Presentations by Hokkaido University
Coagulation by novel high-basicity poly-aluminum chloride effectively reduces ceramic membrane fouling and residual aluminum
This talk focuses on improving pretreatment for ceramic membranes. Coagulation pretreatment using a high-basicity PACl mitigates irreversible membrane fouling of the ceramic membrane and attenuates transmembrane pressure (TMP) increases more effectively than typical PACl and offers additional benefits including lower levels of dissolved residual al...
A new approach to estimate norovirus removal performance in a membrane filtration process by using virus-like particles and immuno-PCR method
Reports of various evaluations of microfiltration and ultrafiltration removal performance of prototype strains of Norovirus. Study suggests that 3-log removal, possibly 4-log removal, is achievable through the membrane filtration process....
Aggregation of Superfine Carbon for Improved Filtration Performance
Examines the use of superfine powdered activated carbon particles as pretreatment....