publication . Doctoral thesis . 1997

Membranes as separators of dispersed emulsion phases

Lefferts, A.G.;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 1997
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  • Country: Netherlands
<p>The reuse or discharge of industrial waste waters, containing small fractions of dispersed oil, requires a purification treatment for which membranes can be used. If only little oil is present, removal of the dispersed phase might be preferable to the more commonly applied removal of the continuous phase. For this purpose dispersed phase separators can be applied, which combine the features of conventional coalescers and membrane filtration. The membrane surface promotes coalescence (similar to a coalescer) but in the mean time the coalesced phase is separated and transferred in a continuous oil permeate phase.<p>In the present thesis the possibility to use s...
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