Performance evaluation of cross-flow membrane system for wastewater reuse from the wood-panels industry. Dizge, N. ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGY, 35(6):681-690, 3, 2014.
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The objectives of this investigation were to perform a series of lab-scale membrane separation experiments under various operating conditions to investigate the performance behaviour of nanofiltration membrane (NF 270) for wastewater reuse from the wood-panels industry. The operating condition effects, e.g. cross-flow velocity (CFV), trans membrane pressure (TMP) and temperature, on the permeate flux and contaminant rejection efficiency were investigated. Moreover, three different samples: (1) raw wastewater collected from the wood-panels industry; (2) ultrafiltration pre-treated wastewater (UF-NF); and (3) coagulation/flocculation pre-treated wastewater (CF-NF) were employed in this study. The UF-NF was proposed as a pre-treatment process because it could reduce the chemical oxygen demand (COD) effectively with lower energy consumption than CF-NF. The performance of NF 270 membrane was assessed by measurements of the many parameters (pH, conductivity, total dissolved solids, COD, suspended solids, total nitrogen, nitrite, nitrate, and total phosphate) under various operating conditions. It was noted that the contaminant rejection was affected by changing TMP and CFV. It was concluded that the purified water stream can be recycled into the process for water reuse or safely disposed to the river.
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lab-scale membrane separation experiments under various operating
conditions to investigate the performance behaviour of nanofiltration
membrane (NF 270) for wastewater reuse from the wood-panels industry.
The operating condition effects, e.g. cross-flow velocity (CFV), trans
membrane pressure (TMP) and temperature, on the permeate flux and
contaminant rejection efficiency were investigated. Moreover, three
different samples: (1) raw wastewater collected from the wood-panels
industry; (2) ultrafiltration pre-treated wastewater (UF-NF); and (3)
coagulation/flocculation pre-treated wastewater (CF-NF) were employed in
this study. The UF-NF was proposed as a pre-treatment process because it
could reduce the chemical oxygen demand (COD) effectively with lower
energy consumption than CF-NF. The performance of NF 270 membrane was
assessed by measurements of the many parameters (pH, conductivity, total
dissolved solids, COD, suspended solids, total nitrogen, nitrite,
nitrate, and total phosphate) under various operating conditions. It was
noted that the contaminant rejection was affected by changing TMP and
CFV. It was concluded that the purified water stream can be recycled
into the process for water reuse or safely disposed to the river.},
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 author = {Dizge, Nadir},
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