Characterization of fouling layers for in-line coagulation membrane fouling by apparent zeta potential
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- RSC Advances, 2015, 5 (128), pp. 106087 - 106093
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© The Royal Society of Chemistry. This study investigated the apparent zeta potential of fouled membranes for in-line coagulation membrane fouling monitoring in micro-polluted water treatment. Results show that the apparent zeta potentials are consistent with transmembrane pressures (TMPs) in both a direct filtration process and in-line coagulation ultrafiltration (C-UF). Furthermore, the curve between apparent zeta potential and filtration resistance of C-UF conformed to the form of the Michaelis-Menten equation. The changes of apparent zeta potential along with periodical backwashing were in accordance with the trend of TMP change. As a whole, apparent zeta potential could be a useful indicator for monitoring membrane fouling.
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