Desalination | VOL. 54
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Five years operating experience of a 800 cubic meters per day R.O. seawater desalination plant

Publication Date Jan 1, 1985

Abstract

Abstract A 800 m3/day R.O. seawater desalination test plant has been running since Sept. 1979 at Chigasaki. Performance results of both spiral wound modules, PEC-1000, and hollow fiber modules, Hollosep, for recent 5 years are summarized. From data of flux and salt rejection water (A) and salt (B) permeabilities were calculated by eliminated. The time change of relation between A and B gives interesting insight on the behavior of R.O. membranes.

Concepts

Seawater Desalination Plant Salt Rejection Water Hollow Fiber Modules Data Of Flux Seawater Desalination Spiral Fiber Salt Permeabilities Water Permeabilities Spiral Wound Modules Desalination Test

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