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2018-11-15Forward osmosis system analysis for optimum design and operating conditionsAli, SM; Kim, JE; Phuntsho, S; Jang, A; Choi, JY; Shon, HK
2018-09-01Modeling methane production in anaerobic forward osmosis bioreactor using a modified anaerobic digestion model No. 1Song, YC; Kim, M; Shon, H; Jegatheesan, V; Kim, S
2012-04-17Blended fertilizers as draw solutions for fertilizer-drawn forward osmosis desalinationPhuntsho, S; Shon, HK; Majeed, T; El Saliby, I; Vigneswaran, S; Kandasamy, J; Hong, S; Lee, S
2019-10-01Removal behaviors and fouling mechanisms of charged antibiotics and nanoparticles on forward osmosis membraneOh, SH; Jeong, S; Kim, IS; Shon, HK; Jang, A
2018-08-01Assessing the removal of organic micropollutants by a novel baffled osmotic membrane bioreactor-microfiltration hybrid systemPathak, N; Li, S; Kim, Y; Chekli, L; Phuntsho, S; Jang, A; Ghaffour, N; Leiknes, TO; Shon, HK
2019-03-01The application of forward osmosis for simulated surface water treatment by using trisodium citrate as draw soluteYang, S; Gao, B; Zhao, P; Wang, C; Shen, X; Yue, Q; Shon, HK
2020-01-01Fouling and performance of outer selective hollow fiber membrane in osmotic membrane bioreactor: Cross flow and air scouring effectsHuy Tran, V; Lim, S; Jun Park, M; Suk Han, D; Phuntsho, S; Park, H; Matsuyama, H; Kyong Shon, H
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
2019-10-15Understanding the organic micropollutants transport mechanisms in the fertilizer-drawn forward osmosis processKim, Y; Li, S; Phuntsho, S; Xie, M; Shon, HK; Ghaffour, N
2014-01-01Forward osmosis for the treatment of reverse osmosis concentrate from water reclamation: Process performance and fouling controlKazner, C; Jamil, S; Phuntsho, S; K. Shon, H; Wintgens, T; Vigneswaran, S
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