Membrane Bioreactors, MOP 36, 2nd Edition

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This resource presents the best practices for the use of membrane bioreactors for wastewater treatment. The book begins with an overview of membrane and biological process fundamentals, followed by coverage of membrane bioreactor system integrated process design. The chapters discuss the physical design of features unique to membrane bioreactors and the procurement of membrane equipment. This authoritative manual also covers the operation of properly designed membrane bioreactor facilities.

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Table of Contents  

  • Chapter 1: Introduction
  • Chapter 2: Membrane System Fundamentals
  • Chapter 3 Biological Process Fundamentals
  • Chapter 4 Membrane Bioreactor Process Design
  • Chapter 5 Membrane Bioreactor Facility Design
  • Chapter 6 Membrane Bioreactor Membrane Equipment Procurement
  • Chapter 7 Membrane Bioreactor Operation

 

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