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Title: State of the art of osmotic membrane bioreactors for water reclamation
Authors: Fane, Anthony Gordon
Liu, Yu
Zhang, Jinsong
Lay, Winson Chee Loong
Cao, Bin
Yap, Wei Jie
Issue Date: 2012
Source: Yap, W. J., Zhang, J., Lay, W. C., Cao, B., Fane, A. G.,& Liu, Y. (2012). State of the art of osmotic membrane bioreactors for water reclamation. Bioresource Technology, 122, 217-222.
Series/Report no.: Bioresource technology
Abstract: In the last few years, extensive research has been dedicated to development of a novel osmotic membrane bioreactor (OMBR), which combines high-retention osmotic separation and biological reactions in a single vessel. Although promising results have been reported in the literature, some challenges associated with applications of OMBR remain unresolved at the present stage of development, including lack of a high performance forward osmosis (FO) membrane, identification of an ideal draw solute and effect of salt accumulation on biological activity. Therefore, this paper attempts to provide a comprehensive review of state of the art of OMBR for water and wastewater reclamation.
ISSN: 0960-8524
DOI: 10.1016/j.biortech.2012.03.060
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