By A.F. Ismail, Takeshi Matsuura

Realizing that water, power and foodstuff are the 3 pillars to maintain the expansion of human inhabitants sooner or later, this publication offers with all of the above features with specific emphasis on water and effort. specifically, the e-book addresses functions of membrane technology and expertise for water and wastewater therapy, strength and atmosphere. The readers also are provided a glimpse into the quickly starting to be R & D actions within the ASEAN and the center East areas which are rising because the subsequent new release R & D facilities of membrane applied sciences, specifically as a result of their want of know-how for water and wastewater therapy. as a result, this ebook may be beneficial not just for the engineers, scientists, professors and graduate scholars who're engaged within the R & D actions during this box, but in addition if you happen to have an interest within the sustainable improvement of those nation-states. hence, it truly is believed that the e-book will open up new avenues for the institution of worldwide collaborations to accomplish our universal objective of welfare of the human society.

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Rezaei-DashtArzhandi, Ahmad Fauzi Ismail, Seyed A. 4 Conclusion 202 202 204 205 206 209 209 209 209 210 210 210 210 210 210 212 212 213 Part V Membranes for environmental and energy applications (gas separation application) 20. 4 Gas solubility vs. 5 Conclusion 21. N. 4 ELM preparation 217 217 218 218 219 219 220 220 221 221 221 221 221 221 224 227 227 228 228 228 228 228 xliv Table of contents 22. 9 Recommendations 235 23. The reliability of the conventional gas permeation testing method for characterizing the porous asymmetric membranes: a conceptual review Seyed A.

Environmental Protection Agency, Cincinnati, OH Vijay P. Singh (surface water and groundwater hydrology; groundwater and watershed modeling; hydraulics; irrigation engineering; environmental quality and water resources; hydrologic impacts of climate change), Distinguished Professor and Caroline & William N. Lehrer Distinguished Chair in Water Engineering, Department of Biological & Agricultural Engineering (College of Agriculture and Life Sciences), Texas A&M University (TAMU), College Station, TX Shane Snyder (identification, fate, and health relevance of emerging water pollutants and contaminants of emerging concern (ECEs)), Department of Chemical and Environmental Engineering, College of Engineering, University of Arizona (UA); Co-Director of the Arizona Laboratory for Emerging Contaminants, Tucson, AZ Paul Sullivan (water-energy-food nexus; water and conflict; economics of water resources; water-insurgency-revolution-war nexus; the political economy of water), National Defense University (NDU), Georgetown University; National Council on US-Arab Relations, and Federation of American Scientists, Washington, DC Paul Sylvester (drinking water; wastewater and nuclear waste treatment; ion exchange; materials chemistry; radiochemistry; product commercialization; research management), Consultant, Waltham, MA Maya A.

Synthetic oily wastewater was treated by ceramic membrane (Chapter 8). Removal of dye solutions typical for palm oil mill, leather, textile, pulp and paper industries was attempted by nanofiltration (NF) (Chapter 9). Wastewater from palm oil (Chapter 10) and rubber industries (Chapter 11), typical for Malaysia, was treated by ultrafiltration (UF)/NF and ceramic UF membrane, respectively. Application of membrane separation technology for biodiesel processing is reviewed (Chapter 12). Part III is for modeling concerning water and wastewater treatment.

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