Accession Number : ADA324759
Title : Novel Nonporous Fouling-Resistant Composite Nanofiltration Membranes and Membrane Separation Systems for Wastewater Treatment.
Descriptive Note : Progress rept. no. 2,
Corporate Author : MEMBRANE TECHNOLOGY AND RESEARCH INC MENLO PARK CA
Personal Author(s) : Ly, J. H. ; Pinnau, I.
PDF Url : ADA324759
Report Date : 07 AUG 1996
Pagination or Media Count : 9
Abstract : Navy ships generate large volumes of wastewater, which to meet new regulations, will require treatment prior to overboard discharge. Treatment by nanofiltration can produce dischargeable water, but all current nanofiltration membranes are finely porous and only moderately hydrophilic. They are, therefore, subject to fouling by particulates, resulting in a dramatic decline in the water flux. Development of fouling-resistant membranes will improve nanofiltration systems by lowering capital costs, reducing energy consumption, and decreasing system down-time.
Descriptors : *WASTE WATER, *MILLIPORE FILTERS, NAVAL VESSELS, COMPOSITE MATERIALS, FLUX(RATE), COSTS, FOULING, PARTICULATES, MEMBRANES, REGULATIONS, ENERGY CONSUMPTION, SEPARATORS, WATER FILTERS.
Subject Categories : Water Pollution and Control
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE