Membrane Fouling Mechanisms

A membrane is a thin barrier which permits the transport of certain species across it from one fluid to another. Mechanism of membrane fouling and filtration characteristics in a membrane bioreactor for industrial wastewater treatment. Membrane fouling in MBR systems can be reversible (i.e., removable by physical washing) or irreversible (removable by chemical cleaning only), and can take place on the membrane surface or into the membrane pores.


  • Membrane and Module Development
  • Membrane Based Technologies
  • Membrane Characteristics
  • Types of Membranes
  • Cooling Crystallization
  • Evaporative Crystallization

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