Study on fouling materials in the membrane treatment process for potable water

@inproceedings{Kaiya1996StudyOF,
  title={Study on fouling materials in the membrane treatment process for potable water},
  author={Yoshihide Kaiya and Yoshikazu Itoh and Kenji Fujita and Satoshi Takizawa},
  year={1996}
}
Studies were made on a water treatment process which used hollow fiber microfiltration membranes for potable water. The influent, which was from a eutrophic lake named Kasumigaura, was provided directly into the treatment system, and no pre-treatment such as coagulation was done. Dead-end filtration was carried out under constant rate permeation, and membranes were washed by air-scrubbing. The trans-membrane pressure (TMP) had increased to 100 kPa, and the color of the membranes turned brown… CONTINUE READING

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