Mathematical Model of Variable Volume Diafiltration

@inproceedings{Teki2002MathematicalMO,
  title={Mathematical Model of Variable Volume Diafiltration},
  author={Miodrag N. Teki{\'c} and Zoltan Z. Zavargo and Darko M. Krsti{\'c} and Malcolm Djuric},
  year={2002}
}
The use of ultrafiltration as a separation technique is frequently accompanied by a diafiltration step to remove microsolutes. There are different ways to combine ultrafiltration and diafiltration to obtain the desired final concentration of components. Variable volume diafiltration is a continuous process in which water is continuously added at a rate less than the permeate flow rate so that the concentration of macrosolute continuously increases, and the final concentrations of macrosolute… CONTINUE READING

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