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2010‑09 Selenium Removal from Refinery Wastewater Avijit Dey, Ph.D., and Rajendra Kulkarni Selenium can be found in waste streams from copper refining, acid coal mine drainage, coal-fired ...
2010‑08 Troubleshooting by Membrane Element Autopsy Robert Decker Membrane element autopsy is a powerful troubleshooting tool. It is a destructive test that is of...
2010‑07 Part 2: Case Studies in Reducing RO System Operation Cost Jantje Johnson The first article reviewed performance problems that can impact reverse osmosis (RO) system opera...
2010‑05 Part 1: Reducing the Total Costs of Operation--The Art of Membrane Cleaning Jantje Johnson equirements. Performance problems can come from several sources, including fouling, pretreatment i
2010‑04 RO Data Interpretation and Application Robert Decker As years pass, we rely more and more on membrane technology to produce high-quality water for a v...
2010‑04 Maximizing RO Membrane Performance Jane Kucera alves and instrumentation. Membrane-based issues include fouling, scaling, and degradation of the membranes t
2010‑03 BWA Moves to Develop Next Generation of Treatment Products Mike Henley BWA Water Additives provides specialty chemical water treatment products aimed for use in industr...
2010‑03 Electropositive Non-Woven Filter Media for the Production of High-Purity Water Rod Komlenic, and Christine Stanfel, Ph.D. Every day, the need and applications for high-purity water continue to expand while at the same t...
2009‑10 Increasing the Effectiveness of RO Membranes by Improved Pretreatment Dave Brumfield and George J. Licina Fouling of RO membranes in the water treatment plant at American Electric Power (AEP)-Rockport h
2009‑06 Reducing the Cost of Industrial Water Treatment David Paul There are only two ways to improve profit that has dropped due to the economyナIncrease Incomeナand...
2009‑06 Ion Exchange Applications of Simulation Technology Michael Gottlieb Ion exchange (IX) continues to gain popularity as the method of choice to remove trace contaminan...
2009‑04 Reverse Osmosis Performance: Data Collection and Interpretation Jane Kucera Reverse osmosis (RO) is a common sight in todayメs electric utility make-up water treatment train....
2008‑05 RO Technology and Recent Developments Rajindar Singh Reverse osmosis (RO) is a continuous, steady state process that uses semi-permeable membranes for...
2008‑04 Prediction and Monitoring of Fouling in Recirculating Cooling Water System Heat Exchangers Douglas B. DeWitt-Dick and Edward S. Beardwood Fouling on the recirculating cooling waterside of heat exchangers costs industry millions of d

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