Date: April 11–12 and April 15–18, 2024, 16-19 h (CET) Place: Online
The course aims to deliver practical information on the development of treatment process of membrane filtration and RO desalination systems, evaluation of process economics, membrane systems design, operation and maintenance. The course is for engineers and water treatment professionals involved with process development and design and operation of membrane plants and water professionals, who evaluate feasibility and economics of future water treatment projects.
Topics include practical information about performance and operating conditions of reverse osmosis and nanofiltration technology for brackish and seawater desalination and wastewater reclamation.
The program includes :
• Introduction to membrane technology
• Description of commercial membrane elements, illustration of the membrane system design process and overview of systems operation
• Calculations of the investment and operating cost of membrane plants, based on design (cases illustrated).
• Modern microfiltration and ultrafiltration technology applied for treatment of potable water and as a pretreatment of feed water for RO systems.