Desalination and water re-use

proceedings of the twelfth international symposium
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Institution of Chemical Engineers, Hemisphere Pub. Corp. , Rugby, UK, New York
Saline water conversion -- Congresses., Water reuse -- Congre
StatementMiriam Balaban (editor).
SeriesSymposium series / Institution of Chemical Engineers ;, no. 125, Symposium series (Institution of Chemical Engineers (Great Britain)) ;, no. 125.
ContributionsBalaban, Miriam., Institution of Chemical Engineers (Great Britain), International Symposium on Desalination and Water Re-Use (12th : 1991 : Malta)
LC ClassificationsTD478 .D44 1991
The Physical Object
Pagination4 v. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1618550M
ISBN 101560322349, 1560322357, 1560322365, 1560322373, 1560322381
LC Control Number91161838

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Water Re-use (TSDWR)” during FebruaryEarlier, Dr P.K. Tewari, Head, Desalination Division, BARC, and Chairman of the Symposium Organising Committee, welcomed the participants and added that the symposium has been organised to bring together the Desalination Technologies and Water Management experts from the government.

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In every case, the fouling index is reduced between 1 and a maximum of 3 and this applies to any desalination using membranes: seawater, brackish water and especially in re-use treatment lines. However, it should be noted that, typically in seawater treatment, organic matter (macro-molecules) also have to be eliminated and that, in such cases.

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