Presentation by Seungjin Lee
Comparative Study of the Fouling Characteristics of Ceramic and Polymeric Microfiltration and Ultrafiltration Membranes Treating Surface Waters
Membrane fouling by natural organic matter (NOM) is an inevitable phenomenon and one of the greatest hurdles in membrane filtration processes employed to treat surface water for potable water production (Bolton et al. (2006); Lahoussine-Turcaud et al. (1990)). A great deal of effort has been made to understand the nature of the membrane fouling, to...