Turnup turndown of membrane operation of membrane bioreactors
Howell, J. A., Arnot, T. C. and Chua, H. C., 2003. Turnup turndown of membrane operation of membrane bioreactors. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 984 (Advanced Membrane Te), pp. 492-501.
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Membrane bioreactors can be operated with intermittent permeation and continuous aeration. Aeration close to the surface of a submerged membrane helps maintain a membrane surface free from fouling. Conditions under which this occurs depend on the interaction between flux and aeration rate. Increased flux is possible without severe fouling with aeration rate. Results of membrane operation under the dual intermittence of aeration and permeation rates, with permeation also interrupted on a regular cycle, are presented. Results showed membrane plants designed for optimal operation at moderate flux can survive effectively with higher flux operation for restricted periods. Design to account for such effects could reduce overall plant costs. [on SciFinder (R)]
|Creators||Howell, J. A., Arnot, T. C. and Chua, H. C.|
|Uncontrolled Keywords||intermittent permeation continuous aeration operation membrane bioreactor wastewater treatment, design (membrane bioreactor wastewater treatment, wastewater treatment (aeration, economics (performance and economics of intermittent permeation and continuous aeration operation of membrane bioreactors), fouling (prevention of, wastewater treatment (membrane bioreactor, wastewater treatment (membrane sepn., performance and economics of intermittent permeation and continuous aeration operation of membrane bioreactors)|
|Departments||Faculty of Engineering & Design > Chemical Engineering|
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