewater 1. Introduction Aniline is widely used as raw material in many industrial processes including th ...
Desalination 246 (2009)

... there is effectively no difference in SEC between the FO with NF recovery and RO processes. Furthermore, it has been shown that even if any of the membranes, FO, RO or NF had infinite permeabilities and 100% rejection, it would not change the SEC significantly. Based on these simulations alone, FO
Desalination 377 (2016)

... to be the most urgent and pressing global issue where hiking economic and ecological needs have urged for more water-efficient technologies. Membrane-based separations for desalination are playing an increasingly important role to provide adequate water resources of desirable quality for a wide... current technologies. This review highlights some of the latest notable achievements of novel advanced membrane materials and emerging membrane processes for water solution. The unique characteristics of advanced membranes and emerging membrane processes in leading the state-of-the-art desalinatio ...
Desalination (2015)

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