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How to test membrane robustness regarding particles

Abstract : Thanks to the improvement in membrane resistance, low pressure membranes are now used for the treatment of complex water such as surface water, sea water and produced water in oil & gas applications, with or without pre-treatment. Consequently, the polymeric micro and ultrafiltration membranes are exposed to effluents increasingly concentrated in particles leading to abrasion and/or erosion risks. While membrane chemical and mechanical ageing have been widely studied, only few studies deal with abrasion of hollow fiber membranes (Lai et al. 2014). The objective of this study is to define a methodology to classify hollow fibre membranes according to their abrasion resistance.
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Angélique Fabre, Pauline Faure, Anne Bréhant, Yvan Wyart, Philippe Moulin. How to test membrane robustness regarding particles. Euromembrane 2018, Jul 2018, Valence, Spain. ⟨hal-02116740⟩



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