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Influence of the properties and characteristics of sugar-beet pulp extract on its fouling and rejection behavior during membrane filtration


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Hatziantoniou, D. and Howell, J. A., 2002. Influence of the properties and characteristics of sugar-beet pulp extract on its fouling and rejection behavior during membrane filtration. Desalination, 148 (1-3), pp. 67-72.

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Abstract

Factors affecting the rejection and fouling patterns obsd. during sugar-beet pulp ext. ultrafiltration were examd. This material contained pectins, exhibiting a wide mol. wt. distribution and a high tendency for aggregation. A dual pattern in the variation of the obsd. rejection coeff. with permeate flux was obsd. depending on the mol. wt.: decreasing with increasing permeate flux for mol. wt. fractions >10 KD and the opposite for fractions

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Item Type Articles
CreatorsHatziantoniou, D.and Howell, J. A.
Uncontrolled Keywordsfouling, sugar beet pulp ext fouling membrane filtration, solid wastes (sugar-beet pulp, effect of properties and characteristics of sugar-beet pulp ext. on fouling and rejection behavior during membrane filtration), ultrafiltration (effect of properties and characteristics of sugar-beet pulp ext. on fouling and rejection behavior during membrane filtration), beta vulgaris saccharifera
DepartmentsFaculty of Engineering & Design > Chemical Engineering
RefereedYes
StatusPublished
ID Code1013

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