Problems in Design of Small Reverse Osmosis Water Purification Systemsby Robert P. Carnahan, Univ of South Florida, Tampa, FL, USA,
Abstract: Small reverse osmosis water purification systems may be defined as those systems which produce from 100 to 20,000 gallons of water per day. This paper identifies some of the common problem areas in the design of these small reverse osmosis systems and discuss possible means for minimizing them.
Subject Headings: Water treatment | Osmosis | Hydraulic design | Equipment and machinery
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