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Liquid radwaste processing with crossflow microfiltration and spiral wound reverse osmosis

S.K. Sen Gupta

Liquid radwaste processing with crossflow microfiltration and spiral wound reverse osmosis

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Published by Chalk River Laboratories in Chalk River, Ont .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Filters and filtration.,
  • Radioactive waste disposal.,
  • Reverse osmosis.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementS.K. Sen Gupta, J.A. Slade, W.S. Tulk.
    SeriesAECL research (Series) -- 11270
    ContributionsSlade, J.A., Tulk, W.S., Atomic Energy of Canada Limited.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination9 p. :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20568009M
    ISBN 100660160455
    OCLC/WorldCa35367470

      The recent development made in the integration of established desalination processes, such as spiral wound reverse osmosis (SWRO), multi-stage flash (MSF), multi-effect distillation (MED), electrodialysis (ED) desalination, and UF pretreatment, is addressed.


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Liquid radwaste processing with crossflow microfiltration and spiral wound reverse osmosis by S.K. Sen Gupta Download PDF EPUB FB2

Cross Flow filtration or TFF systems are terminology used for filtration of molecules using membrane technology. (Based on differential size / molecular weight) In Cross Flow Filtration, the product to be filtered (FEED) enters tangentially over the membrane surface.

The key radioactive nuclides to be removed from the liquid radwaste are cobalt (Co) and cesium (Cs). Over the years, the reverse osmosis (RO) membrane has been applied to process the liquid radwaste Liquid radwaste processing with crossflow microfiltration and spiral wound reverse osmosis book commercial nuclear power plants.

Most RO installations have operated efficiently, producing high-quality water at low operating by: 2. Typical cross-flow velocities in spiral wound RO elements are around vcf = m•s −1 [54] and mass transfer coefficients (k) range between 10 −5 m•s −1 and 10 −6 m•s −1 [ The evaporation of liquid radwaste should be completed at such a concentration when there is enough liquid and the radwaste can be transported from the evaporator.

The thickening with the content of salts, mainly with regard to the subsequent processing of the concentrates generated, is recommended up to about g/dm3. Microfiltration and Ultrafiltration - Ata M. Hassan and Kevin Price and/or reverse osmosis (RO) membrane processes.

Various forms of membrane processes, such as MF, UF, and NF filtration, which Elements used in membrane filtration could be of spiral wound, hollow fine fiber. Cross flow microfiltration was a multi-stage RO industrial full-scale plant based on the MSCB RE99 spiral-wound membrane module has been used to simulate the process of concentrating.

Ultrafiltration, also known as UF, is a class of filtration that uses a membrane, either in the form of a spiral wound element similar to a reverse osmosis membrane, or more often, a tubular element known as a hollow fiber. Other types of membrane filters are Microfiltration (MF), Nanofiltration (NF), and Reverse Osmosis (RO).

[1] S. Sen Gupta, J. Slade, W. Tulk, Liquid Radwaste Processing with Crossflow Microfiltration and Spiral Wound Reverse Osmosis, AECL, Feb. Chalk. Membrane distillation has an advantage over reverse osmosis which has been already introduced into nuclear industry.

Liquid Radwaste Processing with Crossflow Microfiltration and Spiral Wound Reverse Osmosis, AECL, FebruaryChalk River, Ont. Google Scholar. S.K. Sen Gupta, L.P. Buckley, S. Rimpelainen, A.Y. Tremblay, Liquid. Cross flow filtration can be utilized to achieve microfiltration and can be an ideal solution for processing in many industrial wastewater applications.

Not only does cross flow result in higher quality and larger volumes of permeate, but cross flow can be used together with reverse osmosis (RO) systems to build energy efficient zero liquid. TECNOLOGY AND APPLICATIONS OF SPIRAL WOUND MEMBRANES.

Cross flow polymeric membranes are available with different porosities (reverse osmosis, nanofiltration, ultrafiltration, microfiltration) and with different configurations (tubular, hollow fiber, flat sheet and spiral wound).

Each configuration offer advantages and disadvantages. Reverse osmosis (RO) is a membrane separation process, driven by a pressure gradient, in which the membrane separates the solvent (generally water) from other components of a membrane configuration is usually cross-flow.

With reverse osmosis, the membrane pore size is very small allowing only water and perhaps very small amounts of very low molecular weight solutes to pass. This paper reports the study of the cross-flow microfiltration (MF) of glycerol fermentation broths with Citrobacter freundii bacteria.

A single channel tubular ceramic membrane with a nominal pore size of µm was used. It has been demonstrated that the MF ceramic membrane has been successfully applied to bacteria cell removal and to effectively eliminate colloidal particles from glycerol. Microfiltration is generally referred to the filtration at less than 1 Micron level.

Depth filters of the conventional type are available in, Microns and other sizes. Most Microfilters use membrane materials. Spiral wound microfiltration membranes allow a cross-flow type of microfiltration. Disclosed is an improved method for extending the useful life of a reverse osmosis membrane having a high pressure side (20) and a low pressure side (22), the membrane used for separating soluble and sparingly soluble inorganic materials from an aqueous solution, the process comprising introducing an aqueous solution containing the soluble and sparingly soluble inorganic materials to the high.

Microfiltration (MF) and ultrafiltration (UF) are both processes by which a contaminated liquid is passed through a semipermeable membrane that removes solids too large to fit through the membrane’s pore size, yielding a purified liquid stream.

To what degree the stream is purified depends on the contaminants present and the pore size of the membrane. The application of microfiltration-reverse osmosis/nanofiltration to trace organics removal for municipal wastewater reuse.

Garcia N, Moreno J, Cartmell E, Rodriguez-Roda I, Judd S. The fate of organic micropollutans (MPs) in a membrane system based on microfiltration (MF) and reverse osmosis/nanofiltration (RO/NF) has been investigated for the.

Reverse Osmosis (RO) Reverse Osmosis is a high pressure, energy-effi cient means of de-watering process streams, concentration of low molecular weight compounds or clean-up of waste effl uents. Common applications include pre-concentration of dairy or food streams prior to evaporation, polishing of evaporator condensate, and.

Reverse osmosis filters have a pore size around micron. After water passes through a reverse osmosis filter, it is essentially pure water.

In addition to removing all organic molecules and viruses, reverse osmosis also removes most minerals that are present in the water. Reverse osmosis removes monovalent ions, which means that it. With the new membranes rapid recovery of flows in the washings may also allow greater production times continuously.

What is Cross Flow Microfiltration. This process for protein removes the larger, less absorbable protein molecules. At the same time, this process is filtering out fat, lactose and ash that are normally present in other lower quality protein powders, such as whey concentrates.

The best real-world comparison is the way reverse osmosis in the. Spiral Wound Elements Microfiltration (MF) Elements Spiral wound MF membrane elements are perfect for mimicking operating conditions that are representative of full size microfiltration membrane filtration systems.

Disclosed is an improved method for extending the useful life of a reverse osmosis membrane having a high pressure side and a low pressure side, the membrane used for separating soluble and sparingly soluble inorganic materials from an aqueous solution, the process comprising introducing an aqueous solution containing the soluble and sparingly soluble inorganic materials to the high pressure.

Available in both spiral-wound and flat sheet membrane configurations, microfiltration membranes and filtration systems can be customized to meet specific application goals with efficiency. This flexibility opens up many possibilities in the development of specialty.

commercially for processing as liquid egg products (Ahn and others ). Liquid egg whites (LEWs), in particular, are essentially fat-free protein solution and contribute some unique functional prop-erties such as foaming, coagulation, or emulsification to foods.

The interior of. There are four general categories of crossflow membrane filtration: microfiltration, ultrafiltration, nanofiltration, and reverse osmosis. MICROFILTRATION (MF) Microfiltration removes particles in the range of approximately to 1 micron.

In general, suspended particles and large colloids are rejected, while macromolecules and dissolved. The filtration systems can be classified into four main groups: reverse osmosis, nanofiltration, ultrafiltration and microfiltration.

The primary objective of this book is to assess critically the pool of scientific knowledge available to the dairy and beverages industry, as a tool for process and product innovation, quality improvement and safety. Dairy. WPC/WPI – Ultrafiltration membranes are an essential process technology in the concentration and purification of whey protein concentrates and isolates from cheese whey.; MPC/MPI – The use of ultrafiltration membranes is growing significantly in the concentration and purification of milk proteins across the globe.; Brine Clarification – The clarification of brine solutions via.

The process of claim 7, wherein said crossflow filter of step (a) is a spiral-wound crossflow filter, and wherein said second and third crossflow filters are spiral-wound crossflow filters.

The process of claim 1, wherein the velocity of said aqueous mixture over the filtering surface of said crossflow filter is between about 5 and about Reverse osmosis (RO) is a water purification process that uses a partially permeable membrane to remove ions, unwanted molecules and larger particles from drinking water.

In reverse osmosis, an applied pressure is used to overcome osmotic pressure, a colligative property that is driven by chemical potential differences of the solvent, a thermodynamic parameter. Reverse osmosis, in particular, has been responsible for ending several nearly decade long Boil Water Advisories.

For example, ina reverse osmosis system, together with a biological treatment process, was set up to successfully treat drinking water for the Yellow Quill First Nation, which had been on a Boil Water Advisory since Existing works on the influence of spatial effects on flux and permeation of proteins in microfiltration (MF) have focused on ceramic membranes.

There is little information on spiral-wound membranes (SWMs). Since the inner core of a SWM is practically inaccessible by non-destructive techniques, three different prototypes were constructed in this study to optimize suitability for the.

Ultrafiltration is not fundamentally different from reverse osmosis, microfiltration or nanofiltration, except in terms of the size of the molecules it retains. A membrane or, more properly, a semi permeable membrane, is a thin layer of material capable of separating substances when a driving force is applied across the membrane.

Cross-flow filtration 5 Requirements of membrane processes 7 Types of membrane separations 8 Reverse osmosis 8 Nanofiltration 8 Ultrafiltration 9 Microfiltration 9 Theory of membrane transport 9 Transport models 9 Reverse osmosis.

thin layer asymmetric cellulose acetate reverse osmosis membrane for seawater desalination. Membrane process can be classified in many ways, i.e., based on its nature, structure, or driving force.

Hydrostatic pressure differences are used in microfiltration (MF), and nanofiltration. In cross-flow filtration (Figure 1), Reverse osmosis; Microfiltration and ultrafiltration membranes are used extensively for filtration of process water and many industrial uses, as well as for pre-treatment of water, particularly ahead of reverse osmosis and nanofiltration units.

Spiral wound membrane type. Figure 5. Hollow fiber. Microfiltration is a separation process that uses polypropylene hollow fibers, similar to straws, with tiny holes in the sides that are micron in diameter (1/ the diameter of a human hair). By drawing water through the holes into the center of the fibers, suspended solids, protozoa, bacteria and some viruses are filtered out of the water.

In the dairy industry, reverse osmosis is normally used for concentration or volume reduction of milk and whey, milk solids recovery and water reclamation. a ter Lactos e NPN Whey Proteins Bacteria Salt Fa t Caseins Microfiltration (membrane µm) Microfiltration (membrane µm) Ultrafiltration Nanofiltration Reverse Osmosis Processing.

In the last two decades, there have been significant developments in membrane filtration processes for the dairy and beverage industries. The filtration systems can be classified into four main groups: reverse osmosis, nanofiltration, ultrafiltration and microfiltration. The primary objective of this book is to assess critically the pool of scientific knowledge available to the dairy and.

The filtration systems can be classified into four main groups: reverse osmosis, nanofiltration, ultrafiltration and microfiltration. The primary objective of this book is to assess critically the pool of scientific knowledge available to the dairy and beverages industry, as a tool for process and product innovation, quality improvement and.

Ultrafiltration (UF) uses standard home water pressure to push water through a semipermeable membrane and remove any contaminants. Unlike reverse osmosis, ultrafiltration retains minerals in the water, while filtering out bacteria, viruses, and parasites.

How ultrafiltration works Ultrafiltration is one membrane filtration process that serves as a barrier to separate harmful bacteria, viruses.Ultrafiltration (UF) is a variety of membrane filtration in which forces like pressure or concentration gradients lead to a separation through a semipermeable membrane.

Suspended solids and solutes of high molecular weight are retained in the so-called retentate, while water and low molecular weight solutes pass through the membrane in the permeate (filtrate).A reverse osmosis membrane, typically spiral wound or hollow fiber, has a pore size less than μm and typically cannot be backpulsed or backwashed.

Aqueous cleaners recycled by the process of the invention have a greatly extended lifetime over untreated cleaners, thus resulting in .