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Nanofiltration in drinking water treatment

  title={Nanofiltration in drinking water treatment},
  author={Thor Thorsen},
Experimental and numerical investigation of a new MOF based adsorption water desalination system
In this research, performance of adsorption desalination systems is investigated numerically and experimentally through number of techniques including the use of advanced adsorbent materials known as
Removal of Trihalomethane Precursors by Nanofiltration in Low-SUVA Drinking Water
Trihalomethanes (THMs) are prevalent disinfection by-products. High THM formation is usually associated with natural organic matter with high molecular weight and aromatic characteristics, which is
Protozoan Parasites in Drinking Water: A System Approach for Improved Water, Sanitation and Hygiene in Developing Countries
The findings indicate that Giardia and Cryptosporidium are more often identified during waterborne or water-washed outbreaks and they are less sensitive than most of the bacteria and viruses to conventional drinking water and wastewater treatment methods.
13 16 A Applications of Nanotechnology in Agriculture : An Overview
GRICULTURE provides food for humans, directly and indirectly. ..... Given the increasing world population, it is necessary to use the modern technologies such as nanotechnology in agricultural
Effect of pH and Pressure on Uranium Removal from Drinking Water Using NF/RO Membranes.
It is shown that it is important to monitor sorption of uranium to membranes, which is controlled by pH and concentration polarization, and, if necessary, adjust those parameters controlling uranium sorption.
The The The Hilltop Review, vol 4, no 2, Spring 2011 The Hilltop Review, vol 4, no 2, Spring 2011
The export of Carolingian arms and armor to Northern regions outside the Frankish Empire from the 9th and early 10th century is a subject which has seen a gradual increase of interest among
Conventional to Cutting Edge Technologiesin Drinking Water Purification - A Review
Water is the most ubiquitous liquid on our planet that is precious and vital to all life forms. The growth of industrialisation, urbanisation and a number of anthropogenic activities has made
Nanofiltration membrane pilot studies for disinfection by-product control
NANOFILTRATION MEMBRANE STUDIES FOR DISINFECTION BY-PRODUCT CONTROL ERIC J. LYNNE 2009 Watertown, South Dakota currently uses conventional softening to treat ground water to remove hardness, iron and


Removal of humic substances with membranes. System, use and experiences
  • AWWA Proceedings Membrane technology conference
  • 1993
Humic substances II. A search for structure
Future industrial prospects of membrane processes
Limiting flux in ultrafiltration of macromolecular solutions
Abstract The mass transfer equation describing the process of gel polarized ultrafiltration is solved using an integral method. A concentration profile is assumed to be an nth degree polynomial. In
Etude experimentale du traitement par ultrafiltration cul de sac d'une eau de surface provenant du lac Decatur (Illinois). On a etudie l'effet de divers parametres sur l'elimination du carbone
Basic principles of membrane technology
Effects of Humic Substances on Membrane Processes
Effects of molecular weight cutoff, f/k ratio (a hydrodynamic condition), and hydrophobic interactions on natural organic matter rejection and fouling in membranes
All the possible mechanisms and factors affecting flux decline, natural organic matter (NOM) rejection, and NOM transport were studied in this paper. Electrostatic exclusion (charge repulsion) was