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|Title:||Nanofiltration : towards a breakthrough||Authors:||Giagou, D.
Saline water conversion
|Issue Date:||2010||Publisher:||Iwate Prefectural University||Source:||9th WSEAS international conference on system science and simulation in engineering, ICOSSSE'10, Iwate, 4 October 2010 through 6 October 2010,code 85018, pages 71-76||Abstract:||Membrane unit operations with a pressure gradient as the driving force have already known a breakthrough in the past decades. Reverse osmosis in the 60s, Ultrafiltration in the 70s, Crossflow Microfiltration in the 90s. The newcomer among those methods, the Nanofiltration strives also to gain a wide application field that would justify the occurrence of a breakthrough! Recent experimental work in our Laboratory of Transport Phenomena and Applied Thermodynamics, at the Technical University of Crete, show that this field of wide application is the brackish water desalination||URI:||http://ktisis.cut.ac.cy/handle/10488/6535||ISBN:||978-960474230-1|
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