Feed spacers are an essential part of spiral-wound reverse osmosis (RO) and nanofiltration (NF) membrane modules. Geometric modification of feed spacers is a potential option to reduce the impact of biofouling on the performance of membrane systems. The objective of this study was to evaluate the biofouling potential of two commercially available reference feed spacers and four modified feed spacers. The spacers were compared on hydraulic characterization and in biofouling studies with membrane fouling simulators (MFSs). The virgin feed spacer was characterized hydraulically by their resistance, measured in terms of feed channel pressure drop, performed by operating MFSs at varying feed water flow rates. Short-term (9 days) biofouling studies were carried out with nutrient dosage to the MFS feed water to accelerate the biofouling rate. Long-term (96 days) biofouling studies were done without nutrient dosage to the MFS feed water. Feed channel pressure drop was monitored and accumulation of ...
Governments and industry spend more than US$5.7 billion annually to prevent and control marine biofouling.[10] Biofouling occurs everywhere but is most significant economically to the shipping industries, since fouling on a ships hull significantly increases drag, reducing the overall hydrodynamic performance of the vessel, and increases the fuel consumption.[11]. Biofouling is also found in almost all circumstances where water-based liquids are in contact with other materials. Industrially important impacts are on the maintenance of mariculture, membrane systems (e.g., membrane bioreactors and reverse osmosis spiral wound membranes) and cooling water cycles of large industrial equipment and power stations. Biofouling can occur in oil pipelines carrying oils with entrained water, especially those carrying used oils, cutting oils, oils rendered water-soluble through emulsification, and hydraulic oils. Other mechanisms impacted by biofouling include microelectrochemical drug delivery devices, ...
Control of biofouling on seawater reverse osmosis (SWRO) membranes is a major challenge as treatments can be expensive, damage the membrane material and often biocides do not remove the polymers in which bacteria are embedded. Biological control has been largely ignored for biofouling control. The objective of this study was to demonstrate the effectiveness of xanthine oxidase enzyme against complex fouling communities and then identify naturally occurring bacterial strains that produce the free radical generating enzyme. Initially, 64 bacterial strains were isolated from different locations of the Perth Seawater Desalination Plant. In our preceding study, 25/64 isolates were selected from the culture collection as models for biofouling studies, based on their prevalence in comparison to the genomic bacterial community. In this study, screening of these model strains was performed using a nitroblue tetrazolium assay in the presence of hypoxanthine as substrate. Enzyme activity was measured by ...
Bacteria regulate specific group behaviors such as biofilm formation in response to population density using small signal molecules called autoinducers (quorum sensing, QS). In this study, the concept of bacterial QS was applied to membrane bioreactors (MBRs) for advanced wastewater treatment as a new biofouling control paradigm. The research was conducted in three phases: (1) demonstrate the presence of the autoinducer signal in MBRs, (2) correlate QS activity and membrane biofouling, (3) apply QS-based membrane biofouling control. A bioassay with Agrobacterium tumefaciens reporter strain proved that N-acyl homoserine lactone (AHL) autoinducers were produced in the MBR. Furthermore, thinlayer chromatographic analysis identified at least three different AHLs in the biocake, of which N-octanoyl-homoserine lactone was the most abundant. During continuous MBR operation, the biocakeshowedstrongAHLactivity simultaneously with abrupt increase in the transmembrane pressure, which implies that QS is in ...
TY - JOUR. T1 - Recent advances in mitigating membrane biofouling using carbon-based materials. AU - Wu, Yichao. AU - Xia, Yinfeng. AU - Jing, Xinxin. AU - Cai, Peng. AU - Igalavithana, Avanthi Deshani. AU - Tang, Chuyang. AU - Tsang, Daniel C.W.. AU - Ok, Yong Sik. PY - 2020/1/15. Y1 - 2020/1/15. N2 - Biofouling is the Achilles Heel of membrane processes. The accumulation of organic foulants and growth of microorganisms on the membrane surface reduce the permeability, shorten the membrane life, and increase the energy consumption. Advancements in novel carbon-based materials (CBMs) present significant opportunities in mitigating biofouling of membrane processes. This article provides a comprehensive review of the recent progress in the application of CBMs in antibiofouling membrane. It starts with a detailed summary of the different antibiofouling mechanisms of CBM-containing membrane systems. Next, developments in membrane modification using CBMs, especially carbon nanotubes and graphene ...
0036] According to another embodiment, spinosyns may be included in a conventional paint composition as the sole antifouling agent, or added in combination with other microbicides, antifouling agents, fungicides, herbicides, insecticides, antibiotics, non toxic antifoulants, and natural products or extracts to produce an additive or synergistic effect on attachment of biofouling organisms. Suitable microbicides which may be added in combination with the spinosyn of the present invention include, but are not limited to: 5-chloro-2-methyl-3-isothiazolone; 2-methyl-3-isothiazolone; 2-n-octyl-3-isothiazolone; 4,5-dichloro-2-n-octyl-3-isothiazolone; 3-iodo-2-propynyl butyl carbamate; 1,2-dibromo-2,4-dicyanobutane; methylene-bis-thiocyanate; 2-thiocyanomethylthiobenzothiazole; tetrachloroisophthalonitrile; 5-bromo-5-nitro-1,3-dioxane; 2-bromo-2-nitopropanediol; 2,2-dibromo-3-nitrilopropionamide; N,N-dimethylhydroxyl-5,5-dimethylhydantoin; bromochlorodimethylhydantoin; 1,2-benzisothiazolin-3-one; ...
Marine biofouling poses a severe threat to maritime and aquaculture industries. To prevent the attachment of marine biofouling organisms on man-made structures, countless cost and effort were spent annually. In particular, most attention has been paid on the development of efficient and environmentally friendly fouling-resistant coatings, as well as larval settlement mechanism of several major biofouling invertebrates. In this study, polydimethylsiloxane (PDMS) micropost arrays were utilized as the settlement substrata and opposite tractions were identified during early settlement of the barnacle Amphibalanus amphitrite and the bryozoan Bugula neritina. The settling A. amphitrite pushed the periphery microposts with an average traction force of 376.2 nN, while settling B. neritina pulled the periphery microposts with an average traction force of 205.9 nN. These micropost displacements are consistent with the body expansion of A. amphitrite during early post-settlement metamorphosis stage and ...
This paper aims to introduce one of the latest investigations on development of marine antifouling coatings and also to demonstrate the importance of the type of antifouling coatings on fouling accumulation and ship resistance/powering. First, marine biofouling and fouling prevention methods are reviewed. A recent research study (EU FP7 FOUL-X-SPEL Project) concerning a novel and environmentally friendly antifouling coating is presented and discussed. Next, a case study is carried out to assess the effect of fouling on ship resistance and powering. A vessel is selected and the roughness on the hull surface induced by different level of fouling is considered. The increase in frictional resistance and effective power is evaluated for each particular case by using boundary layer similarity law analysis and experimental data. The results emphasise that the type of antifouling coatings has a great importance on the amount of fouling accumulation, hence on ship performance especially in low ...
0023] An innovative method has been developed for the prevention and control of biofouling on an object that is immersed or partially immersed in a water environment in which there are one or more organic or inorganic compounds capable of releasing gas, comprising the step of applying to the surface of said object a composition comprising a polymeric resin and one or more enzymes or a paint and/or coating containing one or more enzymes, wherein the one or more enzymes are adapted to catalyze a reaction of said one or more compounds that lead to the formation of gas. The immersed or partially immersed object can be static or non-static, including any kind of floating object moved by an engine or other types of propulsion, such as for example, a sail, pedals, oars. The water environment can be of different nature, for example marine, lake or river environments. This eco-compatible product is based on the use of formulations containing enzymes, which have characteristics that have a low ...
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20150210 BiAqua B.V. - Mrs. Sandie Chauveau - "Biofouling of membrane systems by phosphate limitation" The start-up BiAqua developed a novel approach (invented by TUD) of combating bio-fouling by selective phosphate removal from the feed water, which stops the growth of micro-organisms. Phosphate is adsorbed to below 1 μg/l on a bio-degradable adsorbens, containing iron with good affinity to phosphate.. The adsorbens in a normal sand-filter or IX housing is operated as such and can be regenerated multiple times with caustic. Pilot on drinking water and secondary wastewater treatment effluent proved effective and stable, resulting in constant low pressure drop over RO modules that otherwise exhibited severe bio-fouling.. Applications in surface water, horticulture, cooling towers are developed with partners. Outlook for 2015 is demo scale. www.biaqua.nl. ...
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Article Case study - Biofouling in cooling basin. Al Futtaim Cooling district plant incorporated the LG Sonic technology into their chemical treatment program to reduce the biocide consumption in the cooling towers and improve the water quality.The C...
MiniCD4 protein resistance mutations affect binding to the HIV-1 gp120 CD4 binding site and decrease entry efficiency : Binding of the viral envelope protein (Env), and particularly of its gp120 subunit, to the cellular CD4 receptor is the first essential step of the HIV-1 entry process. The CD4 binding site (CD4bs) of gp120, and especially a recessed cavity occupied by the CD4 Phe43 residue, are known to be highly conserved among the different circulating subtypes and therefore constitute particularly interesting
Marine biofouling refers to the undesirable accumulation of living organisms including microorganisms, seaweeds, and animals on submerged surfaces (Callow and Callow, 2002). Among which, fouling invertebrates cause major damage to ship hulls and propulsors, block mariculture cages and water pipes, increase fuel consumption of marine transport, and therefore are one of the most serious problems of maritime and aquaculture industries (Yebra et al., 2004; Schultz et al., 2011; Clare, 1995). For instance, US navy vessels spend 180 to 260 million US dollars annually to control and prevent biofouling (Schultz et al., 2011). Historically, a variety of physical and chemical antifouling methods have been implemented (Qian et al., 2013). In particular, the most commonly employed practice is to coat submerged surfaces with biocidal paints, such as organotin, tributyltin (TBT), Irgarol 1051 and Sea-Nine 211 (Qian et al., 2013). Due to the threat to the marine environment revealed after a long-term ...
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In 2006, the Pacific Institute published "Desalination, With a Grain of Salt," a comprehensive overview of the advantages and disadvantages of seawater desalination to help meet Californias water needs. In 2012, the Institute launched a series of research reports identifying the key outstanding issues for desalination in California: cost and financing; energy use and associated greenhouse gas emissions; and marine impacts. That year, the Institute also released this white paper, which provides an overview on the proposed seawater desalination plants in the state. Maps are provided, along with the locations and details about Californias existing and proposed seawater desalination facilities. Interest in seawater desalination remains high in California. This white paper was updated in 2016.. ...
Biofouling remains a key challenge for membrane based water treatment systems. This study investigated the dispersal potential of the nitric oxide (NO) donor compound, PROLI NONOate, on single species biofilms formed by bacteria isolated from industrial membrane bioreactor and reverse osmosis (RO) membranes, as well as on mixed species biofilms. The potential of PROLI NONOate to control RO membrane biofouling was also examined. Confocal microscopy revealed that different bacteria responded differently to PROLI NONOate exposure. However, the addition of NO induced dispersal in all but two of the bacteria tested and successfully reduced mixed species biofilms. The addition of 40 µM PROLI NONOate at 24 h intervals to a laboratory-scale RO system led to a 92% reduction in the rate of biofouling (pressure rise over a given period) by a bacterial community cultured from an industrial RO membrane. Confocal microscopy and EPS extraction revealed that PROLI NONOate treatment led to a 48% reduction in ...
In 1708, Charles Perry suggested copper sheathing explicitly as an anti-fouling device but the first experiments were not made until 1761 with the sheathing of HMS Alarm, after which the bottoms and sides of several ships keels and false keels were sheathed with copper plates.[25]. The copper performed well in protecting the hull from invasion by worm, and in preventing the growth of weed, for when in contact with water, the copper produced a poisonous film, composed mainly of oxychloride, that deterred these marine creatures. Furthermore, as this film was slightly soluble it gradually washed away, leaving no way for marine life to attach themselves to the ship.[citation needed] From about 1770, the Royal Navy set about coppering the bottoms of the entire fleet and continued to the end of the use of wooden ships. The process was so successful that the term copper-bottomed came to mean something that was highly dependable or risk free.. With the rise of iron hulls in the 19th century, copper ...
Bacterial surface fouling is problematic for a wide range of applications and industries, including, but not limited to medical devices (implants, replacement joints, stents, pacemakers), municipal infrastructure (pipes, wastewater treatment), food production (food processing surfaces, processing equipment), and transportation (ship hulls, aircraft fuel tanks). One method to combat bacterial biofouling is to modify the topographical structure of the surface in question, thereby limiting the ability of individual cells to attach to the surface, colonize, and form biofilms. Multiple research groups have demonstrated that micro and nanoscale topographies significantly reduce bacterial biofouling, for both individual cells and bacterial biofilms. Antifouling strategies that utilize engineered topographical surface features with well-defined dimensions and shapes have demonstrated a greater degree of controllable inhibition over initial cell attachment, in comparison to undefined, texturized, or porous
Tony is a marine chemical ecologist by training with a special interest in biology at the surface water interface. After PhD studies at Menai Bridge under the supervision of Dr Graham Walker and the late Prof Denis Crisp CBE, FRS, Tony did a short postdoc before moving to the NERC Rocky Shore Surveillance Group here at Newcastle (Director Prof Bob Clark; 1983-88). Tony worked at Duke University for 5 years (1988-93), initially as a postdoc in Prof John Costlows lab, before joining the Faculty as Research Assistant Professor. Tony returned to the UK in 1993 for a Fellowship at the Marine Biological Association, Plymouth to pursue research on marine invertebrate larval settlement. During his time there he served as Scientific Co-ordinator for the NERC Marine Biofouling Thematic Programme. Tony was appointed to a Lectureship at Newcastle in 1998 and transferred from Plymouth in 1999. He was promoted to Reader in 2001 and to a Personal Chair in 2003.. ...
أصبحت قضية الحصول على الماء قضية ذات إهتمام بالغ خصوصا مع إزدياد الطلب عليها.تمثل تحلية ماء البحار أحد مصادر المياه الواعدة وبالأخص تحليتها عن طريق التناضح العكسي الذي يمكن من جعل هذه المياه صالحة للإستخدام البشري. وعلى الرغم من أنها من أنجع الحلول من أجل الحصول على مياه نقية إلا أن إستخدام هذه التقنية دائما مايرتبط بعوامل تحد من إستخدامه ومن أبرز هذه العوامل هو سماحها للبكتيريا بأن تبني مستعمرات على أسطحها مما يؤدي إلى إنسداد المسامات وتغيير كثير من خصائص النفاذية التي تمتلكها هذه الأغشية. هذه الدراسة تركز بشكل عميق من أجل تحسين أسطح أغشية النتاضح ...
본 과제는 미생물학, 미세유체역학, 환경공학이라는 세 연구 분야를 융합하여 산업용 여과막에 형성되는 biofilm이나 biofouling을 포식 미생물 (Bacterial Predator)을 이용하여 저감시키는 기술을 개발하는 것이다. 이를 위해서는 P. starrii와 B. bacteriovorus 등의 Bdellovibrio-and-like-organisms (BALOs)과 같은 포식 미생물의 성장, 번식, 피포식 성향 등을 이해해야 한다. 이를 위해 1) 여러 BALO 균주의 포식 환경의 영향, 피포식 미생물에 대한 포식 선호도나, Chemotaxis를 마이크로풀루이딕 디바이스를 이용하여 빠른 시간 내에 알아내고, 2) 산업용 여과막에 형성되는 바이오 필름이나 biofouling을 BALO를 이용하여 친환경적, 효과적으로 제거하여, 3) 산업용 여과막의 성능을 장기간 지속되게 하고 수명을 연장시키며, 4) 고가의 유해한 화학약품을 이용한 분리막 정화 처리 방법을 훨씬 ...
A research breakthrough in the study of membranes may improve reverse osmosis (RO) processes and improve water filtration and purification.
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How Seawater Desalination Works ? : Desalination is a process that removes minerals from saline water. More generally, desalination refers to the removal of salts and minerals from a target substance, as in soil desalination, which is an issue for agriculture.
There are a number of desalination technologies, and if it is not done properly, the seawater intake process can unnecessarily kill marine life. Desalination also produces a highly concentrated brine discharge that degrades water quality and marine life habitat if not properly diluted. …. There are numerous ocean desalination facilities being proposed in California, all in various stages of planning or permitting. Many of the proposed facilities have not been designed to minimize degradation to marine habitats and water quality, nor are the proposals being thoroughly evaluated by any government agency for their cumulative impacts statewide. The California State Water Resources Control Board is currently in the process of collecting scientific data on the adverse impacts of ocean desalination, and how best to minimize those impacts. But some proposals are moving forward without having adopted the recommendations of the science community - Poseidons project proposal is the worst offender. ...
TY - GEN. T1 - Effect of silica particle size in cellulose membrane for desalination process. AU - Nurkhamidah, Siti. AU - Rahmawati, Yeni. AU - Taufany, Fadlilatul. AU - Merta, I. Made Pendi Adi. AU - Putra, Deffry Danius Dwi. AU - Woo, Eamor. PY - 2015/12/29. Y1 - 2015/12/29. N2 - Development of desalination technologies is very important for fulfilling future water demand. The objective of this research is to synthesis membrane for desalination process from cellulose acetate (CA) by blending with polyethylene glycol (PEG) and silica resulting CA/PEG/Silica composite membrane. In this study, the synthesis and characterization of composite membrane is attempt where membrane performance is investigated for reverse osmosis desalination of saline water. CA/PEG membrane with ratio 80/20 (wt%) was modified with three different particle sizes of silica: 0.007, 0.02, and 60 μm. Composite membranes were characterized for their hydrophilicity, functional groups and permeation properties. The experiment ...
GWADAR: A desalination plant installed at the Gwadar port by China Oversees Port Holding Co-m-p--a-ny was inaugurated on Monday by federal Minister for Ports and Shipping Mir Hasil Khan Bizenjo. The plant will supply drinking water to Gwadar.. The newly-installed desalination plant with the capacity of producing 254,000 gallons of clean drinking water had been completed by the Chinese firm in record time.. Senator Bizenjo, who is also president of the National Party, said that 2018 would prove to be a good beginning for the people of Gwadar as they would witness massive development in Balochistan under the China-Pakistan Econo-mic Corridor (CPEC).. He said the functioning of the desalination plant would red-uce to some extent the shortage of drinking water in the city.. People of Gwadar had been facing water shortage for the last many months and now they would get clean drinking water, he said.. "The desalination plant is a true reflection of CPEC and Pakistan-China friendship and a gift for the ...
All desalination methods which are currently used have limitations. A newly designed instrument by Zare A.M. was tested and compared with currently used method in Razi Vaccine and Serum Research Institute(RVSRI). Samples of anti snake venom for desalination was provided by department of anti-serum, RVSRI. Parameters included in this study were time and water consumption during desalination process. PH, conductivity, Total protein, potency and dry weight of samples. Results reveals that complete desalination process by our newly designed instrument consumes only 4.30 hours and 80 litters of purified water as compared to currently used method of dialysis bag with average of 120 hours of time and 1920 litters of purified water(P
I see where it COULD work. After all, if you put enough vibration energy of the right frequency into the system and you WILL break open cell walls. The real world might or might not agree...
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antifouling: Counteracting or preventing the building up of deposits on underwater surfaces, such as the undersides of boats: antifouling paint.
With water fast becoming a hot commodity, especially in drought-prone regions with burgeoning populations, an obvious solution is to take the salt out of seawater. Desalination technology has been around for thousands of years, after all. Even Aristotle worked on the problem. Tantalizing as desalinated water might sound, the energy costs have made it rather unpalatable. "Until recently, seawater desalination was a very expensive water source solution," said Gary Crisp, an engineer for the Water Corporation of Western Australia. Drinking seawater straight is a bad idea because your body must expel the salt by urinating more water than it actually gains. Seawater contains roughly 130 grams of salt per gallon. Desalination can reduce salt levels to below 2 grams per gallon, which is the limit for safe human consumption. Currently, between 10 and 13 billion gallons of water are desalinated worldwide per day. Thats only about 0.2 percent of global water consumption, but the number is increasing. ...
With water fast becoming a hot commodity, especially in drought-prone regions with burgeoning populations, an obvious solution is to take the salt out of seawater. Desalination technology has been around for thousands of years, after all. Even Aristotle worked on the problem. Tantalizing as desalinated water might sound, the energy costs have made it rather unpalatable. "Until recently, seawater desalination was a very expensive water source solution," said Gary Crisp, an engineer for the Water Corporation of Western Australia. Drinking seawater straight is a bad idea because your body must expel the salt by urinating more water than it actually gains. Seawater contains roughly 130 grams of salt per gallon. Desalination can reduce salt levels to below 2 grams per gallon, which is the limit for safe human consumption. Currently, between 10 and 13 billion gallons of water are desalinated worldwide per day. Thats only about 0.2 percent of global water consumption, but the number is increasing. ...
TY - JOUR. T1 - Modelling the effects of nanofiltration membrane properties on system cost assessment for desalination applications. AU - Mohammad, A. W.. AU - Hilal, N.. AU - Al-Zoubib, H.. AU - Darwish, N. A.. AU - Ali, N.. PY - 2007/2/5. Y1 - 2007/2/5. N2 - Nanofiltration (NF) membranes have been successfully used in various applications in water and wastewater treatment as well as other industries. In desalination plants, NF membranes were found to be suitable for pre-treatment application prior to the desalination process. In general NF membranes can be characterized in terms ofthe effective pore radius (rp), effective charge density (Xd) and permeability (Pm). NF membranes available in the market show a wide range of these properties and thus this variation affects the membrane performance significantly. Through a predictive model such as the Donnan-Steric-Pore-Dielectric-Exclusion (DSPM-DE) model, the performance of NF membranes can be predicted in terms of the solute rejections, fluxes ...
Due to the increasing demand for clean and potable water stemming from population growth and exacerbated by the scarcity of fresh water resources, more attention has been drawn to innovative methods for water desalination. Capacitive deionization (CDI) is a low maintenance and energy efficient technique for desalinating brackish water, which employs an electrical field to adsorb ions into a high-porous media. After the saturation of the porous electrodes, their adsorption capacity can be restored through a regeneration process. Herein, based on a physical model previously developed, we conjecture that for a given amount of time and volume of water, multiple desalination cycles in a high flow rate regime will outperform desalinating in a single cycle at a low flow rate. Moreover, splitting a CDI unit into two subunits, with the same total length, will lead to higher desalination. Based on these premises, we introduce a new approach aimed at enhancing the overall performance of CDI. An array of ...
Capacitive desalination (CD) is a promising desalination technique as, relative to reverse osmosis (RO), it requires no membrane components, can operate at low (sub-osmotic) pressures, and can potentially utilize less energy for brackish water desalination. In a typical CD cell, the feed water flows through
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Completed some three months ahead of schedule, Singapores first desalination plant - the largest of its kind in Asia - ranks among the most energy efficient ever constructed, enabling it to achieve the lowest desalinated seawater price in the world. Opened in September 2005, within its first year of operation the plant has won a distinction in the 2006 Global Water Awards and two of the companies involved have gained industry honours for their work on the project.. At 110,000m3/day, the Tuas seawater reverse osmosis (SWRO) plant has sufficient capacity to meet around 10% of the national demand - and at a price which challenges the notion that desalination is a high-cost option. Based on a pre-defined formula, the water sale price varies monthly with prevailing fuel cost and annually with inflation. The initial tender figure was $0.78/m3 for 2005; in practice the plants efficiency has meant that the actual first year selling price approaches half that. The project cost was S$200m and project ...
The Americas largest seawater desalination plant in Carlsbad, Calif., will help determine the future of seawater desalination in the US.
Increasing salinity in a groundwater source for desalination in North Carolina has been traced to fossil seawater, not recent seawater intrusion, as had been feared. - Water. desalination + reuse news centre