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2014-01-01Long-term effect on membrane fouling in a new membrane bioreactor as a pretreatment to seawater desalinationJeong, S; Rice, SA; Vigneswaran, S
2018-04-01Fouling development in direct contact membrane distillation: Non-invasive monitoring and destructive analysisFortunato, L; Jang, Y; Lee, JG; Jeong, S; Lee, S; Leiknes, TO; Ghaffour, N
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
2019-11-01Real-time monitoring of the membrane biofouling based on spectroscopic analysis in a marine MBBR-MBR (moving bed biofilm reactor-membrane bioreactor) for saline wastewater treatmentYu, Z; Li, W; Tan, S
2014-06-15Membrane scaling and flux decline during fertiliser-drawn forward osmosis desalination of brackish groundwaterPhuntsho, S; Lotfi, F; Hong, S; Shaffer, DL; Elimelech, M; Shon, HK
2012-06-20Optimization of antibiotic analysis in water by solid-phase extraction and high performance liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry/mass spectrometryZhou, JL; Maskaoui, K; Lufadeju, A
2017-09-01Potential impact of salinity on methane production from food waste anaerobic digestionZhao, J; Liu, Y; Wang, D; Chen, F; Li, X; Zeng, G; Yang, Q
2019-11-01Understanding the mechanisms of trace organic contaminant removal by high retention membrane bioreactors: a critical reviewAsif, MB; Ansari, AJ; Chen, SS; Nghiem, LD; Price, WE; Hai, FI
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
2015-12-05A new class of draw solutions for minimizing reverse salt flux to improve forward osmosis desalinationNguyen, HT; Nguyen, NC; Chen, SS; Ngo, HH; Guo, W; Li, CW
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