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Desalination features, January 2013

Electrodialysis-based technologies were used to treat an industrial saline water, with both electrodialysis (ED) and bipolar membrane electrodialysis (EDBM

 
Wastewater desalination using electrodialysis reversal to provide recycled water for horticultural irrigation

Australian researchers have evaluated a membrane desalination system based on electrodialysis reversal (EDR), for its capacity to remove salt from treated

 

Natural organic matter (NOM) in seawater can cause biofouling problems in seawater facilities. This work reports on the use of a biofilter to prevent biolo

 

This paper reviews the state-of-the-art in reverse osmosis (RO) desalination. It looks at materials science developments in conventional thin-film composit

 

Bürkert, the German fluid technology specialist, has developed an automated system for continuously monitoring reverse osmosis systems for the desalination

 

Ultrafiltration has become an increasingly important membrane separation technology in recent years. Anthony Bennett describes the fundamentals of ultrafil

 

Multi-effect tubular desalination devices have been designed and constructed. The performance ratio of the three-effect devices can reach about 1.7, which

 

Carbon nanotubes (CNTs) have been utilised to enhance the performance of water desalination technology. In particular, the smooth channels of CNTs facilita

 
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Inspired by diatoms and aquaporin proteins, Aquammodate’s selective technology produces pure water in a single filter pass and desalination at any scale.

 
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Princeton University researchers report a low cost technique to remove particles from water which uses carbon dioxide rather than physical filters or membr

 
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