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Title: Nanofiltration : towards a breakthrough
Authors: Giagou, D. 
Foudoulis, G. 
Gekas, Vassilis 
Keywords: Water--Purification--Filtration;Saline water conversion;Nanofiltration;Thermodynamics;Ultrafiltration
Category: NATURAL SCIENCES;AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES;Agricultural Biotechnology;Other Agricultural Sciences
Field: Agricultural Sciences
Issue Date: 2010
Publisher: Iwate Prefectural University
Source: 9th WSEAS International Conference on System Science and Simulation in Engineering, ICOSSSE'10, Iwate, Japan, 4 October 2010 through 6 October 2010
Conference: WSEAS International Conference on System Science and Simulation in Engineering 
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
Description: International conference on System Science and Simulation in Engineering - Proceedings 2010, Pages 71-76
ISBN: 978-960474230-1
Type: Conference Papers
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