Water Treatment with Membrane Techniques
This special issue belongs to
|International Journal of Chemical Separation Technology|
Deadline for Manuscript Submission
|March 31st, 2023|
Deadline for Publication
|April 15, 2023|
Special Issue Description
There are numerous membrane materials and membrane techniques available for the treatment and purification of water.
The reverse osmosis, nano, ultra, micro, and electrodialysis procedures are significant ones.
Spiral wounds, hollow fiber, and tubular modules are the three main varieties. Membrane performance, which links water flux to applied pressure for all of these processes and modules, can be negatively impacted by concentration polarization and fouling. Pretreatment and fouling mitigation is made possible by a membrane water treatment plant's use of many unit operations.
Cleaning is frequently required, even though techniques to reduce fouling can be used. Despite these obstacles, membrane techniques have a bright future in the production of sustainable water.
*Reverse osmosis *Nanofiltration *Ultrafiltration *Microfiltration *Electrodialysis *Water flux *Water treatment plant *Pretreatment *Water processing *Mitigation
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