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7 (2009) v­vi

Contents

Volume 7

Issue 1

Treatment of ink wastewater via heterogeneous photocatalytic oxidation S.I. Abou-Elela and M.A. El-Khateeb (Cairo, Egypt) .......................................................................................................... 1 Electrochemical decolorization of the dye Acid orange 10 K.V. Radha, V. Sridevi, K. Kalaivani and M. Raj (Chennai, India) .................................................................................... 6 Properties of amino-functionalized silica membranes for the dehydration of water/ethanol mixtures S. Araki (Osaka and Suita), T. Satoh, H. Doi, H. Yano and Y. Miyake (Suita, Japan) ................................................... 12 Removal and recovery of Cr (III) with emulsion liquid membranes A.O. Acosta, C. Illanes and J. Marchese (San Luis, Argentina) ....................................................................................... 18 An experimental and modeling study of nanofiltration processes for mixed electrolyte solutions S.A. Avlonitis, D.A. Avlonitis, S. Skourtis and D. Vlachos (Psaxna, Greece) ................................................................ 25 Simulation of a solar still to investigate water depth and glass angle H.. Aybar and H. Assefi (Mersin, Turkey)........................................................................................................................ 35

Issues 2­3 Papers from the conference EuroMed 2008, Desalination for Clean Water and Energy Cooperation among Mediterranean Countries of Europe and the MENA Region 9­13 November 2008, King Hussein Bin Talal Convention Center, Dead Sea, Jordan

Preliminary studies of seawater desalination using forward osmosis S.C. Low (Singapore) ............................................................................................................................................................. 41 A wave energy driven RO stand-alone desalination system: initial design and testing D. Magagna and G. Muller (Highfield, UK) ...................................................................................................................... 47 Laboratory setup for water purification using household PV-driven reverse osmosis unit H. Qiblawey (Irbid, Jordan and Doha, Qatar), F. Banat and Q. Al-Nasser (Irbid, Jordan) ........................................ 53 A hybrid flotation­membrane process for wastewater treatment: an overview H. Al-Zoubi, S. Al-Thyabat and L. Al-Khatib (Ma'an, Jordan) ........................................................................................ 60 Optimization of wastewater desalination M. Priel, E. Gelman, P. Glueckstern, A. Balkwill, I. David and R. Arviv (Tel Aviv, Israel) ......................................... 71 Water supply development for a new 17.5 MGD (66,200 m3/d) brackish-water RO facility for the City of Hialeah, Florida T.M. Missimer, W.S. Manahan, R.G. Maliva, W. Guo (Fort Myers, FL), L. Furland and T. Champlin (Tampa, FL. USA)............................................................................................................................................ 78 Experimental investigation of scaling control by a non-phosphorous polymer: polyaspartic acid A. Martinod, A. Neville (Leeds, UK) and M. Euvrard (Besançon, France) ................................................................... 86 Improved approach to steady state simulation of multi-effect distillation plants A. Trostmann (Vienna, Austria)........................................................................................................................................... 93 Study of the vapour pressure of saturated salt solutions and their influence on evaporation rate at room temperature M.C. León-Hidalgo, J.M. Gozálvez-Zafrilla, J. Lora-García and J.M. Arnal-Arnal (Valencia, Spain) ..................... 111 Degradation of EDTA by in-situ electrogenerated active chlorine in an electroflotation cell A. Khelifa (Blida, Algeria), S. Aoudj (Algiers, Algeria), S. Moulay (Blida, Algeria), M. Hecini (Algiers, Algeria) and M. De Petris-Wery (Orsay. France) .......................................................................... 119 Integration of MED with captured CO2 flue gas compression I. Bolea, J. Uche and L.M. Romeo (Zaragoza, Spain) ...................................................................................................... 124 Polygeneration plants to supply energy and desalted water in hotels located at the Spanish coast C. Rubio (Michoacán, Mexico), J. Uche and A. Martínez (Zaragoza, Spain) .............................................................. 132

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Photovoltaic system for brackish water desalination by electrodialysis and electricity generation A.A. Bayod-Rújula and A. Martínez-Gracia (Zaragoza, Spain) .................................................................................... 142 Removal of As(V) from aqueous system using steel-making by-product C.-S. Jeon, T. Batjargal (Gyeongbuk), C.-I. Seo (Gyeongbuk and Incheon), J.-S. Yang (Gangneung) and K. Baek (Gyeongbuk, Korea) ...................................................................................................................................... 152 Cost savings by novel seawater reverse osmosis elements and design concepts V. Garcia Molina, M. Busch and P. Sehn (Rheinmünster, Germany)............................................................................ 160 Nanofiltration process for seawater desalination­salt production integrated system M. Turek and M. Chorewska (Gliwice, Poland) .......................................................................................................... 178 Adsorption of phenol and dye from aqueous solution using chemically modified date pits activated carbons M. Belhachemi, Z. Belala, D. Lahcene (Bechar) and F. Addoun (Algiers, Algeria) .................................................... 182 The influence of CO2 injection on the carbonate chemistry and scaling in multiple-effect distillers A.E. Al-Rawajfeh and M.N. Al-Amaireh (Tafila, Jordan)............................................................................................... 191 Ultrafiltration membrane cleaning with different chemical solutions after treating surface water J.M. Arnal, B. Garcia-Fayos, M. Sancho and G. Verdu (Valencia, Spain)..................................................................... 198 Engineering design of Skikda Seawater Desalination Plant T. Fanjul, A. Aparicio, V. Martín (Madrid), R. Segovia and J. Salas (Sevilla, Spain) .................................................. 206 Electrochemical treatment of metal working emulsions using Box-Behnken design M. Tir and N. Moulai-Mostefa (Medea, Algeria) ............................................................................................................ 214 Canary Islands Institute of Technology (ITC) experiences in desalination with renewable energies (1996­2008) V.J. Subiela, J.A. de la Fuente, G. Piernavieja and B. Peñate (Santa Lucía, Gran Canaria, Spain) ............................ 220 Removal of fluoride from photovoltaic wastewater by electrocoagulation and products characteristics N. Drouiche, H. Lounici, M. Drouiche, N. Mameri (Algiers, Algeria) and N. Ghaffour (Muscat, Oman)............. 236 Adsorption of dyes from aqueous solution onto activated carbons prepared from date pits: The effect of adsorbents pore size distribution N. Bouchemal and F. Addoun (Algiers, Algeria) ............................................................................................................ 242 Isolation of carotenes from palm oil mill effluent and its use as a source of carotenes A.L. Ahmad, C.Y. Chan, S.R. Abd Shukor, M.D. Mashitah and A.R. Sunarti (Pulau Pinang, Malaysia) ............... 251 Effect of the Joule heat-based WG-12 active carbon modification process on the sorption of Cr(III) J. Lach, L. Wolny, I. Zawieja and P. Wolski (Czstochowa, Poland) ............................................................................. 257 Brackish water desalination in RO­single pass EDR system M. Turek, J. Was and P. Dydo (Gliwice, Poland) ............................................................................................................. 263 Membrane fouling in a submerged membrane bioreactor treating high strength municipal wastewater A.H. Birima (Selangor, Malaysia), T.A. Mohammed, M.J. Megat Mohd Noor (Serdang, Malaysia), S.A. Muyibi (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia), A. Idris (Serdang, Malaysia), H. Nagaoka (Tokyo, Japan), J. Ahmed (Terengganu, Malaysia) and L.A. Abdul Ghani (Serdang, Malaysia) ........................................................ 267 The effects of SRT, OLR and feed temperature on the performance of membrane bioreactor treating high strength municipal wastewater A.H. Birima (Selangor, Malaysia), M.J. Megat Mohd Noor, T.A. Mohammed, A. Idris (Serdang, Malaysia), S.A. Muyibi (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia), H. Nagaoka (Tokyo, Japan), J. Ahmed (Trengganu, Malaysia) and L.A. Abdul Ghani (Serdang, Malaysia) .......................................................... 275 Solar-driven desalination with reverse osmosis: the state of the art A. Ghermandi and R. Messalem (Beer Sheva, Israel) ..................................................................................................... 285 Author Index................................................................................................................................................................................. 297

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