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Characteristics of the Sinusoidal Flux Continuous Operation Mode for the Submerged Flat-sheet Membrane Module in Cutting Oil Solution
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  • Journal title : Korean Chemical Engineering Research
  • Volume 53, Issue 5,  2015, pp.646-652
  • Publisher : The Korean Institute of Chemical Engineers
  • DOI : 10.9713/kcer.2015.53.5.646
 Title & Authors
Characteristics of the Sinusoidal Flux Continuous Operation Mode for the Submerged Flat-sheet Membrane Module in Cutting Oil Solution
Won, In Hye; Chung, Kun Yong;
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 Abstract
In this study transmembrane pressure (TMP) was measured with respect to permeate flux through the submerged flat sheet membrane for the emulsion and semi-synthetic cutting oil solutions. The effective area and nominal pore size of the used microfiltration membrane were and , respectively. The experiments were carried out simultaneously for run/stop (R/S) and sinusoidal flux continuous operation (SFCO) modes using two submerged membrane module in the reservoir. TMP for the case of SFCO was maintained under 60% of R/S, and the effect on TMP drop decreased as the permeate flux increased for emulsion cutting oil solution. Membrane fouling for the semisynthetic solution showing low turbidity was induced lower comparing to the emulsion solution. Also, the effect on TMP drop for SFCO decreased during long-term operation.
 Keywords
Cutting Oil;Flat Membrane;Submerged Module;Sinusoidal Permeate Flux;TMP;Membrane Fouling;
 Language
Korean
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