Preparation and characterzation of ceramic micro/ultra/nanofiltration membranes for separation processes and wastewater treatment
Kırkbaş, Öncel, author.

Preparation and characterzation of ceramic micro/ultra/nanofiltration membranes for separation processes and wastewater treatment

Kırkbaş, Öncel, author.

Yazar Ek Girişi
Kırkbaş, Öncel, author.

Fiziksel Tanımlama
xi, 78 leaves: color illustraltions.+ 1 computer laser optical disc.

The availability of fresh water is vital for life, sustainable growth and healthy ecosystems on earth. Increasing world population, a changing climate, intensive agricultural practices, economic growth and urbanization will undoubtedly continue to make the issue of water scarcity a global priority for years to come. The gap between the need and the supply of water globally is increasing steadily which necessitates significant measures to be taken towards conservation, and reuse of industrially, domestically and agriculturally used water. Textile industry is one of the leading industries in the use of fresh water and the generation of wastewaters. Technologies currently in use towards industrial and domestic water treatment like sedimentation, chemical coagulation, biological treatment etc. cannot produce reusable water but also generate significant amounts of solid waste. Membranes are now widely accepted to have the potential of supplying cost-effective solutions for water treatment and a growing range of purification and separation problems. The number and the pore structure design of the multiple selective layers on the inner surfaces of tubular α-alumina supports vary with the nature of the intended separation application. Although the nature of MF membranes is relatively well developed, current research is concentrated on the design of nanoporous phase structure in NF and UF selective layers. Selective micro/ultra/nanofiltration layers were formed on extruded tubular alumina supports by colloidal/sol-gel techniques. The performance of these selective layers were investigated by the experiments performed with textile wastewater. Permeates from ceramic tubular membranes were characterized by spectrophotometer. The suspended solids and color (Pt-Co) were reduced by 90% and 80%. respectively.

Konu Başlığı
Sewage -- Purification.
Membrane filters.

Yazar Ek Girişi
Çiftçioğlu, Muhsin

Tüzel Kişi Ek Girişi
İzmir Institute of Technology. Materials Science and Engineering.

Tek Biçim Eser Adı
Thesis (Master)--İzmir Institute of Technology: Materials Science and Engineering.
İzmir Institute of Technology: Materials Science and Engineering--Thesis (Master).

Elektronik Erişim
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