Reverse osmosis desalting of inland brackish water of high gypsum scaling propensity: kinetics and mitigation of membrane mineral scaling.

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The potential for mineral scaling that may limit the generation of new potable water resources by reverse osmosis (RO), from inland brackish water of high gypsum scaling propensity, was experimentally explored via flux decline measurements and real-time RO membrane surface imaging. Antagonistic gypsum and calcium carbonate scaling kinetics were demonstrated… (More)

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@article{Rahardianto2008ReverseOD, title={Reverse osmosis desalting of inland brackish water of high gypsum scaling propensity: kinetics and mitigation of membrane mineral scaling.}, author={Anditya Rahardianto and Brian C McCool and Yoram Cohen}, journal={Environmental science & technology}, year={2008}, volume={42 12}, pages={4292-7} }