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2018-05-25Extending CDFR for overlapping community detectionLu, N; Luo, W; Ni, L; Jiang, H; Ding, W
2015-02-01Effects of salinity build-up on biomass characteristics and trace organic chemical removal: Implications on the development of high retention membrane bioreactorsLuo, W; Hai, FI; Kang, J; Price, WE; Guo, W; Ngo, HH; Yamamoto, K; Nghiem, LD
2018-01-01Multiple-task learning and knowledge transfer using generative adversarial capsule netsLin, A; Li, J; Zhang, L; Ma, Z; Luo, W
2018-12-01Resource recovery from wastewater by anaerobic membrane bioreactors: Opportunities and challengesSong, X; Luo, W; Hai, FI; Price, WE; Guo, W; Ngo, HH; Nghiem, LD
2017-01-01Osmotic membrane bioreactors for wastewater reuse: Performance comparison between cellulose triacetate and polyamide thin film composite membranesZhang, B; Song, X; Nghiem, LD; Li, G; Luo, W
2018-04-01Trace organic contaminant rejection by aquaporin forward osmosis membrane: Transport mechanisms and membrane stabilityXie, M; Luo, W; Guo, H; Nghiem, LD; Tang, CY; Gray, SR
2018-02-01Effects of sulphur on the performance of an anaerobic membrane bioreactor: Biological stability, trace organic contaminant removal, and membrane foulingSong, X; Luo, W; McDonald, J; Khan, SJ; Hai, FI; Guo, W; Ngo, HH; Nghiem, LD
2016-01-01Effects of salinity build-up on the performance and bacterial community structure of a membrane bioreactorLuo, W; Phan, HV; Hai, FI; Price, WE; Guo, W; Ngo, HH; Yamamoto, K; Nghiem, LD
2018-02-01Biomimetic aquaporin membranes for osmotic membrane bioreactors: Membrane performance and contaminant removalLuo, W; Xie, M; Song, X; Guo, W; Ngo, HH; Zhou, JL; Nghiem, LD
2017-02-01Osmotic versus conventional membrane bioreactors integrated with reverse osmosis for water reuse: Biological stability, membrane fouling, and contaminant removalLuo, W; Phan, HV; Xie, M; Hai, FI; Price, WE; Elimelech, M; Nghiem, LD
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