Membrane Treatment for Drinking Water and Reuse Applications: A Compendium of Peer-Reviewed Papers

Membrane Treatment for Drinking Water and Reuse Applications: A Compendium of Peer-Reviewed Papers

by Kerry J. Howe
     
 

ISBN-10: 1583214755

ISBN-13: 9781583214756

Pub. Date: 02/28/2007

Publisher: American Water Works Association


This compendium represents the first peer-reviewed book of its kind published by AWWA's Membrane Processes Committee (MPC). This book represents the best membrane-related papers from 2004 AWWA Annual Conference, 2004 Water Quality Technology Conference, and 2005 Membrane Technology Conference, which were all peer reviewed and author updated. Sections cover Section…  See more details below

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This compendium represents the first peer-reviewed book of its kind published by AWWA's Membrane Processes Committee (MPC). This book represents the best membrane-related papers from 2004 AWWA Annual Conference, 2004 Water Quality Technology Conference, and 2005 Membrane Technology Conference, which were all peer reviewed and author updated. Sections cover Section removal efficiencies, membrane performance, pretreatment strategies, regulatory issues, filtration guidance, studies on operations and integrated membrane systems, MBR (membrane bioreactors), and reuse issues.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781583214756
Publisher:
American Water Works Association
Publication date:
02/28/2007
Pages:
690
Product dimensions:
7.30(w) x 10.10(h) x 1.90(d)

Table of Contents


Section 1 Removal Efficiency of Membranes
Chapter 1: Comparing Microbial Rejection Performances of Low-Pressure Membranes in Potable and Nonpotable Waters
Chapter 2: Prototype Testing Facility for Two-Pass Nanofiltration Membrane Seawater Desalination Process
Chapter 3: Rejection of Non-ionic Organic Micropollutants by Nanofiltration Membranes: Effect of Membrane Fouling
Chapter 4: Bench-Scale Evaluation of Low-Rejection Nanofiltration Membranes for DBP Control at the Yucaipa Valley Water District
Chapter 5: Influence of Membrane Surface Properties and Feedwater

Qualities on Reverse Osmosis/Nanofiltration Mass Transfer

Section 2 Water Quality and Pretreatment Issues
Chapter 6: Reverse Osmosis Pretreatment: Challenges With Conventional Treatment
Chapter 7: Determining the Effects of Coagulant Pretreatment on Ultrafiltration
Chapter 8: Pretreating Membranes With Ozone and Biologically Active Carbon Contact: Optimizing Performance and Cost
Chapter 9: Increasing MF/UF Reliability in Seawater Desalination Pretreatment Applications Using Enhanced Prefiltration

Section 3 Fouling and Scaling
Chapter 10: Increasing Membrane Fouling Resistance Via In-situ Surface Modifications
Chapter 11: Low-Fouling RO Membranes: Evaluating Performance From a Thermodynamic Perspective
Chapter 12: Combat Membrane Fouling: A Case Study at a 20-mgd

Microfiltration Plant
Chapter 13: Using HPSEC and Pyrolysis GC/MS to Characterize Organic Foulants From MF and UF Membranes During an Algal Bloom

Section 4 Regulatory Issues and Integrity Testing

Chapter 14: Overview of the Membrane Filtration Guidance Manual

Chapter 15: Managing Fiber Breakage: LRV Operations and Design Issues

Under the LT2 Framework
Chapter 16: Evaluation of California's Approach to Assignment of Pathogen Removal Credits and Membrane Acceptance as

an Alternative Filtration Technology
Chapter 17: Improving the Pressure Decay Test for Membrane Integrity Monitoring--Estimating the Impact of Diffusion and Validation With Bacillus Spores
Chapter 18: Evaluation of Biologic and Nonbiologic Methods fo Assessing Virus Removal by and Integrity of High-Pressure Membrane Systems

Section 5 Pilot and Case Studies, Operations, Integrated Membrane Systems


Chapter 19: Bench-Scale Studies of Pretreatment for Membrane

Filtration
Chapter 20: Bench-, Pilot-, and Full-Scale Studies of Pretreatment for

MF/UF Membrane Applications
Chapter 21: Piloting Low-Pressure RO Membranes for Treatment of Inland Brackish Water and Evaluation of Brine Disposal Options
Chapter 22: An Integrated Approach to Pretreatment Evaluation for Seawater Reverse Osmosis Using Bench- and Pilot-Scale

Testing

Section 6 Introduction to Membrane Biological

Reactor and Reuse Applications: Concept and Reality

Chapter 23: MBR Steps Up to Meet Reclamation Challenge
Chapter 24: Optimization of a Novel Membrane Biofilm Reactor for Groundwater Treatment and Remediation
Chapter 25: Applying Advanced Membrane Technology for Orange County's Water Reuse Treatment Facilities
Chapter 26: Modeling of the Fouling Mechanisms Occurring in Low-Pressure Membranes During Organic Fouling by Municipal Wastewater

Section 7 Residuals and Concentrate Management
Chapter 27: Regulatory Techniques for Addressing Major Seawater Ion Imbalance Toxicity in Membrane Concentrate Disposal
Chapter 28: Strategies for Concentrate Management From Inland

Desalination
Chapter 29: Volume Reduction of High-Silica RO Concentrate

Chapter 30: Deep Aquifer Treatment System: Concentrate Treatment and

Recovery Pilot Study
Index
Color Section

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