Investigations into the effectiveness of large size membrane elements for RO desalination RO: water treatment by reverse osmosis
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Operational data on Reverse Osmosis application in Sea Water Desalination were acquired for 8- and 16-inch membrane system; their performances and effectiveness in terms of specific flux, recovery, salt rejection, pressure drop across membranes components and power consumption were compared; and the results now provides a compendium on effectiveness of small and large size membrane elements for RO desalination presenting a tool for making selective decision for the optimisation of available capital and resource utilisation.
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