T. Naruse Articles

  • Membrane fouling caused by sub-micron particles in a mixed liquor suspension of an MBR

    Membrane fouling needs to be mitigated for widespread use of membrane bioreactors (MBRs). It has been pointed out that particles with small sizes found in supernatants (sub-micron particles) of mixed liquor suspensions of MBRs are important in the evolution of membrane fouling of this technology. However, information on characteristics of sub-micron particles in MBRs is still insufficient. In ...

    By IWA Publishing

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